Trans-Pacific Partnership, Agenda 21 and Redistribution of Wealth via EO and Cap & Trade

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Yet another grand decision by this administration, in which the United States Congress has had no say, is the Trans-Pacific Partnership.


From left are Naoto Kan (Japan), Nguyen Minh Triet (Vietnam), Julia Gillard (Australia), Sebastián Piñera (Chile), Lee Hsien Loong (Singapore), Barack Obama (United States), John Key (New Zealand), Hassanal Bolkiah (Brunei), Alan García (Peru), and Muhyiddin Yassin (Malaysia).

Their goal is to conclude talks by the end of this year. To be clear, this is not about helping business and industry in this country.  As with everything this administration has done it is about “leveling the playing field,” and not only here in the US, but globally. It is about global redistribution of wealth, which does not mean bringing other countries up to our standards. It means bringing our standards down, all in the name of equality.

This is what needs to be understood when reading the United Nations’ Agenda 21 publication. It is a way of allegedly “improving conditions” in developing countries, which threatens to bring us down to levels we have never really experienced before. In the excerpt below, from the Agenda 21 publication, see the repeated mention of  “developing countries.”

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