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Trump Picking Up Where Obama Left Off With NAFTA.
« on: May 18, 2017, 09:21:04 pm »
 

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2016 "GOOD BYE NAFTA!!!"

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"HELLO NAFTA!!!"
Kissinger Group at it again.

 "Our view is that while NAFTA needs to be modernized,..."
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http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2014/02/18/barack-obama-nafta-tpp_n_4810868.html

Lighthizer said the reason for the renegotiations was to “modernize” the trade deal
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BTW- I sent James Corbett of the Corbett report documents on the Trade Facilitation Agreement and he did a special feature on it and thanked me for the intel.  If you want to check it out and are a member...
 https://www.corbettreport.com/while-you-werent-looking-the-globalists-just-passed-a-major-trade-deal/
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Trump administration launches NAFTA renegotiations to ‘modernize’ trade deal by year’s end (but, but but, the deep sate is trying to get rid of Trump because he won't renegotiate NAFTA)
https://www.rt.com/usa/388877-trump-nafta-renegotiation-lighthizer/

President Donald Trump’s newly appointed US trade representative has formally notified Congress of the administration’s intent to begin renegotiations of NAFTA, the 23-year-old trilateral trade agreement between the US, Canada and Mexico.
On Thursday, US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer sent a letter to lawmakers, giving Congress a 90-day consultation period before renegotiations are initiated on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).


During the required consultation period, Lighthizer said he would consult with "Congress and American stakeholders to create an agreement that advances the interests of America’s workers, farmers, ranchers and businesses,” according to a statement.

“The United States seeks to support higher-paying jobs in the United States and to grow the US economy by improving US opportunities under NAFTA,” Lighthizer wrote. “In particular, we note that NAFTA was negotiated 25 years ago, and while our economy and businesses have changed considerably over that period, NAFTA has not. Many chapters are outdated and do not reflect modern standards.”

Lighthizer said the reason for the renegotiations was to “modernize” the trade deal to address provisions on intellectual property rights, regulatory practices, rules for state-owned enterprises, customs procedures, food safety standards and labor and environmental standards. He also cited digital trade, describing it as “in its infancy when NAFTA was enacted.”

The negotiations could begin as early as August 16. Lighthizer told reporters that he hopes negotiations will be completed by the end of 2017, according to Reuters.

Lighthizer was appointed US trade representative Monday.

On Thursday, Mexican Foreign Secretary Luis Videgaray met with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to discuss US-Mexico relations. At the joint news conference, Videgaray told reporters that the Mexican government welcomes NAFTA renegotiations, which he said will “make our trade agreement better – better for the people of Mexico, the people of the US, and the people of Canada.”

“We understand that this is a 25-year-old agreement, when it was negotiated. The world has changed, we’ve learned a lot, and we can make it better. We can make this a negotiation that is good for the three parties involved, certainly, under a win-win framework,” Videgaray said, according to the State Department transcript.

However, the Mexican foreign secretary said that the new trade deal must preserve the existing trilateral structure to ensure a fair deal.

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Re: Trump Picking Up Where Obama Left Off With NAFTA.
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2017, 04:30:03 am »
 

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The Globalist Trade Agreement You Didn't Hear About
So cross the Trade Facilitation Agreement off your list of worries. It has already arrived, and it arrived not with a bang or even a whimper but a silent, self-congratulatory smile and a knowing nod among the globalist jet set.

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http://theinternationalforecaster.com/topic/international_forecaster_weekly/the_globalist_trade_agreement_you_didnt_hear_about

You remember the SPP, don't you? The attempt to create a North American Union by harmonizing the border controls, environmental and business regulations and security forces of Canada, the US and Mexico?


Of course you do, because sites like The Corbett Report caught wind of it, publicized its secret meetings, and organized widespread resistance to expose the plot (and expose police provocateuring in the process).

Remember SOPA, PIPA, ACTA and CISPA, the attempt by globalist corporations and totalitarian control freaks to crack down on the free and open internet under cover of copyright policing?

Of course you do, because sites like The Corbett Report warned you about them and the masses organized to derail them at the last second.

Remember the TPP, the attempt to create a free trade agreement for the Asia-Pacific that would have enriched the globalist corporate elite at the expense of everyone else?

Of course you do, because sites like The Corbett Report sounded the alarm in the early days of the agreement and explained the finished deal in plain English when it finally emerged from the swamp, whipping up a populist backlash that ended the deal.

Remember the WTO's Trade Facilitation Agreement? You know, the all-encompassing agreement between the WTO's 164 members (97% of global GDP) that has been hailed as "the most significant multilateral trade deal concluded since the establishment of the World Trade Organisation?" The one that implements the globalists' wet dream of harmonizing export and import processes and trade infrastructure among the majority of the world's population?

