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Vicky Davis

Vicky was a Computer Systems Analyst/Programmer turned Internet Researcher and writer. She received her training in computer programming in Santa Clara, California in mid 1970s. She worked primarily – but not entirely on IBM mainframe systems for large corporations and government entities. As an Internet Researcher, she continues to apply her Systems Analyst skills focusing her research on the revolution in government from the systems perspective. She has two websites, this one and the older website with lots of still relevant research: http://www.channelingreality.com

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    John

    So that explains why the TPP has so much anti-sovereignty content. The bill is as bad as Obamacare as far as no one is going to know what’s in it until they pass it. I didn’t realize this process started as far back as NAFTA.

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    Al

    Also TTIP – now that the UK has nearly formally exited the EU (it just needs to trigger Article 50 to make that exit legal, final and complete – to date it has not yet triggered Article 50), the UK will be able to fully ratify and implement TTIP with the US. The people of the UK imagined they were striking a blow for sovereignty and against Corporatocracy. Instead, the way may now have been paved for just the opposite. If Rockefeller’s NAFTA plan originally included the UK, as Mathew Stoller* writes, that goal can now be realized in near future.

    * Stoller has articles published at Salon.com, and thus his material should be taken with a grain of salt as Salon is a front for CIA.

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