NAFTA: Clinton Will Sell Us Down the River Again

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Thu, 03/20/2008 - 11:13pm.

It's true. Clinton has experience Obama does not. She was in the White House and an enthusiastic supporter of NAFTA. Hillary and her husband oversaw the deindustrialization of America.

Of course, as Bill Clinton admitted to a truth activist recently, NAFTA was signed, sealed and delivered without his input, he was simply trotted out in ceremonial fashion to give the impression that an imprimatur was attached, as if we live in a democracy or something.

Regardless, Reuters tells us: The NAFTA agreement, linking trade between the United States, Canada and Mexico, was considered a major accomplishment by President Bill Clinton in 1994 and once secret documents clearly indicated that Clinton had a powerful role at the White House, frequently meeting foreign leaders and presiding over meetings as instructed by his handlers.

It came back to bite his wife in the posterior, as many Americans blame the agreement for the loss of thousands of U.S. manufacturing jobs. Try at least three million, not thousands, but then thats the job of the corporate media, to lie and muddy the water, especially when the anointment of another Bilderberger blessed selectee is at hand. According to the Economic Policy Institute, 2.4 million jobs were eventually lost, mostly in the manufacturing sector. In addition to deindustrializing the country and outsourcing jobs, NAFTA has increased trade deficits.

NAFTA has become such an issue on the Democratic presidential campaign trail that both Clinton and rival Barack Obama have vowed to renegotiate it, Reuters insists. The former first ladys records showed first lady Clinton worked on behalf of the accord.

Of course she did, as instructed. And if you think she will renegotiate it if selected, I have a bridge for sale. She will continue the process of turning the United States into a third world country, eventually indistinguishable from Mexico or China and India for that matter.

Clinton, Obama, McCain it makes precious little difference who is installed. So-called free trade deals will continue no matter who is in office, and no matter what the candidates say on the campaign trail. For as Bill Clintons mentor, Carroll Quigley, explained, elections are all about fooling the people. In his book, Tragedy and Hope, Quigley said the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can throw the rascals outat any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy.

And as should be obvious, that policy is about rendering the United States into a slave labor gulag, virtually identical to China.

Kurt Nimmo - March 20, 2008 - posted at

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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Thu, 03/20/2008 - 11:13pm.