No? Doesn't ring a bell? Hmmm...I wonder why that is?

Don't worry. If you're only hearing about the agreement now, it's not because you weren't paying attention. It's because almost no one was paying attention, including me. If the daily flurry of craziness that is the Trump-era news cycle has ever left you wondering what you're being distracted from, here is one answer. It's called the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement, and it just entered into force in February.

That's right, it's in effect as we speak. No time to familiarize yourself with this one. No time to organize opposition. No time to examine the implications. It's already here.

For those of us who haven't heard about the Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) before, here's the crash course:

Part of the long-fought, arduous, hotly contested negotiations surrounding the WTO's so-called "Bali Package" trade agreement of 2013, the TFA specifically aims to reduce bureaucratic red tape and regulatory uncertainty around trade issues between WTO member nations, by, among other things, harmonizing customs procedures, removing delays on clearance and movement of goods, and reducing fees, formalities and roadblocks to legal recourse for importers and exporters.

Or, in the official gobbledygook of the WTO's PR-ese:

"The TFA contains provisions for expediting the movement, release and clearance of goods, including goods in transit. It also sets out measures for effective cooperation between customs and other appropriate authorities on trade facilitation and customs compliance issues. It further contains provisions for technical assistance and capacity building in this area. The Agreement will help improve transparency, increase possibilities to participate in global value chains, and reduce the scope for corruption."

The WTO's own 2015 study about the agreement shows that it will reduce the trading costs of member nations by 14.3%, reduce average import times for goods by a day and a half and export times by two days, increase global merchandise exports by $1 trillion, and make blind lepers walk on water again. Or something like that.

So what's not to love?

Well, in the broader sense this agreement can be seen as a life-saver for the WTO, whose very raison d'être as a type of global governing body for world trade has been called into question by the fact that, before the TFA, it hadn't actually managed to ratify a single trade agreement in its 22-year history.

That's right, the so-called "Doha Development Round" of talks that the body began in 2001—its "ambitious effort to make globalization more inclusive and help the world's poor," to quote the Rothschild-mouthpiece, The Economist—has been ongoing for a decade and a half and currently remains in limbo after years of rancorous debate. Even the much-ballyhooed Bali Package was just the framework for what has now become the TFA, meaning that this agreement has single-handedly brought the WTO back from the brink of irrelevance that the NAFTA, the TTIP and TPP, and numerous other regional, multilateral and bilateral trade agreements have pushed it towards.

But more specifically, the TFA is a perfect example of everything that's wrong with globalization: Under cover of "development" and "trade," and with a lot of flowery rhetoric about helping the poorest of the poor and facilitating global cooperation, this agreement in fact does little but penalize the poorest countries by forcing them to adopt standards and practices that are as expensive and difficult to implement as they are useless to local industries, farmers and laborers. At the same time, it further erodes local autonomy by forcing almost the entirety of the planet to adopt the same standards and regulations on imports and exports. And, to top it all off, it is the backbone upon which backdoor implementations of various unpopular policies and ideas, from regional trade agreements to the cashless control grid, will be built.

As the Business Standard notes: "This deal will not only resuscitate the WTO, whose relevance was fast eroding due to proliferation of free-trade agreements, but will also revive multilateralism in global trade. Most important, it demonstrates that trade agreements are no longer just about tariffs -- they are also about making trade easier, whether through dovetailing domestic regulations, or through easing actual paperwork."

This is an attempt not at a trade deal in the traditional sense, but at a reformulation of the idea of a "trade agreement" as an act of cross-border regulatory harmonization.

Furthermore, Article 7 of the agreement includes a mandate on electronic payments: "Each Member shall, to the extent practicable, adopt or maintain procedures allowing the option of electronic payment for duties, taxes, fees and charges collected by customs incurred upon importation and exportation." The measure, fairly innocuous by itself, is yet another attempt to normalize the mandating of cashless payments in international trade. But it is supplemented by other unaccountable global governmental bodies like the UN's Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business, which, along with the usual Global Goals-y/Climate Change-y/Regional Coordination-y globalist mandates, also coordinates technical cooperation on trade issues, including E-payments and E-purchasing.

And when I say global, I really do mean global. There are no virtuous Chinese messiahs who are valiantly fighting off these insidious global processes, or Russian saviors who can save us from the big bad globalists, or Indian gurus who will protect us from the onslaught. Not only are all five BRICS members themselves vassal states of the WTO behemoth, but the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP, yet another acronymed head of the United Nations hydra) has been hard at work promoting the Trade Facilitation Agreement as the "key to unlocking trade potential along OBOR" (which, for those without their special-issued globalist decoder ring, is an acronym for the "One Belt, One Road" initiative of China that we talked about last week).

