by Jack Burns
How Donald Trump keeps his campaign promise to kill the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and remains on good terms with our Asian allies and trading partners may be as simple as a change in semantics.
In other words, he's simply going to call it another name:
And some are saying the deal is much worse than the TPP ever was.
According to the source who has inside documentation, the TISA,
Some have said that keeping financial institutions in check has been the only thing preventing another global financial crisis.
And while the citizens' right to privacy is currently somewhat tenuously protected by privacy laws, hardly anyone can imagine the impact losing those privacies would entail.
TISA's specifics are shrouded in secrecy, with Wikileaks and Bilaterals being the only ones to have published any information related to its details.
According to Counter Punch,
Just in case one might be tempted to think the TISA is just hearsay, rumor, or the fodder of conspiracy theorists, the facts are that over 50 countries are actively engaged in negotiations to enact TISA.
...according to the documents.
It's possible some countries are already making moves to allow for the financial takeover.
Over the last few months, India has reclaimed most of its currency in circulation by forcing its holders to surrender their currency to the banks or lose their wealth forever.
The new currency will replace the old but in order to make the exchange, all cash holding citizens must surrender their bills to the banks to have its value sustained.
According to the Government of Sweden's fact sheet on TISA, the goal of the agreement is pretty straightforward, largely resembling (for lack of a better analogy) a global NAFTA.
TISA's internet regulations, which have been dubbed,
...will most likely be rammed through by those who stand to gain from it - mega corporations and government who want to control the flow of digital information.
As the European Digital Rights (EDRi) stated in a letter opposing the Orwellian data measures in TISA: