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Free trade economics has failed. Pres. Obama had to bail
out the process in 2008 by borrowing trillions of dollars from the future.
Free trade an economic cancer spreading globally: Letter to the Editor
on May 27, 2015 at 11:01 AM
The term free trade is a misnomer. It is not trade. It is an economic process
that divides investments from production and moves production anywhere in the world for the sake of cheaper labor and more
profits. It also frees investment from the responsibility for workers' dignity.
1. It degrades the value of workers
and labor, with this loss of value representing trillions of dollars lost forever and the buying power of many.
the trade deficit which has broken records for more than 20 years represents additional trillions of dollars lost forever.
In 2008, President Obama had to bail out the process by borrowing trillions of dollars from future generations. However the
bailout from the top trickled and petered out about halfway down. He ignored the suffering of the millions who lost
their jobs and businesses due to free trade economics.
Free trade is an economic cancer that is spreading across the
world. Free trade is a sin against the social gospel violating workers who have a right to a just wage for the fruits of their
labor. Free trade secludes the free market for only a few to enjoy. Governments staffed by big money interests rule the process.
There is no popular vote allowed.
Ray Tapajna Reports: Free Trade History - Millions have lost their jobs and businesses. The globalist
free traders ignore the horror as they push for more of the same.
Free trade economics is not new and it is not trade.
It is about divorcing investments from production and moving production anywhere in the world for cheaper labor and more profits
for a few. Our own Federal Government sponsored the moving of factories outside of the U.S. starting in 1956. It was
supposedly a temporary program but it never ended. They start calling if free trade even though it is not
trade as historically defined and practiced but something new. It is a grand betrayal of workers.
1. It degrades and
deflates the value of workers and labor. This represents trillions of dollars in value lost forever. Actually the value of
workers and labor is a better money standard than the money created out of nothing by the Federal Reserve and world banks
which need a great deal of manipulation to grow any value.
2. Plus, the trade deficit which has broken records
for years, represents the loss of trillions of dollars too. Now it is directly affecting the economy more and more
3. President Obama had to bail out the process in 2008.However, he only bailed out big money interests, banks, investments,
stocks and the "too big to fail" corporations. It is a new type of corporate welfare. He ignored the suffering
of millions who lost their jobs and businesses due to free trade economics. The bail out represents trillions of more
dollars lost forever.
President Roosevelt said economic diseases are highly communicable. Free trade is an economic
disease that is spreading across the globe. We have been online since 1998 about this telling the world that only local economies
can work. There are are about five levels of added value from the raw product level to the end user or retail level. The money
spent at the retail level quickly fans out to where the products are made. With all or most of the levels being outside of
our country, the money does not stay here to recycle our economy. It grows other economies in other countries as our literally
1956 the Federal Government has sponsored the moving of factories outside of the country, millions have
lost their jobs and businesses.
Some lost everything they own in life. How can anything like this be called free. The
real commodities traded were workers who were put on a global trading block to compete with one another for the same jobs.
Making production portable this way, big money interests were able to separate production from investments. We ended up with
governments acting as dealers and brokers with growing money values without being concerned about what was happening
to workers in America.
A new working poor class replaced the production workers middle class. Free trade economics
is about making money on money instead of making things. The stock market which once rewarded companies for creating employment
now reward them for firing workers. They call it an increase in efficiency.
I worked in several factories
while going to college and if these jobs were available today, there would be millions standing in line to get them including
college graduates. In other countries where the production was moved, impoverished and underclass workers countries are unable
to afford to buy the things they made let alone have any money left over to buy anything countries like the United States
left to sell. And with more than a billion people in the world willing to work for practically nothing to survive
so called free trade became a race to the bottom with an endless pool of underclass workers available.
Katrina in New Orleans exposed an unreported underclass living in a silent depression. The same scenario is repeated across
America. When ever free trade economics storms touch down, it leaves burn out communities behind. In the far east, new production
came and later left leaving behind conditions worst than ever. As President Roosevelt said economic diseases are highly
communicable. Free trade is an economic diseases that has infected countries around the world with protests breaking out across
On top of this , nations find they must protect their interests in far away places which has resulted
in wars and revolutions. Free trade has brought us a culture of death too. See more at http://tapsearch.com/free-trade-economics
http://ray-tapajna-info.net/flatworld which explores the lost worlds
in the global economic arena.
