October 30, 2016
Basically, all disagreements between mainstream left and right political parties are a gigantic irrelevant hoax, designed to give the illusion of choice in the Jewmocracy system.
The most flagrantly obvious example of this concept is the trade deals. Literally no people, whether left or right, agree with these deals, and yet no party, whether left or right, will refuse to sign them.
There is only one major politician in the world who is openly opposed to these deals – and his name is DONALD J. TRUMP.
The European Union and Canada signed a long-delayed free trade deal, which has triggered massive protests over concerns that it will harm European local businesses and agriculture and create a “dictatorship of corporations.”
The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement’s (CETA) stated goal is to create new jobs and promote economic growth.
During the signing, protesters wearing all-white boiler suits attempted to break through police barricades and the security fence at the European Council building in Brussels. The demonstration then escalated into violent clashes with Council security guards.
Protesters threw red paint at the officers who had to pin down those who managed to vault over the barriers surrounding the building. A number of people were detained before they managed to reach the European Council.
Security guards used pepper spray and batons in an attempt to disperse the crowd. An armed squad could soon be seen at the site.
Donald Tusk, the president of the European Union, said he welcomed the free trade agreement, speaking at a press conference that came after the deal was officially signed.
This really is like some leftist caricature of the capitalist pig.
Although to be fair, we on the right have also had our caricatures of capitalists.
We just made them rats instead of pigs.
Because both right and left agree on selling out the people to international financial interests.
No one in the world thinks that is a good or okay thing to do.
The treaty was signed by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the heads of EU institutions. The pact is to come into full force in early 2017, when most import duties are to be lifted.
The path to the agreement was rather thorny, with massive protests breaking out in a number of European countries, including France, Germany, Poland, Spain, and others.
The CETA deal is believed to pave way for a larger EU deal with the United States, known as the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Treaty (TTIP), which has long been objected to by labor unions and environmental activists.
CETA supporters claim the treaty will boost Canadian-EU trade by 20 percent, with Canada’s economy increasing its performance by $9 billion, and the bloc by $13 billion.
That sounds familiar…
Maybe the people who did this deal had the best intentions, and just never thought to Google how NAFTA turned out for the US economy.