BoE Says G20 Nations To Enact Bank Deposits Theft Within 12 Months

1 Nov
"The UK at the heart of a renewed globalisation" - Bank of England, 24 October 2013, speech by Governor Mark Carney

“The UK at the heart of a renewed globalisation” – Bank of England, 24 October 2013, speech by Governor Mark Carney

In a speech given in London on 24th October, former Goldman Sachs alumnus, now Governor of the Bank of England and chairman of the internationalist Financial Stability Board, Mark Carney, announced the target date for completion of the new global bank “bail-in” regime (‘The UK at the heart of a renewed globalisation,’ page 5, pdf here):

Systemic resilience depends on being able to resolve failing banks in a way that does not threaten the entire system…

To avoid these risks, we need to make the resolution of global banks a real option…

At the St Petersburg summit in September, G20 leaders mandated the FSB to develop these proposals. The Bank of England is now working intensively with other authorities and the financial industry. Our aim is to complete the job by the next G20 Summit in Brisbane.

The G20 summit in Brisbane is on 15-16 November, 2014.

The terms “resolution”, “resolve”, and “resolving” will be quite familiar to regular readers.

Here at barnabyisright.com, for many months now we have (exclusively?) analysed, and publicised, the secretive international banker plan to “resolve” (ie, “bail-in”, a la Cyprus) insolvent banks across the globe — including Australia. Unsurprisingly, no one in the mainstream media has yet touched the subject.

For those interested to learn more:

G20 Governments ALL Agreed To Cyprus-Style Theft Of Bank Deposits … In 2010

Australia Plans Cyprus-Style “Bail-In” Of Banks In 2013-14 Budget

Australian Banks “Welcome” Cyprus-Style Bail-In Plan

IMF Tells Australian Lawmakers To “Prevent Premature Disclosure Of Sensitive Information” On Bank Bail-Ins

Australian Banks Demand Protection From Derivatives Losses Under Bail-In Plan

Crisis Management: APRA To Be Given Power To “Direct” Your Super

New Zealand Banks “Pre-positioning For Cyprus-Style Bail-In

Canada Plans Cyprus-Style “Bail-In” Using Depositors Money

Timeline For “Bail-In” Of G20 Banking System

IMF Calls For 10% “Tax” On All EU Households With “Positive Wealth”

UPDATE:

My fail. Comprehension fail. I read it wrong.

It appears that the “job” freshly mandated by the G20, the one Carney aims to see completed by the G20 Summit in November 2014, is not the enacting of legislation enabling bank bail-ins. Rather, it is for the FSB “to assess and develop proposals by end-2014 on the adequacy of global systemically important institutions’ loss absorbing capacity when they fail”:

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Nonetheless, the FSB’s Narrative Progress Report on Financial Reforms to the St Petersburg G20 Summit makes clear (page 4-5) that “legislative reforms to implement the Key Attributes of Effective Resolution Regimes [TBI: which includes the plan for depositor bail-ins] are necessary… further actions are needed to give authorities additional resolution powers and … We therefore urge that all G20 countries change legislation as needed to meet the Key Attributes by end-2015” …

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And the St Petersburg G20 Summit Leaders Declaration (page 17) makes clear that our political leaders continue to write completely blank cheques to the private banking industry — using bank depositors’ accounts — by happily going along with every single thing they are told to do by the ex-Goldman Sachs alumni-chaired FSB:

“We renew our commitment to make any necessary reforms to implement the FSB’s Key Attributes of Effective Resolution Regimes for all parts of the financial sector that could cause systemic problems.”

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We will be watching the new laws submitted to Parliament by the Abbott government very closely in coming months. Especially given the banksters’ man, Joe Hockey, is Treasurer, and couldn’t wait to get over to Wall Street to receive his instructions immediately after the election.

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Survey: 87% Of Australians Would Sell Their Children

23 Oct

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At the recent election, 87% of Australians aged 18 years or older voted for the Liberal – Nationals Party coalition, the Australian Labor Party, or the Greens.

Over the past four years, as the ALP / Greens alliance loaded up on national debt, and continued raising the debt ceiling ever higher, your humble blogger has continually pointed to the Interest-on-Debt bill …

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… and cautioned that the Australian Government Will Never Get Out Of Debt.

