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Clark recounts how, as the Executive Assistant to Germain Denis, Number Three man on the Canadian FTA negotiating team, she was required to type out two different versions of the agreement's terms, one for the provincial premiers to review, and another with the real terms, that has never since been seen by any Canadian outside of the team that wrote it.
So the premiers never saw the real agreement: they were handed bogus documents with figures altered to make things look hunky-dory to them, while behind the scenes, the Americans were busy approving terms and conditions the premiers would never have agreed to support.
In fact, the original, real document is hidden in a bunker 50 miles north of Ottawa, and all the bogus documents were shredded on command. The premiers never caught on that they had been had, nor did the Canadian people. And the signed agreement has since been declared an object of "National Security".
Originally posted by masqua
It's just a piece of paper.
Pacts and agreements are leaves to the tree of a nation. They bud, bloom and fall.
Originally posted by MRuss
I'm wondering why this woman would have a reason to lie.