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Friday, February 5, 2016

Obamatrade signed in secret without debate

"Corruptus in Extremis"

  • Prepare to ship even more middle class jobs overseas.
  • The corrupt assholes in the Democrat and Republican Parties have been hiding the Obamatrade bill from the public and deliberately not debating this bill in public.
  • Without publicity Obama has had the bill signed in New Zealand, as far away from the American public as possible.
  • There still has to a vote by Congress to make it official, but even that vote is corrupt.  The Constitution says foreign treaties require a 2/3s vote to pass the Senate. But this treaty has been made into a "bill" that requires only a majority to pass.

(New Straight Times)  -  Twelve countries including Malaysia have finally signed the ambitious Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement here Thursday which is set to expand markets, reduce tariffs and promote freer trade. 

International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed signed the comprehensive 21st century pact for Malaysia that represents nearly 40 per cent of global gross domestic product worth US$30 trillion. 

The signing of the TPPA in New Zealand’s capital city is the culmination of five years and 19 rounds of tough negotiations. The 12 countries include New Zealand, Australia, Chile, Mexico, Japan, Peru, Canada, Vietnam, United States, Singapore, Brunei and Malaysia. 

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