The USMCA Treaty is an illegitimate construct to be wielded upon the people by imposing a tyrannical global government. This systemic disease began in the early 1900s with the establishment of the Social Security Administration and the Federal Reserve under the seemingly auspicious authority of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Senator Aldrich, when our gold and silver in excess of $10,000 was (by executive order 6102 mediated by Proclamation 2039 and enforced by Section 5(b) of the Act of October 6, 1917 (40 Stat. L. 411) mandated to be turned over to the Federal Government (1).
This targeted U.S. citizens as enemies under the War Powers Act and penalized those who refused to hand in their private property with a 10-year sentence in a federal prison and a $10,000 fine (2). And all of this had been done in the name of fighting off the Great Depression. Under the War Powers Act, Congress delegated its power to the president by decree and Roosevelt stole our wealth, laying the groundwork for the development and integration of an international banking network operating outside of the United States, the Bank of International Settlements, with it’s hub originating in New York (3).
People with economic and political interest such as Owen D. Young, J. Pierpont Morgan, Thomas W. Lamont, S. Parker Gilbert, Gates W. McGarrah, and Jackson Reynolds, in conjunction with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and financed by FDR, sought to extend the principle of central bank cooperation to the international sphere. This has all blown up into the beast we have today, governmental and economic integration into a system of world development which began with the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 (4).
The real and true purpose for the confiscation of our private property and for the circulation of fiat monies is: first to create human capital chattel that is incapacitated by economic debt through inflation; second, to increase the circulation of currency as a means to cause inflation; third, to usurp the people’s authority over government; and to expand the financial sector of federalized government to secure welfare-state programs.
The precursor to these events began to take form under Lincoln’s presidency with the passing of the Legal Tender Act by Congress, allowing gold and silver to be pulled from the U.S. Treasury thereby putting our Union government into debt by purchasing the manufacture and munitions of Union-funded arms makers (5). This act allowed Congress to create a national banking network that printed promissory notes which were given as a receipt promising interest in exchange to those who had invested in bonds. In Hepburn Vs. Griswald, the Supreme Court specifically made United States legal tender notes unconstitutional, illegally ascribing the president the executive privilege under “war powers” to create an artificial currency which no longer had to be backed with a metal of intrinsic value. Knox Vs. Lee struck down Hepburn Vs. Griswald (6), of which the Court held that making paper money legal tender through the Legal Tender Act did not conflict with Article One of the United States Constitution even though our constitution states that there is no legal tender than that of gold and silver.
With the authorization of the President’s signature and through outside influence of the Senate by the Council of Foreign Relations (7), we have been induced into giving up even more of our liberties to a faction within America, Britain, and Europe! A faction which is fabricating events to shift sovereignty from the national interest of the people to an oligarchy operating out of the Hague, the Bank of International Settlements (8), and the Council of Foreign Relations. It also involves the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the World bank, World Health Organization, USAID, IrishAid, and many others operating from the headquarters of the United Nations, and who fund NGOs and social programs holding no interest in the States within which they operate. God help us all!
These organizations are helping to dissolve National Sovereignty and Constitutional limitations of our National Government; these same organizations are using monies given through the International Monetary Fund to implement false flag events, through H.E.A.T. programs in conjunction with Civicus (9) and Certified Social Enterprises using USAID, to facilitate entry by open border programs with an entirely new population of citizens! This will in turn distort our judicial foundations by using the Supreme Court as their tool to reform Constitutional laws into enforcing its “Color of Law” through activism, in which Congress (Legislators) is expecting the Judiciary to uphold laws that are not Constitutional!
