To the Editor
With so much happening it is easy for some issues to get overlooked. Such as the plan of the globalists to merge America with other countries into regional arrangements which start out being economic (such as NAFTA) but which progress into a political regional government (such as EU) which can then be merged into the United Nations.
Packaged as a great sounding trade agreement, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is one such scheme. It is sold as a means of improving trade, but it is nothing less than a means of transferring regulations and trade decisions from American control to a foreign governing body. A merger of the U.S. with the EU is the ultimate goal.
Another such plan on the drawing board is the U.S.-China Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT.) As a precursor, Smithfield Foods, the world’s largest producer of pork and other cold cut meats, based in Smithfield, Virginia, has agreed to a $4.72 billion deal with a Communist Chinese state-owned company, thus putting a slice of U.S. food production into the managing hands of the Communists. As more businesses become owned by Chinese Communists, the rationale for signing off on the BIT becomes more compelling.
If we are to remain an independent nation, it is imperative for us to prevent these mergers as well as the Trans Pacific Partnership, a merger with Pacific nations, and the North American Union which would merge the governments of Canada, Mexico and the United States.