Would the New Trade Deals Supersede the Constitution?

In this week’s Analysis Behind the News video, JBS CEO Art Thompson discusses how you can tell whether American jobs are being lost due to so-called free trade agreements; how these “free trade” agreements are controlling more and more of our banking system; how all these foreign entanglements are creating an integration of economies around the world to be ruled at the top by the international commissions that are being created by the various trade pacts, such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), that are being negotiated right now; how Senator Sessions of Alabama sent a letter to President Obama that raises an excellent question about the role of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Commission and whether it would supersede our Constitution; and how we should ask the question of who is behind the expansion of ISIS.

 

Here’s an overview of the TPP (Trans-Pacific-Partnership) trade deal that King Putt is pushing:

 

In the meantime, let’s all concern ourselves with the correct air pressure in a football, or Bruce Gender, or racist cops, or white privilege, or some other such bullshit distraction foisted on us by the left allthewhile America is on the precipice of destruction.

~ Hardnox

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6 Responses to Would the New Trade Deals Supersede the Constitution?

  1. Clyde says:

    Good post. This is exactly what the New World Order is all about, IMHO. There is NO question Obama is a tool in this whole scheme. Remember, he DID say the “Constitution is a charter of negative liberties”.

    • Hardnox says:

      Thanks. He sure did. What the asshat neglected to note was that the “negative liberties” applies to government not to us peasants.

  2. BrianR says:

    Well, as to the Constitution’s authority, it’s been established that the Constitution supersedes any treaty or other agreement that conflicts with the Constitution:

    http://law.justia.com/constitution/us/article-2/19-constitutional-limitations-on-treaty-power.html

    “… protected individual rights appear to be sheltered by specific constitutional guarantees from the domestic effects of treaties, and the separation of powers at the federal level may require legislative action to give municipal effect to international agreements.”

    • Hardnox says:

      Thanks for weighing in Brian. That has been my understanding. Too bad our elected officials won’t see it that way especially those on the left.

      • BrianR says:

        LOL… yeah.

        Those nimrods find the Constitution to be just a pesky obstacle to their goals.

  3. Kathy says:

    I realize it’s asking a lot, but if ever there were a time when the Rs needed to stick together and use that majority to their advantage, it is now. This man (Soros tool) and this deal has to be stopped.