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Showing posts with label free trade. Show all posts
Showing posts with label free trade. Show all posts

Friday, July 15, 2016

European Union proving once again that it is both fascist and anti-free trade

As more and more time goes by, it appears that Britain is by far the smartest nation within the Euro sphere as the un-elected Brussels government ruling the European Union shows its stripes once again through their policies to stifle free trade on the continent.

The European Union started out so many decades ago as a way for nations, and primarily businesses on the European continent, to engage in beneficial trade in the aftermath of World War II.  However, as with any alliance that grows to involve multiple countries, the trade union morphed into a draconian political union, which today has evolved into a fascist anti-free trade coalition that penalizes achievers, and props up companies that cannot compete on their own merits.

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Brussels launched another volley of competition complaints against Google on Thursday, marking the latest gambit in a protracted antitrust saga. 
Margrethe Vestager, the EU’s competition enforcer, issued two extra sets of charges against the US group, alleging that it abused its search clout to muscle out smaller rivals in online advertising and shopping comparison markets. 
However, rather than significantly broadening the regulatory assault against Google, the moves largely consolidate the European Commission’s position as it edges towards infringement decisions and possible fines. These would only come to pass in 2017 at the earliest — some eight years after the first complaint against Google was filed. 
Competition investigators generally wish to avoid additional charge sheets, which indicate their legal case is trickier than first expected. But the concession does not mean the investigation is dead — Ms Vestager stressed such follow-up charges were issued in Brussels’ successful cases against Microsoft and Intel. 
Indeed, her decision signals that she is raising her stakes and is likely to see the matter through to a decision and possible fine — rather than opting for a settlement — according to legal analysts. - Mish Talk
The European Commission has a long history of restricting, fining, or forcing companies not from Europe to pay outrageous prices if their products or services wind up being better than European equivalents.  This decade, the target of EC focus has been Google, but last decade the EC went out of their way to slam Microsoft because their own European software and OS companies couldn't compete with the world's top technology company.

And interestingly enough, the primary reason why European companies and startups can't compete with U.S. and Chinese equivalents?  You guessed it... that same EC bureaucracy.
“Europe is stuffed to the gills with talented people with plenty of ability and ideas.  Let down by lack of enlightened investment, painful (near corrupt) board level management and government that hasn’t changed since the 60s.  Where are the exits for high tech in Europe? No exits = no investments.” 
“Yes indeed Europe’s biggest enemy is its own unprecedented bureaucracy whose sole purpose it is to keep the status quo in the respective membership countries uniquely isolated from the other membership states and collectively the world. There exists a common platform with common laws, rules and regulations, but largely to keep others out, rather than focus to compete on the international front, both for individuals, companies and institutions! I am a Dutchman (proudly) but unfortunately living in a world where the politicians have branded everybody that earns more than them a ‘graaier’, greedy! A most unfortunate attitude, because these are the same people that draft the laws, rules and regulations! Respect for creativity, entrepreneurship, individualism, success  are alien concepts to the European bureaucratic machinery.” - AIE
If you want to know why a predominantly 'Communist' country like China is rising to become the world's most powerful economy and financial system, it is because in both Europe and the United States, the incentive to achieve has been almost completely removed due to political ideologues and political correctness.  And what we have in the West today is the merging of a few corporations with the State to create a fascist form of government that by its very nature stifles innovation and competition, and leads only to collapse.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Post Brexit benefits continue as South Korea seeks new free trade agreement with Britain