Yesterday, incoming treasurer Joe Hockey confirmed that I was right.

How so?

By announcing the Coalition’s intention to increase the government debt ceiling by 67%:

The Federal Government has announced a $200 billion increase to the Commonwealth debt ceiling and a six-month audit into government spending in the face of a “deteriorating” budget position.

Treasurer Joe Hockey announced the measures after a federal Cabinet meeting in Canberra on Tuesday.

“The Coalition Government will have to increase the debt limit for Commonwealth government securities to $500 billion,” he said.

“$500 billion”?

Have to”?

I don’t see a loaded gun being held to Hockey’s head … do you?

“We are increasing it to that level because I’ve been advised that on December 12, the current debt limit of $300 billion will be hit.”

He said the last Treasury assessment, provided in the pre-election fiscal outlook, predicted debt would peak at $370 billion.

However, recent trends show it will instead “exceed $400 billion”.

“And we’re not going to do a thing to stop it”, is what he failed to add.

Now we must all endure the risible circus show for the masses.

The Great Facade.

As one “side” of politics argues that they are only doing this due to (a) the other side’s failures, and (b) to avoid having to do it again and again and again — a la the USA recently.

While the other “side” of politics argues that this is (a) hypocritical, and (b) tantamount to asking for a blank cheque.

The antics of both “Left” and “Right” are all a distraction, of course.

The simple facts are these.

If you are one of the 87.58% who voted for the LNP Coalition, or the ALP / Greens, then you voted to sell yourself, your children, and all your fellow Australians’ children into slavery.

Even with usury rates worldwide at historical lows, the Interest-on-Debt bill ($14+ billion p.a.) is already far greater than all but three of the Howard Government era budget surpluses.

Those surpluses came amidst a huge mining boom. A massive sell-off of our national assets. And, an unprecedented, impossible-to-repeat increase in private debt (meaning, the government could run big surpluses, as a counterweight to “growth” in private debt-fuelled “GDP”, without causing a recession).

Those surpluses will never be seen again.

The mining boom has peaked.

There is little left to sell.

And private households are in debt up to the neck.

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Meaning … the Australian Government will never get out of debt.

We are completely enslaved.

Our new treasurer has just confirmed it.

You, your children, your grand children, will have to work ever harder, only to be gouged ever harder, by direct and indirect taxes, just so the government/s that you voted for can pay a portion of the annual usury bill to the bankers.

Each year, the portion that can not be paid, will be “rolled over”, and become new, ever greater debt obligations.

Each year, the politicians will add even more debt.

To pay for their lavish, minimum $195K p.a. incomes.

Their jet-setting lifestyles.

And their craven, immoral political “promises”.

I wonder how long it will be, before one of our triennial national elections surveys actually shows a fall in the number of Australians voting to sell their children.

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P.S. Yes, still on hiatus … simply rose up at 3-something a.m. to exorcise this topic from my mind.

IMF Calls For 10% “Tax” On All EU Households With “Positive Wealth”

20 Oct
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Still on hiatus, but had to share this.

From the International Monetary Fund (IMF) October 2013 Fiscal Monitor: Taxing Times, page 49 (my bold added):

Box 6. A One-Off Capital Levy?

The sharp deterioration of the public finances in many countries has revived interest in a “capital levy”— a one-off tax on private wealth—as an exceptional measure to restore debt sustainability. The appeal is that such a tax, if it is implemented before avoidance is possible and there is a belief that it will never be repeated, does not distort behavior (and may be seen by some as fair) …

Yes, no doubt “some” of those who have enjoyed the benefits of debt-financed “prosperity” would see a raid on households with real savings as “fair”.

… There is a surprisingly large amount of experience to draw on, as such levies were widely adopted in Europe after World War I and in Germany and Japan after World War II…

We’ve done it before. Why not do it again?

… Reviewed in Eichengreen (1990), this experience suggests that more notable than any loss of credibility was a simple failure to achieve debt reduction, largely because the delay in introduction gave space for extensive avoidance and capital flight

Hurry up. Take the prudent savers’ money, before they find out what we’re planning.

