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appeared on newswithviews today! This is what I've been posting around the Internet today:
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Deanna Spingola
October 9, 2010

The abolition of nationalism and borders under the guise of the free trade has been the ultimate Illuminati objective since the late 1700s, notably illustrated by Aaron H. Palmer who had a law office on Wall Street in the first half of the 19th century. He catered to individuals interested in transnational business and managed their commerce and paperwork with the European bankers who advocated trade. By February 1837 when the bankers and politicians shrunk the U.S. credit market, Palmer already had a working relationship with N M Rothschild & Sons, located in the City of London. Palmer supplied the Rothschilds with an account of all the financial failures, as many as 280, in the months just before the final crash.[1]

The products of the labor of its citizens determine a nation’s prosperity. A brisk manufacturing base is essential, augmented by the service industry. Nationalists believe in reasonable tariffs that protect the nation’s industry. Free trade is detrimental to a nation’s wealth. So-called “conservatives,” those Republican “nationalists” who claim to put the U.S. first have promoted and participated, along with the Democrats, in the legislation of all of the nation’s free trade agreements. One cannot claim to cherish both sovereignty and accept free trade, through “multinational trade organizations and global financial conglomerates.” Marx, a mouthpiece minion for the elite, advocated both the income tax and free trade. He said of free trade, “it breaks up old nationalities” and eliminates the “bourgeoisie” (small businessmen).[2] Free trade functions to equalize the masses while elevating the elite and their acquiescent political devotees.

For those who did not read all of the above post - Economic Woes, a Consequence of Free Trade --- OR-- do not have time to do any further research ----In March 2010 Rep. Gene Taylor introduced a bill, HR 4759, TO WITHDRAW THE UNITED STATES FROM NAFTA. It was referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means...and has had no further action. After reading the above article, the importance of getting this bill passed becomes obvious. Perhaps we want to contact our Reps and push for this bill's passage??
Link to HR 4759:

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