If free trade had to be ratified by a popular vote, how many people would have voted for it. ....
Who said we had to compete like this with one another for the same jobs in a global economic arena?
1994, the letter below was published in the Cleveland Plain Dealer and it too still applies
passing of NAFTA and GATT betrayed the American workers and now we have close to a 20 year history of Free Trade failures
) Newt Gingrich locked hands with President Clinton in the sell out of America and the betrayal of workers that created the
new working poor class. See http://tapsearch.com/clinton/ Free trade is the major cause of our economic crisis. The value of workers and labor has been deflated and degraded.
However, this value being a better money standard than the value of paper money and Federal Reserve transactions. President
Obama even passed three trade agreements during the major Occupy Wall Street Protests.
Trade Deficit has broken records since 1994 and represents trillions of dollars of value lost forever. President Obama bailed
out big money, Wall Street and banks but ignored the suffering of workers who have lost everything due to free trade.
The betrayal of workers and the American Dream
first letter in 1994 which triggered by advocacy for workers dignity and real free enterprise...........
|Newt Gingrich's Contract with America ignored
|free trade issue and betrayal of workers - Click [ art by J.Suits, 12/11/94 ]
FROM THE DIVINE TO THE DEFICIT__ Published in 1994 __Predicted
the Economic Crisis that Occupys All Streets in 2012 - This letter launched my advocacy for workers dignity......
Can Gingrich and the Republicans keep their promises- and
By Ray Tapajna, Cleve Plain
As a Conservative, I apologize to the American worker
(for Newt Gingrich and Rush Limbaugh (Limbaugh was instrumental in the elections of the new Contract with America Republicans.)
Soon they will be promising a chicken for every pot and telling us to be happy. Maybe Gingrich will add it to the "contract".
What they don't understand is that many of us came out of the woodwork (to vote) because
the option of being "Clintonized" was too much to handle. We were against the new GATT because we were against the
old GATT that exported our jobs and industries. Anyone who has dealth with this end of things knows that our American idea
if fair play doesn't happen in many foreign countries.Anyone who has been on either side of a strike line knows nothing
gets resolved by moving the jobs outside the USA. It seem both Gingrich and Rush Limbaugh have a problem in defining what
human dignity is all about
Those who feel Limbaugh betrayed them by
hiding his real feelings about the GATT trade agreement until after the election should drop a note to his sponsors
and the radiio station to tell them to boycott their products. Then we conservatives would like to reach out to
the workers of America and offer an alliance of solidarity until this terrible "Big Money" thing stops stealing
the Ameriacn Dream from us. In the meantime, the Republicans can stuff their 'Contract with America'. GATT should
have been part of it.
(President Clinton and a Democrat controlled Congress
passed both NAFTA and GATT. GATT was passed in a Lameduck session even though the Republicans had won the House- Clinton joined
hands with Dole and Gingrich Republicans in betraying the American workers.-- President Bush followed in 2000 and passed Fast
Track which in effect made the Executive Branch of the US , the new CEO of the world economy .-- This had no basis in
our Constitution or history. President Obama picks up where the others left off and bails out big money and
puts them back in charge of the process ) See http://www.bizarrepolitics.com/rush-limbaugh-could-have-saved-the-world
Free Trade is not trade as historically practiced and defined. It is more about moving
factories from place to place for the sake of cheaper labor. The U.S. Federal Government sponsored the moving of factories
outside of the U.S. starting in 1956. It was supposed to be a temporary program to test the possibilities of finding cheaper
labor in other countries and provide lower consumer costs for Americans. It never ended with practically all presidents since
1956 participating in the process. During the first few years only a few hundred factories were moved to Mexico. This
evolved into the Maquiladora Factory Program where U.S. manufacturers could move their factories to Mexico and get workers
for about a one dollar an hour. Some even closed down their production completely and contracted Mexican companies who took
over all the production at a fraction of the cost of doing it in the U.S. Also many corporations were able to bypass
the more stringent environmental regulations in the U.S. by doing it this way. After a few years, medical problems and
abnormal births grew in the region on both sides of the border.
