Multinational Banks and Corporations Trigger Immediate Angst Over Trump Withdrawal From Paris Treaty…

Every word we read, every corporate broadcast, every espoused punditry opinion, every angle that’s visible, everything surrounding the Paris Climate “Treaty”, All.Of.It., is driven by multinational banks and corporations who have a vested financial interest.

The Paris Climate Treaty has nothing to do with “climate” and everything possible to do with economics, globalism and the controlled redistribution of economic wealth as constructed through decades of advanced policies of multinational financial interests.

There are factually TRILLIONS of dollars at stake.

When you consider the pontificating pearl-clutching from the financial and industrial elites, ask yourself this very basic question:

If Elon Musk (Tesla), Tim Cook (Apple), Larry Page (google), Mark Zuckerberg (facebook), or any of the myriad of multinational executives really cared about “climate change”, then why are they doing business in China?

The primary concern for every affiliated entity surrounds economics, not climate.  “Climate” issues are the Trojan horse, the false ruse, the talking point, the scheme to get economic systems in place -yes, political systems- to control the distributive flow of larger economic wealth within all nations.  Period.

What ObamaCare was to your loss of healthcare individualism, so too is the Paris Treaty a political tool to deconstruct national economic individualism.  FULL-STOP.

To understand the larger objectives of the global and financial elite it is important to understand the three-decade global financial construct they seek to protect. Global financial exploitation of national markets:

♦Multinational corporations purchase controlling interests in various national elements of developed industrial western nations.
♦The Multinational Corporations making the purchases are underwritten by massive global financial institutions, multinational banks.
♦The Multinational Banks and the Multinational Corporations then utilize lobbying interests to manipulate the internal political policy of the targeted nation state(s).
♦With control over the targeted national industry or interest, the multinationals then leverage export of the national asset (exfiltration) through trade agreements structured to the benefit of lesser developed nation states – where they have previously established a proactive financial footprint.

The ‘America First’ Trump-Trade Doctrine upsets the entire construct of this multinational export/control dynamic.  Team Trump focuses exclusively on bilateral trade deals with specific policy only looking out for the national interests of the United States.

Under President Trump’s Trade positions exfiltration of U.S. national wealth is essentially stopped.  This puts the multinational corporations, globalists who previously took a stake-hold in the U.S. economy with intention to export the wealth, in a position of holding interest of an asset they cannot exploit.

If you can see the ramifications, and can grasp the inherent anger, you can begin to understand the severity of the opposition to President Trump.

Multinational corporations and billionaire financiers use climate change as a tool toward furtherance of collected global wealth. Their strategy is quite simple, and has been played out for several cycles. Create an institutional trade instrument (housing financial bubble example), control it, drive the pricing to an apex and reap the financial rewards.

Their expressed holy grail for human control is a global tax on all people more commonly known as a “carbon-trading tax”.  A planetary tax on personage, behavior and activity, through a market-based trade vehicle (Paris Agreement), which they exclusively control; and which subverts the national economic interests of sovereign nations.

The “Carbon Trading” fundamental financial instrument is the foundational block of the financial interests behind modern climate change.  The latest exhibition of a decades long series of international construct was the Paris Climate Change agreement.

REUTERS – Investors with more than $15 trillion of assets under management urged governments led by the United States to implement the Paris climate accord to fight climate change despite U.S. President Donald Trump’s threats to pull out.

“As long-term institutional investors, we believe that the mitigation of climate change is essential for the safeguarding of our investments,” according to the letter signed by 214 institutional investors and published on Monday.

“We urge all nations to stand by their commitments to the Agreement,” it said. Signatories of the letter included the California Public Employees Retirement System and other pension funds from Sweden to Australia.  (read more)

Again, as we have done in the past, we draw attention to the secret meeting in Sea Island Georgia in 2016 when the billionaire vested participants gathered with the political class to discuss how they could stop candidate Donald J Trump.

2016 -Billionaires, tech CEOs and top members of the Republican establishment flew to a private island resort off the coast of Georgia this weekend for the American Enterprise Institute’s annual World Forum, according to sources familiar with the secretive gathering.

The main topic at the closed-to-the-press confab? How to stop Republican front-runner Donald Trump. (The meeting was not planned to be a strategy session on how to stop the GOP front-runner, but rather evolved into one, as a subsequently obtained agenda makes clear.)

