“A vote for Hillary is a vote for TPP and it is a vote for NAFTA,” GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump said during a campaign stop this week. He’s right. But he should take it a step further: A vote for Clinton is a vote for the continued efforts of globalists to push the American middle class closer to the third world.
During an hour-long speech in Detroit, a city devastated by globalist trade policy, Trump called for a total renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement signed into law by President Bill Clinton in 1994.
Calling NAFTA “disaster for our country,” the business tycoon added, “And if we don’t get a better deal, we will walk away.”
Trump has repeatedly bashed Clinton’s trade positions throughout the campaign. And he’s had an easy go of it thanks to her past love of NAFTA (in 1996, Clinton exclaimed the deal was “proving its worth”) and her recent flip-flop on the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership, an international trade agreement she only disavowed after facing major pressure from Bernie Sanders supporters.
Clinton has also began chattering about rethinking NAFTA in recent years after finding it increasingly difficult to explain why American workers laid off throughout the country continue to have a hard time finding all that “worth.”
But you probably shouldn’t count on her being sincere about renegotiating trade deals in favor of American workers if she’s elected.
You see, Clinton doesn’t have a damn thing in common with the guys at the union hall who keep being told Democrats are their only hope for decent wages and good working conditions. And she has less in common with the poor voters, working or otherwise, who keep being told Democrats are their only hope for government assistance.
But you can bet she sees plenty of commonalities between members of the two groups.
Because she’s spent nearly her entire adult life as a member of the global elite, Clinton sees a nation divided neatly into two groups: The proletariat class— working poor, middle class and government supported— and people with whom she can relate— super wealthy international elbow-rubbers.
The late comedian George Carlin did a pretty good job explaining the mindset of Clinton and the global elites she’s surrounded herself with for so many decades, the “real owners of this country” as he put it.
“We know what they want, they want more for themselves and less for everybody else,” he said.
Carlin’s spot-on assessment continued:
They don’t want people who are smart enough to sit around a kitchen table and figure out how badly they’re getting f*cked by a system that threw them overboard thirty f*ckin years ago.
They want obedient workers, people who are just smart enough to run the machines and do the paperwork and just dumb enough to passively accept all the increasingly sh*ttier jobs with the lower pay, the longer hours, the reduced benefits, the end of overtime and the vanishing pension that disappears the minute you go to collect it. And now, they’re coming for your Social Security money. They want your f*cking retirement money. They want it back so they can give it to their criminal friends on Wall Street.
And you know something, they’ll get it. They’ll get it all from you sooner or later because they own this f*cking place.
It’s a big club, and you ain’t in it.
Bob Livingston recently explained how members of that “big club” like Clinton are currently working to stack the deck against American workers via a one-two punch of uncapped immigration and unchecked trade.
Of course, the push for unchecked immigration and open borders by the globalist cabal – the Obama regime, establishment Republicans and multinational corporations – is about much more than just low-cost labor, though that is a part of it. It’s about creating the most comprehensive program for world fascism and world collectivism ever conceived. Its basis is esoteric, religious deception, as carried out pragmatically by mass politics, international mass banking and the mass media.
Unlimited immigration is phase two of the “free trade” (really crony trade) movement, the first phase of which exported American manufacturing jobs and companies to Third World nations through NAFTA, GATT and now TPP. By this method the globalists circumvent the American political process…
Livingston went on to explain that the plan is clear to anyone who has researched the Council on Foreign Relations, which Clinton admitted to taking her marching orders from.
For better understanding, you should read Livingston’s full piece.
For those who haven’t, here’s the short version: CFR’s primary goal is a nation of world citizens all belonging to a similar economic class.
In order for that to work, America’s status at the top of the economic food chain is simply unworkable. How better to dismantle it than by exporting American jobs and importing poor people.
The immigration and trade trends will intensify under a Clinton presidency. Why? Because she isn’t running for President of the United States of America; she’s running for CFR’s favorite pet. And she’s been at it for years. All you have to do to know that is spend some time sitting around the kitchen table digging through all those emails she wishes she’d deleted.