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Pacific NW Cross Border Action: The People’s Round on the Trans-Pacific Partnership

Posted 2 years ago on Nov. 30, 2012, 11:21 p.m. EST by OccupyWallSt
Tags: washington, british columbia, trans pacific partnership

people's round of negotiations

Today marks the 13th anniversary since the 99% shut down the World Trade Organization summit in Seattle. Tomorrow, activists from across North America will come together along the U.S./Canada border in Cascadia for a People's Round of Negotiations in opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership, another "free trade area" that would expand further expand the NAFTA-agenda of the 1%.

via TPP Cross Border Action (Facebook event):

Saturday, December 1 @ 1:00pm
Peace Arch Park (Surrey, BC & Blaine, WA).

Because the 99% can not afford another NAFTA-another bad sequel, help ‘FlushTheTPP’ & Be part of a cross-border movement towards trade justice!

For more information visit:
http://www.tppXborder.org or TPPxBorder on Facebook
Twitter: @TPPxBorder hashtag: #stopTPP

No more corporate trade deals – Flush the TPP
NAFTA-WTO-FTAA-MAI-FIPA-CETA-CEPA-ETC-ETC-ETC-ETC…

Tired of trade deals that serve only multi-national corporations and not people? Tired of deals that perpetuate inequality and a worldwide race to the bottom in salaries and working conditions? Tired of trade agreements that protect billionaires but not labor, Indigenous and human rights, or the environment?

We’re tired too. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

We can all imagine international agreements that create, not destroy jobs; that promote the right to organize; that don’t destroy the environment; that don't exploit migrant labour; that don’t infringe on the rights of communities to create rules that protect public health, worker’s rights, Indigenous rights; that strengthen public services instead of encouraging privatization; that support a free and democratic Internet instead of a corporate-controlled one.

We can all imagine trade deals built by and for people, negotiated in public, debated openly, with a real opportunity to say no if the deal’s no good.

It’s possible, but it isn’t going to happen unless we make it happen.

Right now, the newest, biggest, (and potentially baddest) trade agreement yet is being negotiated behind closed doors – the U.S.-led Trans Pacific Partnership agreement (TPP). Canada and Mexico just joined the nine other countries involved, making this the expansion of NAFTA that we have all feared. We have learned that the best way to stop bad trade agreements is to get to them before they are signed. Now is the time to act.

On Saturday, December 1, join unionists, environmentalists, Indigenous peoples, migrant justice activists, trade and Internet freedom activists, students organizers and other allies from Mexico, Canada, and the U.S. for cross-border action – The People’s Round of Negotiations – 1:00 PM. For more information and to get on the bus visit www.tppxborder.org & TPPxBorder on Facebook

Past articles:
Occupy TPP: Dallas, TX – May 8-19
July 2-10, San Diego: Stop the Trans-Pacific Partnership

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[-] 5 points by Nevada1 (4849) 2 years ago

Thank you OccupyWallSt.

[-] 1 points by inclusionman (7064) 1 year ago

Trade agreement with Europe?

More job loss? More profits for corp oligarchs?

http://www.care2.com/causes/what-would-a-free-trade-agreement-with-the-eu-look-like.html

FYI

[-] 2 points by shoozTroll (17632) 2 years ago

Do something brash enough that the MSM can't ignore it!!!!

Get the public to ask the question.

What is the TPP?

Put the truth on the table for all to see.

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