Apple CEO Tim Cook, Google co-founder Larry Page, Napster creator and Facebook investor Sean Parker, and Tesla Motors and SpaceX honcho Elon Musk all attended. So did Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), political guru Karl Rove, House Speaker Paul Ryan, GOP Sens. Tom Cotton (Ark.), Cory Gardner (Colo.), Tim Scott (S.C.), Rob Portman (Ohio) and Ben Sasse (Neb.), who recently made news by saying he “cannot support Donald Trump.”

Along with Ryan, the House was represented by Energy and Commerce Committee Chair Fred Upton (Mich.), Rep. Kevin Brady (Texas) and almost-Speaker Kevin McCarthy (Calif.), sources said, along with leadership figure Cathy McMorris Rodgers (Wash.), Budget Committee Chairman Tom Price (R-Ga.), Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (Texas) and Diane Black (Tenn.).

Philip Anschutz, the billionaire GOP donor whose company owns a stake in Sea Island, was also there, along with Democratic Rep. John Delaney, who represents Maryland. Arthur Sulzberger, the publisher of The New York Times, was there, too, a Times spokeswoman confirmed.

“A specter was haunting the World Forum—the specter of Donald Trump,”  (read more)

Pay attention to the voices rising up in opposition to President Trump withdrawing from the Paris Climate Treaty and you will identify the same oppositional voices who assembled in all economic matters prior to this moment in 2017.  Their vested interests center around the economics, not “the climate”.

President Trump is very smart about the long-term ramifications to this ‘treaty’.  If the heavily influenced industrialized nations commit themselves to this agreement they will be anchoring their economic manufacturing base within a tiered system of ridiculously burdensome regulations and agreements.

The strategic benefit to the United States will stem from not participating in the regulatory stranglehold that accompanies the agreement.  Obviously all nations that compete with the U.S on international trade agreements would, for once, be at a disadvantage; and our American manufacturing and industrial base would be able to take strategic advantage.

In larger terms Trump’s refocused policy objectives remove the political benefit from Wall Street and places it back with Main Street, reversing a three decade long shift.  This approach is adverse to the interests of the globalists.

President Trump’s economic team are well aware of the strategic advantage is walking away from the Paris Climate Treaty.  Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and their entire economic team know what is needed to reverse the decades long construct and defeat the interests of the global elites.


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400 Responses to Multinational Banks and Corporations Trigger Immediate Angst Over Trump Withdrawal From Paris Treaty…

  1. LKA in LA says:

    This story and the reality of its content really scares me. When I realize how close we were to our destruction it is sobering. I am going to trust President Trump is going to pull us out. It still scares me though that it comes down to one person deciding our fate. God Bless President Trump.

    Liked by 11 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Yes – I agree. When I heard fake news rumors earlier that we would stay in it, I was very concerned.

      Cultural Marxism has a very potent weapon in shaking down people for political statements by a kind of plea bargaining – “We will stop harassing you if you virtue signal on this issue. It costs you nothing – just make a TINY admission that we desire.” But whatever it is, it will cost you BILLIONS if not TRILLIONS down the line, and once you are committed, then if they are wrong, you are wrong WITH THEM. THAT is what they want.

      Death by carbon is not in evidence. Poverty by carbon is not in evidence. Even danger by carbon, and danger by warming, are not in evidence. For all we know, warming saves the planet.

      We are so far from making any kind of decision about what to do on climate, that doing ANYTHING with our current lack of knowledge is tantamount to firing a gun into the dark at unknown voices.

      The left has showed us that it is incapable of driving. It doesn’t believe in stop lights, speed limits, or one-way streets. Everything is an emergency – until it’s not, at which point they never question their mistake – they just look for a new emergency. The left will get us killed if we don’t take the wheel.

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    • TeeJay says:

      And what really, REALLY scares me is that, as you say, Trump is the one and only person thwarting the globalists. Given that Trump’s policies have the potential of stopping many of their grand plans dead in their tracks, I’m scared that it’s just a matter of time before they decide to take him out (God forbid).

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      • Monadnock says:

        Indeed – sadly, I expect it.

        These to-big-to-fail elite have no idea what a whirlwind they will reap if they take out PDJT. They expect we’ll fuss, but after they crack a few heads, we’ll settle down.

        We won’t.

        We rightly see opposition to PDJT on this issue (and others) as a threat to our freedom and liberty.

        They will take neither from us – I am with Patrick Henry in that regard.

        Go ahead. Try in…. And millions of us will introduce each of you to your own personal lamp post.

        In the end, you will not win this – we will.

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        • ej says:

          That option would create a revolution, and they know it. But if they berate him and his message, then they just need to “ride it out”. What hurts them is that we are growing stronger and his policies are making an immediate impact (look at job growth).