Back in the days of slavery, having the shackles removed was both a fearful and hopeful time for those who had lived in bondage as the new world of freedom meant infinite possibilities, but also the realization that one was now responsible for their own choices and livelihoods.
This is exactly what voting to leave the European Union after several decades now means for the UK and for the British people.  And not unlike what the Russian people experienced following the fall of the Soviet Union, in the short-term the environment will be difficult, but in the long-term the outcome could lead to greater economic and social growth.
As the EU was a domineering and closed union, the centralized system stifled free trade and was intrinsically built to give advantages to some within Europe while leaving most others to wallow in economic stagnation.  But now that Britain has broken its own chains and started the ball rolling towards self-determination, nations and economies from around the world are preparing to commit to new trade agreements with the UK, since they no longer have to deal with a technocratic bureaucracy that more often than not fined foreign businesses rather than cultivated relationships with them.
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Thursday, June 30, 2016

Contrary to mainstream rhetoric, Britain’s Brexit vote opens the door for prosperity, not decline

Freedom is a funny thing, and over the next several months the UK will have the chance to see just how successful their return to sovereignty is once they finalize their actions in leaving the European Union dictatorship.  By this, we mean that unlike the other 27 permanent and ancillary nations who must all move in lock-step with the un-elected bureaucracy ruling out of Brussels, Britain can now choose its own destiny and create new agreements that are beneficial to themselves in a world moving towards free and bi-lateral trade.
Ironically, and despite the Damocles Sword of ongoing economic sanctions, the best performing economy last year was not China, not the United States, and certainly not the Eurozone, but instead it was Russia, who because of the sanctions were forced to change their trade alliances with the West, and created an environment where they are now the global leader in energy production, and attracting investments and new trade because they centered themselves as a new hub for free and bi-lateral trade.
And assuredly, if Britain wants to find new markets and new options, Asia and Eurasia are the places to go, rather than continuing to wallow under the tyranny of the West.
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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

It’s not just Britain wanting to leave the EU as Switzerland revokes its application to join coalition

All one has to do is look at how the European Union (EU) Troika (EC, IMF, ECB) dealt with Greece regarding their debt insolvency to realize that the former trade union has turned immensely political, and has little desire to act equitably with every member in the coalition.  And since 2014, calls among many European nations have risen to have their country leave the EU and go back to determining their own economic futures.
This week will be the most current referendum for a nation to leave the Eurozone, with the BREXIT vote scheduled for Thursday.  But just last week, one country who functions intrinsically with the EU, but has never been a member, decided to revoke their long-time application to join the union and instead remain neutral within Europe.
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Thursday, June 2, 2016

China overtakes the U.S. as most competitive global economy

In their annual ranking for most competitive global economies, IMD announced on May 30 that China’s Hong Kong sector surpassed the United States on the list to move into the number one spot for 2016.
The U.S. had been number one of the rankings scale for the past three years, but massive regulation, higher taxes, declining infrastructures, and moves towards closed trade (TPP, TPIP) led to their dip down to number three behind China and Switzerland.
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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Obama administration using blackmail and extortion to try to get Europe to sign TTIP

Secrecy aside, the Obama administration is now resorting to blackmail and extortion to try to force European nations into signing the ‘free trade’ agreement known as the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.
In a new report out on May 1, Greenpeace leaked out information to the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung on how the White House is threatening to block European car imports if they don’t come to the table and sign the agreement despite the massive protests by EU citizens against the TTIP.
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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Asia’s three largest economies in talks for a massive free trade agreement

This week, Asia’s three largest economies (China, South Korea, and Japan) will be holding high level talks to forge a new free trade agreement that will help spearhead competition and strength in the Asean theater.  In fact, this is the 10th round of talks between the three member states, and it comes with the potential for these long-standing adversaries to bypass political issues in favor of economic cooperation.
As of the end of 2015, China, Japan, and South Korea were globally ranked as 2, 3, and 11 respectively for their GDP, and a trade agreement between the three could easily place their coalition on par with the combined economic power of the European Union.

