Friday, March 13, 2015

811: Know what's below



Here are all 400 pages of the FCC’s net neutrality rules - WAPO

FCC Punts to TPP for Corporate Internet Takeover - Artisanal Press Newswire

FCC 633

+TPP 277


811 = i$i$


Will the Net Neutrality Victory Be Wiped Out by the TPP?

Some of you have heard about the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) but not nearly enough (no, it’s not about that pipeline thing), so I’m adding my voice to help amplify and simplify the information.

1.  The exact details of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) are being kept secret from the public.


2.  The TPP covers a lot more than “free trade,” including topics that impact the everyday lives of most people, such as internet freedom, food inspection, pollution control, prescription drug prices, and risky Wall Street finance schemes.


3. Nations would essentially be giving up power to pass and enforce laws concerning the topics in the TPP.


4. The TPP would be virtually permanent.

Over The Past 18 Months, Network Evening News Completely Ignored The TPP. A Media Matters transcript search of the CBS Evening News, ABC’s World News Tonight, and NBC’s Nightly News from August 1, 2013, through January 31, 2015, found no mention of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. By contrast, PBS NewsHour mentioned the TPP on during eight broadcasts, most of which were substantive discussions of the trade agreement.

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="500"]Media Coverage of TPP[/caption]



  1. They always tell you after they have done it. Just a bus ride to Ferguson.

    US General: ISIS recruits could enter America via Caribbean, S. America

  2. Black Sea: NATO Warships Dock In Romanian Port
    Ukraine’s Prime Minister Yatsenyuk Declares War on Russia
    Ukraine: U.S. May Start Joint War Games Next Week
    Third Ally of Ousted Ukraine Leader Viktor Yanukovych Found Dead
    WaPo: Anti-American Feelings in Russia at Historic High
    Japan’s Orwellian Politics About Ukraine

    6 pack for war coming this year. It's a TPP appetizer.

    Viktor Yanukovych, you better hide under Snowden's bed.

  3. Have you seen this Puddy?