So cross the Trade Facilitation Agreement off your list of worries. It has already arrived, and it arrived (as do all the most insidious global governmental structures and deals) not with a bang or even a whimper but a silent, self-congratulatory smile and a knowing nod among the globalist jet set. This is how the real structures of global government will be set up: Not in the blazing noon-day sun of publicity, not with fanfare and protest and tumult, but in quiet, backroom deals reached out of sight and out of mind of the general public.

So, the logical question to ask is: What are they working on next?
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Re: Trump Picking Up Where Obama Left Off With NAFTA.
« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2017, 09:10:16 am »
 

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Does everyone remember the WTO?  You know, the 'organization' who would roll into a towns like Pittsburgh bringing in their own security force, dressing them up like local police, and have them run the 'actual' local police, then go on a 'head beating' rampage on anyone around the facility where the WTO members are meeting.  For miles around the facility that is.  Yeah, those guys.

James Corbett did an excellent 'overview' report on the Trade Facilitation Agreement.  Since I was the first person online to report the agreement there is something very important you should also know about this lousy trade agreement.

This globalist trade agreement separates the Ron Paul, Le Pen real 'for the people' candidates from the fake Trump, Putin... globalist candidates.  Because, what James did not tell you, which I have researched, is that when congresses and parliaments... (the people's so-called' representatives) passed this trade agreement (TFA), and the #1 clause within this agreement is that all these governing 'legislative' bodies will be cut out of 'all' future trade negotiation processes, which makes the TFA an ongoing 'living' trade deal.  ... and why is that very, very important?

People's exhibit A... NAFTA. 

TPP could NOT be passed in USA without first renegotiating NAFTA.  This 'renegotiation' is what both the Obama and Trump administrations calls the 'modernization' of the NAFTA trade agreement.  TPP was dead not because of anything WE THE PEOPLE or globalist Trump did, TPP was dead until the TFA was passed so that the TPP could be implemented piece by piece over time.  This 'assembling' of trade agreements like TPP is the very reason why the TFA was created in the first place.

Think of the TFA trade deal as the infrastructure for a 'trade rail system', (i.e. the rails or tracks themselves is the agreement) and each country in this deal represents the 'locomotive' that will 'run' the trade deal for each country.  Each country's parliament, congress has been cut out of the process of adding 'boxcars' to this trade system, where only globalist fakes like Trump, Putin... will rubber stamp the meat onto the bones of this trade system (i.e the boxcars)

'Boxcars' in this trade analogy represent the 'sum of parts' within trade agreements like TTP, TIPP... these 'parts' will be added to the trade 'system' (WTA) piece by piece over time, quietly without fanfare until you have all the parts of TTP, TIPP... added to this system by stealth rubber stamped by globalist 'presidential administrations' and NOT debated in open forums like congress and parliaments which demand should be done.



 
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The Trump / Kissinger Psyop Continues. Next Stop... Paris
« Reply #3 on: Jun 01, 2017, 05:03:22 pm »
 

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Here's exactly how the Trump / Kissinger psyop works...

HEADLINE Corporate Media:
TRUMP PULLS OUT OF CLIMATE ACCORD

HEADLINE Infowars: So-called Alt media
TRUMP PULLS OUT OF CLIMATE ACCORD

READ THE FINE PRINT people
“We’re getting out, BUT... BUT... BUT... we will start to negotiate and we will see if we can MAKE A DEAL that’s fair".
-Trump

There will be NO pulling out of this. Just the typical hot air by Trump, the corporate media and Infowars.

When the US signs the Paris agreement, it will be be sold as a major Trump victory

You've got to admire this  psyop for turning hot button issues inside out, where armies of brainwashed Trump bots will be singing the praise of the 'Trump climate agreement'.

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This is NAFTA all over again.  In 2014 / 15 Trump said he would "Gut NAFTA" (a.k.a. get rid of it) The 'Gut NAFTA' tough talk morphed into exactly what the Obama administration said had to be done.. 'renegotiate' NAFTA.
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Re: The Trump / Kissinger Psyop Continues. Next Stop... Paris
« Reply #4 on: Jun 01, 2017, 09:57:38 pm »
 

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OMG THE SKY IS FALLING!!!!  BECAUSE TRUMP KIND OF SORT OF SAID, BUT REALLY DIDN'T, THAT HE WOULD "PULL OUT".

CFR uses Trump's fake "Pull Out" comment to over-the-top 'freak out' promote the draconian climate tyranny (get rich scheme) agreement.