By 1992, prior to the passing of the NAFTA and
GATT, trade agreements, more than 2,000 factories were moved to Mexico. President Clinton then pushed the passage of
the trade agreements which were designed by President Bush l. Soon after the number of factories moved to Mexico doubled to
more than 4,000. This did not stop the tide of Mexican workers from flocking to America seeking economic survival. Soon
after getting the trade agreements approved, President Clinton had to rush billions of dollars to Mexico to save the peso
and the Mexican economy. The Maquiladora factory program proved to be a failure and subsequently, NAFTA was a failure from
the start. President Clinton ended up bailing out a foreign country. It should have been a sign of the things to come
but most of our political leaders backed free trade no matter what. The trade deficit has broken records every year since
then and represents trillions of dollars in value lost forever. If the Gross National Product economic measurement was still
used instead of the Gross Domestic Product, it would have to include the trade deficit in its reporting. However, the
Gross Domestic Product method has taken over and hides this negative in our economy. In the end Americans have been
betrayed by their own government. Governments now act as brokers and dealers in the global transactions outside the will of
the people with workers having no voice in the process. Free trade remains the major cause behind our economic crisis.
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instead of making things are burning out. Our American Dream is Burning artwork was first published more than
ten years ago in a top newspaper magazine with the story titled Power to the People. It still applies today. Free trade
remains the major cause of our economic crisis and and the downfall of the American Dream. Our own federal government sponsored
the moving of factories outside of the USA starting in 1956. This 'temporary' program never ended with virtually
all U.S. presidents since then supporting this process.
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Free Trade now has more than 20 year history of
failures. The economic crisis was predicted by Manuel Castells as the Bewildered New World more than 15 years ago.
1995- The first stimulus package went to a foreign nation - Mexico. NAFTA was a failure
before it ever got its name. It took over the Maquiladora factory programs that never worked. President Clinton
had to rush billions of dollars to Mexico to save their economy and the peso which was affecting the value of money around
Globalist Free Traders say the Great Depression was caused by protectionism. We
ask where when and how did this protectionism cause it after the stock market crashed in 1929. I found no evidence of protectionism
with President Roosevelt having the power to lower or raise tariffs at will. However the money crisis caused by the
stock market crash limited world trade because there was no money for transactions. Seeing this Roosevelt enacted the
Lend Lease program that triggered U.S. industrial might. Later World War 2 was won by the awesome U.S. industrial power -
the greatest the world had ever seen. Then the free traders came and chopped it up into pieces and sent the parts around
the world for the sake of the money changers who wanted to create money products. The value of workers and labor was deflated.
This value was the only real tangible value left in the world with paper money needing to be manipulated in many forms
for it to grow values. And now, our economies based on making money on money instead of making things are burning
out. Are you one of the dysfunctional economist who supported the greatest scam of the century. Read on and see what
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No one wants protectionism. Everyone wants real world trade and not so called free trade based on moving factories
from place to place anywhere in the world for the sake of cheaper labor. Join our journey in the global economic arena through
all the pages on this site and all thousands of other resources, we now have on the worldwide web - Keeping history
straight for future generations who will ask why we let this happen. Let all know that it was our Federal Government who sponsored
the moving of factories outside of the U.S. starting in 1956. It was a temporary program that never ended with practically
every president since then participating in the process. At first only a few factories were moved. In the 1970s,
more than a hundred were moved. Then the Maquilador Factory program came and the rate increased dramatically.
By 1992, more than 2,000 U.S. factories had been moved to Mexico alone. When President Clinton consummated the free
trade programs of the Pres. Bush 1 in 1994, the number of factories moved to Mexico rapidly doubled to more than 4,000.
