Politics has become a corporate game
- New policies are hidden under the guise of trade agreements
- Extort damages from that country
Politics has become a corporate game. With new treaty agreements, which are really corporate control agreements, the politicians and governments of other countries will be at the mercy of large international corporations.
You see, these new policies are hidden under the guise of trade agreements. What they really do is allow large international corporations dictate how they will operate in foreign countries, as well as the U.S.. If a multinational corporation feels they are discriminated against or given unfair restrictions the treaty states that they can sue the government of that nation for damages. This sounds like extortion and not politics.
Since there are a hand full of major conglomerates in the world that own most of the companies this means that the power to sue governments for massive damages is concentrated in the hand of a few. So, in the future whenever a corporation feels they are being slighted they will just turned around and extort damages from that country. This is something these countries were pressured into signing. You will see more and more countries being held hostage, first to sign up, and then suffer the consequences.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That large multinational corporation who already don’t pay any taxes will now be stealing money directly from governments.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because even without all the protesting against this so called trade treaty it’s being signed by more countries.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: You don’t stand a chance going against any large multinational. The only thing you can do is refuse to buy their products.
COMMENTARY: Protesting and voting will never stop any of this. The only thing that will stop it is to stop buying what they’re selling. I can see a time when people will do anything not consume their products. As a matter of fact, people who do buy their stuff will be shunned by their peers. It will be so socially irresponsible that it will become dangerous to indulge at the risk of being ostracized by everyone. That’s what it’s going to take people.