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Democracy Now! on Jun 2, 2015
Despite the Senate vote approving a measure to give President Obama fast-track authority to negotiate the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership deal, opposition to the deal continues to mount ahead of this month’s House vote. Critics, including a number of Democratic lawmakers, oppose the TPP, saying it will fuel inequality, kill jobs, and undermine health, environmental and financial regulations. The negotiations have been secret, and the public has never seen most of the deal’s text. Well, this morning the whistleblowing group WikiLeaks launched a campaign to change that. The group is seeking to raise $100,000 to offer what they describe as a bounty for the leaking of the unseen chapters of the TPP. We speak to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
“The people’s business needs to be public!” Congressman Alan Grayson on TPP
CSPANJUNKIEd0tORG’s channel on Jun 3, 2015
June 02, 2015 C-SPAN
Take action right now — it could be your last chance before the House votes on Fast Track
Take Action to Stop the Spread of ISDS (Investor-State Dispute Settlement)!
Congress: Don’t betray democracy! No “Fast Track” for the TPP!
Tell your Trade Minister: Don’t Censor the Internet
Michael Hudson: Fast-Track for Whom? + Julian Assange on the #TPP: Secretive Deal Isn’t About Trade, But Corporate Control
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (#TPP) and the Death of the Republic by Ellen Brown + Obama, Corporate “Free Traitors” and You! by Ralph Nader
Secretive #TPP Trade Deal is a Threat to Democracy + Bernie Sanders: No Fast Track for the TPP
Secret Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (#TPP) – Investment Chapter
WikiLeaks Releases the Secret Draft Text for the Entire #TPP Environment Chapter + Kevin Zeese: President Obama’s Actually Worse on Environment and Trade than President George W. Bush Was
Congress Can — and Should — Declassify the TPP by Robert Naiman