This did not stop the massive migration of Mexican workers to America seeking economic survival. Soon after getting the NAFTA
and GATT trade agreements passed in 1993/94, Pres. Clinton had to rush billions of dollars to Mexico to save the peso and
the Mexican economy. He also sent an unknown amount from the World Bank. So, the first stimulus bail out package
went to a foreign nation and foretold the coming of our own U.S. economic crisis.
Federal Reserve Chairman told
Congress the best to stimulate our economy was to buy "domestically produced goods." However with all the
factories outside of the USA, this was no longer possible and all the extra stimulus money spent at the retail level, quickly
went to the places where the goods were made or grown. The money did not stay here. It stimulated other economies
in the world instead.
Now our economies based on making money on money instead of making things are burning
out as we wait for the next economic bubble to burst.
|American Dream is Burning - Our economy based on
|making money on money instead of making things is burning out
The U.S. has gone through the most massive dislocation of jobs in history. President Clinton
, President Bush and President Obama all acted as one in the great betrayal of American workers.
money changers ignored the fact the value of workers and labor acted as a money standard. This value was radically
deflated and impacted the values of all the money products. See Globalization of Money came first at http://www.bizarrepolitics.com/globalization-of-money-products/ After more than 15 years into his advocacy for workers dignity and fair trade ( real world trade),
Ray now writes about his own journey in the global economic arena at http://tapsearch.com/about-ray-tapajna and http://tapsearch.com/communications-by-rank noting that workers have no voice in the process of free trade and globalization.
My Economic "Ministry" - As Thomas Merton said ... Do not depend on
the hope of results-- When you are doing the sort of work you have taken on, you may have to face the fact that your work
will be apparently worthless and achieve no worth at all, if not perhaps, results opposite to what you expect. As you get
used to this idea, you will start more and more to concentrate not on the results, but on the value, the rightness and the
truth of the work itself." *This is our inspiration for our work regarding human dignity in the work day.
We also dedicate this site to Padre Alberto Hurtado. He was one the first Saints to be canonized by
Pope Benedict. Padre Alberto Hurtado led the way for workers dignity in Chile fifty years ago. His influence
is now global. He became a Saint faster than any Jesuit in history. ( His inspiration was Jacque Maritain, the
great Philosopher of our times, who wrote about community and human dignity in the work day.
THE SELL OUT OF AMERICA! 50% of
U.S. Human Resources are not being used ! ( Getting America Working Survey )
THE REAL WORLD:
Oct. 2002- The Bureau of Labor Statistics finally confirmed that at least 4 million workers are missing in action
having given up looking for work. (It is actually much higher than this - here is how the BLS obtains its unemployment information.)
...The U.S. Labor Dept. actually has 6 different categories
used to report the unemployment rate. The media only gives the one that shows the lowest rate. It they reported the
U-6 series, it would show an over 10% unemployment rate. U-6 includes discouraged job seekers, marginally attached workers
and forced part-timers. Overall, it is impossible to compare the unemployment rate with the past since primarily only full
time jobs with benefits were reported in the past. Part-time work was usuallly a separate category. Today, even a person making
only a $100 a month is considered employed. Also the unemployment rate was formerly based on unemployment insurance
but now since only 40% of all workers nationally qualify for unemployment, the Bureau of Labor Statistics changed their methods
and poll about 50,000 households a month to get their results. So when a political leader states that we
have the lowest unemployment rate in 20 to 30 years, this is not true since the methods are completely different.
When a BSL poll taker calls a household , they ask the person anserwing the phone if they were
looking for a job in the previous month. If they say no, they are considered employed. If a person says they are helping out
in the family business or on a family farm without pay while seeking a job, they are considered employed. If they say they
are a consultant or have a side business while seeking a job, they are considered employed. (In high tech, many of the unemloyed
call themselves consultants until they find a job.)
In addition, temporary jobs,
day labor, contract, leased, part time etc are all considered jobs these days even if the person is hardly making any income.
60% of all workers do not work long enough or make enough money in any given period to qualify for unemployment insurance.
For this reason, the Bureau of Labor Satistics said they had to find a new way to count the unemployment rate and could not
depend on the unemployment insurance offices for their reporting. Get America Working Forum says that 50% of U.S. human resources
are not being used.
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