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The controversial trade deal between the EU and the US could affect public health, people’s rights, internet privacy and the environment badly, Greenpeace says, citing leaked negotiation texts. The US is pressuring the EU over the deal, a report on the texts alleges.
The 248 pages of classified negotiation papers on The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) were released by Greenpeace Netherlands on Monday.
“This treaty is threatening to have far-reaching implications for the environment and the lives of more than 800 million citizens in the EU and US,” a Greenpeace statement says.
originally posted by: riley
a reply to: xuenchen
The real agenda is for corporations to own governments. When they do, the governments.. and by extension the people face bankruptcy if they stand up to corporations for violating their rights.
We are going to be handing all our rights over the the 1%. When citizens rebel, governments will then be obliged to get them under "control" for their new owner's interests. Well our new owners.
Welcome to tyranny of our NWO.