Trump’s Catastrophic Climate Decision Imperils the Planet—and Hastens American Decline OH NO!!!!!!!!
https://www.cfr.org/blog-post/trumps-catastrophic-climate-decision-imperils-planet-and-hastens-american-decline

In withdrawing the United States from the historic 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, President Donald J. Trump fulfilled one of his most prominent campaign pledges. But far from making America “great again,” the decision will endanger U.S. national security and prosperity by sabotaging U.S. global leadership and accelerating a planetary crisis from which not even an isolationist America can escape. Trump’s myopic and backward-looking decision ignores a reality of contemporary global life: The United States cannot advance its national interests or protect itself from transnational threats by pretending to be an island or by building walls, in the vain hope of insulating itself from dangers that refuse to respect borders.

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There's only one problem with this 'fire-in-the-theater' article.  Trump has NOT actually pulled out of this agreement. #1.  #2, the Paris agreement will most likely be dealt with through the Trade Facilitation Agreement down the road while no one is paying any attention.

... and for those of you who think I'm just a 'creative writer' here is a Guardian article (out of the UK no less) promoting how the TFA will 'FACILITATE' the Paris agreement. 
https://www.theguardian.com/business/economics-blog/2015/nov/23/world-trade-important-role-low-carbon-economy-wto

NO! THE US IS STILL IN THE PARIS AGREEMENT THROUGH THE TFA AND TEAM TRUMP IS FULLY AWARE OF THIS.

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Re: The Trump / Kissinger Psyop Continues. Next Stop... Paris
« Reply #5 on: Jun 02, 2017, 03:46:11 pm »
 

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The U.S. can’t quit the Paris climate agreement, because it never actually joined

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2017/06/01/the-u-s-cant-quit-the-paris-climate-agreement-because-it-never-actually-joined/?utm_term=.25fc07d2a383

President Trump is expected to announce today that the United States will not be party to the Paris agreement on climate change. What he should say is that the United States never properly joined the accord: It is a treaty that requires the advice and consent of the Senate. Instead, President Barack Obama choose to “adopt” it with an executive order last September.

Two features cut heavily against it being treated as the kind of arrangement that can be entered into by a president on his own authority. First, it has a four-year waiting period for withdrawal, quite unlike traditional executive agreements. Second, it is a large multilateral deal, and the other parties apparently believe it requires domestic ratification. Whatever that means for U.S. constitutional purposes, it does suggest that other countries should hardly protest if Trump merely follows their example to seek domestic ratification.

Some general principles are worth reviewing. In international law, the term “treaty” is one of the many terms for a binding international agreement. Not all agreements that are “treaties” in the international law sense — i.e., that create a binding international obligation — are “Treaties” in the constitutional sense. It is well accepted that there is a class of international agreements that the president can commit the United States to on his own authority, without invoking the treaty process. However, the scope of the “sole executive agreement” (SOE) category is a matter of great dispute.
 

Re: The Trump / Kissinger Psyop Continues. Next Stop... Paris
« Reply #6 on: Jun 02, 2017, 07:35:22 pm »
 

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The U.S. can’t quit the Paris climate agreement, because it never actually joined

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2017/06/01/the-u-s-cant-quit-the-paris-climate-agreement-because-it-never-actually-joined/?utm_term=.25fc07d2a383

President Trump is expected to announce today that the United States will not be party to the Paris agreement on climate change. What he should say is that the United States never properly joined the accord: It is a treaty that requires the advice and consent of the Senate. Instead, President Barack Obama choose to “adopt” it with an executive order last September.

Two features cut heavily against it being treated as the kind of arrangement that can be entered into by a president on his own authority. First, it has a four-year waiting period for withdrawal, quite unlike traditional executive agreements. Second, it is a large multilateral deal, and the other parties apparently believe it requires domestic ratification. Whatever that means for U.S. constitutional purposes, it does suggest that other countries should hardly protest if Trump merely follows their example to seek domestic ratification.

Some general principles are worth reviewing. In international law, the term “treaty” is one of the many terms for a binding international agreement. Not all agreements that are “treaties” in the international law sense — i.e., that create a binding international obligation — are “Treaties” in the constitutional sense. It is well accepted that there is a class of international agreements that the president can commit the United States to on his own authority, without invoking the treaty process. However, the scope of the “sole executive agreement” (SOE) category is a matter of great dispute.

I'm glad you brought this up.

The reason the NWO kept the TFA so secret, is that while entities like the G7, UN, DAVOS, Climate Central... plot new 'monopoly' trade agreements that the corporate media and globalist 'think tanks' sell as the best things since sliced bread, with TFA it doesn't really matter if countries don't sign on to those specific agreements... i.e. TPP, Paris... because almost every country in world DID signed on to TFA, and it was binding for ALL signed countries starting February 2017.

