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The Trans-Pacific Partnership: A Global Attack by the One Percent

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During the week of July 1st -- 7th an international cabal of corporate lobbyists has been meeting behind closed doors in San Diego. Their aim is moving the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) towards completion. For over two years TPP negotiations have been in process, yet the proposals and agreements made so far have been carefully kept from public view, until recently. A leaked TPP document, published at Public Citizen, has revealed what the 600 corporate advisers involved in the negotiations, including representatives from Verizon, FedEx, and Walmart, have been up to. Considering the contents of this document, it is no wonder why the public and even elected representatives have been kept in the dark. Publicly the TPP is being described as a Free Trade Act (FTA). This understates its scope. While the FTAs already in existence have raked in giant profits for the corporate elite...

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as we are, they must be wholly transparent to us. ... by Daniel Geery on Saturday, Jul 7, 2012 at 8:59:17 AM
Great article....but the solutions proposed, in my... by Burl Hall on Saturday, Jul 7, 2012 at 10:06:52 AM