Conservative Leader Lays Out The Biggest Threats To National Sovereignty

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Protestors gather on the beach near the hotel where the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) meeting is being held in Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii July 29, 2015. REUTERS/Marco Garcia

The Daily Caller: “President of Americans for Limited Government Rick Manning knows that “every time the government grows, freedom shrinks.” In this exclusive video interview for The Daily Caller News Foundation, Manning discusses three threats to national sovereignty or self-government, while decrying Congress’ weak leadership.

The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), according to Manning, is “the single most dangerous threat to our U.S. sovereignty that this country has faced short of a shooting war.”

Many Republicans, including party leaders, are helping Obama enact the TPP, which the president says will “rewrite the rules of the global economy,” be they labor, environment, intellectual property or other perogatives of Congress.”

Opinion: In order to get the scope of how the TPP has the potential to become a building block for global government and the revived Roman Empire of Daniel 7:23, it is necessary to first understand how an innocuous treaty in 1951 helped create the European Union of today.

The European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) 1951 – meant to coordinate the production of coal and steel within Europe. Signed by France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.

The Treaty of Rome 1957 – this same group of countries opened the door to the creation of the European Economic Community (EEC) and the European Atomic Energy Community or EURATOM to create a common market based on the freedom of movement of people, goods, and services.

The Treaty of Brussels 1967 – the objective was to merge the existing institutions

The Treaty of Maastricht 1993 – from this moment on, it is possible to speak of a genuine European Union, with the addition of intergovernmental cooperation in such areas as foreign policy and internal security.

The Treaty of Amsterdam 1999 – sought to reform the EU institutions in preparation for the arrival of new countries.

The TREATY OF LISBON 2007 – introduced the figure of the President of the European Council and the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security .

The Trans Pacific Partnership has the potential to be the next treaty that forms the final world empire:

TPP is a self-governing agreement that can only be altered by a consensus of all of the countries (currently 12) that agreed to it, thereby rendering individual member nations laws neutered.

If/when China  joins, the communist nation will have a rubber stamp to continue devaluing its currency to the detriment of the American economy.

Finally, TPP favors globalist institutions that will transfer judicial powers to TPP judges at regional tribunals and the World Trade Organization (WTO).

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