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Obama’s Super Secret Treaty Which Will Push The Deindustrialization Of America Into Overdrive

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Barack Obama With His Hand On The Resolute DeskDid you know that Barack Obama has been secretly negotiating the most important trade agreement since the formation of the World Trade Organization?  Did you know that this agreement will impose very strict Internet copyright rules, ban all “Buy American” laws, give Wall Street banks much more freedom to trade risky derivatives and force even more domestic manufacturing offshore?  If you have not heard about this treaty, don’t feel bad.  Obama has refused to even give Congress a copy of the draft agreement and he has banned members of Congress from attending the negotiations.  The plan is to keep this treaty secret until the very last minute and then to railroad it through Congress and have it signed into law by October.  The treaty is known as “the Trans-Pacific Partnership”, and the nations that are reported to be involved in the development of this treaty include the United States, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Peru, Brunei, Singapore, Vietnam and Malaysia.  Opponents of this treaty refer to it as “the NAFTA of the Pacific”, and if it is enacted it will push the deindustrialization of America into overdrive.

The “one world” economic agenda that Barack Obama has been pushing is absolutely killing the U.S. economy.  As you will see later in this article, we are losing jobs and businesses at an astounding pace.  And each new “free trade” agreement makes things even worse.

For example, just check out the impact that the recent free trade agreement that Obama negotiated with South Korea is having on us

  • A 10 percent decline of U.S. exports to Korea
  • The U.S. trade deficit with Korea has climbed 37 percent
  • U.S. auto industry has been crippled
  • Loss of U.S. control where international trade, banking and finance is concerned
  • A projected 159,000 jobs will be lost

Wait a second – I though that “free trade” agreements were actually supposed to increase exports.

So why have they declined by 10 percent?

Did someone make a really bad deal?

And of course we have all seen the economic devastation that NAFTA has wrought.

When NAFTA was pushed through Congress in 1993, the United States actually had a trade surplus with Mexico of 1.6 billion dollars.  By 2010, we had a trade deficit with Mexico of 61.6 billion dollars.

And “free trade” with China has turned out to be a complete and total nightmare as well.

Back in 1985, our trade deficit with China was approximately 6 million dollars (million with a little “m”) for the entire year.

In 2012, our trade deficit with China was 315 billion dollars.  That was the largest trade deficit that one nation has had with another nation in the history of the world.

But instead of learning from the mistakes of the past, Barack Obama is pressing for more “free trade” agreements.

The New York Times is calling the Trans-Pacific Partnership “the most significant international commercial agreement since the creation of the World Trade Organization in 1995“.  It is reportedly going to include a whole host of provisions which would never be able to get through Congress on their own.  Even though this treaty will affect all of our daily lives, the Obama administration is keeping this treaty a total secret.  In fact, Obama won’t even show it to Congress even though members of Congress have asked repeatedly to see it…

The agreement, under negotiation since 2008, would set new rules for everything from food safety and financial markets to medicine prices and Internet freedom. It would include at least 12 of the countries bordering the Pacific and be open for more to join. President Obama has said he wants to sign it by October.

Although Congress has exclusive constitutional authority to set the terms of trade, so far the executive branch has managed to resist repeated requests by members of Congress to see the text of the draft agreement and has denied requests from members to attend negotiations as observers — reversing past practice.

While the agreement could rewrite broad sections of nontrade policies affecting Americans’ daily lives, the administration also has rejected demands by outside groups that the nearly complete text be publicly released.

So exactly who in the world does this guy think that he is?  Why won’t Obama let us know exactly what is in this treaty?

Fortunately, there have been a few leaks.  One thing that we have discovered is that this new treaty would reportedly ban all “Buy American laws“.

That certainly would not be popular if it got out.

And do you remember SOPA?

The American people wanted nothing to do with the very strict Internet copyright provisions of SOPA and loudly expressed their displeasure to members of Congress.

Unfortunately, now the provisions of SOPA are back.  It is being reported that most of the provisions of SOPA have been quietly inserted into this treaty.  If this treaty is enacted, those provisions will become law and the American people will not be able to do anything about it.

And according to the New York Times, there are all sorts of other disturbing things that have been slipped into the treaty…

And yet another leak revealed that the deal would include even more expansive incentives to relocate domestic manufacturing offshore than were included in Nafta — a deal that drained millions of manufacturing jobs from the American economy.

The agreement would also be a boon for Wall Street and its campaign to water down regulations put in place after the 2008 financial crisis. Among other things, it would practically forbid bans on risky financial products, including the toxic derivatives that helped cause the crisis in the first place.

Are you starting to understand why the Obama administration is keeping this treaty such a secret?

If the details of this treaty were revealed to the American people right now, it would create such an uproar that Congress would never approve this treaty.

So please share this article with as many people as you can.  We have got to get the American people educated about this.

Enough damage has already been done to the U.S. economy by “free trade” agreements.  Just consider the following statistics…

-The United States has lost more than 56,000 manufacturing facilities since 2001.

-Back in the year 2000, there were more than 17 million Americans working in manufacturing.  Now there are less than 12 million.

-There are less Americans working in manufacturing today than there was in 1950 even though the population of the country has more than doubled since then.

-According to the Economic Policy Institute, America is losing half a million jobs to China every single year.

-According to Professor Alan Blinder of Princeton University, 40 million more U.S. jobs could be sent offshore over the next two decades if current trends continue.

-Today, corporate profits as a percentage of U.S. GDP are at an all-time high, but wages as a percentage of U.S. GDP are near an all-time low.

-Without enough good jobs, more Americans are becoming dependent on the government.  If you can believe it, the number of Americans on food stamps has gone from about 17 million in the year 2000 to more than 47 million today.

-Overall, the United States has run a trade deficit of more than 8 trillion dollars with the rest of the world since 1975.

And things continue to get even worse.  The Institute for Supply Management manufacturing index declined to 49.0 in May.  Any reading below 50 indicates contraction.

That was the lowest reading that we have seen since June 2009.  Just like most of the rest of the world, we are rapidly heading toward another major economic downturn.

And if you want a perfect visual example of what deindustrialization is doing to America, just look at the city of Detroit.

It was once one of the greatest manufacturing cities in the history of the world, but now it is a rotting, decaying, festering hellhole.

According to the New York Times, there are now approximately 70,000 abandoned buildings in Detroit, and at this point the city is so broke that there is talk that the female giraffe at the Detroit Zoo could be sold off to help pay the bills.

