The Philippines has reportedly decided not to take part in negotiations on the TPP. If countries that make an announcement of non-participation increase in number, the TPP negotiations would get stuck. Additionally, if a certain brave country announces its intention to withdraw from participation, the negotiations would be totally broken down. The TPP has so-called toxic provisions. Many people do not know the existence of such provisions because the media do not report about them,. If people draw their attention to such outrageous agreements, the TPP negotiations would completely fall apart. The TPP is such a devastating agreement that the content has to be kept a secret.
April 2, 2015
「Stunning New」 The Philippines Announces Intention Not to Join TPP and Declares to Put more Emphasis on Relations with China than with U.S.! Birth of New World Order Led by China to Be Born!?
English translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: Blog to Seek for Truth – April 2, 2015 –
Although the Philippines initially inclined toward the TPP (Trans Pacific Partnership), U.S.-led economic agreement, the country has clearly announced its intention not to join the TPP.
On March 3-, Philippines’s President Aquino announced the government’s policy not to join negotiations on the TPP and declared that the country would prioritize the framework China involves in.
It is likely that non-participation of the Philippines, an influential country in the Southeast Asia, will lead to decreasing the TPP’s momentum.
On the other hand, about 50 countries applied for participation in the AIIB (Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank). China has proposed the “East Asia Community Plan” other than the AIIB and has started to move forward toward establishing hegemony in Asia.
Furthermore, an agreement on establishment of a joint Arab military force has been reached in the Middle East. China’s giant growth and Middle East Union indicate that the world is moving toward the New World Order (NOW) and it is very likely that the trend will be accelerated.
Although Japan has prioritized the U.S., it will be forced to review the poicy before too long.
*The Philippines under the current government does not take part in TPP and instead prioritizes the framework China involves in
Philippines’ Trade Secretary Gregory Domingo announced a policy not to take part in negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) under its current government led by President Aquino. The government made a judgment that it would not make it to prepare necessary laws during the president’s term of office. Conversion of the Aquino administration, which has been positive about joining the TPP, reflects the reality of lack of TPP’s momentum led by U.S. and Japan.