The TPP: a monster too big to fail?

Yes, this is it.

May those pushing the TPP fail so miserably, drown so deeply in their own corruption, cowardice and greed that they can never now nor ever again breathe life into such schemes. May the rip currents of Poetic Justice wrest the puppeteers and their puppets under and away with swift force. Never to manipulate this world again. Never to return.

May those with vision and courage flush the TPP and its proponents from our toilets, from our shores, from our governments and from our lives.

May the People on shore awaken from trance and return to their hearts, their souls, their soil, their kin, their homes, their friends, their communities, their lives. May they live, love and create in peace. May prosperity and harmony return to the Land and Her People.

May it be so, and soon.

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The TPP: a monster too big to fail?

by Jon Rappoport

October 6, 2015

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“For every President, there comes a moment when he does what he has been put into office to do. All prior bets and decisions are off the table. They carry no freight. He knows this. He knows he has no excuses. He has no one to blame. He must win. He must succeed. If he fails, he falls. He falls hard. The electorate? His colleagues, friends, and advisors? His flock of adoring supporters? All dust in the wind. He must do this one thing. He must go as deep and as dark and as crazy as he has to, in order to pull off the crime he was sent in to commit.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

I have written extensively about the Trans-Pacific Partnership…

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Linda on October 7, 2015 at 3:14 pm

    Thank you, Laura. So be it, so be it, so be it. And so it is.

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