… The tax rates needed to bring down public debt to precrisis levels, moreover, are sizable: reducing debt ratios to end-2007 levels would require (for a sample of 15 euro area countries) a tax rate of about 10 percent on households with positive net wealth.

And there are still some — usually those pillorying excessive private debt — who argue that the level of public debt does not matter.

Some excellent commentary on this IMF document from John Ward at The Slog here.

In other news, it appears the USA has begun to introduce capital controls. From Sovereign Man, October 16:

The path to tyranny is almost always paved with good intentions.

And so, enter stage left, the innocuously named Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).

These government agencies with the catchy, high-sounding names are always the most dangerous. After all, it was the ‘Committee for Public Safety’ that was responsible for wanton genocide during the post revolution Reign of Terror in France.

Recently, the CFPB ‘encouraged’ retail banks in the Land of the Free to ‘help’ their customers regarding international wire transfers. And by ‘help’, they mean prohibit.

Of course it’s all for ‘consumer protection’.. So under the guise of safety and security, several banks will curtail retail customers’ abilities to send international wire transfers.

Chase, for example, will start to limit cash withdrawals and ban business customers from sending international wire transfers from November 17 onward.

And starting October 20th, HSBC USA’s Premier clients will have to wait a minimum of five days before transferring funds to their OWN international accounts!

This is the very nature of capital controls– restricting the free flow of capital across borders until it is trapped inside the country and forcibly denominated in a rapidly devaluing currency.

Moral of the above: If your government knows you have it, they will take it.

Pause ….

14 Oct

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Other duties call. I need to focus on those for a time.

Moderation will be intermittent at best. All comments to this thread will be read … eventually … but please do not be surprised if it takes some while for them to appear.

Until then ….

The Difference Between Debt-Free Money And Interest-Free Credit

12 Oct

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Cross-posted from Anthony Migchels’ Real Currencies (my comments at conclusion):

The endless barrage of debt, debt, debt, makes debt-free money sound very attractive. But the problem is not debt, it’s interest and interest-free credit based money is superior to debt-free currency. On the other hand, debt-free money could easily be repaired to again be a competitive proposition.

Debt-free money is simply unbacked ‘paper’ (nowadays it’d be mostly electronic, of course) money, printed (usually) by the State. It can then either spend it into circulation itself or have the populace do it. The former is commonly referred to as the Greenback, the latter is known as Social Credit.

Interest-free credit is credit by bookkeeping. Not unlike our current fractional reserve banking system, although Mutual Credit is a simpler and superior way of creating credit, as there is no need for deposits (‘capitalization’). Hence Mutual Credit is intrinsically stable, while fractional reserve banking based lending facilities go bust routinely.

Debt-free money is spent into circulation and continues to circulate until it is retired through taxation. Interest-free credit is lent into circulation and is retired when the debt is repaid. Often the two meet. For instance: John Turmel recently gave the example of a Continental (George Washington’s debt-free money) being spent on infrastructure and retired through taxation covering the investment. In this way debt-free money is basically used as interest-free credit by the Government and the circulating Continental could be seen as the National Debt.

A noteworthy difference between interest-free credit and debt-free money  is that interest-free credit can be spent as often as it is repaid, while debt-free money can only be spent once. This means interest-free credit is more flexible.

Isn’t debt a problem?

Debt as a problem is overrated. It’s not so much the debt, but the interest that is killing us. A mortgage is good example: we go into debt to buy the house, say $100k and after 30 years we have paid $250k, $150k interest. For the repaid debt we obtained a house, for the usury we got nothing.

Crucial to understand is that it is not the bank’s credit. It’s just bookkeeping and the banks keep the books for the community, who really owns the credit. It is in reality our brethren who are allowing us to buy now and pay later. Credit is automatic, when it is mutual.

In the news we hear about debt, debt, debt, but nobody is ever complaining about debt-service, while all the debt could be repaid within twenty years should we stop paying interest and use that money to pay back the principal. Why is this so?

Bankers know loans can go sour. They hate to write them off, but will gnashingly do so,  if they cannot avoid it. Business is business and they are realists. But whereas a write off is a one time loss, ending interest payments would just kill their business case.

This is one of the reasons why I prefer an interest strike over debt repudiation too, except for odious debt, which should be repudiated always.

