By Marielena Montesino de Stuart
The U.S. as a permeable membrane
The new Socialist Chilean President, Michelle Bachelet (whom President Obama has referred to as his “second favorite Michelle”) seems to have felt right at home in Obama’s White House, during today’s visit.
And guess what?
The TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) discussion came up. Yes, the TPP– that monster that has been quietly growing like a virus in the bowels of various socialist governments, whose leaders love words that begin with “trans”– as a way of trans-nationally undermining the United States.
This TPP treaty is being viewed as a threat to our already weakened manufacturing base, our ability to oversee food safety, our oversight of copyright laws, etc.
The TPP could also interfere with our sovereignty, judicial proceedings and other national and security matters. One can only expect that the TPP, once enacted, will further erode our ability to control our borders– allowing migratory movements, foreign worker programs and trade routes to further undermine our foreign policies. Furthermore, the thought of socialist nations transnationally interfering with our legislative decisions should make Americans tremble– since all signatory countries will be required to adjust their national laws, in order to comply with the provisions of the treaty.
The scope of the TPP is scary– to the point that it could make Obamacare look small. Surprise, surprise. Very few members of Congress have read the contents of this treaty.
The secrecy surrounding the discussions of the TPP are also of deep concern– and appear to be part of the Obama administration’s ongoing agenda of withholding information from the American people.
Overall, the TPP is a globalist ploy– a part of Sustainable Development (the Agenda for the 21st Century) that the United Nations has been ramming down the throats of citizens worldwide, through socialist initiatives reached by “consensus.” The goal of the TPP is to establish a trading association among 11 countries on both sides of the Pacific (Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, and Vietnam) which would involve approximately 26 percent of international trade and approximately 40 percent of the world’s gross domestic product.
As a survivor of communism, I like things to be clearly defined– and I do not want to see the United States turn into a permeable membrane that allows trans-national edicts to flow in and out. This would transform the United States into a “region”– which is precisely what the international socialists wish to accomplish.
It does not appear that there will be an enthusiastic response for the TPP, following the mid-term elections in November. So far, Obama does not seem to be on firm grounds as far as reaching a negotiation with the House of Representatives, which is Republican-controlled. I also do not hear much excitement from the Senate floor.
Negotiators from eleven Asia-Pacific countries will arrive in Ottawa to discuss the Trans-Pacific Partnership next week. As with any treaty that harms U.S. national interests, TPP participants and supporters are keeping things rather quiet.
Someone has to say the truth…
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