In Article Eight of the Preamble to the USMCA we are told this document will (10): (Note: comments have been italicized)
“RECOGNIZE their (the World Trade Organization, or WTO, is the arbiter of the contract and is keeper of the Contract) inherent right to regulate and resolve to preserve the flexibility of the Parties to set legislative and regulatory priorities (this agreement mandates legislative changes in the respective nations for ratification which supersede a nations Sovereign or Constitutional Law), in a manner consistent with this Agreement, and protect legitimate public welfare objectives (social projects, such as housing and free medical), such as public health, safety, the environment (through associated organizations as the World Health Organization, Strong Cities Network, and ILO) the conservation of living or non-living exhaustible natural resources (the International Monetary Fund considers people to be human capital), the integrity and stability of the financial system and public morals (is the First Amendment being disregarded here and we are no longer naturally allowed to have freedom of conscience?), in accordance with the rights and obligations provided in this Agreement;
And in Article Thirteen of this Preamble:
“PROMOTE high levels of environmental protection, including through effective enforcement by each Party of its environmental laws, as well as through enhanced environmental cooperation, and further the aims of sustainable development, including through mutually supportive trade and environmental policies and practices;”
The wording here seems less favorable to environmental agencies, and “enhanced environmental cooperation” and “sustainable development” implies Carbon schemes, Cap-and-Trade, and Carbon tax. Will manufacturers be mandated to regulate emissions, taxing us by means of Congress for fossil fuel consumption?
Article 1.2: Relation to Other Agreements
“Each Party affirms its existing rights and obligations with respect to each other under the WTO Agreement and other agreements to which it and another Party are party.”
1. Unless otherwise provided in this Agreement, no Party shall increase any existing customs duty, or adopt any new customs duty, on an originating good.
2. Unless otherwise provided in this Agreement, each Party shall apply a customs duty on an originating good in accordance with its Schedule to Annex 2-B (Tariff Commitments).
The Treaty divests Congress of the power to unilaterally determine our tariffs. The Treaty violates the following provisions of our Constitution:
At Art. I, §1, We vested in Congress, all legislative Powers granted by our Constitution.
At Art. I, §8, We granted to Congress the powers
Clause 1: To lay and collect Imposts (import tariffs)
Clause 3: To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations
Clause 5: To coin Money and regulate the Value thereof
Clause 8: To issue Patents and Copyrights
Art. I, §8, cl. 1 – to “lay and collect Imposts”
At Art. I, §9, cl. 1: Commencing January 1, 1808, We granted to Congress the power to control Migration to the United States.
At Art. II, §2, cl. 2, We granted to the President the power to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur.
At Art. III, §2, cl. 1, We declared that the judicial Power of the United States shall extend to all Cases arising under Treaties made under the Authority of the United States to Controversies to which the United States shall be a Party
At Art. IV, §4, We imposed upon the United States the duties to: guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government; and protect each of the States against Invasion.
At Art. VI, cl. 2, We declared that our Constitution, and Acts of Congress and Treaties authorized by the Constitution, is the “supreme Law of the Land.”
In the 10th Amendment, We declared that powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution are reserved to the States or to the people.
Article 1606.2 Has a clause that is disconcerting
(c) the waiving of labor certification tests or procedures of similar effect for spouses of business persons who have been granted temporary entry for more than one year under Section B, C or D of Annex 1603;
(d) proposed modifications of or additions to this Chapter (this could be opened up to include all family members piggybacking into America, as with under Obama. In Canada this legislation has already been passed by both the Harper and Trudeau government and applies to foreign students and foreign workers.)
(i) promotion of equality and elimination of employment discrimination in the areas of age, disability, race, ethnicity, religion (will employers have to conform to Islamic prayer schedules?), sexual orientation, gender identity (People of religious faith, specifically Christian, must now render services that conflict with conscience?) and other characteristics not related to merit or the requirements of employment; and,
The protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights should contribute to the promotion of technological innovation and to the transfer and dissemination of technology, to the mutual advantage of producers and users of technological knowledge and in a manner conducive to social and economic welfare, and to a balance of rights and obligations. (This treaty subordinates property rights to the collective.)
1. A Party may, in formulating or amending its laws and regulations, adopt measures necessary to protect public health and nutrition, and to promote the public interest in sectors of vital importance to their socio-economic and technological development, provided that such measures are consistent with the provisions of this Chapter.
