TPP Enters USA into a ‘New Trans-National Union’

Miller says that in effect the first trade deal would be fast-tracked under the Trade Promotion Authority (TPA), of which both houses of congress are in favor.


“What this means,” explained Miller,  “is the house and the senate together would be authorizing the president to enter the United States into a new trans-national union.”


The Union would consist at first of twelve countries, but additional countries could join and be added over time. “It could issue regulations about labor policy, about immigration policy, about environmental policies, and many other areas impacting American life, American jobs, and American wages.”


Also appearing on the program, which airs on Sirius XM, Patriot Radio, channel 125, was Lord Christopher Monckton. Monckton, who served as a policy advisor for former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, argues that a Trans Pacific Union would bear a significant resemblance to the European Union, which Monckton insists is a serious detriment to democracy and leads to dictatorship.


Moncton asked Miller, “Does the TPP constitutes a treaty in U.S. Law?” Sessions lead staffer replied, “One of the most important things about the “fast track” (Trans Pacific Authority), is it takes what is far more like a treaty then a trade deal, as Sen. Sessions has explained, and eliminates the treaty vote, and even eliminates the senate filibuster.”


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