U.S. CoC President Tom Donohue Preaches To Globalist Wall Street Choir at Summit of Americas…

The Eagle and the Arrow – An Aesop’s Fable

An Eagle was soaring through the air. Suddenly it heard the whizz of an Arrow, and felt the dart pierce its breast. Slowly it fluttered down to earth. Its lifeblood pouring out. Looking at the Arrow with which it had been shot, the Eagle realized that the deadly shaft had been feathered with one of its own plumes.

Moral: We often give our enemies the means for our own destruction.

The United States economy is the Eagle; the shaft is Wall Street; the feather is the U.S. middle-class, and the archer is U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue.

Need proof?  Please, don’t take my word for it, read:

Tom Donohue: Tonight feels like a gathering of old friends. Five years ago, I had the pleasure of being in this beautiful city to help start a hemispheric business dialogue, and I’m pleased to be back in Lima for this year’s CEO Summit of the Americas.

[…] I also want to talk a little about the priorities within our government. Because, as everyone knows, many of the policy decisions coming out of Washington today not only impact the U.S. economy and its businesses and workers, but indeed those across this hemisphere and around the world.

[…] The Chamber has helped lead the fight to protect the status of more than one million people who are at risk of deportation. It makes no sense to send one million talented workers back to their home countries when we don’t have enough labor to get the job done in our own. This includes the young men and women who were brought to our country as children through no fault of their own—known as “the Dreamers”—as well as hundreds of thousands of individuals who are working in the U.S. under temporary protected status.

Moreover, as the debate has unfolded in Congress, we have been fighting back against proposals that would further reduce legal immigration.

♦You get that?  I cannot tell you the number of people who have argued with me, and CTH, about Tom Donohue supporting amnesty and open borders.  Many of the voices who oppose truth are deep within CONservative media.  I digress.

Donohue continues on the topic of trade:

[…] NAFTA “As many of you know, there several problematic U.S. proposals that have stalled progress toward a deal.”

[…] [The Trump administration sunset clause proposal] calls for an automatic termination date after five years unless the three parties agree to continue it. I don’t need to tell any of you as investors that this is untenable to anyone who intends to achieve return on his investment; the conversation should start at 20 years in order to provide the certainty in ROI that we all require.

•You get that? “Problematic U.S. proposals”… WTF?  Wall Street, via The U.S-CoC is demanding no review of any new NAFTA deal for any period less than 20 years? Twenty.Fucking.Years. [Twenty years ago cell phones were shoe boxes.]

[…] Next, the U.S. has put forward a proposal introducing severe restrictions on Mexican and Canadian access to U.S. government procurement. While touted as a way to supposedly promote improved reciprocity, the U.S. proposals are likely to have the opposite impact.

U.S. companies have far more at stake in North American government procurement than our Canadian and Mexican partners. Hundreds of American firms in financial services, IT, education and beyond have literally billions of dollars in government contracts in Canada in Mexico.

•You get that? Wall Street, via the U.S-Coc, wants Mexican and Canadian companies to benefit from U.S. taxpayer expenditures on government contracts (ie. infrastructure spending etc.) Why? Because Wall Street has investment in Mexican and Canadian companies, that’s why.

[…] Finally, the U.S. has advanced a proposal on rules of origin for auto production that mandates increases in North American content.

I touch on this area last because it’s the controversial proposal that’s shown the most promise for a potential breakthrough. Negotiators are creatively looking at ways to introduce areas like vehicle design and research and development into the content equation in a way that potentially limits disruption to production.

And there’s the key. Whatever solution they come to cannot disrupt the fully integrated North American supply chains that have made our continent’s auto sector the most competitive in the world.

•Your get that? Wall Street, via the U.S-CoC want to keep the flow of cheap Chinese and Asian parts into their investments in Mexican auto-plants. In an effort to hoodwink the details, Wall Street, via the U.S-CoC want to add the cost/value of designing a car into the content as if “design and research” was an actual physical component. See the scheme?

[…] As we heard at the recent meeting of AACCLA leaders in Miami that many of you attended, our regional partners view NAFTA as a bellwether for the fate of other agreements. Let’s not forget that all U.S. FTAs are slated to be reviewed, presumably once NAFTA 2.0 is complete. And twelve of our 20 FTA partners are in the Americas. Nearly half of all U.S. goods exports are bound for this region. … The U.S. Chamber will keep fighting for that outcome, here and in Washington, and for as long as it takes.” (continue reading)

Oh there’s more, much more, but you get the picture. There are trillions of dollars at stake and the U.S. CoC is committed to exploiting every single penny. President Donald Trump is an existential threat to these endeavors.

Hey Tom!

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271 Responses to U.S. CoC President Tom Donohue Preaches To Globalist Wall Street Choir at Summit of Americas…

  1. noman_Arizona says:

    The raid on @MichaelCohen212 ‘s home and office was gov. directed political opposition research. The FBI/DOJ officials who carried out the raid will leak the content to media to damage @POTUS & engineer narratives for election(s). That was the intent of the raid. pic.twitter.com/0RwQlVCB6P
    Wait –What , STOP dammit and back that damn truck up.
    You will unpack this…right.
    I’m thinking another Prosecutor will be brought in from outside the beltway.
    So after more than a year. Their only option is Legalized breaking and entering.
    1972 all over.
    Thats bold.
    Kinda puts a stamp on why the AAG was leaving the White house, Doesn’t it.
    Do you think He’d be as stupid as Comey the Clown and try to blackmail the President.