2. Appropriate measures, provided that they are consistent with the provisions of this Chapter, may be needed to prevent the abuse of intellectual property rights by right holders or the resort to practices which unreasonably restrain trade or adversely affect the international transfer of technology. (If intellectual property is a barrier to trade, this is establishing global governmental control over intellectual property and taking it for the advantage of the collective if it poses a “barrier to trade”)
Each Party affirms that it has ratified or acceded to the following agreements: (a) Patent Cooperation Treaty, as amended September 28, 1979;(b)Paris Convention; (c)Berne Convention; (e)WCT; and (f)WPPT.
Each Party shall ratify or accede to each of the following agreements, if it is not already a party to that agreement, by the date of entry into force of this Agreement: (a)Madrid Protocol; (b)Budapest Treaty; (c)Singapore Treaty;1
1 A Party may satisfy the obligations in paragraph 2(a) and 2(c) by ratifying or acceding to either the Madrid Protocol or the Singapore Treaty. (d)UPOV 1991; (e)Hague Agreement; and (f)Brussels Convention.
The Parties shall give due consideration to ratifying or acceding to the Patent Law Treaty, done at Geneva June 1, 2000; or, in the alternative, shall adopt or maintain procedural standards consistent with the objective of the Patent Law Treaty.”
Article 20.7 requires the Parties to ratify or accede to a long list of international “agreements” including the World International Property Organization’s (WIPO) Patent Law Treaty. The WIPO is an agency of the United Nations and adheres to international laws.
For greater certainty, for each Party, this provision pertains to ozone- depleting substances controlled by the Montreal Protocol (EPA and United Nations) on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, done at Montreal, September 16, 1987 (Montreal Protocol), and any existing and future amendments to the Montreal Protocol to which the Parties are parties.
6. A Party shall be deemed in compliance with this provision if it maintains the measure or measures listed in Annex 24-A implementing its obligations under the Montreal Protocol (giving the World Bank a direct interest) or any subsequent measure or measures that provide an equivalent or higher level of environmental protection as the measure or measures listed (11).
We will see more regulation and higher licensing fees.
Paul Larkin Jr, of The Heritage Foundation.- “licensing regimes prohibit individuals, sometimes on pain of criminal liability, from engaging in conduct that poses no risk of harm to any person or to the community. Such a regime causes injury rather than protecting against it.”
Article 24.17: Marine Wild Capture Fisheries11
1. The Parties acknowledge their role as major consumers, producers and traders of fisheries products and the importance of the marine fisheries sectors to their development and to the livelihoods of fishing communities, including those engaged in artisan, small scale, and indigenous fisheries. The Parties also recognize the need for individual and collective action within international fora to address the urgent resource problems resulting from over fishing and unsustainable utilization of fisheries resources.
2. Accordingly, the Parties recognize the importance of taking measures aimed at the conservation and the sustainable management of fisheries and the contribution of those measures to providing environmental, economic and social opportunities for present and future generations. The Parties also recognize the importance of promoting and facilitating trade in sustainable managed and legally harvested fish and fish products, while ensuring that trade in these products is not subject to unnecessary or unjustifiable barriers to trade, given the negative effect that such barriers can have on the well-being of their communities who depend upon the fishing industry for their livelihood.”
Article 24.18: Sustainable Fisheries Management
13. Each Party shall base its fisheries management system on the best scientific evidence available and on internationally recognized best practices for fisheries management and conservation as reflected in the relevant provisions of international instruments aimed at ensuring the sustainable use and conservation of marine species.13
14. These instruments include, among others, and as they may apply, United Nations Convention on Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)
Promote Compliance with International Conservation and Management Measures by Fishing Vessels on the High Seas (Compliance Agreement), done at Rome, November 24, 1993, the 2001 FAO International Plan of Action to Prevent, Deter, and Eliminate Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU Fishing), and the 2009
Agreement on Port State Measures to Prevent, Deter, and Eliminate IUU Fishing.” (Our taxes go to fund these type of programs.(12))
Article 33.1: Definitions
For the purposes of this Chapter:
Article IV Staff Report means the report prepared by a staff team of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for consideration by the Executive Board of the IMF in the context of a country’s adherence to Article IV, Section 3(b), of the IMF Articles of Agreement;
The Treaty surrenders the United States’ Canada’s and Mexico’s power over money and their economy to the IMF. Section 3 provides that the IMF shall oversee the compliance of each member with its obligations under Section 1 of Article IV.