For the debt real stuff was acquired and while the bank loses when the debt is not repaid, it does not gain anything when it is: the money is just retired. It’s not the bank’s, it did not exist before the loan was taken out and disappears when the loan is repaid.

An interest strike, on the other hand, is to a bank what garlic is to a vampire.

The reason the people don’t talk about suspending interest payments to alleviate the debt quagmire is equally clear. They still don’t understand how they are being colonized through Usury. They assume interest on the debt is natural, as they were programmed to.

Having said that, debt is a bond. The lender is the master of the debtor. Less is more. Even when the lender is the community represented by an interest-free credit facility and even when the debt is for a worthy cause, like an interest-free mortgage.

So isn’t debt-free money perhaps better after all? The issue is, that classical debt-free money proposals are accompanied with Full Reserve Banking. The money would not be debt-free for long, once it is spent into circulation. Once it enters the banking system, it will not leave other than as a loan. A usurious loan. Because of the usury, a quick return of money scarcity after spending the money into circulation can also be expected.

So debt-free money in itself does not end interest-slavery. Because the money will be handled by banks, there will also be money scarcity. Not only because of the usury, but also because the bankers will keep money from circulating in the real economy, most notably to feed their gambling addiction in the international financial economy.

Furthermore, a modern economy without credit is unthinkable. People will need mortgages and even more importantly, modern business is impossible without credit. Investments can be very capital intensive and these investments would be impossible to save beforehand. People will perhaps not be too bothered with businesses paying interest, but the reality is the businesses will have to pass on these costs to their customers, being us.

Repairing Debt-Free Money

These days we can provide Full Reserve Banking without interest, through JAK banking. That’s one way of solving the usury problem with debt-free money. Savers don’t get interest on their savings, but they acquire future rights to interest-free loans if they save now and allow that money to be used for interest-free loans to others.

Probably even better is demurrage, where those with a positive balance pay ‘interest’, basically a penalty for holding money. Demurrage is based on the ways of the ancients, who used to store produce at central warehouses and got receipts in return. These receipts were used to pay others and they declined in value, because the produce in the warehouse did too.

Demurrage is designed to discourage hoarding of money. As a result, velocity of money (how quickly it changes hands) is vastly increased. Not only that, the penalty gives a clear incentive to lend interest-free, as it saves the cost of holding on to it. It is also promotes paying in advance, which also amounts to an interest-free loan. Paying up front instead of at the time of the purchase is very beneficial for the supplier, who can use the money to finance investments interest-free. So demurrage lessens the need for credit and provides interest-free credit.

The great disadvantage of demurrage is that there is little experience with it. The upside is, the experience there is, is very positive. The classic case is Wörgl, Austria, where demurrage money solved the Great Depression in 1934.

Conclusion

Interest-free credit is superior to debt-free money. It is more flexible and gets to the heart of the matter, which is usury. We will never be able to do without credit, but we can rule out interest on the debt.

Current debt-free proposals do not comprehensively solve usury, and thus also not money scarcity.

However, debt-free money can be decisively improved, both by interest-free JAK banking and demurrage.

There is no tutor like practice and ultimately we will have to experiment with different systems to know which is best.

The best part of the story is, that we have several ways of solving our monetary problems overnight. Only the knowledge and the will are lacking as yet and this is changing too.

My own alternate currency proposal, Jubileeus, includes both interest-free banking and demurrage.

I believe it could solve the problems of usury, and money scarcity.

Because it enables every citizen to become their own central banker.

Creating and issuing their own interest-free, demurrage-based digital currency.

Subject to uniform, pre-programmed rules.

Including a personal “Honour” rating.

Publicly visible to other participants, immediately prior to any transaction.

Automatically calculated, as a consequence of both the credit creation and repayment actions of each and every citizen “central banker”.

It is a system that means no one in society need ever be without “money” to buy necessities.

An end to poverty.

Where no one need ever pay interest to borrow.

Where there is a disincentive to “hoard”, or “save” currency, thus slowing the “velocity of money”.

Because hoarding Jubileeus worsens your personal Honour rating.

It is a system where money is never scarce. There can be no “credit crunch”, or “Great Depression”.

Because the total money supply is limited only the number of individuals participating.