For much more on how deindustrialization is ripping the guts out of the U.S. economy, please see the following articles…

1) “55 Reasons Why You Should Buy Products That Are Made In America

2) “40 Ways That China Is Beating America

3) “Show This To Anyone That Believes That ‘Things Are Getting Better’ In America

4) “10 Amazing Charts That Demonstrate The Slow, Agonizing Death Of The American Worker

5) “22 Stats That Show How The Emerging One World Economy Is Absolutely Killing American Workers

What Barack Obama is trying to do is a mind blowing mistake.

The “one world” economic agenda that he is pursuing is destroying the American worker and the American middle class.

U.S. workers are being thrown into a global labor pool with workers on the other side of the planet that live in countries where it is legal to pay slave labor wages.

Do you want to directly compete with a worker on the other side of the globe that is doing your job for a dollar an hour with no benefits?

If not, you need to stand up and make your voice be heard.

There is no way in the world that American workers should have to compete for jobs with workers making slave labor wages in communist China.

What we desperately need are some red-blooded economic patriots to arise and to tell both political parties that we do not want this “one world” economic agenda.

So what do you think?

Will the American people wake up, or will our economy continue to lose thousands of businesses and millions of jobs?

Please feel free to post a comment with your thoughts below…

  • Rodster

    It’s too late to awake the American people. The train has LONG left the station.

    • Charlie

      The government workers and public sector workers and public school teachers are crying out for their jobs and want jobs for life even if they are accused of crimes!

      • markthetruth

        Speaking of School’s and other Public Environment’s, anyone esle Notice that even with all that Beauty Crap,Plastic Surgery and Diets American’s are becoming “UGLY.”

        the end…

        • FreeThinker

          Ugliness on the inside leaks to the outside.

  • seth datta

    Hmm let me see… In the UK, US, Canada etc.. we have
    (1) mass immigration
    (2) jobs being offshored
    (3) accelerated wealth disparity
    and lots of other stuff, happening AT THE SAME TIME IN ALL THESE COUNTRIES, and it just happens to be by chance? I would say all of this looks planned!

    Everyone abroad KNOWS what ob@ma is about and hates him. I know he’s a shill.

    • Charlie

      UK, US and Canada are doing okay as long you are a public sector worker represented by a communist public trade union. In fact, many public sector workers are fighting for jobs for life in Canada.

    • FreeThinker

      Take a look at The Roman Empire. I think one might find many similarities between then and now.


    I for one believe our economy is on the verge of collapse. It appears that the people that are in real power want to bring the standard of living down to what the rest of the world are working at..With this new Asian trade agreement that ought to get us there real fast. I don’t believe we will make it past the end of Oct of this year before the stock market crashes. It will be the beginning of the end for the American economy as we knew it.

    • Tim

      I think TPTB are going to keep this going for longer than we think which will only prolong the pain. This is all about maintaining their power. Most–but not all–of our “leaders” in Washington are there because of what’s in it for them. They don’t care about us.

      I think there are more Americans who want the opportunity to work and provide for their families than there are those who want to be dependent on the state. But the jobs that afford a living wage are getting fewer and farther between. And if this new trade agreement goes into effect, there will be even fewer good paying jobs and more Americans dependent on government handouts.

      Things will continue as they have…..until they don’t.

      • RICHARD

        Tim, Robini believes that the economy will go for another 2 years and he is pretty smart. Q-E could keep it going. If you look at Europe they are rioting everyday all over, Spain, Italy, Greece, France, you don’t hear about it on the news but it’s happening. Then don’t forget the middle east. This whole world is a powder keg. It will just take one thing to happen and there will be total koas I still believe we’ll crash before the end of Oct of this year..

        • Tim

          It’s hard to say. You make some good points. But the smartest people out there have been wrong for years now. We just don’t know when the next major downturn will start. It could be tomorrow, or it could be 3 years from now. I’m amazed that things are as good as they are, especially here in the South. Maybe secession is the answer.

    • MeMadMax

      Oblabber wants us down to 3rd world status, I don’t think the majority of congress realizes that. The dems are STILL in hyperpartisan mode, the gop is in stupid mode, the people are in don’t give a hit mode… In all actuality, I hope we fall so that these kids learn some useful skills besides being able to text message 1000+ words a minute….

  • jaxon64

    100% intentional destruction of America…and another HUGE step toward the one world monetary system.
    Many of us have known this was coming and would be manifested at these end times, however it is still disheartening to see the elimination of America–dismantled with barely a whimper by the populace also….

    • cateye

      Destroyed from within. Much will be written about this betrayal once we emerge from the shroud of darkness that is coming down over mankind.

    • Rodster

      The reason there has barely been a whimper from the public is because the govt has conditioned the populace over the last 50 years for this very moment in time.

      • Louise in MO

        But, I’m wondering why some of us were NOT conditioned and so many more were?

    • Azure Seas

      Obama was elected to level the playing field in order to usher in the NWO. That’s all.

    • Louise in MO

      However, I’m curious as to whwy some of us were NOT conditioned and many more were?

  • Sergi

    This is my first comment in your blog but I’ve been following you some time ago.
    I am from Barcelona, Spain. I was in DC for 3 months in 2011 and I loved US culture bla, bla, bla.
    But… things are getting worst everywhere… and… I can tell you that here, in Spain things are becoming ABSOLUTELY DEVASTATING… I feel really devastated…
    Thngs for your blog, Michael.

    • Rodster

      One thing about liberalism and socialism, it loves to spread the pain evenly.

      • cateye

        It is a disease…perhaps fatal.

      • markthetruth

        Just the Opposite it Create two Classes the Rich and the Poor slaves.

        the end…

        • Rodster

          And that’s how you arrive at the pain.

        • Gay Veteran

          hmmmm, sounds like our current version of “capitalism”

      • Adrian

        What’s amazing about your comment is that it’s global finance capitalism that is causing all this misery, not socialism.

        • Louise in MO

          I think the people in communist China, North Korea, Russia, etc.etc. would totally disagree with you.