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Friday, April 1, 2016

Long-standing U.S. ally Israel moves into China’s camp for free trade agreements

As the U.S. spins draconian trade agreements into Orwellian ‘free trade’ rhetoric, China continues to attract countries from around the world who are no longer enamored by dollar hegemony, and secret deals such as the TPP and TTIP.  And now joining in this conversion from West to East is long-standing U.S. ally Israel, who is finding the political winds of Middle Eastern foreign policy directed squarely against them.
On March 29, Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yangdong announced during a visit to Jerusalem that China and Israel would begin negotiations for new free trade agreements that would boost economic growth for both nations.
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Thursday, February 25, 2016

India, Vietnam, and Israel are siding with Russia over the U.S. in joining the EEU

100 years ago, much of the world was interlaced with military pacts and alliances that eventually led to the first global war.  Now in 2016, many of these same nations are rushing towards new alliances and coalitions but under the name of trade and economics.
On the side of the U.S. are the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) which has garnered 12 countries in South America and the Pacific Rim, and is in the process of trying to coax EU states onto their ledger.  And in Eurasia and the Far East, both Russia and China are creating free trade zones that do not require ‘secret’ and non-transparent pacts that are hidden from the citizens of nations, and in many cases, hidden even from most of the officials they want to bring on board.
Yet despite the power of U.S. hegemony, more and more country’s are choosing the Eastern trade pacts, with three new economies beginning talks with Russia to join their growing Eurasian Economic Union (EEU).

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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

After the completion of TPP in the Pacific Rim, Brazil see talks with Russia to join the EEU

With the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) finalized a week ago, and simply waiting approval from Congress and other member state legislatures, countries within Central and South America are now finding themselves on the outside looking in when it comes to localized trade and exports.  And while the country of Brazil is already a member of the BRICS coalition, the hemorrhaging economy is now seeking a way to join in Russian led European Economic Union (EEU) to counter the fact that neighboring Peru and Chile are now part of the U.S. led trade consortium.
Global trade coalitions appear to be the wave of the future, with differing levels of free trade being the differentiating factor between those coming from Asia and Eurasia, and those coming from the United States, the Pacific Rim, and potentially Europe.

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Thursday, October 1, 2015

U.N.’s global goals agenda just a new way to put lipstick on a pig

Ever since the United Nations (UN) ushered in its fraudulent green agenda in Rio during the 1990’s, the world body has sought to re-engineer its singular purpose of a new world order several times.  From its ongoing poverty programs which never take into account the dictators or oligarchs that take the money and never allow it to get to the people, to climate change propaganda that is really a scheme to tax the world with carbon credits, and finally, a singular humanistic religion that is now being promoted by the world’s first Jesuit Pope, the UN’s 70th anniversary has been one mired in a history of fraud, abuse, and corruption that has hardly helped anyone but a select few.
Which brings us to their newest scheme, and one that is simply slapping lipstick on a pig as the UN attempts to heap all their policies for global control under one roof through a mechanism they call Global Goals, A New Universal Agenda for Humanity.

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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Another country signs on board to join the Eurasian Economic Zone

As economic unrest continues to swell in places like France, Germany, and other states within the European Union, one coalition is attracting new participants since its creation back in October of last year.  And with the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) fully online, and the new Silk Road stretching from Korea to London under construction, Armenia is now becoming the newest member to join the Eastern trade coalition that seeks to facilitate direct bi-lateral trade outside of the dollar.


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Monday, August 18, 2014

America’s legacy of lost jobs and lower wages 20 years after NAFTA

In 1994, President Bill Clinton signed into law the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) which allowed new parameters for trade and trade protections between the nations of Canada, Mexico, and the United States.  This new treaty superseded the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement, and opened up the Western hemisphere to a new globalist approach to trade.

But as the former Independent Presidential candidate Ross Perot succinctly predicted, NAFTA would go far beyond its original intentions and scope, and instead of simply providing a standard of rules by which trade would take place between the three nations, the end result was the corporate use of the treaty to move businesses completely out of the United States, and into one or all three countries to use their own laws to profit from loopholes which have led to over one million high paying jobs having fled the U.S. in the 20 years the trade agreement has been in place.




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