      • paris23 says:

        Or work to destroy him financially. That is another possibility. There must be laws by which a lot of these people could face arrest for their efforts to overthrow our government. Putin did it (arrested oligarchs). The Icelanders did it (arrested bankers). We may need to do the same.

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    • NewNonna!!! says:

      What’s up w WP tonight? It does NOT want my reply tonight. I’ve typed this 5x after much keyboard Tom foolery and then it kicks it all out and says it experienced problems. ???

      Anyway, LKA in LA, I totally agree. What’s even scarier to me is the number of sheeple who believe, VEHEMENTLY, all the evil BS the evil globalist are spewing. They don’t even see for themselves how they are being used but instead are ready to fight for a BS cause

      GODS Justice and will be done

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    • There is NO greenhouse gas, NO green energy and NO peak oil. I have written extensively on these subjects and will be interviewed tonight on CoastToCoast radio. Review articles at FauxScienceSlayer, the radio website is

      “It is easier to lie to someone, than to convince them….
      they have been lied to” ~ Mark Twain


  2. alliwantissometruth says:

    Everything’s about money. It’s always about money. Everything that happens within the real power structure that runs this world is based on profit for those on top

    How can anyone with half a brain believe that protecting the earth is their Holy Grail? Everything going on in modern times, every ideology, every political party, every cause, every religion, everything, is controlled & dictated by the elite, & they’re all profit driven

    The people worldwide have been their pawns for decades, begging for favors & influence, trying to enact personal agenda’s that never seem to get anywhere, while the profits roll into the elites pockets

    The only way, the only absolute way to end the greed based control of the worlds wealth is to put the power back into the hands of the people so they can become the stewards of the land once again.For it’s those stewards that truly care about their own environments & the futures of the people

    The phenomenon that is President Trump is probably the last hope for mankind to retain their God given right to control their own destinies, to oversee their right to self governance & to inherit the worlds wealth that’s been formed by God himself & the sweat & toil of the people

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  3. The Devilbat says:

    I am praying very hard that President Trump does not give in to the bankers and the corporations. We do not need to be hog tied to the Paris accords.

    Liked by 4 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      I agree – we must not be hog-tied. The whole thing is fishy. If we’re free of it, we are free to do the RIGHT THING on climate, once that is known – probably YEARS from now.

      One approach short of leaving is to “suspend out commitment” for 10-20 years (basically back out to a pre-Obama state), while the entire subject of climate and its actionability (or lack thereof) is studied and thought out in a much more open and complete way. During that time, we watch. If the science becomes even more politicized by the left, we leave for good. If people come to their senses, we stay engaged at a distance, while the world recovers from Globalist Viral Dementia.

      We need to articulate that we think Paris jumps the gun on action, is based on premature science, has no insight into future technologies, and was a horrible bad deal made by an incompetent American president. Who would be GLOBAMA.

      And if they say “you can’t suspend”, then we say “Bye, Angela – it’s all yours.”

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  4. Joe S says:

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  5. jeans2nd says:

    Serious question – is there any way to modify this agreement where 100% Made in America was required to be included in this agreement, while withdrawing the U.S. from all the onerous wealth re-distribution? 100% Made in America to include all forms of energy, production, and manufacturing.

    Personally not seeing it, but perhaps the maths and treaties guys in POTUS’ Cabinet see something not obvious to the layman.

    If not, agree to disagree with the wealth re-distributionists, move on, and leave the wealth re-distibutionists to their fate (and we all know what that will be). imo

    At any rate, would wager all the pontificaters remain on POTUS’ advisory board, if they see a way to make a buck and/or milk the taxpayer for more $$$.

    Portman is in our crosshairs, right along with Sherrod Brown.


    • sturmudgeon says:

      Read Rush’s explanation on this… there is only ONE way, and that is to ‘withdraw’ Obama’s signature… he has already signed this thing..


      • jeans2nd says:

        thx, but will pass on limbaugh. he is no treaties or maths person. limbaugh is an entertainer, as limbaugh himself will tell you.


        • porkyspen says:

          I wouldn’t dismiss Rush with an airy “pass” when in fact he lays out the case in a very clear manner, and was one of the first people to mention the “Treaty on Treaties”, which is a dangerous landmine as far as this Paris crap goes.


          • jeans2nd says:

            Perhaps Limbaugh needs to read up on some facts.

            Re: Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties Signed at Vienna 23 May 1969 – The United States recognize parts of it as a restatement of customary law and binding upon the U.S. as such.


