Unfortunately ths is not an isolated 'free trade' deal.It has been going on with increasing fervor ever since Bush-Clinton NAFTA with Mexico and BEFORE that with Jew Kissinger leading Nixon by te nose to China to sign a deal that only bebnefitting the international Jewish financiers and money launderers who have no allegiency but to Israel and the Rothschild's City of London Jews !
And Canada which is the dog who is wagged by its City of London tail was forced into secret deals with China again by the international Jewish elite that doesn't care if it sales Canadians into economic wage slavery to comptet with Jewish slave labor in China or Mexico or Southwest Asia or Centrl America all to benfit the Jewish elite and their government enscouinced prostititutes and whore such as Barack Ovbama aka Baaryy Soetoro and the U.S. Congress or Gemnany's or better said Israel's Angela MNerkel and the corrupt German parliament.
If tese deals are so good for us then why are they secret and how can the U.S.,Canada,Germany,etvc., politicians dare to tell us we are living in a democrascy under their corrupt dictatorial rule for their hidden masters ?
USA TODAY-Oct 9, 2015
The largest regional trade agreement in history involves the United States ... the deal are still secret, the TPP is clearly more than just a free trade agreement. ... Brunei, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, Chile and Peru.
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Obama's Secret TPP is an Assault by Big Business on Fair Trade, Net Freedom ... any trade agreement in history, and those commitments are enforceable, ... Asian economies kept out of it, the TPP could trigger a trade war in ...
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The blockbuster TPP agreement would encompass approximately 40 per cent of ... "I will not be bound by Stephen Harper's secretdeals," he said. ... Under terms of the deal, cars would be allowed into Canada without tariffs, ..
At least 150,000 people marched in Berlin on Saturday in protest against a planned free trade deal between Europe and the United States that they say is anti-democratic and will lower food safety, labor and environmental standards.
Organizers - an alliance of environmental groups, charities and opposition parties - said 250,000 people had taken part in the rally against free trade deals with both the United States and Canada, far more than they had anticipated.
"This is the biggest protest that this country has seen for many, many years," Christoph Bautz, director of citizens' movement Campact told protesters in a speech.
Police said 150,000 people had taken part in the demonstration which was trouble free. There were 1,000 police officers on duty at the march.
Opposition to the so-called Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) has risen over the past year in Germany, with critics fearing the pact will hand too much power to big multinationals at the expense of consumers and workers.
"What bothers me the most is that I don't want all our consumer laws to be softened," Oliver Zloty told Reuters TV. "And I don't want to have a dictatorship by any companies."
Dietmar Bartsch, deputy leader of the parliamentary group for the Left party, who was taking part in the rally said he was concerned about the lack of transparency surrounding the talks.
"We definitely need to know what is supposed to be being decided," he said.
Marchers banged drums, blew whistles and held up posters reading "Yes we can - Stop TTIP."
The level of resistance has taken Chancellor Angela Merkel's government by surprise and underscores the challenge it faces to turn the tide in favor of the deal which proponents say will create a market of 800 million and serve as a counterweight to China's economic clout.
In a full-page letter published in several German newspapers on Saturday, Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel warned against "scaremongering".
"We have the chance to set new and goods standards for growing global trade. With ambitious, standards for the environment and consumers and with fair conditions for investment and workers. This must be our aim," Gabriel wrote.
Businesses hope the trade deal will deliver over $100 billion of economic gains on both sides of the Atlantic.
"A fair and comprehensive free trade deal promotes growth and prosperity in Europe. We should actively participate in the rules for world trade of tomorrow," Ulrich Grillo, head of the BDI Federation of German industries, said in a statement.
(Reporting by Caroline Copley and Reuters TV, editing by David Evans)