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Letter: Concerns over a one-world government

Editor, Gazette-Journal:

With so much happening, it is easy for some issues to get overlooked … such as the plan of the globalists to merge America with other countries into regional arrangements which start out being economic (such as NAFTA), but which progress into a political regional government (such as the EU) which can then be merged into the United Nations

Packaged as a great-sounding trade agreement, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is one such scheme. It is sold as a means of improving trade, but it is nothing less than a means of transferring regulations and trade decisions from American control to a foreign governing body. A merger of the U.S. with the EU is the ultimate goal.

Another such plan on the drawing board is the U.S.-China Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT). As a precursor, Smithfield Foods, the world’s largest producer of pork and other cold cut meats, based in Smithfield, Va., has agreed to a $4.72 billion deal with a ...

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