          • Adrian

            You’re comparing apples to oranges. Russia is no longer communist, hasn’t been in about 22 years now…They also got a crash course in capitalism, which destroyed their economy and now their quality of life is even worse than it was under Communism, as is longevity. China has a capitalist economic system enforced by a brutal communist party. If you want to know one reason for the Tiennanmen Square massacre it is because the protestors were against brutal free market policies. See Naomi Klein’s Shock Doctrine for more on that. As for the glories of capitalism, well, a look at the US and Europe should show you how that’s going. North Korea, I really don’t consider that a true socialist system any more than Stalin’s was. It is a brutal regime where the elites have everything and the rest have nothing.

    • Mustard Seed


      What can you tell us about how life has changed in recent times in your area of the world? We see very little about Spain in main stream news. Very little. Too many filters here in U.S.

  • K

    America has been in the way of the elite, for too long. As long as we had a large middle class, and decent paying jobs. This situation was not going to change. Obama is just a puppet, as is most of the Congress. If the U.S. can be neutralized, nothing is left in their way. Take a look at who is attending the Bilderberg meeting this week. Let me tell you, that is just the second string players. The U.S. citizens will not wake up in time, anymore than the citizens of ancient Rome woke up in time.

  • markthetruth


    Technology is Shrinking the World. They are now working on Transportation as in the Drive Through Bank Tubes using Magnectic Levitation at Speeds of up to 4000 Thousand Miles and Hour. The Faster we Go the Smaller the World is Becoming and People will Be able to Live anywhere in the World . Live in the US and go to Dinner in France just As Driving to a Big City From a Suberbun Area. It Will Destroy the separation of Continents and Vacation Spots will Be Like Going to the Park. And Destroying the Man’s need For Adventure . So We are Not Satisfied with earth as we explored Almost Explored %100 of it. We will Need to Concur the Universe . Also We are getting Close to where the Human Head Will be Placed on a Robotic Body as they are Find Our Body’s are Just Tools for our Brain.

    the end…

    • Charlie

      Technology was supposed to help us, not take away our jobs through automation.

      • markthetruth

        What good is Technology when it’s used for Destruction Such as Nuclear Bomb.

        the end…

        • Das

          It’s not technology’s fault, it’s the people that use it unwisely.

          • markthetruth

            A Bomb is a Bomb and is Made for Killing

            the end…

          • Azure Seas

            Wrong! Technology destroys jobs that would otherwise be done by a living, breathing person. Every new technology displaces 50 people or more from the work force.

          • das

            your right. got me. please give up your car, ipad, tv, your home a.c. and heat because technology sucks. you cant have it both ways. Did the guy making horse shoes in the 1900’s lose his job when cars came out? no he learned new skills and makes tires now.

          • thejerkstore

            Oh please, yes let’s go back to delivering goods by wagon, let’s dig ditches by hand, let’s travel on gravel roads, let’s use typewriters. Your argument has been destroyed by Bastiat almost two hundred yrs ago, Henry Hazlitts Economics in one easy lesson should be on your reading list.

        • Boo-urns

          See above.

      • Azure Seas

        For every technology created, a new set of problems developes. For every automation technology, 50 people are displaced from the work force.

      • FreeThinker

        They don’t offer free training for new jobs either.

        • Louise in MO

          Well, there are free libraries that have thousands of books on learning new skills.

          For instance, I tajght myself speed writing (instead of tedious shorthand) from a library book and it landed me a job at a higher salary.

    • Das

      Really, what’s so bad about that. So I could go to Japan for diner tonight? The world is here for us to explore. Lets do it!

      • markthetruth

        But when it’s Next Door and convenient it isn’t as exciting . The Thrill is Gone. People in the US have never been to our own Wonder’s and Live within Hours of them. People in New Jersey Have never Been to the Statue of Liberty.

        the end…

        • Boo-urns

          Learn to use capitals and apostrophes properly. Perhaps instead of dreaming of traveling the US you should have paid more attention in school.

          • markthetruth

            I Know how that’s Why it makes you WONDER.

            the end…

          • Azure Seas

            You have the odacity to criticize others. You must be an dumb-ass yourself!

      • Azure Seas

        Why go somewhere else?

    • Azure Seas

      I’d like to add to this comment. Can you imagine a world where every countries individual sovereignty is destroyed. Every country, it’s customs and traditions will seize to exist. Yes, they will look like they are today, but the people will all behave in exactly the same way they do everywhere else. The whole world will be nothing more than a global Disneyland and the ticket prices will continue to increase, forever. IMHO, I’d prefer to visit a country based on it’s uniqueness, otherwise I’ll just stay home.

      • markthetruth

        E X A C T L Y !

        the end…

      • Orange Jean

        … or maybe more like a global Detroit… a lot worse than Disneyland.

  • Charlie

    I am a 19 year old male student. I read this blog regularly and I can’t believe that my peers think this website is a “conspiracy”

    Welcome to the Brave New World. The education system is indoctrinating students to accept the agenda and dismiss the claims from non-mainstream sources. Most of the students with liberal degrees are brainwashed and only the Women’s Studies graduates get higher job prospects than other degrees in the liberal Arts.

    The ones who get jobs and the ones collecting tons of welfare (WORKFARE is better than WELFARE) are already blinded or shielded from the harsh economic reality.

    Until, the businesses start to lay off people and the government forces austerity, then people will wake up.

    Bill Clinton made a big mistake signing NAFTA. Another trade agreement is going to wreck the job market in America (unless you want to work for pennies a day when rent is at least $500 a month in the cities)

    • Rodster

      Welcome aboard, maybe there is hope for the future !

      • lifter

        I’m 21 and studying at the moment. I wrote a paper on advocating for the average/middle-class American (I’m Australian). I did awful despite spending a lot of time and research on it. Apparently the facts that I referenced are just “opinions”. Even when Michael has facts from the Bureau of statistics and other sources. No-one wants to hear the truth…

        • Rodster

          Stay the course because when the SHTF they will be looking to you for answers/

        • cateye

          “No-one wants to hear the truth”….you got that right.

        • FreeThinker

          Most people hate the truth. Others are grateful that there is one more person willing to tell the truth.

          “Even if you are a minority of one, the truth is the truth.” -Mahatma Gahndi

    • Azure Seas

      $500 per month? Try $1350 per month. If you are paying $500, then you must be living in a hell-hole.

      • FreeThinker

        Don’t even get us started on property taxes in urban areas.

      • RealityBetraysUs

        In California most rents are 1000$ a month along the coast, 1200$ in bayarea, and only in depressed farm areas like Fresno or Salinas can you find 600$ a month apts.Cheaper rents can be found int Texas 500$ month, but what you save in rent you lose in electrical costs to pay for airconditioning try 80degrees in Dallas Tx during December.

