Thursday, December 5, 2013

WTO to India: Starve your poor as we demand

WTO: Just another elite organization that should be kicked to the curb.
Globalization is a fail. It serves the powers that shouldn’t be. It does not serve the people. In any nation. Anywhere on the globe.

 India on Thursday shrugged off mounting pressure to compromise in a global impasse over food security that has cast the future of the World Trade Organization into doubt.

New Delhi's insistence that it be allowed to stockpile and subsidise grain for its millions of hungry poor has emerged as a major stumbling block at a WTO conference of trade ministers in Bali.

The WTO has warned that failure to reach a compromise on that and other issues could be a death blow to the body's 12-year-old effort to remove trade barriers, which is at a stalemate.

"This is a fundamental issue. We will never compromise," Indian Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma told reporters at the conference venue on the Indonesian resort island.

Washington and some other trading nations are said to feel the Indian position violates WTO limits on subsidies and fear stockpiled grain could end up on global markets, skewing prices.
 Skewing prices? The WTO  does exactly that! Skews prices. Which is why the WTO is demanding that India restrict grain for the poor. The poor in India can’t pay for basic grains? The WTO says to bad, you should all just starve and die.  
Trade ministers have issued stark warnings that a failure to close gaps in Bali would fatally wound the WTO's waning world influence.

Good riddance to the WTO. Good riddance to the global tyranny.

4 comments:

  1. I'm surprised, happily surprised by India's stand.
    The WTO deserves to be destroyed.

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    1. I hope India sticks it to it's guns
      but early this morning I saw headlines indicating a deal was in the making
      And indeed the sooner global tyranny institutions are destroyed, the better

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    2. The WTO is one of the cornerstones of the NWO's Agenda21--population reduction.

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  2. Countries as nations 'presume' authority to negotiate and enact 'legal' regimes to impose on people. It must be remembered that these are just presumptions. Constitutions, legislation and trade agreements (for example, WTO) are their line of business through which they provide their unwelcome services. On closer inspection, we are delusional to think that any 'legal' impositions they make in our lives ought to be met -

    The Law for all Public Servants – YOU ARE NOT AUTOMATONS
    Public Service, Common Sense and The Law Part I
    http://thereisnodebt.wordpress.com/2013/08/20/public-service-common-sense-and-the-law-part-i/

    DEFEATISM – OUR ZOMBIFICATION II
    http://thereisnodebt.wordpress.com/2013/07/23/defeatism-our-zombification-ii/

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