Transatlantic Treaty, the Illusion of a Refusal!

eu-us-tradeOn the margins of the G20 Hangzhou summit which was held last September 4th, 2016, the President of the European Commission has finally confirmed the good continuity of transatlantic treaty negotiations.

Indeed, despite the rushed objections of some European countries, in this case France and Germany, Jean-Claude Juncker assured that the negotiation with the United States regarding the TAFTA would continue.

It goes without saying that the positions of our Socialist President, Francois Hollande, of the Zionist Republic of France against this free trade agreement were nothing but shenanigans.

It is about time that our French citizens finally realize that the few good speeches of our politicians are nothing but electioneering gimmicks; ones that have no value against power or the dictatorship of lobbies.

“We will never accept questioning the essential principles for our agriculture, culture, or for the reciprocity of access to public procurement.” “At this stage France says ‘No.’ “The president of the Republic said at a meeting of “left-wing” politicians in Paris during the 80th anniversary of the Popular Front.

 

Remember, this transatlantic treaty is a project between the United States and the European Union. It is also supported by multinational companies that would seek justice from any state that violates the norms of liberalism.

A very large number of consultants are appointed by multinationals and lobbies and are working on developing this project. This agreement is supported by the lobby of the “transatlantic business council” founded in 1995 under the patronage of the European Commission and the U.S. Department of Commerce.

The “transatlantic business council” allows multinationals to coordinate their attacks against policies of general interest that are still standing on both sides of the Atlantic.

Its goal is to operate on two continents under the same rules and without government interference. Indeed, the Transatlantic Partnership Agreement stipulates that the existing laws comply with the free- trade norms that are established by the European and American multinationals.

Once again, The Anti-Zionist Party raises a warning bell regarding this transatlantic treaty which could greatly change our food, health, and would further weaken our country bringing our public freedom into question.

For example, in the agricultural-food sector, they are discussing the elimination of GMO (genetically modified organisms) labeling and traceability standards in the European market which is protected thus far. Another example is the American meat industry who wants to overturn the European ban on chickens disinfected by chlorine.

The offensive is just as vigorous on the merits of privacy. Allowing these negotiations achieve their objective will put an end to France’s autonomous and independent policy in commercial, defense, and even in diplomacy…

yahia_gouasmi_05-300x200Yahia Gouasmi

Anti-Zionist Party President