    • Mustard Seed

      My oldest is 19 and is really starting to turn away from reading anything about the economy. I think many in the up and coming generation are disgusted and angry about the bleak future they are facing. My oldest is also disgusted by the amount of indoctrination that goes on in “advanced” education.

      There is a conspiracy all right…a conspiracy of lunatic politicians and leaders worldwide. They think they know what they are doing, but they don’t have a clue. Like Martin Armstrong wrote recently:

      I have said this many times. This is just gibberish. Yes those in
      government try to manipulate society and the economy. They are fools and
      it always fails. What we face is far worse than some sinister group in
      absolute control. This is out of control and we are in the back seat of a
      car driven by a Kangaroo. There is nobody in control. They do not even
      comprehend how to control what they cannot understand.

      I have always stood up for what is right. I would be the first
      screaming if there was some sinister group in control. Sorry – there is
      none. We are not only on our own, but we have nobody to even lead us in
      the right direction. We get what we vote for.

      I am starting to think he is right.

    • peaceangel

      Charlie—A conspiracy theory is nothing more than two or more people who go in search for the truth. Regarding conspiracy theories in the US it has many times been reported that 90% of them are true. This is a 200 year old agenda run by the Bilderberg families and they literally run the world. You can see that it came from two Nazi’s from Germany more than 200 years ago on WIKI and the evolution of the Secret society of the Free Masons which the Bilderbergs were born into and then the evolution through the Illuminatti era and the Skull and Bonesmen which most of our presidents have been since our beginnings and most all the dinos in DC are Skull and Bonesmen and they are the puppets for the families. You can see the families listed on WIKI also. Good hunting and IF you can, leave the US and go to a more friendly and happy place and a place that is not the model for the NWO.

  • 2Gary2

    Corporate management are elite troops in the class war. Their
    behavior makes it ever more clear that corporations are not “people”.

    Re-regulate the corporations and tax them. If they won’t honor the
    old social compact of recycling profits into the USA via wages,
    benefits, R&D and reinvestment, then we have to collect them as

    • Robert (qslv)

      Who is “we” ?

      • CrowCross

        “We” are the suffering American Middle and Lower Class.

  • 2Gary2

    18 Of America’s Biggest Companies Using Tax Havens To Skirt $92 Billion In U.S. Taxes: CTJ

    Tax these corp and spread the wealth. Tax all their overpaid ceo and vp’s and spread the wealth.

    • Das

      Lets not forget how many people theses companies employ. Forget the 92 billon, what about the 80 billon that is printed every month?

      • 2Gary2

        typical–answer a different question than was asked. I am simply saying to stop giving these tax cheating companies a free pass.

        • Robert (qslv)

          And who would do this?

        • Rodster

          That’s impossible because the companies that are receiving the tax breaks are the one’s who voted in those GIVING out the tax breaks. So the tail wags the dog.

    • Robert (qslv)

      Can’t let you get away with this, Gary. These are NOT, I repeat NOT American companies. They have corporate offices all over the world and leave their profits offshore and do most of their business offshore to avoid American taxes already.

      The interlocking boards of directors of these corporations are former and future members of Congress, the Military, the Executive and Judicial branches of the U.S. Govt.

      The corporate structure and the U.S. Government are one and the same entity. Why do you think the Govt would tax International corporations and even if they could, why do you think the “wealth ” would get “spread” to you?

      Your only options are to forbid them from doing business in the U.S. or go to the foreign country where they hold their assets and confiscate them at gunpoint. This is what the Somali Pirates do. Retaliation would be swift and sure, and result in a world war the likes of which we’ve never seen. Anyway who would step up to this task? You, Gary?

      Ignorance corrected is forgiveable. Stupidity is hopeless and incurable.

    • Maggie

      Even if the corporations are taxed, the government will either steal the money or give away the money to the same corporations through contracts and concessions. Think!

      • Louise in MO

        They will also give away billions and billions to countries who hate our guts. And, do you really think, Gary, that any of that money goes to feed their starving people?

    • Louise in MO

      No….the IRS needs to be dismant;ed. A flat tax or fair tax put in it’s place. Then, Gary, it will be equitable. Of course, those who have lived on welfare for generations will have to pay a little also. The rich and big corporations would not have loopholes and your argument would disappear.

      Then, the people who want to work hard and succeed will be free to do so. The wealthy would still be wealthy but definitely would be paying more into the system.

  • Hetalia

    That’s okay. We’ll all wipe each others’ fannies, change each others’ bed pans and cook each others’ food. It’s a service economy, yo!

  • doug

    Third world country status………here we come. Thank you BO

    • FreeThinker

      A drive through several US cities and one will already think they are in the third world. Some rural areas aren’t looking so hot either.

  • Gone in a flash.

    God said, He will blind the minds of the unbelievers…Like sheep lead to the slauter. I didn’t vote for him, so good luck.

  • angel

    2 Corinthians 4:4 says satan tries to blind…,
    In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them.

    • Boo-urns

      Blah blah blah… more mindless drivel based on ancient mythology.

      If you saw a man standing on the street talking to an invisible friend begging for help you’d call him crazy. Just sayin’…

      • Louise in MO

        Well, the time will come when you might be the one standing on the street talking to the ONLY invisible force that CAN help you. Of course you obviously think He’s a myth, and you won’t get the help.

  • Chuck Coppes


    When I lecture I pose two questions to folks. What is being done to the US is either by incompetence and mistakes or by clever design and conspiracy – same question Gary Allen posed in his best-selling underground book None Call it Conspiracy (circa. 1970).

    Here is what you conclude with:
    What Barack Obama is trying to do is a mind blowing mistake. The “one world” economic agenda that he is pursuing is destroying the American worker and the American middle class.

    What this Manchurian Candidate is doing is not a mind-blowing mistake but part of a one world agenda. This near-term agenda is the Cloward-Piven strategy of 1966 at Columbia University (where he attended and Brzezinski taught).

    Out of chaos is order. Just sayin.

  • Steve

    Why do the nations rage so furiously together and the people imagine a vain thing.

  • Barry Sucks

    Barry is moving FORWARD into making the USA into a 3rd world country.

