Dear Friend of America's Survival,
The USMCA, or U.S.-Mexico-CanadaTrade Agreement, is a big capitulation to BIG LABOR, the base of the Democratic Party, and is based on a report calling for a global Parliamentary Group to supervise the global economy.
The description of a key section is titled, "Key Achievement: Labor Rights Recognized by the International Labor Organization," which means hat it effectively gives Big Labor and their global allies the power to demand compliance with United Nations labor standards. It says:
The Labor chapter requires the Parties to adopt and maintain in law and practice labor rights as recognized by the International Labor Organization, to effectively enforce their labor laws, and not to waive or derogate from their labor laws.
Senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania says, under negotiations with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Big Labor, the USMCA "clearly moved way to the left..."
The International Labor Organization (ILO) is a United Nations agency.
The agreement states: "The Parties affirm their obligations as members of the ILO, including those stated in the ILO Declaration on Rights at Work and the ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization (2008)." The latter is described as "a powerful reaffirmation of ILO values. It is the outcome of tripartite consultations that started in the wake of the  Report of the World Commission on the Social Dimension of Globalization."
The synopsis of this report states: "Sustainable development. The quest for a fair globalization must be underpinned by the interdependent and mutually reinforcing pillars of economic development, social development and environmental protection at the local, national, regional and global levels."
Sustainable development is government control of the economy -- socialism.
It adds: "An effective United Nations. A stronger and more efficient multilateral system is the key instrument to create a democratic, legitimate and coherent framework for globalization."
The report goes on: "The implementation of reforms in international economic and social policy will require worldwide political support, the commitment of key global actors, and the strengthening of global institutions. The UN multilateral system constitutes the core of global governance and is uniquely equipped to spearhead the process of reform."
Another section declares: "Parliamentary oversight of the multilateral system at the global level should be progressively expanded. We propose the creation of a Parliamentary Group concerned with the coherence and consistency between global economic, social and environmental policies, which should develop an integrated oversight of major international organizations."
This is nothing less than a World Government.
For America's Survival,