Sunday, June 7, 2015

Google+ and Globalization

I just shared a Google+ post by Susanne Posel that at first glance seemed to indicate that the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will mean more bad news for American workers. It may level Americans' wages and benefits, making them compatible with those of similar workers in China. Naturally, TPP is being presented as a positive thing for Chinese workers, but I suspect it means doom to Americans. I did not read the article. Right now, the important thing is that hackers immediately attacked my access to Google+ when I tried to share Posel's article. I was immediately kicked off Google+, and this message appeared (click to enlarge):

Since I did not yet read Susanne's article, my presumption that the article relays information about leveling Americans' wages to make them compatible with workers in China, Africa, India, etc., comes from information I read a few years ago by Joseph Stiglitz, presenting his ideas about globalization gone wrong.

The goal of globalization seems to be to level Americans' standard of living regarding personal liberties, wages, home ownership, etc., so that governments can oppress people everywhere and corporations can pay similar wages to workers across the world. In other words, TPP may bring us closer to the time when all working class people are slaves, as Revelation foretold.

Workers' rights is another good reason to STOP TPP, in addition to freedom of press. See a video and petition by Electronic Frontier Foundation by using the url below.

The blatant censorship I experience and share proof of in this "Justice Gagged" blog is a preview of how "they" will interfere with your right to share information and ideas in the near future. Years ago, I warned that if the People allowed my mentally, physically handicapped brother's kidnapping by Memphis police and murder after 18 days of secret incarceration in Shelby County Jail to go unanswered, there would be many more in-custody deaths, and that has happened. It happened to Freddie Gray, Daniel Linsinbigler, Darren Rainey, Jerome Murdough, and more recently to Matthew Ajibade (featured below). It likely happened to thousands more (Florida's inmate death rate for 2014 was at least 346 people, and that is only one state). Police remove victims from commuters with cameras before committing murder frequently now, just as Larry Neal was arrested first. Maybe by and by, somebody white will warn you about these things. I had told the world for years about illegal surveillence through cable TV, computers, and phones before Edward Snowden did, but the information was only respected when Snowden exposed NSA. I pray that Americans get the warnings about TPP from someone they can respect soon.

Hand in Hand: China, Labor Rights & the Trans-Pacific Partnership
Occupy Wall Street Protest Demand - DIVEST or RESIGN!
Murder of Matthew Ajibade, a bipolar computer science student, in police custody, and cover-up
The death of a 21-year-old computer science student in police custody has been ruled a homicide from blunt force trauma and has resulted in the termination of nine deputies who strapped him to a restraining chair on New Year’s Day and allegedly beat him to death. Although the county attorney’s office initially claimed that the deputies were fired last month for general policy violations, the coroner confirmed on Thursday that the deputies lost their jobs on the same day that he signed the student’s death certificate. The student’s family only became aware of the death certificate’s existence after a photograph of the document was leaked on social media.

Advocacy article by MaryLovesJustice Neal
Director of "Human Rights Demand" channel at Blogtalkradio
 Website: Wrongful Death of Larry Neal
Email Addresses Phone 678.531.0262 or (571)335-1741
Please comment below if CoIntelPro prevents either link from accessing the data at nine(9) urls in this article and signature. If you copy to share, separate the links from the next word. Hackers join them to prevent live links. See this video for a possible example of CoIntelPro/NSA interference:

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