Published on Mar 12, 2015
The TransPacific Partnership (TPP) -WORST Thing Happening on Earth Right Now (Excluding Fukushima) https://youtu.be/qaY46i0ECw8 The TransPacific Partnership (TPP) would be the biggest ‘free trade’ (actually corporate-managed trade) agreement in the history of the world. It threatens the democracies of the 12 nations that might sign onto it, utilizing secret tribunals to enable corporate challenges of any law in the USA or Japan or any of the 12 signing-on countries. Environmental laws, zoning laws, food standards, financial regulations, GMO labelling laws, etc., can be challenged in these 3-judge undemocratic behind-closed doors tribunals whose decisions cannot be appealed as there will be no higher court to appeal to, including our USA Supreme Court, as trade agreements supersede national laws and rules of any signing-on nation to the TPP. 12 nations involved are Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, USA, and Vietnam
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a proposed regional regulatory and investment treaty. As of 2014, twelve countries throughout the Asia-Pacific region have participated in negotiations on the TPP: Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States, and Vietnam.
The proposed agreement began in 2005 as the Trans-Pacific Strategic Partnership Agreement (TPSEP or P4). Participating countries set the goal of wrapping up negotiations in 2012, but contentious issues such as agriculture, intellectual property, and services and investments have caused negotiations to continue into the present, with the last round meeting in Ottawa from 3–12 July 2014. Implementation of the TPP is one of the primary goals of the trade agenda of the Obama administration in the United States of America.
On 12 November 2011, the nine Trans-Pacific Partnership countries announced that the TPP intended to “enhance trade and investment among the TPP partner countries, to promote innovation, economic growth and development, and to support the creation and retention of jobs.” Some global health professionals, internet freedom activists, environmentalists, organised labour, advocacy groups, and elected officials have criticised and protested the negotiations, in large part because of the proceedings’ secrecy, the agreement’s expansive scope, and controversial clauses in drafts leaked to the public
On 16 October 2014, WikiLeaks released a second updated version of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Intellectual Property Rights Chapter
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