  6. trumpmaga says:

    God bless President Trump!

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Donna in Oregon says:

    I trust President Trump.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Pat Cammarata says:

    I trust President Trump – he has our back and we have his

    Liked by 3 people

  9. B Woodward says:

    President Trump advocates clean air and water. However there are ways of achieving that without giving trillions of dollars to the globalists.

    There are techniques and new technologies becoming available to clean the air and water. One example was cited by Drunvalo Melchizedek, author of the book “Living in the Heart,” Drunvalo describes how Slim Spurling and other researchers created a device called the “R-2.” The device created a waveform which expanded in to the shape of a toroidal field. The device was used to clean the air pollution over a 35 mile area in Denver and then Phoenix for a few months. An independent lab in Ft Collins verified it. However the government had no interest and indicated that the EPA would not be happy if Drunvalo continued to use the R-2 device.

    Some other approaches to cleaning the air and water include the involvement of the nature elementals such as the undines (water elementals) and the slyphs (air elementals). Some quantum approaches are also proving successful.

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  10. G. Combs says:


    World Bank Carbon Finance Report for 2007
    The carbon economy is the fastest growing industry globally with US$84 billion of carbon trading conducted in 2007, doubling to $116 billion in 2008, and expected to reach over $200 billion by 2012 and over $2,000 billion by 2020

    Copenhagen climate summit in disarray after ‘Danish text’ leak: Developing countries react furiously to leaked draft agreement…

    …The draft hands effective control of climate change finance to the World Bank; would abandon the Kyoto protocol – the only legally binding treaty that the world has on emissions reductions; and would make any money to help poor countries adapt to climate change dependent on them taking a range of actions.

    The document was described last night by one senior diplomat as “a very dangerous document for developing countries. It is a fundamental reworking of the UN balance of obligations. It is to be superimposed without discussion on the talks”….


  11. MOA says:

    Alas, the marxists must win in the end. With luck I’ll be long gone by then.
    When you have removed work from much of the population by robots in production, transport, retail, medicine and AI replaces the office worker you have an urban population dependant on govt and corporate taxes for their daily bread.
    You then have an utterly compliant population.
    Then prepare for the real social engineering to begin. You haven’t seen anything yet.

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    • G. Combs says:

      Why do you think Ted Turner, founder of CNN and the UN Foundation bluntly said during an interview with Audubon magazine.
      “A total population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal.” – Source: The book You Don’t Say, by Fred Gielow, 1999, page 189.

      Why do you think DNA testing is done on ALL children here in the USA and in the UK?
      We already know about seed banks to preserve DNA of plants however there is now a lot of Human DNA studies happening and in the USA and UK the government is warehousing DNA from babies and animals too. 4-H animals had DNA taken or a child could not show their animal over a decade ago.


      And matching crimes to the DNA samples…

      California was doing something similar. DNA sample instead of a date in court for minor crimes. Arrested in O.C.? A DNA sample could buy freedom
      Guilty or not, people arrested can avoid the hassle of court if they give their DNA sample to the district attorney.

      This article on DNA testing and Personality has been removed from the internet and can not be found on the wayback machine. Drat it, It was a good article.

      Now all that is left is this pablum for the masses.

      Behaviour and Personality

      Traditionally, scientists and psychologists have studied identical twins who share the same genes to find out if differences in personality and behaviour can be a result of the child’s environment. Scientists have discovered through DNA testing that around half of our personality traits are hard-wired into our genes, though some behavioural characteristics are more elusive – perhaps because scientists first have to work out what these genes are through DNA testing and then establish how they interact….

      The Human Genome Project’s main aim, however, is not the use of DNA testing to work out the genes governing behaviour but to focus on the faulty genes responsible for disease. DNA testing reveals there are roughly 25,000 genes which human cells use as templates for the manufacture of proteins, which are in turn used to build and maintain our bodies. Dr Collins stressed to the BBC that no matter what DNA testing reveals about genetic make-up and behaviour, it would be a mistake to forget the role that nurture and the environment play in human personality and behaviour.

      A slightly better version.

      What Is Behavioral Genetics?

      Genetics is the study of how traits are passed from parent to child. The information that children get from their parents is contained in chemical packets of information called genes. These genes make up larger units called chromosomes (KRO-mo-somz). Humans have 46 chromosomes; 23 come from the father, and the other 23 come from the mother. The human genome is the term for all the genetic information contained in humans.

