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Protecting American Jobs is a Bad Thing

January 9, 2009
Devvy Kidd
1/8/2009

“Tell them (the South Carolinians who wanted to nullify the Tariff Act of 1832) that I will hang the first man of them I can get my hands on to the first tree I can find.” –President Andy Jackson

Did you know protecting American jobs is a bad thing for the banking cartels? So says one anti-American globalist:

“The $17bn bail-out of General Motors and Chrysler last month was already a step across the Rubicon towards a protectionist industrial policy, even if that was not the motive. The EU is exploring a World Trade Organisation complaint over “illegal state aid.” But the latest Buy American move is much more explicit.”

“This is quite dangerous,” said Peter Sutherland, chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a former director-general of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT). “The US is the key to keeping a one-world trading system, but there is always the tendency to go for protectionism in a recession, and this is the worst one I’ve ever seen.”

So, Americans must continue pushing paper for foreign companies and commie countries and buying their junk while our key industries that made this country the richest, most self-reliant and independent in the world, continue to go under – to protect a one world trading system? Agriculture, manufacturing and industrial — all crippled and dying a slow death because of destructive trade treaties signed by Billy Clinton (NAFTA & GATT) and George Bush, Jr. (CAFTA) to keep a “one world trading system” operating. George Bush, Sr., spearheaded the NAFTA treaty with Canada and Mexico; Billy was selected to continue the destruction. Obama is to cement the final stakes through the heart of this republic.

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