  • Keywee

    New Zealand’s “leader” is pushing for us to steal a tiny percentage of your manufacturing jobs via this treaty. He actually stated publicly (well, his inept finance minister did) that he wanted Keywees to work for less to encourage manufacturers to move their factories here. Just like in all the other countries on that list, not many Keywees are making a fuss about this treaty, they are all too distracted by reality television and sport. I’ve known about it for over two years and have been waiting for the public outcry over the loss of sovereignty ever since. Still waiting……….

  • RattlerRider

    It’s always a “conspiracy” before it evolves into a reality.

  • Jodi

    ObAllah does what he wants, congress is just irrelevant.

  • grumpyhillbilly

    Its kinda like milking a cow before it heads to the slaughter house. Not much to milk before its done.

    However its a relief that Hollywood and Silicon Valley will finally get its SOPA. Perhaps we finally tax them to finance our welfare checks, so we the little people can afford their high prices.

    Wall Street is just cooking up anything to keep itself going. Just says to me the end is near for their parade. Hope wherever they hide, someone has a hangman’s noose ready rather than a brown nose.

  • K

    For now. the treaty speaks of the international gun trade. The danger is it starts a registry of firearms. Here is how it will proceed. Later in the summer, the President will sign it. He will then shelve it. Somewhere not too far down the road. It will be attached to a must pass Senate bill. And thus it will pass into law. We have already heard multiple Senators, admit they have passed things without reading them.

    • Orange Jean

      Good point, I missed that first time around.

      I guess I’m surprised though that they haven’t yet tried for a “universal” health care system, where all our medical records are available to the UN or some such “global” entity.. tho maybe that’s hidden among all those pages in the Obamacare documents?

  • Rufus T Firefly

    Asians deserve to rule the world…they outthink, outwork and outsave Europeans, Africans and the North and South Americans. Obamessiah is just hastening the inevitable

  • MichaelfromTheEconomicCollapse

    I have temporarily lowered the Kindle version of my new book to $2.99. So if you are on a tight budget or if you want to send out copies to your friends as gifts (just click Give as a Gift on the Amazon page) now is your chance…

    Anyone with a computer can read the Kindle version. A free reader that allows you to read the Kindle version on any computer can be found here…

    If you have any questions about this please let me know.


    • MiniBooger

      Hi Michael, I don’t have a Kindle, I use an iPad. Any chance your book will be made available in iTunes? Or even a hard copy?

    • Boo-urns

      And this has what to do with this article? Answer: nothing. Shameless sales pitch in the comments.

      • peaceangel

        So you prefer he NOT advertise on his own blog to get the word out about the NWO??

        IS that your point??

  • hydrogator

    Both the democrats and the GOP are selling out this country. As the US loses more and more jobs, people will just go on government aid. The rich will get richer and the poor more poor. That is until you can not feed your family anymore. Until half the population is living in mud huts. Where the middle class is government workers only and there is no hope of upward mobility for the rest. That is how it is in my wife’s country. Then we will see if there are any Americans left with spines and we see if the marxist problem in the US can be fixed.

    • otter1111

      It sounds like this one’s all on Obama.

  • Minarch

    This is the US counter attack against China. This is how trade wars escalate.

    • Minarch

      And its not about destroying America’s export trade, that already happened. The USD is on it;s way to ending up being the strongest currency after the great collapse / deflation. Those left with USD (banks/wealthy) will buy up the rest of the world’s cheap ‘stuff’ for decades after this SHTF economic event. Get over the ‘made in America’ broken record, that ship already sailed to China. This trade deal is all about a post China trade war survival strategy for the US elite. Hold onto your USDs, they will buy a lot more foreign made crap in years to come. Also hedge with a little gold and silver but mainly hold on to dollar bills people!

  • raptor45

    There is an upside to this though. All of the people who supported this dirty little commie are going to suffer greatly. Toughskishitski, comrades.

  • Gary Bertnick

    Is our President a new type of “Manchurian candidate” with America in the cross hairs?

  • disqus_YM1zS5UUqD

    people are living in a bubble and don’t care about what happens on the outside of there bubble world.
    only when their bubble get popped do they get mad.
    then its to late.

  • FreeThinker

    I have spoken with quite a few immigrants from Cuba. I have never met anyone that loves freedom and opposes Communism more than the Cuban people I spoke with. When they shared personal stories of what it was like to live under Communism, it really makes one realize how much some Americans take for granted.

    Want to talk about using what you have, Cuba has very resourceful, inventive people. Some solutions they come up with out of only the most simple supplies is truly a testament to human ingenuity.

  • Kukye

    The illegal law the negro makes are not Constitutional they need not be obeyed.

    Many people do not know this.

  • Gay Veteran

    I fixed your sentence: free trade should provide impetus for businesses at home to lower cost of production through slave labor wages and debt peonage

  • jaded

    Pedro The Lion – Magazine.

    “healthy skin, perfect teeth, designed to hide what lies beneath”

  • Jason7189

    What would the Government do, if we had our own uprising here in America? It’s eventually going to take that, to change the course we’re on. Patriots are: a person who regards himself or herself as a defender, especially of individual rights, against presumed interference by the Federal Government.

  • farmasyst

    There’s no doubt that this A-Hole is the most self-absorbed, corrupt and smug piece of crap to ever inhabit the Oval office. More and more, it seems like the train has left the station. Too many Americans are too fu**ing stupid to realize this, which does not bode well for the future.

    • Louise in MO

      If any president needs to be run out of office it is the one we presently have siting in the Oval Office in the White House. BUT, I don’t think there are enough red-blooded Americans left who have the guts to do it.

  • Truelitistnot

    The American experiment gone all wrong.

  • Veritae

    We rose on a meteoric climb to a superpower; we should expect the fall to be equal to the ratio of our rejection of the principles that made our meteoric climb possible. What goes up must necessarily come down. And we do not have the luxury of a soft parachute…

  • janmarnc

    Someone needs to go into the Oval Office and just YANK HIM BY THE NECK and throw HIM into prison…preferably GITMO!!! EVERYTHING he does is ILLEGAL and NO ONE is STOPPING HIM??? COME ON, PEOPLE…HE’S KILLING US!!!

  • Guest

    he does is ILLEGAL and NO ONE is there to STOP HIM??? COME ON, PEOPLE!!! HE’S KILLING US!!!

  • Republicans unanimously support Obama’s trade policies. Mitt Romney if elected would be pursuing the
    same trade objectives. To pretend Republicans are a viable alternative to Democrats is an excuse to scratch your prejudices.

