Canada’s elections are only a month away which gives the Trans Pacific Partnership a whole 30 days to be wrapped up and signed. Many countries have come to the conclusion that the TPP will not be wrapped up by then and have already lost interest in the TPP. This comes as great news for America since millions of jobs would’ve been shipped overseas, and our American companies would’ve been put out of business.
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We have heard about toxic imports flooding our borders and sickening our American citizens. However, even the imported food that isn’t contaminated is still unhealthy for us. The nutritional quality of fruits and vegetables is highest as soon as they are picked and decline with time. The average imported fruit and vegetable travels thousands of miles before reaching your plate. On the other hand, local vegetables travel an average of 64 miles and were typically picked that same day.
The only American producer of rare earths is shutting it’s doors. Molycorp Inc., based in California, is laying off 500 workers and ending all of the country’s sole source of the elements used in magnets and batteries. The catch, however, is that although it’s closing in America, it’s Chinese factory will remain alive and open.
Membership in the WTO is of no benefit to us—it actually does us great harm! It has damaged our economy and caused us to forfeit our sovereignty. The WTO now controls us, causing us to have no control over our own affairs. By signing the agreement with the World Trade Organization, the U.S. Congress agreed to concede a major portion of our sovereignty and usurp our democratic legislative process, including:
Food processing in China is notoriously poor. Authorities over the years have found in Chinese food factories soy sauce made from human hair, fake milk powder for babies, and meats soaked in insecticide. The conditions of the processing factories are absolutely disgusting. Food from the production lines fall on blood soaked floors flooding with bacteria and get put back in line for consumption. The U.S. has seen first hand these food crimes being committed yet continue allowing Chinese products enter our country for consumption. Here is a list of food products and items that have come from countries with lower safety standards than our own.