This is the big trade agreement Trump et al is not telling the public about. 

Why is TFA so important to the globalists?  Because it doesn't matter if the USA signed or did not sign the Paris climate scam.   You have to think of TFA (run by the WTO) like a giant funnel all these trade agreements are getting worked out through.

So, when a country's globalist puppet (Trump) and multi-nationals 'negotiates' (wink, wink  ;) ) i.e parts within the Paris climate agreement, they will do this under the TFA (WTO).  Once everyone is happy with the terms these globalist leaders will simply rubber stamp them into law and call them some catchy name like... Trump's 'No Climate Change Any Longer' agreement, even though it's simply the Paris climate agreement repackaged.

Look at TPP and NAFTA

Contrary to popular fairy tales, Trump had absolutely 'NOTHING' to do with TPP's demise.  TPP wasn't thought out very well, and because the way NAFTA is set up, the automotive multi nationals would have got screwed over by TPP.   That's why it was never signed off by congress to be handed over to Obama in 2015, per the time table.  It's also the reason why NAFTA has to be 'renegotiated'.  This had nothing to do with Trump what-so-ever because all this went down in 2015.   It seems to me, that all these failed agreements where put on hold for the arrival of the TFA.

In comes the TFA to the rescue, so they think.  

The multi-nationals can work out their issues with these trade agreements through the TFA and once they have worked them out, congresses and parliaments... have been cut out of the process, and all globalist leaders have to do is rubber stamp the newly packaged trade agreement under a different more digestible name like... 'FAIR TO USA NAFTA' agreement and, in Trump's case, the media will scream... "OH NO!!! THEY JUST THREW TRADE INTO THE BRIAR PATCH!!! and the dumb down public will buy it hook line and sinker.
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Re: The Trump / Kissinger Psyop Continues. Next Stop... Paris
« Reply #7 on: Jun 03, 2017, 06:48:44 am »
 

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Your globalist hijacked local and state "governments" were all set from day one to waste no time implementing the cybernetic/geo-cybernetic control grid under the EUPHEMISM of "climate change caused by humans".  Trump's puppetmasters knew they could draw the attention of the masses to his "anti" "climate change" stance, culminating with his "withdrawal" from the Paris globalist takeover.  All the while what has actually been happening is the feudalist, austerity, anti-human implementations are being rammed through via "Chief Resilience Officers (a creation under the Rockefeller Foundation)--making it just like we were moving full steam ahead under the Paris agreement--also making Trump's "withdrawal" COMPLETELY MEANINGLESS EVEN IF IT WERE ACTUALLY REAL.  Let me say this another way:  even *IF* you believe Trump actually "put America first" on this issue and is keeping us out of the Paris Accord--IT DOES NOT EVEN MATTER, BECAUSE IT'S ALL BEING DONE ON THE LOCAL LEVEL, RIGHT UNDER YOUR NOSE, and ALL OF THE FOCUS OF THE ENRAGED 'LEFT', or people even on the 'right' who supported the globalist narrative (again not realizing it is a euphemism for cybernetics/geo-cybernetics (geo means, as it applies to the Earth as a whole, which is absolutely their intention and vision, both are accurate and worth pointing out).

Want proof?  Here it is:

http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/us-politicians-pledge-commitment-to-paris-accord-following-trumps-announcement/70001833

US politicians pledge commitment to Paris Agreement following Trump’s announcement

By Ashley Williams, AccuWeather staff writer
June 02, 2017, 2:53:36 PM EDT

Politicians and businesses in opposition to President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement have banded together after Thursday's announcement.  More than 80 city mayors, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Austin and New Orleans, announced plans for their individual cities to adopt the Paris Climate Agreement.  Members of the group signed a statement announcing their commitment to adopting, honoring and upholding the goals of the agreement.



President Donald Trump announces that the U.S. will withdraw from the Paris climate change accord during a statement in the Rose Garden of the White House, Thursday, June 1, 2017, in Washington. (Photo/Susan Walsh/AP Images)

The mayors intend to “intensify efforts to meet each of our cities’ current climate goals, push for new action to meet the 1.5 degrees Celsius target and work together to create a 21st century clean energy economy," according to a statement from the Mayors National Climate Action Agenda.

A group of U.S. governors also announced plans to form the United States Climate Alliance, a coalition of states committed to taking action on climate change and upholding the Paris Climate Agreement.  New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, California Gov. Jerry Brown and Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee will serve as co-chairs of the alliance.

