MSNBC: Free Trade Agreements Killing US jobs - failed trade deals

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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQrC9SVQi1w]MSNBC: Free Trade Agreements - YouTube[/ame]
 

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The function of free trade agreements today is not to create jobs in America but it is to allow corporations to shut down in America go abroad use low wage labor and bring those products back to America.
Our government is working in the
POLAR OPPOSITE
of what would be the best for the
POPULATION
They use words to describe
POLICY
that is more often then not in
OPPOSITION
of those descriptions to keep the masses
IGNORANT AND HYPNOTIZED

Very good find.
 

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Yes free trade is killing us, it is only good when you have a trade surplus.

Whenever you say that people point to the great depression like it caused it.
 

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Bernie Sanders nails it. 2.8 Million jobs have left the US:
"You've got a failed trade policy approach, why continue it?"
So if what Bernie Sanders says is true, Obama supports North Korean Save Labor when by signing this "Free Trade" agreement with Korea. (Which he's already done)
 

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Well looky here! South Korea has an Industrial Complex in North Korea!:

CRS — Imports from North Korea: Existing Rules, Implications of the KORUS FTA, and the Kaesong Industrial Complex « Full Text Reports…
In early 2011, many Members of Congress focused their attention on U.S. rules and practices governing the importation of products and components from North Korea. Their interest was stimulated by debate over the proposed South Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement (KORUS FTA) and the question of whether the agreement could lead to increased imports from North Korea. Some observers, particularly many opposed to the agreement, have argued that the KoreanUS FTA could increase imports from North Korea if South Korean firms re-export items made in the Kaesong Industrial Complex (KIC), a seven-year-old industrial park located in North Korea, where more than 100 South Korean manufacturers employ over 45,000 North Korean workers.
I guess it should come as no surprise, as our gov't is run by criminal bankers who care nothing about free gov'ts and human rights.

See what "Free Trade" gets ya'? Fucked that's what!

Any of you still think Bernie Sanders is an idiot? :lol:
 

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