      Variations in human behavior are seen every day. Often people are kind and thoughtful. Sometimes people behave in ways that are considered antisocial * or hurtful to themselves. Behavioral genetics is a branch of science that tries to find out what role inherited factors play in how people act and what kinds of genes may lead to different patterns of behavior.

      Environmental factors also can influence human behavior. Behavioral geneticists work to discover how much of people’s behavior is determined by the genetic information they inherited from their parents and how much is caused by their living conditions, learning choices, and other influences from the world around them……


      I include this because it now comes up as page not found.

      […]The Patenting Sentinel and Action Service (PSAS) is an important initiative of the International Committee for Animal Recording (ICAR) as regards patenting in the animal sector. This is an issue which is of uttermost importance for the future of all organizations involved in the sectors of animal recording and genetic evaluation. The latest developments in this field and the future prospects are causing increasing concern among industrialists and breeders, thus stressing the need for continuous updating on the progress of animal patenting issues worldwide and raising the awareness of professionals regarding their possibility to take action towards the protection of their professional interests.

      Based on the above concerns, the Board of the International Committee for Animal Recording has considered ways to positively support ICAR member organizations and other interested entities in confronting the issue of patenting in animal breeding. The result of the deliberations is the ICAR Patenting Sentinel and Action Service, formed in March-April 2006.[…]
      The mission of the ICAR Patenting Sentinel and Action Service (PSAS) is to:
      constantly update its members on patenting application legislation in the animal sector, so as to lead to a deeper knowledge of the theoretical and practical aspects of this issue;
      monitor specific patent applications worldwide, which are of most interest to its members;
      possibly take action in a rapid and effective way in relation to specific patenting applications.
      Animal Patents:

      Technology is great unless it can be used against all of us.

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  12. G. Combs says:

    The two biggies to be agreed on in Paris in December was a guilt tax on the USA of ONE TRILLION DOLLARS A YEAR, and a WORLD SUPREME COURT called the International Tribunal of Climate Justice to enforce that tax.
    “STEALTH AGENDA: New UN Tribunal to Judge US for “Climate Debt””

    We dodge that enforcement tool at Paris however the REAL NASTY was the The Trans-Pacific Partnership.
    It would literally do away with US sovereignty just as the EU did away with the sovereignty of european countries.

    The Trans-Pacific Partnership would allow an international Tribunal to over rule THE US SUPREME COURT. The Trans-Pacific Partnership says ANY treaty signed by the USA is covered and gives enforcement to treaties that up until now had no teeth to force compliance. The Trans-Pacific Partnership would provide the teeth. Remember international law sees no difference between an executive agreement, a congressional agreement or an actual Constitutional treaty. This means all those treaties that Obummer had signed, like the Paris Accord or the UN small arms treaty, all of a sudden could be enforced by an international tribunal with no regard to the US Constitution, Supreme Court or international sovereignty.

    With a Clinton appointed Supreme Court there would have been no hope of over turning the decisions of that Corporate appointed Tribunal.
    Trans-Pacific Partnership Synopsis FROM THE US GOVERNMENT

    [….]TPP Parties aim to have these disputes resolved through impartial, unbiased panels. … Panels will consider requests from non-governmental entities located in the territory of any disputing Party to provide written views regarding the dispute to panels during dispute settlement proceedings.

    Panels will be composed of three international trade and subject matter experts independent of the disputing Parties, with procedures available to ensure that a panel can be composed even if a Party fails to appoint a panelist within a set period of time. These panelists will be subject to a code of conduct to ensure the integrity of the dispute settlement mechanism.

    To maximize compliance, the Dispute Settlement chapter allows for the use of trade retaliation (e.g., suspension of benefits), if a Party found not to have complied with its obligations fails to bring itself into compliance with its obligations. Before use of trade retaliation, a Party found in violation can negotiate or arbitrate a reasonable period of time in which to remedy the breach[….]

    Climate Change was in there too:


    As home to a significant portion of the world’s people, wildlife, plants and marine species, TPP Parties share a strong commitment to protecting and conserving the environment, including by working together to address environmental challenges, such as pollution, illegal wildlife trafficking, illegal logging, illegal fishing, and protection of the marine environment….
    They reaffirm their commitment to implement the multilateral environmental agreements (MEAs) they have joined. The Parties commit to provide transparency in environmental decision-making, implementation and enforcement….. Finally, the Parties commit to cooperate to address matters of joint or common interest, including in the areas of conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, and transition to low-emissions and resilient economies.

