|June 27, 2012
For over two and a half years, the global Elite have been negotiating an agreement that would define the global corporate police state in remarkable detail. The purpose of the agreement is to implement corporate dominance over not only our Constitutional Republic, but other sovereign nations.
The inception of over-reaching international laws, rules and regulations which benefit the technocratic takeover of any federal, state or local laws in any town, city, state, or nation.
The agreement encompasses over 20 areas of corporate activity, such as:
• Intellectual property
• Industrial relations
The buzz term “free trade” aligns this agreement in the reality of conceptualizing corporate privileges and rights while simultaneously restricting those in place for governments and individuals.
Ron Kirk, US Trade Representative (USTR) describes the TPP as a “living agreement” that allows for the changes in “trade issues emerge in the future as well as new issues that arise with the expansion of the agreement to include new countries.”
Contextually speaking the recent development of draconian legislation that has graced the floor of the Congress and passed onto being signed into law by President Barack Obama, has painted a clear picture.
Corporate global governance with an army of police and law enforcement officials that stonewall rebellion and assist in the transition from our once free society to a nightmare Orwell once imagined.
All modes of facilitation of freedom are being reworked to serve the trans-national corporation, international governances and the global Elite.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is the brainchild of the United Nations, as it clearly resembles other globalist “free trade” agreements.
As defined in TPP, recognizable courts will be replaced by a UN style three attorney tribunal where conflict of interest does not preclude participation. Nations could be dragged into this tribunal with the use of taxpayer money. Multi-national corporations will use these re-appropriated funds to cover costs for adherence to environmental regulations. These regulations will be UN mandates as defined by their Agenda 21 Sustainable Development scheme which transforms local governments into empty fronts for the global Elite.
The banking cartels would have free reign to continue their derivatives bets without the threat of government regulation. The tribunal would burden governments with proving unequivocally that the technocrats were intentionally thwarting the global and national financial markets. Without that, they would have no governing authority or legal recourse.
In anticipation of these new regulations and tribunals, corporations have received over $350 million for zoning laws, toxic bans, logging regulations and other rules.
This international tribunal of multi-national corporations mandate binding arbitration that overrides the rulings of the US Supreme Court. Essentially, the individual’s right to legal recourse against the actions of any corporation will be rescinded under this private corporate judicial system.
International tribunals governing over corporate actions and required arbitration where the monetary responsibility falls to the taxpayers facilitates not only a conflict of interest but severely restricts the ability to appeal the tribunal’s decision.
Within the TPP, tribunals are defined as having authority over corporate trade and cash sanctions; that are transferred tax-money into the off shore accounts of multi-national corporations.
Under TPP, corporations have unilateral rights that become encompassing not only within the international laws, but regulate national sovereignty by constant threat of taking a country to tribunal “court” and charge the accused nation the costs of the bending arbitration. When an independent nation is leery of approving legislation because the international community and multi-national corporations can file lawsuits on a whim, the foundation of a global corporatocracy has been laid.
According to Lori Wallach, director of Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch : “These agreements are a little bit like Dracula. You drag them in the sunshine, and they do not fare well. But all of us, and also across all of the countries involved, there are citizen movements that are basically saying that this is not in our name. We don’t need global enforceable corporate rights. We need more democracy. We need more accountability.”
Senator Ron Wyden, chairman of the Senate Trade Committee (STC), has voiced his concerns about the secrecy of the negotiations surrounding the TPP.
Wyden lacks proper security clearance to “documents, including classified materials, relating to negotiations for a trade agreement to which the United States may be a party and policies advanced by the Trade Representative in such negotiations.”
Because Wyden was repeatedly denied access to the TPP documents, he introduced legislation to force the Obama administration to release information on the TPP to the STC.
House Representative Darrell Issa has publicly called out Obama’s suspect demands for total secrecy involving TPP.
Kirk calls the TPP “an ambitious, next-generation . . . agreement that reflect US priorities and values.” However, perhaps he is referencing the corporatocracy that America is being transformed into. Under that new rule, the TPP surely does represent the future of American values and priorities.