    • Boo-urns

      Bingo. Wake up people! One side is NO BETTER than the other!

  • George Stainbrook

    They aren’t “making mistakes”. This is a deliberate attack of the western civilization. Everything these people do is an attack of the government they have been trying to destroy since the seventies. In many cases the same people are directing the actions taken. Why are Americans so blind they can’t even see their own enemies?

  • Louise in MO

    We know what Obama has up his sleeve. He’s been very clear in both of the presidentiaal election cycles. For the most part the average American is NOT informed and doesn’t want to hear what they call “gloom and doom.”

    When what you so ably described happens, they will whine and cry. It will be too late. Obama has his people safely ensconced in the White House. Are there any true blue Americans around him? Absolutely not! Are there any Democrats in the Congress who will defy him? Not one!

    I talk to those who will listen, but there are precious few that want to know what the future will be like.

    I believe what you research and report. There are too few of us that care enough about our country to read and educate themselves as to what is going on in the Obama administration.

  • CaperAsh

    I like much of the information and data analysis on your blog but in this article, for example, one thing you do is very irritating, namely blaming it all on Obama or ‘the Obama Administration’. They are just the current crew working in the office but they are not the ones in charge. This is clear because macro-policy is unaffected by elections, political parties, individual Presidents or Ministers or whatever. The basic ‘one-world’ (aka Money Power) agenda keeps grinding on, year after year. So stop using ‘Obama’ as the subject in your sentences and use something like ‘the Elite’ or ‘the Money Power’ or something that isn’t so misleading. Otherwise your readers will be inspired to vote for the opposing ticket next time but of course that won’t make, as Nader rightly says again and again ‘a dime’s worth of difference’. And it is articles in progressive blogs like yours which contribute greatly to this profound confusion/delusion on the part of most Americans in America, but also Westerners in general in each of their respective ‘industrialized democracies’, aka ‘Money Power fiefdoms’. Keep up the good work!

  • handgunnar

    Ignore the law. That’s what our government does.

  • Paladin

    Uhm … NAFTA, et al use the WORDS ‘free trade’, but in reality are MANAGED trade.

    see this Primer as a jumping off point:

    Mr. PAUL. Madam Speaker, I asked for this Special Order this
    evening to talk about trade. We are going to be dealing with permanent normal
    trade relations with China here soon, and there is also a privileged resolution
    that will be brought to the floor that I have introduced, H.J.Res. 90. The
    discussion in the media and around the House floor has been rather clear about
    the permanent normal trade status, but there has not been a whole lot of talk
    yet about whether or not we should even really be in the World Trade

    I took this time mainly because I think there is a lot of
    misunderstanding about what free trade is. There are not a whole lot of people
    who get up and say I am opposed to free trade, and many of those who say they
    are for free trade quite frankly I think they have a distorted definition of
    what free trade really is.

    I would like to spend some time this evening
    talking a little bit about that, because as a strict constitutionalist and one
    who endorses laissez-faire capitalism, I do believe in free trade; and there are
    good reasons why countries should trade with each other.

    The first reason
    I would like to mention is a moral reason. There is a moral element involved in
    trade, because when governments come in and regulate how citizens spend their
    money, they are telling them what they can do or cannot do. In a free society,
    individuals who earn money should be allowed to spend the money the way they
    want. So if they find that they prefer to buy a car from Japan rather than
    Detroit, they basically have the moral right to spend their money as they see
    fit and those kinds of choices should not be made by government. So there is a
    definite moral argument for free trade.

    Patrick Henry many years ago
    touched on this when he said, `You are not to inquire how your trade may be
    increased nor how you are to become a great and powerful people but how your
    liberties may be secured, for liberty ought to be the direct end of your
    government.’ We have not heard much talk of liberty with regards to trade, but
    we do hear a lot about enhancing one’s ability to make more money overseas with
    trading with other nations. But the argument, the moral argument, itself should
    be enough to convince one in a free society that we should never hamper or
    interfere with free trade.

    When the colonies did not thrive well prior to
    the Constitution, two of the main reasons why the Constitutional Convention was
    held was, one, there was no unified currency, that provided a great deal of
    difficulty in trading among the States, and also trade barriers are among the

    Even our Constitution was designed to make sure that there were
    not trade barriers, and this was what the interstate commerce clause was all
    about. Unfortunately though, in this century the interstate commerce clause has
    been taken and twisted around and is the excuse for regulating even trade within
    a State. Not only interstate trade, but even activities within a State has
    nothing to do with interstate trade. They use the interstate commerce clause as
    an excuse, which is a wild distortion of the original intent of the
    Constitution, but free trade among the States having a unified currency and
    breaking down the barriers certainly was a great benefit for the development and
    the industrialization of the United States.

    The second argument for free
    trade is an economic argument. There is a benefit to free trade. Free trade
    means that you will not have high tariffs and barriers so you cannot buy
    products and you cannot exert this freedom of choice by buying outside. If you
    have a restricted majority and you can evenly buy from within, it means you are
    protecting industries that may not be doing a very good job, and there is not
    enough competition.

    It is conceded that probably it was a blessing in
    disguise when the automobile companies in this country were having trouble in
    the 1970s, because the American consumer was not buying the automobiles, the
    better automobiles were coming in, and it should not have been a surprise to
    anybody that all of a sudden the American cars got to be much better automobiles
    and they were able to compete.

    There is a tremendous economic benefit to
    the competition by being able to buy overseas. The other economic argument is
    that in order to keep a product out, you put on a tariff, a protective tariff. A
    tariff is a tax. We should not confuse that, we should not think tariff is
    something softer than a tax in doing something good. A tariff is a tax on the
    consumer. So those American citizens who want to buy products at lower prices
    are forced to be taxed.

    If you have poor people in this country trying to
    make it on their own and they are not on welfare, but they can buy clothes or
    shoes or an automobile or anything from overseas, they are tremendously
    penalized by forcing them to pay higher prices by buying domestically.

    The competition is what really encourages producers to produce better
    products at lower costs and keep the prices down. If one believes in free trade,
    they do not enter into free trade for the benefit of somebody else. There is
    really no need for reciprocity. Free trade is beneficial because it is a moral
    right. Free trade is beneficial because there is an economic advantage to buying
    products at a certain price and the competition is beneficial.

    really are no costs in the long run. Free trade does not require management. It
    is implied here on conversation on the House floor so often that free trade is
    equivalent to say we will turn over the management of trade to the World Trade
    Organization, which serves special interests. Well, that is not free trade; that
    is a misunderstanding of free trade.

