Obamatrade linked to agenda for global governance
By Ian Wishart
The historic ‘Obamatrade’ agreement being rammed through the Senate and Congress began life in 2005 in far away New Zealand, but is now poised to become a key Trojan Horse for the introduction of a world government structure.
New Zealand trade officials, seeking a way to boost their export-led economy, began negotiations in 2005 with three other small states on the Pacific Rim – Brunei, Singapore and Chile – in the hope of forming a free trade bloc that could attract larger players. They called their fledgling idea the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement, or TPPA. Now that’s been shortened to TPP or TPA
When New Zealand became the first Western country to negotiate a free trade deal with China, other countries sat up and took notice. Sensing that the 21st century would be dominated by the Asia Pacific rim, not Europe, the USA under the Bush administration began tyre-kicking the free trade deal and in early 2008 commenced negotiations to join. Once America’s interest became plain, other countries scrambled for a seat at the table as well: Australia, Peru, Vietnam, Malaysia, Mexico, Canada, Japan and Taiwan.
Between them, these countries control somewhere between 30 and 40% of all world trade.
The thing that people need to understand is that international trade deals have to be conducted under international law, not national law. Countries wanting to be part of such a deal have to surrender their sovereignty as part of the contract for admission.
One group to instantly recognise the significance of this are globalists, whose agenda includes the introduction of an overarching global government, or as Pope Benedict called it, a “super United Nations” with the powers to bring any country to heel, even the United States of America.
Any international treaty, like the TPP, that ushers in the superstructure of a global government in the form of a body capable of making binding rulings and enforcing them on any member state, essentially brings in world government under another name, and that’s why Obamatrade has the support of globalist factions in all the major political parties: once America has signed the deal, the nation and its people are bound to it.
What does this mean for Americans? It means that America becomes subject to international law, and that other countries could legitimately enforce trade and economic blockades against America for any breach, in the same way that financial pain was inflicted on Russia over Ukraine.
That pain would filter down to ordinary American households. America as we know it would become largely impotent on the world stage, which is exactly what the United Nations and supporters of global governance want…once America is neutralised, the second stage of globalization can begin.
The free trade deal in itself is probably a good one, but it is a Trojan Horse for a much bigger agenda, and once that genie is out of the bottle it can never be put back.
[Ian Wishart is an award-winning investigative journalist and bestselling author, who has covered the rise of the global governance agenda and its links to the TPP in his Amazon #1 bestseller Totalitaria]