Before President Trump was elected, he made many disparaging remarks about NAFTA, and how disastrous it would be for Americans and would continue to be, and that if he was elected, he would renegotiate it to our benefit, or pull out of it.
United States, Mexico, Canada (USMCA)
Well…it has been renegotiated but certainly not to our benefit. It is far worse than NAFTA. Yet he is saying that it is a great deal, why? Well…let’s face it; it has to be that he is listening to his advisors; and practically all of them are either from the Swamp or they are connected with those who are. His current United States Trade Representative is Robert Lighthizer who is a member of the globalist Council on Foreign Relations, founded in 1921 and massively funded by the Ford Foundation and Rockefeller Foundation in the 1930s.
Who Makes the Rules
In a recent article by John Fonte, entitled, Who Makes the ‘Rules’ in a ‘Rules Based’ Liberal Global Order, he explains the massive irrational and obsessive hatred of President Trump by the Democratic Socialists and many of the neo-con Trotskyite Republicans. He explains, “The forces promoting global governance represent a serious actor, driver, or player in world politics. Transnationalism or globalism has an ideology and a social-material base. And, crucially, it has a strong American connection.” Transnationalism is the word now for globalism.
“The ideology is utopian, the age-old dream of worldwide peace and prosperity under a benevolent global regime. Further, the globalist project is bipartisan, in terms of both ideas and institutions.”
This is what President Trump is facing and there are countless numbers of these utopian dreamers who surround him. Just like the pitfalls of our President’s tax overhaul for American workers, written by the Director of the National Economic Council, globalist Gary Cohn, the USMCA contains massive perils to our sovereignty and is being promoted by CFR member Robert Lighthizer. (Regarding Trump’s magnificent economic tax bill, we must never allow the Democratic socialists to regain the presidency or both houses of Congress. If we do, the deductions we gave up will never come back, but our taxes will be raised.)
If the USMCA is ratified it will practically destroy everything that President Trump has accomplished. Not only will it bring in through the back door the United Nations Law of the Sea Treaty, which was rejected by President Reagan and President Bush, it will open the gates for the United Nations to increase its domestic agenda through Agenda 2030. (The Law of the Sea Convention defines the rights and responsibilities of nations with respect to their use of the world’s oceans, establishing guidelines for businesses, the environment and the management of marine natural resources.)
The transnationalists were only too evident in NAFTA, and now again in the USMCA.
“The next major priority for me, and for all of us, should be to lower the cost of health care and prescription drugs,” the president said in his most recent State of the Union Address. “It is unacceptable that Americans pay vastly more than people in other countries for the exact same drugs, often made in the exact same place.”
However, big Pharma, according to reports, loves the “great deal” of NAFTA 2.0 (USMCA) which actually forbids the U.S. Congress from curtailing Big Pharma’s patent monopolies on some of the world’s most expensive drugs. In other words: Trump’s “America First” trade deal restricts U.S. sovereignty, for the sake of locking in high drug prices.
In addition, corporations that have used NAFTA to outsource hundreds of thousands of jobs to Mexico are thrilled that the revised deal’s labor and environmental terms are too weak to stop more job outsourcing. Both the U.S. and Canada say they want Mexican labor reform and no more sweat shops, that Mexico must equate its labor laws with those of the United States and Canada.
The USMCA would completely jeopardize our border security and sovereignty negotiated by Robert Lighthizer. Among the many land mines in this 2,325-page treaty are provisions protecting migrant rights and prohibiting numerical quotas on certain foreign workers. Imagine the havoc that U.S. federal judges or judges of USMCA tribunals or World Trade Organization tribunals could inflict with these provisions.
When President Trump spoke before the U.N. General Assembly, he really had the globalists worried when he said, “We will never surrender America’s sovereignty to an unelected, unaccountable, global bureaucracy. America is governed by Americans. We reject the ideology of globalism, and we embrace the doctrine of patriotism.
What a wonderful statement – but then he said, “The United States is committed to making the United Nations more effective.” This was an absolute antithesis of his prior statement.
Call on President Trump, your senators, and representatives to oppose the USMCA before this dangerous venture gains any more momentum.
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