    Free trade means you can buy and
    sell freely without interference. You do not need international management.
    Certainly, if we are not going to have our own government manage our own
    affairs, we do not want an international body to manage these international

    Another thing that free trade does not imply is that this opens
    up the doors to subsidies. Free trade does not mean subsidies, but inevitably as
    soon as we start trading with somebody, we accept the notion of managed trade by
    the World Trade Organization, but immediately we start giving subsidies to our

    If our American companies and our American workers have to
    compete, the last thing they should ever be required to do is pay some of their
    tax money to the Government, to send subsidies to their competitors; and that is
    what is happening. They are forced to subsidize their competitors on foreign
    aid. They support their competitors overseas at the World Bank. They subsidize
    their competitors in the Export/Import Bank, the Overseas Private Investment

    We literally encourage the exportation of jobs by providing
    overseas protection in insurance that cannot be bought in the private sector.
    Here a company in the United States goes overseas for cheap labor, and if, for
    political or economic reasons, they go bust, who bails them out. It is the
    American taxpayer, once again, the people who are struggling and have to compete
    with the free trade.

    It is so unfair to accept this notion that free
    trade is synonymous with permitting these subsidies overseas, and, essentially,
    that is what is happening all the time. Free trade should never mean that
    through the management of trade that it endorses the notion of retaliation and
    also to stop dumping.

    This whole idea that all of a sudden if somebody
    comes in with a product with a low price that you can immediately get it stopped
    and retaliate, and this is all done in the name of free trade, it could be
    something one endorses. They might argue that they endorse this type of managed
    trade and subsidized trade; but what is wrong, and I want to make this clear,
    what is wrong is to call it free trade, because that is not free

    Most individuals that I know who promote free trade around
    Washington, D.C., do not really either understand what free trade is or they do
    not really endorse it. And they are very interested in the management aspect,
    because some of the larger companies have a much bigger clout with the World
    Trade Organization than would the small farmers, small rancher or small
    businessman because they do not have the same access to the World Trade

    For instance, there has been a big fight in the World Trade
    Organization with bananas. The Europeans are fighting with the Americans over
    exportation of bananas. Well, bananas are not grown in Europe and they are not
    grown in the United States, and yet that is one of the big issues of managed
    trade, for the benefit of some owners of corporations that are overseas that
    make big donations to our political parties. That is not coincidental.

    powerful international financial individuals go to the World Trade Organization
    to try to get an edge on their competitor. If their competitor happens to be
    doing a better job and selling a little bit lower, then they come immediately to
    the World Trade Organization and say, Oh, you have to stop them. That is
    dumping. We certainly do not want to give the consumers the benefit of having a
    lower price.

    So this to me is important, that we try to be clear on how
    we define free trade, and we should not do this by accepting the idea that
    management of trade, as well as subsidizing trade and calling it free trade is
    just not right. Free trade is the ability of an individual or a corporation to
    buy goods and spend their money as they see fit, and this provides tremendous
    economic benefits.

    The third benefit of free trade, which has been known
    for many, many centuries, has been the peace effect from trade. It is known that
    countries that trade with each other and depend on each other for certain
    products and where the trade has been free and open and communications are free
    and open and travel is free and open, they are very less likely to fight wars. I
    happen to personally think this is one of the greatest benefits of free trade,
    that it leads us to policies that direct us away from military

    Managed trade and subsidized trade do not qualify. I will
    mention just a little later why I think it does exactly the

    There is a little bit more to the trade issue than just the
    benefits of free trade, true free trade, and the disadvantages of managed trade,
    because we are dealing now when we have a vote on the normal trade status with
    China, as well as getting out of the World Trade Organization, we are dealing
    with the issue of sovereignty. The Constitution is very clear. Article I,
    section 8, gives the Congress the responsibility of dealing with international
    trade. It does not delegate it to the President, it does not delegate it to a
    judge, it does not delegate it to an international management organization like
    the World Trade Organization.

    International trade management is to be and
    trade law is to be dealt with by the U.S. Congress, and yet too often the
    Congress has been quite willing to renege on that responsibility through
    fast-track legislation and deliver this authority to our President, as well as
    delivering through agreements, laws being passed and treaties, delivering this
    authority to international bodies such as the UN-IMF-World Trade Organizations,
    where they make decisions that affect us and our national

    The World Trade Organization has been in existence for 5
    years. We voted to join the World Trade Organization in the fall of 1994 in the
    lame duck session after the Republicans took over the control of the House and
    Senate, but before the new Members were sworn in. So a lame duck session was
    brought up and they voted, and by majority vote we joined the World Trade
    Organization, which, under the Constitution, clearly to anybody who has studied
    the Constitution, is a treaty. So we have actually even invoked a treaty by
    majority vote.

    This is a serious blunder, in my estimation, the way we
    have dealt with this issue, and we have accepted the idea that we will remain a
    member based on this particular vote.

    Fortunately, in 1994 there was a
    provision put in the bill that said that any member could bring up a privileged
    resolution that gives us a chance at least to say is this a good idea to be in
    the World Trade Organization, or is it not? Now, my guess is that we do not have
    the majority of the U.S. Congress that thinks it is a bad idea. But I am
    wondering about the majority of the American people, and I am wondering about
    the number of groups now that are growing wary of the membership in the World
    Trade Organization, when you look at what happened in Seattle, as well as
    demonstrations here in D.C. So there is a growing number of people from various
    aspects of the political spectrum who are now saying, what does this membership
    mean to us? Is it good or is it bad? A lot of them are coming down on the side
    of saying it is bad.

    Now, it is also true that some who object to
    membership in the World Trade Organization happen to be conservative free
    enterprisers, and others who object are coming from the politics of the left.
    But there is agreement on both sides of this issue dealing with this aspect, and
    it has to do with the sovereignty issue.

    There may be some labor law and
    there may be some environmental law that I would object to, but I more
    strenuously object to the World Trade Organization dictating to us what our
    labor law ought to be and what our environmental law ought to be. I highly
    resent the notion that the World Trade Organization can dictate to us tax

    We are currently under review and the World Trade Organization has
    ruled against the United States because we have given a tax break to our
    overseas company, and they have ruled against us and said that this tax break is
    a tax subsidy, language which annoys me to no end. They have given us until
    October 1 to get rid of that tax break for our corporations, so they are telling
    us, the U.S. Congress, what we have to do with tax law.

