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@ 2013-07-30 14:20:00
Free trade is an illusion created my globalist free traders
As an advocate for workers dignity, value added local economies and real world trade based on trading goods and services instead of economies based on making money on money instead of making things, online since 1998, we now have thousand of resources online. Our main news and issues site is at http://tapsearch.com/tapartnews where we cover the history of free trade failures since 1956.

The U.S. Federal Government sponsored the moving of factories outside of the U.S. in 1956. It was a temporary program that never ended and it evolved into so called free trade. Free trade is not trade as historically practiced and defined. It is primarily about dividing production from investments and moving production from place to place anywhere in the world for the sake of cheaper labor and for growing investments this way. It makes money a product that grows value in creative ways based on cheap labor.

However, in the process, the value of workers and labor is degraded and deflated with this value being a better money standard than paper money created out of nothing by the Federal Reserve Banks and international money funds . The lost of this value represents trillions of dollars of value lost forever. In the end nothing matches up and the economies based on making money on money are burned out. President Obama followed the other globalist free trader presidents and had to bail out the process. He did this while ignoring the suffering of all who lost everything due to the imbalances related to trade. Millions of middle class workers in the U.S. have lost their jobs since 1994 in the most dislocation of jobs in U.S. history including the Great Depression. Both major parties acted as one in this betrayal of workers. See http://tapsearch.com/workers-betrayed.

For a short summary of the root causes in a short letter published in the Cleveland Plain Dealer by Ray Tapajna :

Conservative free traders' failures: letter to the editor
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on July 10, 2013 at 3:58 AM, updated July 10, 2013 at 4:02 AM


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Relating to Kevin O'Brien's "The End is Near . . ." assessment:

As an Al Smith (pre-FDR) Democrat and a Teddy Roosevelt antitrust follower, I believe liberalism only gets a chance when conservatives fail to provide for the common good in a society. As long as they are in denial about free trade being the major cause of our economic and social problems, not much good will follow.

The same applies when conservatives fail to enforce the fair trade laws already on the books and protect workers' dignity. Most of them are globalist free traders who do not care about such things.

How can anyone justify living off of the suffering of underclass workers and then tell us how things should be with a plantation-owner mentality?

Ray Tapajna Cleveland

There is no difference between conservatives and liberals in the Bewildered New World. It is not a New World Order as the elder President Bush and President Obama call it but a New World Disorder.

See http://tapsearch.com/tapartnews http://tapsearch.com/flatworld http://tapsearch.com/communications-by-rank http://tapsearch.com/about-ray-tapajna http://tapsearch.com/backfire http://tapsearch.com/news-search http://tapsearch.com/realworldnews
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