Section 1 requires each member to “direct its economic and financial policies toward the objective of fostering orderly economic growth with reasonable price stability,” and to foster “orderly underlying economic and financial conditions and a monetary system that does not tend to produce erratic disruptions” (i.e., our economy is to be planned by the IMF)
Article IV, §3 (b) of the IMF Articles of Agreement, states that the IMF “shall exercise firm surveillance over the exchange rate policies of members,” and “shall adopt specific principles for the guidance of all members with respect to those policies.” USMCA Art. 33.4 confirms that the three Countries are “bound under the IMF Articles of Agreement to avoid manipulating exchange rates or the international monetary system”
3. Nothing in this Agreement prevents a Party from applying measures to regulate the entry of natural persons of another Party into, or their temporary stay in, its territory, including those measures necessary to protect the integrity of, and to ensure the orderly movement of natural persons across, its borders, provided that those measures are not applied in a manner as to nullify or impair the benefits accruing to any Party under this Chapter.” (It may allow open borders to a respective member if international businesses require workers from another country, which will undermine regulations in place regarding labour costs and could result in large labour movements from Mexico to both Canada and the United States)
Except for this Chapter, Chapter 1 (Initial Provisions and General Definitions), Chapter 30 (Administrative and Institutional Provisions), Chapter 31 (Dispute Settlement), Chapter 34 (Final Provisions), Article 29.2 (Publication), and Article 29.3 (Administrative Proceedings), this Agreement does not impose an obligation on a Party regarding its immigration measures.
Article 23.1 cites the International Labor Organization’s (ILO) “Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work” (1998), as guiding the treatment of labor issues under the Treaty. The ILO is an agency of the United Nations (UN); and part of the ILO’s “social justice” agenda is to formulate “fair migration schemes in regional integration processes”.
The United Nations will dictate immigration policy for the “regional integration” of Canada, Mexico, and the United States.
For more detailed information pertaining to how the USMCA usurps the national sovereignty of the governmental parties involved, please direct your attention to an article written by Publius Huldah (13).
In Federalist No. 22, Alexander Hamilton said that one of the problems with the Articles of Confederation, our first Constitution, was that it was never ratified by the people. Because the only foundation was the consent of state legislatures, questions arose concerning its validity. This is why Article VII of our second and current Constitution provides for its ratification by Conventions held in each of the States. In support of the ratification method set forth in Article VII, Hamilton wrote:
“…The fabric of American empire ought to rest on the solid basis of THE CONSENT OF THE PEOPLE. The streams of national power ought to flow immediately from that pure, original fountain of all legitimate authority.”
Our Constitution begins with, “WE THE PEOPLE.” Because we consented to it.
Publius Huldah states: “the USMCA Treaty sets up global government over the economic issues covered by the Treaty. It is NOT to be submitted to THE PEOPLE for their consent. The globalists who infest our Legislative and Executive Branches (the latter of which, as the Perloff article points out, has been dominated by the Council on Foreign Relations for over 70 years) want the Treaty ratified by a simple majority vote in Congress.”
*Editor’s note* Trump heralding the USMCA as a huge win, but who is it a win for?(ref) I have supported Trump for a long time, but I won’t let bullshit slide. If he fucks up, he needs to be called on it.(ref)
Secondly, I am trying to find out who wrote the damn thing. I believe Munchin, Ross, Kushner for the USA. Harper, Mulroney and Freeland(Soros). Known globalists. “Trudeau has, in fact, poured extraordinary effort into the file. He brought Brian Mulroney—political lion in winter and the Conservative architect of the original deal—in to brief the Liberal cabinet. Trudeau appointed a NAFTA council that included not just prominent Tories and New Democrats, but also top union and farming voices, along with the expected business leaders from banking, auto parts, entertainment, high tech and more.”(ref)
Thirdly, the concessions to the Democrats…(ref)
This is the document that Trump is touting as a major vicotry. He’s seems just along for the ride, like a political used car salesman. I am truly disgusted and expect him to fight harder.