Get out of NAFTA Now and forever!!!

Bill Clinton the head of this crime family did this. I wonder how much money he got to help destroy our Country.this deal only hurts our Country not Mexico  or Canada. With our NAFTA, it says in the s=article we will still have trade with these two greedy Countries. There is no such thin g as free trade. We pay no other country has to pay thank you our enemy our Government for trying to destroy our country.so you can pocket more hidden money while you screw we the people of the USA.

 

Is Time Running Out to Exit NAFTA?

Written by   Monday, 19 March 2018 19:36

Is Time Running Out to Exit NAFTA?

The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)’s timeclock is ticking! Mexico and Canada have been pushing to get the agreement completed by April, while U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer is hinting that the U.S. might abandon the deal and replace it with two bilateral trade deals. On the other side of the coin, Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo stated the whole deal could change if the U.S. exits. According to an article from Reuters, Guajardo said:

NAFTA at risk of ending? No. NAFTA will continue between Canada and Mexico because at the end of the day, what is important is you send a message that you believe in free trade. The U.S. is the one that will decide to be in or out.
With Mexico and Canada pushing to secure the NAFTA agreement, we must encourage Lighthizer to exit. It is crucial that the U.S. exits NAFTA completely because it is a stepping stone to the North American Union (NAU). Fair trade has existed between countries without social and economic integration.

Would entering into bilateral deals with Mexico and Canada separately end fair trade as we know it? No.

Would the U.S. still be able to trade with Canada and Mexico? Yes.

If the U.S. goes through with NAFTA as it is would it turn into the North American Union (NAU)? Very possibly.
The issue has always been saving sovereignty. In fact, the United States has signed bilateral deals before, all the while still preserving its sovereignty and having fair trade at the same time. However, bilateral trade agreements can prepare the way for sovereignty-destroying multilateral trade agreements. For example, in 1987, Canada and the U.S. signed the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement (CUSFTA). This agreement served as a precursor to the NAFTA agreement.
According to Article 101 of the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement: “The Government of Canada and the Government of the United States of America, consistent with Article XXIV of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (precursor of the World Trade Organization), hereby establish a free-trade area.”
And, according to Article 102: “The objectives of this Agreement … are to … lay the foundation for further bilateral and multilateral cooperation to expand and enhance the benefits of this Agreement.”
And, sure enough, by 1993 the NAFTA agreement had been negotiated by Canada, the United States, and Mexico and signed by their leaders to supersede the Canada-U.S. free trade pact.
A renegotiated NAFTA agreement could be completed as early as April of this year. And remember what we warned about in early March? An extension of Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) could prolong the time that President Trump has the unconstitutional authority to negotiate trade deals under “fast-track” rules. Don’t delay! Help stop the NAFTA Redo: Stop TPA! 
If TPA is left to expire, a newly renegotiated NAFTA would likely not pass out of Congress. It would bring up the possibility of debate and potential amendments in the Senate and the House. Not allowing President Trump to extend TPA is crucial, for another reason as well, because it would pass on to his successors.
The Constitution is clear on Congress having the power to regulate international trade and is not allowed to delegate that authority to anyone else. It’s time to restore the Constitution. Are you with us?

Take Action Today!

 

  1. Phone the Trump administration (202-456-1111), your representative (202-225-3121), and your senators (202-224-3121) and ask them to reject the renegotiation of NAFTA! Follow up by emailing them.
  2. Apply pressure to Stop the NAFTA Redo: Stop Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) Extension. 
  3. Educate key opinion molders through our ongoing Book Blast campaign.