And, by the willingness of society to accept a very large, sustained, overall fall in the Honour of each other.

Something which the system is designed to resist. And — over time — to restore.

It is a system where credit creation and “money supply” are regulated by a power that is not central.

It is universal, and natural.

Time.

The Time needed to earn Jubileeus, and so repay your interest-free “debt” to yourself.

And/or, the Time needed for demurrage to automatically restore your Honour rating.

If you have some free Time now, why not spend it on learning about The People’s NWO: Every Man His Own Central Banker.

It is a system that an award-winning contrarian economist — one of just thirteen who predicted the GFC — described as being “about the best” alternate currency system he has heard of yet.

Pentagon Warns EU To Expect “Radical” Change In US Government Soon

9 Oct

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Obama the Dictator?

This is the kind of end game that arises as a result of the power of usury, to enslave through endless debt growth.

From the EU Times:

A highly troubling “urgent bulletin” issued earlier today by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) states that it has received information from the Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) warning to expect a “radical change” in the government of the United States, possibly within the next fortnight, based on information they have received from “highly placed” sources within the Pentagon.

According to this MoFA bulletin, GRU intelligence assests were notified by their Pentagon counterparts this past week that President Barack Obama is preparing to invoke the powers given to him under 50 USC Chapter 13 to hold that various American States are now in a “state of insurrection” thus allowing him to invoke the National Emergencies Act under 50 USC § 1621 and invoke the highly controversial “continuity of government” plan for the United States allowing him, in essence, to rule with supreme powers.

Specifically, this bulletin says, Obama will invoke 50 USC § 212 that states: “ the President shall have declared by proclamation that the laws of the United States are opposed, and the execution thereof obstructed, by combinations too powerful to be suppressed by the ordinary course of judicial proceedings”

To the specific “combinations too powerful” Obama will cite in his declaration of National Emergency as being needed to be defeated by extraordinary measures, the MoFA says, is a faction of the US House of Representatives popularly known as the Republican Tea Party whom the President and his allies have likened to “hostage takers” and “political terrorists.”

Obama’s greatest fear, and reason(s) for declaring a National State of Emergency, this bulletin continues, was outlined yesterday by his US Treasury Department who released a report yesterday warning of potentially “catastrophic” damage should Congress fail to raise the debt ceiling and prevent the government from defaulting on its debt.

As the current US government shutdown crisis and debt ceiling fight have now merged, the MoFA warns in this bulletin, Obama further warned yesterday that an impasse on the debt ceiling beyond 17 October, when the US government will be essentially out of cash to pay its bills, could start a downward economic plunge worse than the recession of five years ago – with credit markets seizing up, the dollar’s value plummeting and US interest rates soaring and even coming close to the brink of such an unprecedented default that could roil both domestic and foreign financial markets.

Preparing to oppose Obama, should he, in fact, declare a National State of Emergency, the GRU grimly warns, is the US military who themselves are preparing to invoke 50 USC § 842 which allows them to protect America from “The Communist Party of the United States, or any successors of such party regardless of the assumed name, whose object or purpose is to overthrow the Government of the United States, or the government of any State, Territory, District, or possession thereof…”

Not known to many Americans is that the Progressive movement Obama belongs to, and whose media acolyte “presstitutes” swept into office, have long been associated with the Communist Party.

And, as the World Net Daily News Service reported this past August, John C. Drew, Ph.D., the award-winning political scientist, met Obama in 1980 and wrote in 2011: “[Obama] believed that the economic stresses of the Carter years meant revolution was still imminent. The election of Reagan was simply a minor set-back in terms of the coming revolution. … Obama was blindly sticking to the simple Marxist theory … ‘there’s going to be a revolution.’ Obama said, ‘we need to be organized and grow the movement.’ In Obama’s view, our role must be to educate others so that we might usher in more quickly this inevitable revolution.”

Another civil war in America?

Full story here.

Sovereignty Gone: Abbott To Sign Highly Secretive TPP Agreement This Month

9 Oct

Just as I warned here and here, Tony Abbott’s election night victory speech “Open for business” really means “the path to serfdom”.