The three states, which make up at least 10 percent of greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S., have committed to lowering emissions by up to 28 percent below the levels from 2005, according to the announcement.  The governors took to Twitter to spread the word of their commitment to the U.S. Climate Alliance.

The political leaders join university presidents and companies who also oppose President Trump’s decision.  According to the New York Times, the unnamed group plans to submit a plan to the United Nations pledging to continue with the United States’ target efforts of reducing greenhouse gas emissions under the Paris Climate Agreement.

So far, the group includes three governors, more than 80 university leaders, 100-plus businesses and 30 governors.  The group is currently in talks with the United Nations to submit their plan alongside Paris Climate Agreement contributions from other countries, according to the New York Times.

Apple, Facebook and Microsoft have previously shown support for the U.S. to remain in the agreement.  Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, announced via Twitter his decision to leave two White House advisory councils in support of the Paris Climate Agreement, according to the Associated Press (AP).

French President Emmanuel Macron and other world leaders have also expressed disappointment with President Trump’s decision.
“If we do nothing, our children will know a world of migrations, of wars, of shortage. A dangerous world,” said President Macron.
During a speech in Berlin on Friday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel called President Trump’s decision “extremely regrettable" while emphasizing Germany's commitment to tackling climate change.
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100RC President Statement on President Trump’s Decision to Abandon Paris Climate Change Agreement
06.01.17

(New York, NY) – Michael Berkowitz, President of 100 Resilient Cities – Pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation, released the following statement on President Trump’s decision to remove the United States from the 195-nation 2015 Paris agreement on climate change:

“The US government today has made urban leadership in combating climate change both more critical and more difficult. President Trump’s decision to reverse course on the Paris climate accord will not only hamper cities’ efforts to prepare for climate change – it will deprive them of billions of dollars to design and enact broader resilient solutions that could help them address a whole host of challenges. If done right, solutions used to address the shocks of climate change could also address the slow burning disaster cities face – seawalls could be designed to create more park land; parks could be designed to both lessen the heat island effect and to promote community cohesiveness; and more. Reneging on this agreement is an abrogation of US leadership and will directly impede global efforts to build proactive, resilient responses to an enormous array of 21st-century challenges.

“But while the president’s actions undermine the landmark agreement signed by nearly every nation, it does not spell the end of climate leadership in the United States. From Seattle to Dallas to Miami to New York, cities are investing in resilient solutions that are preparing residents for whatever future our changing climate brings us. The creative, multi-benefit approaches to climate challenges that cities across the country are taking are now even more critical to the country’s future. While this is an ill-informed and disappointing decision, the global community should look past the White House to the urban centers – in America and around the world - for leadership on climate change.”

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Re: The Trump / Kissinger Psyop Continues. Next Stop... Paris
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Yes, it's happening, and the "pull out" from Paris accords doesn't really matter when states and billionaires are doing it anyway...

Bloomberg defies Trump in forming coalition to meet Paris climate goals
http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/bloomberg-defies-trump-in-forming-coalition-to-meet-paris-climate-goals/article/2624768
by John Siciliano | Jun 1, 2017, 11:44 PM

Billionaire philanthropist and businessman Michael Bloomberg is defying President Trump's decision to exit the Paris climate change agreement, saying he is rallying a bipartisan coalition of states, cities and business leaders to meet the climate pact's targets even as the president rescinds the nation's commitment to it.

"Americans are not walking away from the Paris Climate Agreement," Bloomberg said on Thursday. "Just the opposite — we are forging ahead. Mayors, governors, and business leaders from both political parties are signing on to to a statement of support that we will submit to the U.N. — and together, we will reach the emission reduction goals the United States made in Paris in 2015."

Bloomberg is a special U.N. envoy for mayors and local leaders in meeting the goals of the climate change deal signed by former President Barack Obama. (continued)
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Re: The Trump / Kissinger Psyop Continues. Next Stop... Paris
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People are being duped to love the Agenda 21 and modern eugenicist movement because supposedly Trump is supposedly "in opposition".   We are beginning to see one of the ways the shadow government will use Trump to implement their agenda.     
 

Re: The Trump / Trump believes in climate change (spin mode)
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People are being duped to love the Agenda 21 and modern eugenicist movement because supposedly Trump is supposedly "in opposition".   We are beginning to see one of the ways the shadow government will use Trump to implement their agenda.   

RT

Trump believes in climate change but wants a better deal – US ambassador to UN

4 Jun, 2017
https://www.rt.com/usa/390804-trump-climate-haley-eu/

 President Trump is aware of climate change, but will “take care” of it on America’s own terms, US Envoy to the UN Nikki Haley told CNN. In response to Trump’s pullout from the Paris climate accord, the EU is considering economic measures.

