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TTIP Already 'Rewriting the Rule Book' for EU Food Standards, New Report Finds


TTIP Already 'Rewriting the Rule Book' for EU Food Standards, New Report Finds

Lauren McCauley, staff writer

The pending Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) will likely spark a "race to the bottom" for national policies that regulate everything from the air we breath to the food we eat and, according to a new report, the controversial pact is already pushing European governments to loosen key food safety standards.


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A cap on personal wealth should make corporations democratic.

Nature limits resource hoarding for many reasons. In us it would prevent Rupert Murdock and Donald Trump from ruling.


When fascism comes (back) to Europe, it will be wrapped in the (EU) flag and carrying the golden arches...


The whole purpose of the EU is to circumvent national sovereignty in favor of corporations. Much easier to implant or bribe a few "representatives" in one body than each country individually.


That also goes for the US the perpetrators of all evil around the world. The neocon fascists and Zionists snuck in the EU unto Europe by way of bribing the leaders. EU was to make Europe peaceful and prosperous instead European standard of living has taken a nose dive, jobs are scarce and the people are told to tighten their belts tighter and tighter while a tiny minority like in the US is getting filthy rich.


Democracy, it's what's for dinner.



Corporate law needs to be rewritten to eliminate the corporation's responsibility to put profit above all else.