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Barack Obama given fast-track authority over 'trade' deal negotiations

Wednesday, June 24, 2015 17:52
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Barack Obama given fast-track authority over 'trade' deal negotiations | 24 June 2015 | [Grade 'A' sociopath and complete and utter fraud] Barack Obama was given the authority he has long sought to expedite negotiations for a massive trade corporate takeover deal with countries on the Pacific rim, propelling the US toward a landmark agreement that, both proponents and critics agree, will reshape the global economy. The Republican-controlled Senate finally passed legislation on Wednesday that gives the president the power to “fast-track” negotiations with the 11 other countries party to the Trans-Pacific Partnership. The vote, which passed 60-38, was a significant victory for multinational corporations which have been lobbying hard for a trade agreement expected to lower tariffs and create new [de]regulations for sectors as diverse as agriculture, banking and the pharmaceutical industry.


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  • I contacted my congress critters to no avail. Rubio was said to have voted for it without even having read it. Proof we are governed by gangsters willing to settle for pennies for each multi-million extorted by their corporate masters. The only recourse we have now is casting off our failed state.

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