The US president Donald Trump “knows that [the climate] is changing and that the US has to be responsible for it,” Haley told CNN host Jake Tapper, commenting on Trump’s recent decision to withdraw the US from the Paris agreement on climate change.


Calling the current UN treaty – negotiated in 2015 under the Obama administration and signed by almost 200 nations – impossible to adhere to, Haley criticized the former president for signing the US on to the accord.

Saying that everybody in the US knows that “the regulations from the Paris agreement were disadvantaging our companies,” Haley claimed that “the jobs were not attainable as long as we had to live under those regulations… The standards were set by President Obama and they couldn’t have been achieved.”

Trump will take care of the environment, but will do it his way, she told CNN.

“We’ve got a president who’s going to watch out for the environment… We are going to continue to be a leader in the environment [sic],” Haley said.

She then claimed that “the rest of the world wanted to tell us how to do it, we are saying we will do it, but we will do it under our terms.”

Trump is, however, a climate change believer, according to Haley, though he has often slammed the idea.

“He believes pollutants are part of the equation, that is the fact,” she said. “Just because we got out of a club doesn’t mean we don’t care about the environment.”

Earlier this week, Trump announced his decision to quit the international deal, which was considered a major achievement by his predecessor. Saying that he acted “in order to protect America and its citizens,” the Republican president claimed the agreement, which seeks to drastically limit carbon dioxide and other emissions from fossil fuel consumption in order to slow global warming, was not really about the climate.


The Paris deal is “more about other countries gaining financial advantages over the US,” Trump said, adding that his administration aims to negotiate on new, “fair” terms.

The EU is considering taking economic measures in response to Trump’s controversial decision to quit the agreement. These could include halting trade talks, forging closer ties with Russia, and imposing heavy carbon taxes on US exports.

In a tit-for-tat retaliation, former EU Parliament President Martin Schulz has pledged to respond to Donald Trump’s pullout by refusing to engage in transatlantic trade talks. “If the US drops out of the climate agreement... for European trade policy, this means that American production sites don’t need to abide by the climate goals,” Germany’s center-left candidate for chancellor said, as cited by Politico on Thursday, speaking at the WDR Europa Forum in Berlin.

Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern said that Washington’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement means that new partnerships should be established, including with Russia.

“I can clearly see that America quits the current power game, and the decision on the Paris climate agreement only confirms it. For us and for everyone else, this means that we must move forward and form new alliances, with Russia being an important partner,”

Kern told RIA Novosti news agency, speaking on the sidelines of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF).
Europe should in no way change its climate plans just because president Trump does not want to be part of them, Kern stressed.

Alternatively, the EU “should enhance cooperation” in the field, and strengthen its alliances with other global powers, including Russia, China, and India, he said.
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Re: The Trump / Kissinger Psyop Continues. Next Stop... Paris
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New York City mayor affirms city's plan to carry out Paris climate agreement commitments
American cities and states are stepping up to fill the void that Trump left behind in withdrawing from the Paris agreement

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/bill-deblasio-affirms-paris-climate-change-commitments-donald-trump-a7771266.html
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Re: The Trump / Kissinger Psyop Continues. Next Stop... Paris
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Trump Paris Climate Biggest Trade Smokescreen On Earth.

Historic: Trump rejects Paris climate treaty?  While US Still Stuck With The Paris Climate Treaty. This actually is a Trump / Kissinger psyop at it’s best. In February of 2017, while Trump was fresh in the White House, the USA was locked into the biggest trade agreement since the end of the second world war. […]


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Re: The Trump / Kissinger Psyop Continues. Next Stop... Paris
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Why Cities Need Their Own Foreign Policies
Global by nature, they (Globlaist minions in 'local' governments) are resisting nationalist policies (Of And By The People) that don't solve their big problems (For The Globalists) .

http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/06/06/why-cities-need-their-own-foreign-policies-215234

One of the most notable reactions to President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accords wasn’t the global opprobrium from governments around the world, but the decision of big-city mayors (as well as governors and CEOs) to insist that they would continue to implement the Paris goals.

“I remain committed to meeting the goals of the Paris Climate agreement,” Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed noted moments after the President finished speaking. He was joined by Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who both made clear their support. “It’s a sad state of affairs when localities have to do what the federal government should be doing,” de Blasio said. Within minutes of finishing the Rose Garden address, Chicago’s Mayor Rahm Emanuel tweeted, “As the Trump administration pulls back, Chicago will push forward & reduce our fair share of carbon emissions in line with the #ParisAccord.”

