Few are aware that NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) has rendered us uncompetitive in the world, destroyed our industrial base, caused us to outsource most of our production, and killed most of our manufacturing jobs.
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In the years the United States has been a part of NAFTA, we have seen scores of jobs lost, immigration problems worsen, and our manufacturing base decimated when factories moved out and crossed the border to Mexico. Many politicians in the past two decades have claimed they want to fix NAFTA, but not one has been successful.
Since the implementation of the North American “Free Trade” Agreement (NAFTA), the American economy, which was already stagnating, has gone downhill at an increasing speed. When we examine the details of the “free trade” agreement, it is easy to see why it has caused so much devastation. From toxic imports to the flooding of illegal immigrants, NAFTA has all but decimated the United States.
As the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) have finally slipped out of the shadows, more and more terrifying information is coming out. If you haven’t heard of the Investor State Dispute Settlement clause (ISDS), it’s because no one is talking about it. It essentially trumps any and all federal, state, and local U.S. regulations that are deemed “a trade barrier” and strips us from the sovereign right to govern our own affairs.
The United States is facing economic disaster on a scale few nations have ever experienced. Most people are unaware of the easily observable signs of this crisis, where it came from and how to stop it. While we persist in our superpower mentality, we have quietly become a second-class country in many respects.