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Is the TPP a step towards NWO?

Asked by SquirrelEStuff (9178points) November 5th, 2015

For those who are unaware, there is a theory that many of the leaders of the US and the world are moving towards a one world government, or New World Order, which would basically be a single government run by banks and corporations (not that we dont have that now).
Go on google and youtube and you will find Bill Clinton, George Bush, Henry Kissinger, and even Albert Einstein calling for a one world government, or New World Order.

With what we know of the TPP so far, is this possibly a large step in this direction?

There was a book written in 1991 called Behold A Pale Horse (more specifically, a chapter called Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars), which lays out a blueprint to achieve such a thing. When reading this chapter, it becomes clearly obvious that these steps have been taken over the past 50 or so years, including mass data collection, economic shock testing, and perpetual war.
What do you think is the ultimate goal of the TPP?

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stanleybmanly's avatar

The thing that it is really important to understand is that all of these treaties, NAFTA, CAFTA, TPP, etc, they’re actually about invalidating government restrictions on corporate policies and practices. It turns out that it’s less efficient to travel from country to country attempting to buy up politicians and unstable governments. The American model cannot always be duplicated elsewhere. The EU restrictions on Frankenfoods, antibiotic and hormone loaded meat,etc. demonstrated to corporations the value of having the barriers to the introduction of harmful or destructive practices removed in advance.

Strauss's avatar

The ultimate goal of the TPP, NAFTA, CAFTA, and all the other initials out there are, as @stanleybmanly so eloquently stated, for the good of international corporations.

Hypocrisy_Central's avatar

Rollerball will come true…....wow….....

jerv's avatar

~It can’t be. The Conservatives that think the UN is a socialist paramilitary force that will steal our guns and convert us to Islam support the TPP.

SquirrelEStuff's avatar

@jerv

But from someone who believes that the two party’s are one of the same and is kept that way because it is easy to manipulate, I believe liberals and conservatives who subscribe to this system and keep the two party system afloat, are both naive to the fact that not everything is a left/right paradigm and that there are many things that the left and right actually work together on, while making the public believe they have counter viewpoints.

We need to stop thinking this way and realize that although many of these politicians pretend to oppose each other, behinds the scenes, they are working together on many of the more important issues that we actually face, while publicizing “issues” that really only benefit a few.

Divide and conquer

jerv's avatar

@SquirrelEStuff Fifteen years ago, I would’ve agreed with you. Nowadays, you’re either an homophobic racist zealot who hates poor people, a Democrat, or disenfranchised. Anything that you may think that the you can get people from both sides to work together on isn’t a sign of compromise, but of members of one side turning traitor.

One grain of truth there is that enough Republicans are willing to defy party leadership in order to get things done as you claim to actually keep our nation running. But even then, that’s the left and center working; the right does what they can to sabotage that, and ostracizes any of it’s members that are willing to compromise. And the voters are even less forgiving. We’re only functional because the GOP is no longer uniform due to the radicalization of some (but not all) of it’s members.

I really wish you were correct, as that would revive my hope that someday soon we will have a multi-party coalition government. However, looking at the South, I think that there is no chance of that, at least not unless we split the nation like it was in 1862.

”... while making the public believe they have counter viewpoints.”

Are you trying to tell me that I am a devout Evangelist? Or a misogynist? Or that Obama really was born in Kenya instead of Hawaii? There is no delusion there; I DO have a viewpoint counter to to many who vote Republican. I have friends who also vote Republican who share some of my views… though some don’t call themselves Republican or Conservative for fear of excommunication.

There was a time you were right. I call that time “The distant past”.

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