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24/07/2014 - Ecco perchè piove sempre... e perchè bisogna fermare gli accordi TTIP

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Scie chimiche o chemtrails. 20 milioni di tonnellate di particelle di alluminio, bario ed altri metalli per riequlibrare il riscaldamento globale, oltre che a giocare a desertificare l'Iran ed altri paesi nemici. Nano particelle che scaldate con l'energia dells trazioni HAARP provocano a piacere sconvolgimenti climatici che hanno tra gli altri lo scopo di evitare la desertificazione degli Stati centrali USA dove si fa la produzione di grano e mais, oltre che distruggere le colture biologiche a favore di quelle OGM. Il brevetto Monsanto contiene anche la caratteristica di poter crescere in ambienti ricchi di metalli pesanti . Insomma una tragedia immane, che va sotto silenzio. A Bacoli ho alcuni amici che si battono attivamente per creare consapevolezza affinche la gente si faccia sentire contro le scie chimiche e la guerra climatica. Un vero attacco alla razza umana ed alla vita OLtre a questo il programma degli accordi TTIP è in avanzamento nell indifferenza di molti, e DEBBO AGIRE PER MIO FIGLIO E NIPOTE giovani giovani, affinche possano vivere in un mondo che sia ancora vivibile

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Good news: we’ve confirmed the EU has received your reply to their consultation on TTIP - the trade deal that could end up being one of the biggest corporate power grabs in history.

You weren’t the only one. Over 25,000 SumOfUs members across Europe replied - so many they’ve had to extend the deadline for getting responses. The extra time means we can still convince more people to fill in the form, to make our message even more powerful.

Let’s get 10,000 more comments before the consultation closes on Sunday. Can you help by forwarding this email to 5 of your friends and family, and sharing it on Facebook?

Forward the email below to at least five of your friends.

email Click here to share this campaign with your friends on Facebook.

Our message from last week is below:

The US is determined to force Europe to adopt rules that let corporations sue governments in secret courts, under the dangerous TTIP trade deal.

But facing pressure, the EU has agreed to a public consultation on the dangerous rules.

Comments close in just a few days -- let's make sure the EU can't ignore our views and says no to secret corporate courts!

Submit a comment

Friend,

This week, we have a huge opportunity to stop one of the worst parts of the risky TTIP trade deal between Europe and the US.

The US is determined to include rules that will allow corporations to sue our elected governments in secret courts, or "investor state dispute settlement". But under pressure, the EU have committed to ask citizens what they think.

The deadline for submissions is in just a few days, so we’ve not got long to make sure the EU knows what we think about secret corporate courts. Now, the SumOfUs community has built a tool to make submitting your official comment easy -- it won’t take more than 3 minutes to complete. This could be our best chance to stop one of the worst parts of the dangerous TTIP trade deal.

Click here to let the EU know what you think about the secret corporate courts proposed in TTIP.

These secret courts would be created under rules called “Investor-State Arbitration Settlement”, or ISDS. It would set up a system of tribunals where corporations could take our governments to court if they didn’t like a particular law that they thought harmed their business.

We’ve seen how this system works already around the world -- it’s not good. Ecuador is being sued by Chevron because the country is requiring it to clean up a huge toxic oil spill in the heart of the Ecuadorian rainforest. Australia is being sued by Phillip Morris because it wants to take action to curb teenage smoking. Even Germany is being sued by Swedish energy giant because it wants to phase out nuclear power. This is what ISDS would mean for Europe -- more corporate lawsuits against the things we care about.

The EU’s consultation is a great first step - and it shows that pressure to drop the deal from all over the EU is starting to work. Now the EU have said they’ll listen, we need to make sure they hear from us. We know the public is against these rules -- but the EU needs to hear that loud and clear.

Making a comment is easy with this new tool, and it's our best chance of stopping these secret corporate courts.

Can you take 3 minutes to tell the EU to stop the secret corporate courts in TTIP?

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EU Commission Trade Public Consultation on Investor-State Dispute Settlement, European Commission, Jun 2014.
Business v state investment disputes in EU spotlight, BBC News, 12 June 2014.



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