    You say, oh, that
    cannot be. We do not have to do what they tell us. Well, technically we do not
    have to, but we will not be a very good member, and this is what we agreed to in
    the illegal agreement. Certainly it was not a legitimate treaty that we signed.
    But in this agreement we have come up and said that we would obey what the WTO

    Our agreement says very clearly that any ruling by the WTO, the
    Congress is obligated to change the law. This is the interpretation and this is
    what we signed. This is a serious challenge, and we should not accept so easily
    this idea that we will just go one step further.

    This has not just
    happened 5 years ago, there has been a gradual erosion of the concept of
    national sovereignty. It occurred certainly after World War II with the
    introduction of the United Nations, and now, under current conditions, we do not
    even ask the Congress to declare war, yet we still fight a lot of wars. We send
    troops all over the world and we are involved in combat all the time, and our
    presidents tell us they get the authority from a UN resolution. So we have
    gradually lost the concept of national sovereignty.

    I want to use a quote
    from somebody that I consider rather typical of the establishment. We talk about
    the establishment, but nobody ever knows exactly who they are. But I will name
    this individual who I think is pretty typical of the establishment, and that is
    Walter Cronkite. He says, `We need not only an executive to make international
    law, but we need the military forces to enforce that law and the judicial system
    to bring the criminals to justice in an

    `But,’ he goes on to say, and this he makes
    very clear, and this is what we should be aware of, `the American people are
    going to begin to realize that perhaps they are going to have to yield some
    sovereignty to an international body to enforce world law, and I think that is
    going to come to other people as well.’

    So it is not like it has been
    hidden, it is not like it is a secret. It is something that those who disagree
    with me about liberty and the Constitution, they believe in internationalism and
    the World Trade Organization and the United Nations, and they certainly have the
    right to that belief, but it contradicts everything America stands for and it
    contradicts our Constitution, so, therefore, we should not allow this to go

    Now, the whole idea that treaties could be passed and
    undermine the ability of our Congress to pass legislation or undermine our
    Constitution, this was thought about and talked about by the founders of this
    country. They were rather clear on the idea that a treaty, although the treaty
    can become the law of the land, a treaty could never be an acceptable law of the
    land if it amended or changed the Constitution. That would be ridiculous, and
    they made that very clear.

    It could have the effect of the law of the
    land, as long as it was a legitimate constitutional agreement that we entered
    into. But Thomas Jefferson said if the treaty power is unlimited, then we do not
    have a Constitution. Surely the President and the Senate cannot do by treaty
    what the whole government is interdicted from doing in any way.

    So that
    is very important. We cannot just sit back and accept the idea that the World
    Trade Organization, we have entered into it, it was not a treaty, it was an
    agreement, but we have entered into it, and the agreement says we have to do
    they tell us, even if it contradicts the whole notion that it is the
    Congress’ and people’s responsibility to pass their own laws with regard to the
    environment, with regard to labor and with regard to tax law.

    So I think
    this is important material. I think this is an important subject, a lot more
    important than just the vote to trade with China. I think we should trade with
    China. I think we should trade with Cuba. I think we should trade with everybody
    possible, unless we are at war with them. I do not think we should have
    sanctions against Iran, Iraq or Libya, and it does not make much sense to me to
    be struggling and fighting and giving more foreign aid to a country like China,
    and at the same time we have sanctions on and refuse to trade and talk with
    Cuba. That does not make a whole lot of sense. Yet those who believe and promote
    trade with China are the ones who will be strongly objecting to trade with Cuba
    and these other countries. So I think a little bit more consistency on this
    might be better for all of us.

    Alexander Hamilton also talked about this.
    He said a treaty cannot be made which alters the constitution of the country or
    which infringes any expressed exception to the powers of the Constitution of the
    United States.

    So these were the founders talking about this, and yet we
    have drifted a long way. It does not happen overnight. It has been over a
    50-year period. Five years ago we went one step further. First we accepted the
    idea that international finance would be regulated by the IMF. Then we accepted
    the idea that the World Bank, which was supposed to help the poor people of the
    world and redistribute wealth, they have redistributed a lot of wealth, but most
    of it ended up in the hands of wealthy individuals and wealthy politicians. But
    the poor people of the world never get helped by these programs. Now, 5 years
    ago we have accepted the notion that the World Trade Organization will bring
    about order in trade around the country.

    Well, since that time we have
    had a peso crisis in Mexico and we had a crisis with currencies in Southeast
    Asia. So I would say that the management of finances with the IMF as well as the
    World Trade Organization has been very unsuccessful, and even if one does not
    accept my constitutional argument that we should not be doing this, we should at
    least consider the fact that what we are doing is not very successful.

  • Fickle Finger

    I don’t have to be told to know I should buy American.

  • milliedem

    O. is a snake in the grass and all his plans is to bring America down.

  • Ima

    Absolutely learn a second language, even if we are blessed to be speaking English, the most spoken language in the world! You are right, Spanish and Chinese!

  • novoice1254

    Well with most of the comments I’ve read here have this to say. Does any one know what the bible speaks about. That a great tribulation that has never happen in the history of mankind before mean. To put it in simple terms. What is about to happen is the last government to rule over mankind is going to appear on the world stage. But before this government can have full authority over the entire planet. There is going to be such tragic turmoil that it will shake men’s core beliefs to their foundations in every sense. And unfortunately many lives will be lost due to this process. But there is real hope. Cause in the bible Jesus stated to those that are and were his followers and I am paraphrasing this. As you begin to see these things occur. Know that your salvation is close at hand. But there is a requirement a simple one at that. That is one must take in accurate knowledge of the one who sent him, and of Jesus Christ. But the responsibility of such a thing doesn’t fall on some priest in a church. But on the individual themselves. Which makes a lot of sense. It’s like anything else in life. One has to make certain the one giving the information is accurate and true. Cause if it’s not the end result will be harmful to the one receiving the information. Also Jesus himself stated this as well. People will know that you are my true followers by the love you have amongst yourselves. That is the real IdentIfying mark of a true christian. The only place that I have ever seen that is at a meeting of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Put it to the test and see it for yourself. Besides you may hear an answer to a question one might had have for a very long time. But if you don’t go you’ll never know for certain.

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