If the first “mistake” doesn’t bring down the system, try again! The illogic must be apparent to those above the fray and it says volumes about their objectives. We are to be made utterly dependent on the kindness of strangers. The primary objective of any centralized system of authority is to wreck regional self organization and governance and eliminate communities because they resist top-down dictates and offer economic alternatives to the dominant system. That’s what the term “destabilization” means. It’s why the government ships in the drugs, why they’ve wrecked public education, why they insist on traumatizing, circumcising and injecting toxins into young children. Family and community must be destroyed. ( http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/02/the-war-on-empathy-love-and-family/ )Individuals must be destroyed. All resistance to streamlined mass submission must be swept away.
The ultimate irony is that we the people gave rise to this monster through our cooperation in its conveniences, which have become necessities over time. This is the way self-organization works. Small systems are incorporated, entangled and eventually lost into bigger ones. God has a sense of humor.
It’s almost impossible to keep anything secret these days – not even the core text of a hyper-secret trade deal, the Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA), which has spent the last two years taking shape behind the hermetically sealed doors of highly secure locations around the world.
According to the agreement’s provisional text, the document is supposed to remain confidential and concealed from public view for at least five years after being signed! But now, thanks to WikiLeaks, it has seeped to the surface.
The Really, Really Good Friends of Services
TiSA is arguably the most important – yet least well-known – of the new generation of global trade agreements. According to WikiLeaks, it “is the largest component of the United States’ strategic ‘trade’ treaty triumvirate,” which also includes the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the TransAtlantic Trade and Investment Pact (TTIP).
“Together, the three treaties form not only a new legal order shaped for transnational corporations, but a new economic ‘grand enclosure,’ which excludes China and all other BRICS countries” declared WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange in a press statement. If allowed to take universal effect, this new enclosure system will impose on all our governments a rigid framework of international corporate law designed to exclusively protect the interests of corporations, relieving them of financial risk, and social and environmental responsibility.
Thanks to an innocuous-sounding provision called the Investor-State Dispute Settlement, every investment they make will effectively be backstopped by our governments (and by extension, you and me); it will be too-big-to-fail writ on an unimaginable scale.
Yet it is a system that is almost universally supported by our political leaders. In the case of TiSA, it involves more countries than TTIP and TPP combined: The United States and all 28 members of the European Union, Australia, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Hong Kong, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Liechtenstein, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan and Turkey. …
1.TiSA will restrict the ability of governments to limit systemic financial risks….
2.TiSAwill force governments to “predict” all regulations that could at some point fall foul of TiSA….
3. TiSA will indefinitely bar new financial regulations that do not conform to deregulatory rules…..
4.TiSA will prohibit national governments from using capital controls to prevent or mitigate financial crises….
But the worst aspect of all is this:
Our enslavement would be complete.