    Incidentally Murdoch offices in London were raided by the EU. No discernible why.

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  2. thedoc00 says:

    The leaks have already started to help Comey’s book sales and up coming interviews. 2-3 days ago, CNN and MSNBC ran banners and reports that “there were hand written notes that appear to support Comey’s claims”. Then there are the leaks of the objectives of the raid itself.

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  3. nuthinmuffin says:

    “The Chamber has helped lead the fight to protect the status of more than one million people who are at risk of deportation.” they are the enemy of the citizens of the united states

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  4. nimrodman says:

    Ingraham’s lead-off banner on her Fox show:

    “Anoymous sources in the Southern District of NY Attorneys Office are leaking details of the Cohen raid”

    Liked by 1 person

    • thedoc00 says:

      All friends of the former AG who defied Trump and got fired last year. They need to be reassigned to fact finding duty in along the Alaska Pipeline and in the hills of Puerto Rico.

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  5. Foolsgold says:

    Dude you just said a mouthful I 100% agree with as usual. Thx and god bless you.

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  6. evergreen says:

    The concept is simple. If the law requires US manufacturers to carry massive overhead costs, then offshore manufacturers can avoid those, come ashore, and sell cheaply to you.
    Everyone’s buying, so everyone’s doing it. Result, fewer jobs here, idleness, crime, and addiction.
    Make all manufacturers–ALL–pay the overhead. Then the arbitrage disappears…and it makes no sense to ship your goods from China when you can get them locally at roughly same cost. And, who knows, maybe craftsmanship and quality will come back in style.

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  7. call everyone
    get to campaign like never before :::
    rally the vote against the enemy within

    every day is campaign day to speak to someone about voting to
    save the USA

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  8. Ned Zeppelin II says:

    DJT Fire Mueller TODAY

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  9. John Good says:

    “Twenty F-ing Years!” And the “Middle Finger” to Tom Donohue! LOL!

    Sundance, you are my new “mentor” for this century! Donald J. Trump was my main mentor last century.

    You have such a talent for explaining the most-complicated issues of our times, in such a way that almost anyone can understand them!

    Thank You! I tell everyone that I know to come here to learn the truth about “anything” that they hear on the MSM.

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  10. Aguila2011 says:

    Wait a minute! Just who is this clown Donovan? Who is he to speak for the US Government? Who is he to speak for America? How the hell did he create an organization with a quasi-government sounding name like the U.S. Chamber of Commerce? It is not, nor is he a cabinet position nor an official agency of the people. He represents “special interests.” He is simply a lobbying firm.

    It just irks me to no end that he goes internationally and speaks as if he represents. And yet he spouts off with “I also want to talk a little about the priorities within our government.” What is this “our government” crappola? Why don’t you talk about how your special interests are working to unseat a duly elected President and return the direction of economic activity to globalism? Like Georgie-boy Soros, this guy should be behind bars and labeled a domestic enemy.

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  11. Andy says:

    The tariffs had to be a red line in the sand for the CoC, and I’m guessing for a whole lot of Congressmen (like Grassley) whose constituents will be getting hit in the pocketbook by China’s tariffs, especially the ones on agriculture. Within weeks of Trump announcing the tariffs, the Special Counsel with Rosenstein’s approval directs an over-the-top raid on Trump’s attorney for the purpose of getting records of a hush money payoff. The swamp doesn’t even pretend any longer that it’s about Russia. It simply, get this guy by any means available. It’s hard to believe, in his meeting today with Rosenstein, that Trump was able to resist the urge to grab Rosenstein by the throat and strangle him.

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  12. TwoLaine says:

    As to your tweet Sundance, I said all along this was all opposition research funded by the taxpayers and perpetuated by the media.

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  13. TwoLaine says:

    “•Your get that? Wall Street, via the U.S-CoC want to keep the flow of cheap Chinese and Asian parts into their investments in Mexican auto-plants. In an effort to hoodwink the details, Wall Street, via the U.S-CoC want to add the cost/value of designing a car into the content as if “design and research” was an actual physical component. See the scheme?”

    Sounds a lot like that other scheme disparate impact. Or climate change.

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  14. Ospreyzone says:

    Spot on analysis, SD. I just love Dapper Tom’s remarks regarding our illegal lodgers. I think what he really wanted to say was –

    “It makes no sense to send one million talented workers back to their home countries… why I’ve never had a greener yard or cleaner house.”

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  15. Susan Daniels says:

    I remember when Obamacare was first mentioned. The Chamber of Commerce was highly vocal against it. Then the Chamber got $17 million from the government and suddenly Obamacare was the greatest thing since sliced bread. In a list of wh0res in D.C., the CoC tops the list.

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  16. scorpion99man says:

    It is all so sickening. No one cares about working Americans and legal aliens. No one.

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  17. VeritasVincit says:

    I am here because I want real news I can read without worrying that one of my grandbabies might look over my shoulder and read profanity. I don’t even want to read it myself. If you have to stoop to the level of profanity to make your point your education is lacking. You don’t need to say or reprint the “F” word to report the news. If you do, I won’t be a subscriber for long.

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