What is becoming clearer by the day, is that many decades of Australian governments (both “sides”) financing our profligate living habits (ie, trade deficits) by selling off Australia’s national assets, is now reaching a more sinister denouement.

The Abbott government intends to formally sell out our national sovereignty.

Just as international corporatism (money-lending, in particular) has long desired, and planned for.

Imagine a future where the Australian national government is little more than a figurehead. One that can no longer protect you and your children from the predatory aspirations of greedy, profit-and-power-mad international bankers, and the big multinational corporations they finance.

In plain language, that is what the TPP really means.

Cross-posted from Independent Australia:

The Abbott Coalition looks set to sign off on the highly secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership later this month, but what will it mean for ordinary Australians? Dr Matthew Mitchell reports.

Initial nations involved in the TPP; it may include more later.

Initial nations involved in the TPP; it may include more later.

WHAT SORT of “Trade Agreement” manages to both criminalise internet use and force coal seam fracking onto communities?

The answer to this is the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a pact that has the ominous potential to achieve both these corporate objectives — and many more.

Of course, we cannot know the exact effects of the TPP, as the negotiations over the past few years have been held in secret.  However, two leaked chapters – out of the 26 or more under negotiation – have caused more than their fair share of concern.

One of these chapters threatens to undermine both our existing domestic and international legal systems, throwing away the protections and rights achieved over hundreds of years.

How? Through tribunals linked to a system of International Investor-State Dispute Settlements (ISDS). The one in the TPP led to an open letter signed by prominent Australian judges, lawyers, politicians and academics insisting that the government should not sign an agreement that includes ISDS. The letter states:

‘…the increasing use of this mechanism to skirt domestic court systems and the structural problems inherent in the arbitral regime are corrosive of the rule of law and fairness.’

But ISDS is most definitely included in the proposed TPP put forward by United States negotiators.

The Gillard government made it clear that Australia would not sign another trade agreement that included international dispute settlement by tribunals. This followed Australians being burnt by an agreement that has allowed Phillip-Morris to take Australia to an international tribunal over its plain packaging laws, even though our own High Court already decided against Phillip-Morris.

Other countries are experiencing equally serious consequences.

The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is being used by gas and oil company Lone Pine Resources to sue Canada over Quebec’s moratorium on fracking. A trade agreement was also used to sue Ecuador for USD $1.77 billion.

The Coalition’s trade policy document indicates that Abbott’s government will sign the TPP with acceptance of ISDSs because the Coalition is

‘…open to utilising investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) clauses as part of Australia’s negotiating position.’

Not only that, but it says it will

‘…fast track the conclusion of free trade agreements.’  

Tom J. Donohue, CEO and President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, told CNBC that the TPP deal will be completed in a month.

Added to the threat of ISDSs are many other concerns, including those raised by the leaked chapters.

For instance, based on the leaked IP chapter, Aaron Bailey of OpenMedia.ca is concerned about the new powers that may be given to massive international media organisations [IA emphasis]:

The TPP seeks, among other things, to rewrite the global rules on intellectual property enforcement that would give Big Media new powers to lock users out of our own content and services, provide new liabilities that might force ISPs to police our online activity, and give giant media companies even greater powers to shut down websites and remove content at will. It also encourages ISPs to block accused infringers’ Internet access, and could force ISPs to hand over our private information to big media conglomerates without appropriate privacy safeguards. You can see a more complete list of new restrictions below, but it appears that the TPP would turn all Internet users into suspected copyright criminals. In fact it appears to criminalize content sharing in general.

A statement by a U.S. trade representative at the recent ASEAN meeting in Brunei said that the TPP Ministerial Meeting held at the APEC meeting in Bali in early October would be a “milestone” and that the aim was to finish the TPP agreement “by the end of the year“.

President Obama is scheduled to address the APEC leaders, including Tony Abbott, on October 7.

Before Prime Minister Abbott signs this agreement, Australians deserve to know what rights we may be signing away.

Upcoming Information sessions on the TPP:

  • Melbourne, Oct 15. Hosted by Swinburne University. See here for details.
  • Sydney October, 22. Hosted by AFTINET.  12-2pm Macquarie Room, NSW Parliament, 6 Macquarie Street, Sydney. RSVP by Oct 21: campaign@aftinet.org.au

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