The solution of a future Hegelian Dialectic is on the move. Secretive meetings for a purposed free trade agreement, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) are underway at Salt Lake, Utah by United States, Japan, Mexico, Canada, Australia, Malaysia, Chile, Singapore, Peru, Vietnam, New Zealand, and Brunei. One would think a meeting of this importance would be televised on all the networks. This week hundreds of experts are to fine-tune the completed draft copy of all the chapters of the treaty. However we can review the Intellectual Property Rights chapter, a chapter an insider sent to Wikileaks. Click the link to find out and read for yourself the details on how the global elites plan to control about every aspect of your life.
At Fringe Truth, we are concern with the implementation of the Hegelian dialectic. A point of interest is in early 2012, the Obama administration indicated that a requirement for the conclusion of TPP negotiations is the renewal of “fast track” Trade Promotion Authority. If “fast track” is renewed, then the normal treaty ratification and implementation procedure would be bypassed, and the United States Congress would instead be required to introduce and vote on an administration-authored bill for implementing the TPP with minimal debate and no amendments, with the entire process taking no more than 90 days. Please note that Congress is not involved in any of the meetings. That is right, Congress is not helping create, fine-tune, nor have any input into the Treaty. What this means is multinational business wrote the treaty – globalist. The point of the fast track is not to give Congress the time or ability to change the treaty.
The fast track is an interesting dialectic reaction however, no indication of the dialectic problem. In the near future the mainstream media with develop a repeatable topic to support the dialectic. An educated guess is American job creation plan of American only products utilizing the TPP to promote the job creation plan. At any rate, shortly we will have a solution in queue for a future Hegelian dialectic.