    The Groniad says this about the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement:
    ” Leading arbitration lawyer, George Kahale (chairman of Curtis, Mallet-Provost, Colt & Mosie LLP, an international law firm) says there are critical loopholes in the Trans-Pacific Partnership’s investment chapter that leave Australia wide open:

    “….an MFN clause is tantamount to a classic wipeout move. It would enable foreign corporations from TPP states to make a claim against Australia based on the ISDS provisions in any other trade deal Australia has signed, no matter which country it was signed with. That means it does not matter how carefully the TPP is drafted: foreign investors can cherrypick another treaty Australia has signed, and sue the Australian government based on the provisions included in that treaty…..”

    From The Hill by former Bill Clinton advisor Dick Morris

    The TPP, generally supported by pro-free-trade Republicans but opposed by labor-union Democrats, reportedly contains a barely noticed provision that allows for the free migration of labor among the signatory nations. Patterned after similar provisions in the treaties establishing the European Union, it would override national immigration restrictions in the name of facilitating the free flow of labor.

    The draft treaty, now under discussion among 12 Pacific Rim nations, including the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Vietnam and Japan, makes provision for needed labor to move across national boundaries without restraint. While much of the commentary on the deal has been focused on high-skill, white-collar migration, it could easily be interpreted as allowing farm workers and others to flow back and forth without legal regulation…..

    Curtis Ellis, executive director of the American Jobs Alliance, calls the trade deal “a Trojan horse for Obama’s immigration agenda” on The Hill’s Contributor’s blog. He notes that “one corporate trade association says bluntly that ‘The TPP should remove restrictions on nationality or residency requirements for the selection of personnel.’ ” thehill(DOT)com/opinion/dick-morris/239633-dick-morris-tpp-mass-immigration

    So here it is in the summary about Immigration, AND the adding of other countries without the approval of Congress. (This is what Trump was talking about when he mentioned China and Rand Paul ridiculed him.)

    …. The TPP facilitates the development of production and supply chains, and seamless trade, enhancing efficiency and supporting our goal of creating and supporting jobs, raising living standards, enhancing conservation efforts, and facilitating cross-border integration, as well as opening domestic markets.

    Platform for regional integration. The TPP is intended as a platform for regional economic integration and designed to include additional economies across the Asia-Pacific region.

    Given the growing importance of services trade to TPP Parties, the 12 countries share an interest in liberalized trade in this area….market access, which provides that no TPP country may impose quantitative restrictions on the supply of services (e.g., a limit on the number of suppliers or number of transactions) ….TPP Parties accept these obligations on a “negative-list basis,” meaning that their markets are fully open to services suppliers from TPP countries….TPP Parties agree to permit free transfer of funds related to the cross-border supply of a service. In addition, the chapter includes a professional services annex encouraging cooperative work on licensing recognition and other regulatory issues, and an annex on express delivery services.

    The Temporary Entry for Business Persons chapter encourages authorities of TPP Parties to provide information on applications for temporary entry, to ensure that application fees are reasonable, and to make decisions on applications and inform applicants of decisions as quickly as possible. TPP Parties agree to ensure that information on requirements for temporary entry are readily available to the public, including by publishing information promptly and online if possible, and providing explanatory materials. The Parties agree to ongoing cooperation on temporary entry issues such as visa processing. Almost all TPP Parties have made commitments on access for each other’s business persons, which are in country-specific annexes.

    How about letting China make our Army equipment and North Korea make our government computers?

    TPP Parties share an interest in accessing each other’s large government procurement markets through transparent, predictable, and non-discriminatory rules….

    And what about our government services like the Post Office, drivers license bureau… Can’t leave those out.

    …In addition to updating traditional approaches to issues covered by previous free trade agreements (FTAs), the TPP incorporates new and emerging trade issues and cross-cutting issues. These include issues related to the Internet and the digital economy, the participation of state-owned enterprises in international trade and investment…


    Trump truly saved this country from death.


    • scott467 says:

      The two biggies to be agreed on in Paris in December was a guilt tax on the USA of ONE TRILLION DOLLARS A YEAR, and a WORLD SUPREME COURT called the International Tribunal of Climate Justice to enforce that tax.
      “STEALTH AGENDA: New UN Tribunal to Judge US for “Climate Debt””


      That is an immediate precursor to war, and every American would be obligated to do whatever was in his power to undermine and eliminate any such “World Supreme Court” with extreme prejudice.

      That is no foolin’ around.

      That is creating an extra-American (non-American) body which has the power to tax and enforce taxes on the American People.

      That is literally setting up a 21st century King George III over America.

      It is TREASON.

      Any leader of America who subjects the country he was sworn to protect and defend to any such ‘agreement’ should be convicted of treason and hung from the neck until dead.

      On national television.

      And a holiday should be made, to commerorate the death of any traitorous leader who attempts to cede the SOVEREIGNTY of the United States of America to ANYONE.

      Why are we even TALKING about this?!?

      It is HIGH TREASON.

      Any so-called “members” of a “World Supreme Court” should have targets on their backs wherever they go, the entire world should be out to get them, wherever they go, like they went after Hitler.


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  13. scott467 says:

    Sundance wrote: “♦ With control over the targeted national industry or interest, the multinationals then leverage export of the national asset (exfiltration) through trade agreements structured to the benefit of lesser developed nation states – where they have previously established a proactive financial footprint.”


    I understand the construct as you have outlined it, but WHY are the multinationals structuring trade agreements “to the benefit of lesser developed nation states”?

    They do NOTHING for altruistic reasons, so what is THEIR benefit by making deals that benefit lesser developed nations?

    In other words, what is in it for the multinationals to construct these wealth-shifting agreements that drain 1st world countries (America specifically) and supposedly ‘benefit’ 3rd world countries?

    I certainly don’t believe they’re doing it because the “care”, lol!

    What is their ‘angle’?

    It has to be financial (yuuugely), but what does benefiting lesser developed nation-states have to do with anything?



    • scott467 says:

      P.S. What you are describing would be called an Act of War in any other time era.

      And any leader who entered into a ‘trade agreement’ that so obviously sabotaged his own country’s best interests would be hanged for treason.

      What they are doing is flat-out TREASON.

      In any era but this one.



    • sundance says:

      Monetary gains. The exfiltration of assets shifts wealth from the U.S. into lesser economically developed countries. The multinationals are there awaiting the arrival of the exported wealth.

      The exfiltrated U.S. wealth is then transferred into their bank accounts by the economic systems (their systems) the imported money finances.

      Think of it like the multinational company is a venture capital Co only using U.S. taxpayer funds and economies.

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      • Jeff C-C says:

        Sundance, your insights are as amazing as ever. I would like to share a different perspective here.

        “Think of it like the multinational company is a venture capital Co only using U.S. taxpayer funds and economies.”

        In the case of clean energy, though, the multinationals are winning at capitalism. They are using the U.S. economy, but the taxpayer funds are incidental.

        Tremendous innovation is happening in this sector by American start-ups. They are being swooped up by European utilities, the very definition of multinationals. You are correct; multinationals are targeting this sector. (See, for example, )

        But why? Not necessarily because they are looking to control the world; they are simply looking to stay in business. Electric utilities are headed the way of telephone utilities. The European companies are grabbing the equivalent of nascent cell phone companies.

        The opportunities are there for the taking. In order to scale, it often makes sense for an entrepreneurial enterprise to be acquired. American companies (like utilities) are not swooping them up to the same degree as foreign-based multinationals. My (start-up) company was acquired by a European utility and it’s been great. We have the resources we need to grow and thrive and they are staying out of our way.

        And whether your readers like it or not, clean energy is one of the great areas of innovation and growth in our economy today. CO2 reduction is not at odds with economic growth. In many areas (including Iowa and Minnesota, two red state examples), it is driving it.

        And while I’ve got you on the line . . . I am disturbed by the lack of charity among the commenters. Trump’s vision is correct, but we will only carry the day through love. Otherwise, all of your amazing work is simply a clanging gong, if you know what I mean.

        In His name,



        • scott467 says:

          Jeff wrote: “And whether your readers like it or not, clean energy is one of the great areas of innovation and growth in our economy today.”


          It’s not a matter of “belief”, it’s a matter of proof.

          Snake-oil salesmen have been hawking ‘clean energy’ for at least a couple generations now, and it’s always bogus, lies wrapped in half-truths surrounded by cloaked self-interests.

          The windmills don’t run 24/7. The waterfall generators are nice, but few places have large enough water flow to make the project viable, and then there’s all the environmental impact, salamanders and yellow-tailed arachnids and such that are adversely affected.

          And don’t even start with the solar panels. How many hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars did Obamao throw down the oblivion whole on Solyndra and other solar frauds?

          The problem is the same as it ever was, i.e., besides nuclear, coal, oil and natural gas, what other viable energy product is there that can be counted on 24/7 for energy production?

          Of those, only ONE is viable as fuel for personal transportation.

