CORPRO-FASCISM: The Most Criminal Treaty in History Is Finally Presented for Signing – By Eric Zuesse

These globalist pirates in their avarice are exposing to even the layman the hypocrisy and corruption of western legal systems:

“Furthermore, in this TPP contract, no nation will possess the right to sue any international corporation — the right to sue is alotted only to international corporations, and they may, in these proceedings, sue only a national government.”

NO equality before the law. There is NO RULE OF LAW!
It is all farce, a pretense to justify mercenary unilateral looting.

RIELPOLITIK

Source – strategic-culture.org

 – As of 5 October 2015, a super-secret 12-nation treaty called TPP is set to be signed by the 12 nations, and the terms of this massive international contract will be kept secret until the contract has been in force for four years, at which time the contents might (but won’t necessarily) be revealed. This will be a large new international government that has been negotiated for years by international corporations, and which is now to be rubber-stamped by corrupt politicians on their behalf. Whereas those international corporations know the contract’s terms, the people who elected and are ruled by those politicians don’t, and (for four years, at least) they won’t.

These are the 12 nations:

Australia

Brunei

Canada

Chile

Japan

Malaysia

Mexico

New Zealand

Peru

Singapore

United States

Vietnam

Everyone who has seen the agreement (the negotiators for those international corporations, and their politicians) has signed

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