Mar 20, 2016

Truth Lies Deception and Coverups - Democracy Under Fire: Analysis of the Leaked Trade in Services Agreement TISA Financial Services Text

This is an analysis of the leaked Financial Services text of the secret Trade in Services Agreement (TISA) - which is yet another trade agreement being negotiated between government trade bureaucrats and global financial institutions and corporations - while most members of parliament, congress and the public are left completely out of the information loop - despite these agreements having...

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