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Republican Billionaires Support Hillary Even Though Trump's Tax plan Favors the Rich?

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It's because the Elite see more money and control in multi-national profits from the mammoth secret trade deals Hillary will push like the TTIP. It's no secret NAFTA sent jobs away form the US and put MILLIONS of Americans out of work. The TTIP is NAFTA on steroids. It would prevent nations from passing laws to regulate and tax multi-nationals, and allow Multi-nationals to sue any government that signed on to the deal.It is so secret we don't even have a complete copy of it, so not even congress people know what's in it. Trump knows this is the destruction of the US as a free country, and he opposes these trade deals unless they benefit American workers and companies.  It essentially does an end run around nations to set up a super national power run by multi-national companies:


http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2016/10/05/why-are-billionaires-backing-hillary-and-icing-trump.html

If the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement will, if implemented it will result in the death of national and state sovereignty, constitutional separation of powers, and democracy, then what system and what principles will replace these things? Eric Zuesse answers that it will be Fascism. And implicitly, that we are going through an evolution from representative democracy to fascism and that trade deals like the TPP, the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), and the Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA) mediate the transfer “. . . of democratic national sovereignty to international fascist bodies that represent global corporate management. . . . ”

https://proactvoice.wordpress.com/2015/04/27/whats-obama-up-to-with-his-tpp-and-ttip-by-eric-zuesse/

http://neweconomicperspectives.org/2015/05/tpp-the-fascism-issue.html

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NAFTA, CAFTA, GATT and many others have chipped away at the sovereignty of nations, replacing country's rule of law with tribunals.  If TPP goes through, it will relegate the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights to go sit in the corner, seldom heard from again.  Same with other nations and their rule of law.  The last I head about it, is it has little support now.  But with all things terrible, when there is too much backlash, they get quiet, pretend it's dead, then resurrect it with a sudden passage into law or rename it to try and fool people into thinking it's something else, always benign.  Government has been getting away with that method for far too long.  Another thing they do is attach law to unrelated bills and slip them through in the wee hours when no one is paying attention.  

I wonder if there is a war clause in these documents that no one knows about. 

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24 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

NAFTA, CAFTA, GATT and many others have chipped away at the sovereignty of nations, replacing country's rule of law with tribunals.  If TPP goes through, it will relegate the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights to go sit in the corner, seldom heard from again.  Same with other nations and their rule of law.  The last I head about it, is it has little support now.  But with all things terrible, when there is too much backlash, they get quiet, pretend it's dead, then resurrect it with a sudden passage into law or rename it to try and fool people into thinking it's something else, always benign.  Government has been getting away with that method for far too long.  Another thing they do is attach law to unrelated bills and slip them through in the wee hours when no one is paying attention.  

I wonder if there is a war clause in these documents that no one knows about. 

It's a war alright.

Elitist, globalization on an epic scale.

 

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