          And every year we hear the same siren call of ‘clean energy’ and how the whole world is about to change, but we never hear about the price-tag, we never hear about the costs, or whether it makes any sense to do so, because it always turns out to be one of two things:

          A) a fraud which lines the pockets of all those with hidden but vested interests


          B) a pagan earth-mother religious belief masquerading as ‘science’

          So ‘clean energy’ sounds great. Who could be against it, in THEORY?

          But ‘clean energy’ has a serious public relations problem. That carpet-bagger has been hawking snake-oil in every village and township for decades now, and everybody who has bought his snake-oil wants their money back.

          And I don’t know how you overcome that.

          Unless you can invent magic energy.

          Problem is, that’s what the last snake-oil salesman was selling.

          And the villagers aren’t buying any more of that garbage.

          They’re sharpening their pitchforks instead.

          Preparing for the newly established snake-oil salesman season.



        • scott467 says:

          Jeff wrote: “CO2 reduction is not at odds with economic growth.”


          It is at odds with economic growth, if:

          A) CO2 reduction amounts to additional costs for business and consumers


          B) there is no good reason to ‘reduce’ CO2 in the first place

          Why is anyone trying to reduce CO2?

          Because it has been repeated as a ‘goal’ so many times that it’s just accepted?

          If Anthropomorphic Globull Warming was actually a real cause for concern, it’s not the North Americans and the Europeans you need to convince, it’s all the dictators and communist regimes you need to convince.

          Start with them.

          Because if you can’t get them on board, nothing else makes a difference. It’s like smoking on an airplane. Unless everybody stops smoking, we’re all going to be in a smoke-filled environment.

          And if we actually COULD do something about it, WHY would we?

          Nobody ever explains that.

          What is it, exactly, that would be so BAD if the earth warmed up a few degrees, and our atmosphere had a slightly higher CO2 content? Vegetation would flourish, even in areas that are currently not cultivatable. That means more food production. Fewer people would need heat in winter, and of those who do, they would need less of it.

          What is the DOWNSIDE to ‘Globull Warming’?

          Besides nothing, at all?



  14. telerider says:

    It is shocking, saddening, dispicable and disgusting what Obama, his handlers and his minions were doing to destroy the United States forever. May they always be associated with treason and hung for it….and soon. MAGA

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  15. be says:

    Mr. President get us out now. You said you would we believe you.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    One hopes for the best and expects the worst. But if President Trump accepts the Paris Accords, he will have effectively abandoned his stated objectives for our country and will ultimately fail himself and us. Climate change is real and perpetual; we do not cause it and we cannot stop it. You may like the climate you now have, but the climate doesn’t care, and you cannot maintain it. Over time, it will change. If you want to spend money on climate change, spend it on adjusting to what you have and planning for what you may get. And good luck figuring that out, at least in the short run.


  17. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    All life on this planet is carbon based. CO2 is what makes plants grow (photosynthesis, in case you have forgotten grade school science). All of this carbon phobia is ridiculous.

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    • chbailey says:

      Yeah, so whenever we read “Paris Climate Change Treaty/Agreement” we waft away the smoke just blown in our eyes and read ”Global Economic Strategy Treaty/Agreement”.


  18. distracted2 says:

    It is a redistribution of wealth. Plain and simple. It’s all about money – our money – and the rest of the world wants it, which is why they are all threatening to take their marbles and go home.


  19. itsy_bitsy says:

    Global Warming and now it’s new “cover up” moniker “Climate Change” is fake and has always been fake. It is and always has been a convenient way of transferring American tax payer dollars into the pockets of American and European globalists. For their own use I might add and not for any valid cause.


  20. Laura Wesselmann says:

    Unfortunately Jerry Brown is a big supporter of the Paris agreement. But then he proposed a guaranteed income back in the 1970s.


  21. cjzak says:

    Well let’s hope Pres.Trump read the kinds of explanations posted above as he made his decisions. One trillion dollars a year owed by the USA to be redistributed to others? Please spare me. We need our own agreements that are much more fair to America. Just heard the snarky comments that German Junker made about Trump and this bad deal. On Fox. Made Pres. Trump look like he couldn’t understand, was too much a simpleton to understand, what these oh so intelligent Europeans were trying to tell him about the accord. Go stuff some sausage in your big mouth you elite jerk.


  22. Mark says:

    What is the dimwit Chelsea Clinton doing in the Philippines anyway. Cage that airhead & her family. Answer the question about your father. He’s the fool that taught our children that a BJ wasn’t sex. What a scumbag.


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