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Free trade economics is more about divorcing investments from production and moving factories anywhere in the world for the sake of cheaper labor costs.
It separates investments from the process whereby the investment communities are freed from the concern about the overhead of workers and labor and distanced from their responsibilities of human dignity in the workday.
1. The value of workers and labor has been degraded and deflated. This represents trillions of dollars loss forever with this value being an asset and a real money standard. The money created out of nothing by the Federal Reserve Bank and world banks requires many levels of manipulations in order to grow value. This includes the manipulation of the value of workers and labor for the sake of maximum return.
2. The trade deficit which has broken records since 1954 also represents even more trillions of dollars lost forever. The trade deficit is not just an economic term but represent a real lost of money values.
3. Free trade economics had to be bailed out by President Clinton in 1995 when he had to rush billions of dollars to Mexico to save the peso and the Mexican economy even though more than 4,000 U.S. factories were moved to Mexico. Thus, the first bail out went to a foreign country and foretold the coming of the massive bail out in 2008 when President Obama took over and borrowed trillions of dollars from future generations to save the process. However, he only bailed out the investment communities, big money interests, banks, wall street and the “too big to fail corporations”. He ignored the suffering of millions who lost their jobs and the “too small to save” businesses that free trade economics had taken out.
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