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Re: The Trump / Kissinger Psyop Continues. Next Stop... Paris
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Trump Paris Smoke And Mirrors 2


The ‘So-Called’ alt-media is sounding the trumpets… ‘Trump just SAVED America from the disastrous Paris Climate Treaty fraud’ What the alt and corporate media is NOT telling or even allowing me to post at their comment section is this… Not Natural News fault but, the above headline is one of the biggest hoaxes / distraction […]



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Re: The Trump / Kissinger Psyop Continues. Next Stop... Paris
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Why Cities Need Their Own Foreign Policies
Global by nature, they (Globlaist minions in 'local' governments) are resisting nationalist policies (Of And By The People) that don't solve their big problems (For The Globalists) .

http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/06/06/why-cities-need-their-own-foreign-policies-215234

One of the most notable reactions to President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accords wasn’t the global opprobrium from governments around the world, but the decision of big-city mayors (as well as governors and CEOs) to insist that they would continue to implement the Paris goals.

“I remain committed to meeting the goals of the Paris Climate agreement,” Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed noted moments after the President finished speaking. He was joined by Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who both made clear their support. “It’s a sad state of affairs when localities have to do what the federal government should be doing,” de Blasio said. Within minutes of finishing the Rose Garden address, Chicago’s Mayor Rahm Emanuel tweeted, “As the Trump administration pulls back, Chicago will push forward & reduce our fair share of carbon emissions in line with the #ParisAccord.”

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http://www.accuweather.com/en/videos/hawaii-becomes-first-state-to-enact-a-law-aligning-with-paris-climate-agreement/zhbxhoyje6u-wxeazcynzjxfux6wpc8w
"Hawaii becomes first state to enact a law aligning with Paris Climate Agreement
The legislation comes after President Donald Trump announced he would withdraw the US from the Paris Climate Agreement."

LOL!!!!!: 

http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/astronauts-latest-to-criticize-trumps-decision-to-ditch-paris-climate-agreement/70001934
"Astronauts latest to criticize Trump’s decision to ditch Paris Climate Agreement"
By Jillian MacMath, AccuWeather staff writer
June 13, 2017, 8:19:06 AM EDT

Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement has attracted condemnation from many. However, two of his harshest critics have seen the effects of climate change from a unique perspective, nearly 250 miles above planet Earth.  In addition to dozens of world leaders, Astronauts Thomas Pesquet and Scott Kelly have lambasted Trump for pulling out of the agreement, which makes the U.S. one of just three countries that have not committed.  Pesquet, who returned from the International Space Station on June 2, tweeted: “I took the Paris Agreement to the ISS: from space, climate change is very real. Some could probably use the view #MakeOurPlanetGreatAgain.” [LMAO!!!]

Kelly was also quick to respond.
“Withdrawing from the #ParisAgreement will be devastating to our planet. Paris and Pittsburgh share the same environment after all,” Kelly tweeted, referring to the speech in which Trump said his commitment is first and foremost to American cities.

“We deem the momentum generated in Paris in December 2015 irreversible and we firmly believe that the Paris Agreement cannot be renegotiated, since it is a vital instrument for our planet, societies and economies," it read.  Despite the official position of the U.S., more than 75 cities from Los Angeles to New York have pledged to uphold their support for the original agreement. The accord aims to keep the global temperature from rising no more than 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial levels over the course of the next century."
 

Re: Trump Picking Up Where Obama Left Off With NAFTA.
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Paris = Agenda 2030 : Nothing More, Nothing Less

What people who rely on Television... Print... Radio...  & MOST Alt media do NOT understand, is that Democracy GLOBALISM (A.K.A. AGENDA 2030) , will be implemented on the LOCAL level.  As you astutely have been ringing the bell on, Effie Trinket.

Paris was just Pomp and Circumstance...  Window Dressing...  ceremonial nothingness.

Trump's so-called non support is also CEREMONIAL NOTHINGNESS.

Remember, Trump was SELECTED to be the liberty movement punching bag villain so the mainstream 'establishment' could more easily push globalist agenda that enslaves the 'common person'.
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US in trade talks with Asian nations to replace TPP, commerce secretary says

http://www.scmp.com/news/china/policies-politics/article/2099076/us-trade-talks-asian-nations-replace-limping-tpp

The new trade discussions target multiple countries in Asia, US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross told reporters at the 2017 SelectUSA investment summit

“We expressed a willingness on the US’ part to indulge in bilateral talks with Japan” on a trade agreement, Ross told reporters at the annual SelectUSA investment conference in Washington, organised by the Commerce Department.

“We’ve also had some very, very preliminary scoping sessions with some of the other individual nations.”
 

 

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