That there are two types of evolution upon the planet is becoming evident everyday as we look around and try to understand what kind of people would do the things in society that are being perpetrated against innocent people by governments and nations, banking houses and multinational corporations….
What the Nephilim did was to take a primitve man, Homo erectus, and drastically alter his capabilities by implanting in him their own image and likeness. -Messengers Mark and E C Prophet, see https://books.google.com/books?id=zOLOfDMy10gC&pg=PA162&dq=clare+prophet+multinationals&hl=en&sa=X&ei=5CcbVbrFOdbhoATs0YHIBA&ved=0CDIQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=clare%20prophet%20multinationals&f=false
TPP and TTIP
3-28-15 Earlier this week an all-party committee of UK Members of Parliament released a scathing report on the trade agreement. The Business, Innovation and Skills committee said the government needed “stronger evidence” to back up its claim that TTIP would bring a boost of £100bn a year to the UK.
The report also warned that the case had yet to be made for the highly controversial investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS), a provision that elevates individual foreign corporations and investors to equal (or arguably superior) status with a sovereign nation’s government. If signed, it would allow companies to skirt domestic courts and directly “sue” signatory governments for compensation in foreign extrajudicial tribunals.
As I reported in “The Global Corporatocracy is Just a Pen Stroke Away From Completion,” the ISDS provision is what gives the new generation of trade treaties such as TTIP their sharp claws and canine teeth. If allowed to take universal effect, the system will impose above our governments a rigid framework of international corporate law designed to exclusively protect the interests of corporations, relieving them of all financial risk and social and environmental responsibility.
For US trade representatives, ISDS remains a non-negotiable element of both TTIP and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). http://wolfstreet.com/2015/03/28/don-quijones-global-corporatocracy-eu-us-trade-pact-resistance-ttip/
10-3-14 ZEESE: Under the TPP, money can go into and out of countries without much control by the government. So the corporations, the big banks, will have much more control over the capital controls of a country than the country will. And if a country takes a step to try to regulate the financial industry or set up a public bank to represent public interests, they could be sued.
JAY: By individual corporations.
ZEESE: By individual corporations in a trade tribunal, which is a three-person tribunal. Most of the judges will be corporate lawyers on leave from their corporate job, putting on their robe and being a judge, deciding in favor of the corporation, no doubt, and then going back to their corporate job. And what they’re suing for is the potential loss damages, not actual damages. But we planned on making money here. Here’s how we were going to do it. We were going to–now you–we’re going to lose $10 million because of you. The country then has to pay $10 million in damages for a labor agreement, a finance agreement, consumer protection, environmental protection. Whatever it is the country wants to do, it can be stopped by a corporation suing a trade tribunal.
FLOWERS: I think an excellent example of that is what’s happening with Canada. Right now there’s a company in the U.S. called Lone Pine Industries that wants to frack in an area of Canada that’s banned fracking.
ZEESE: Under the Saint Lawrence River.
FLOWERS: So they’re suing the Canadian government for $250 million for loss of expected profit….
ZEESE: Well, the Obama administration’s very serious about it. They are not playing along. They’re not just mouthing words. They’re not [incompr.] They want this to pass. This is a major gift to the transnational corporations from President Obama, his outgoing gift to them. I’m sure it’ll be great for his fundraising for the Obama library and presidential center.But this agreement can be stopped. I think that’s the most important thing.People did not like NAFTA, and this is NAFTA on steroids. People do not like the WTO, and this is WTO on steroids. This is a global corporate coup no matter what issue you care about, whether it’s wages, jobs, protecting the environment, stopping the use of coal, stopping fracking. You pick the issue. This issue is going to adversely affect it. So every activist in this country should be working right now helping to stop the TPP. http://therealnews.com/t2/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=31&Itemid=74&jumival=9985