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Uruguay Does Unthinkable, Rejects Global Corporatocracy

 
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Hopefully all countries will pressure their government it dump this crap. This is all NWO bull-shit. They are edging ever closer to one word government.
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I think this is like a supra government body with it's own courts to resolve disputes between corporations. So, you can see that public governments are subservient to the corporate government that is forming beyond any single country's influence.

They may have ditched the idea of having a single global government and just gone with the idea of having all economic policy (money printing) and legal issues surrounding international trade under 1 global jurisdiction ran by the corporations.

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Hopefully all countries will pressure their government it dump this crap. This is all NWO bull-shit. They are edging ever closer to one word government.
 Quoting: Epic Beard Guy


I think this is like a supra government body with it's own courts to resolve disputes between corporations. So, you can see that public governments are subservient to the corporate government that is forming beyond any single country's influence.

They may have ditched the idea of having a single global government and just gone with the idea of having all economic policy (money printing) and legal issues surrounding international trade under 1 global jurisdiction ran by the corporations.

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For instance if some country decides it doesn't want monsanto GMO crops and boycotts those products all their other trade is affected by the corporate government regulating trade. They will just isolate and sanction any countries that offend the corporations.

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Nice...one of my stop overs...
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yes. a lot of South American Countries are solidly in the China-Russia Camp.
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Now they will be targeted by the economic hit men who will disrupt their power systems, hack into their banks, counterfeit their currency.

You cannot say NO to the devil and think that the game is over.
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You may be right. Ecuador stopped corporate shenanigans from raping their rain forest; the USA threatened to stop aid - Ecuador opened up their forests. Unless people are willing to live and die on principle, enough money will turn any turncoat.
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Well said.
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good!
anyone from Uruguay here?
How is (really) the life there?
I want to move from this jew infected Europe and I couldn't find 'the place' ..

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We here in the US better get up off our duffs and get organized because we are not to far behind!

Agenda 2030 and the New (Economic) World Order

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"It is plainly evident today, with 40 years of historical examination behind it, that the “New International Economic Order” was really “new” and envisioned historic Technocracy as replacing Capitalism altogether. Technocracy was based on energy rather than money and its system of supply and demand that regulates pricing. Some distinctive of Technocracy include:

• Elimination of private property and wealth accumulation
• Replacing traditional education with workforce training
• Micromanaging all energy distribution and consumption
• Driving people to live in a limited number of cities and off of rural land
• Enforcing a balance between nature’s resources and man’s consumption of them.

"Are you thinking that this list is vaguely familiar? You should, because it represents the modern manifestation of programs like Agenda 21, Sustainable Development, Smart Growth, Smart Grid, Cap And Trade, Climate Change, Common Core, massive surveillance operations and a whole lot more. All of this has been brought to us by the machinations of the Trilateral Commission and its members since 1973, and it is all part of its master plan to completely replace capitalism with Technocracy. This is their “New International Economic Order“! — Patrick Wood, Endgame of Technocracy (Patrick Wood's book, Technocracy Rising, is available on Amazon).

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Uruguay is the real deal. Have heard many are moving there.
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Now they will be targeted by the economic hit men who will disrupt their power systems, hack into their banks, counterfeit their currency.

You cannot say NO to the devil and think that the game is over.
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ohyeah
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"There is no retreat but in submission and slavery...Our chains are forged...The war is inevitable --and let it come... Gentlemen may cry, "Peace! Peace!" -- but there is no peace. The war is actually begun ...Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? ...I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty, or give me death!"
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Wow Uruguay is amazing
But cheap train was long time gone
Property prices are high.

2 Bedroom House 320K ???

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Uruguay has/had a President who lived in the small house he and his wife bought many years ago.

He drives/drove a cheap little car, to get to the State House and back.

The Jew Banksters are now going to turn this beautiful, peaceful country, into a war-torn Hellhole.

God? Are you there? Will You please stop this tragedy?
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Its an interesting little country.
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Thank you!... It was an interesting debate...we like to debate and vote everything through "Plebiscitos" and open cabildos. Remember that voting it's not optional...then the president appeared on T.V.and said that T.I.S.A. actually it's a "intent of" an agreement on services, that actually as of today is not a reality...we sigh on relief...and carried on with our 2.35 growth of the economy...
Oh! Did you know that our president (Vazquez) it's a Mason...(full 33 degree or more) and chairman fo South America of the Woodrow Wilson Institute...
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Uruguay has/had a President who lived in the small house he and his wife bought many years ago.

He drives/drove a cheap little car, to get to the State House and back.

The Jew Banksters are now going to turn this beautiful, peaceful country, into a war-torn Hellhole.

God? Are you there? Will You please stop this tragedy?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 51963742


Its an interesting little country.
 Quoting: Isis One


Thank you!... It was an interesting debate...we like to debate and vote everything through "Plebiscitos" and open cabildos. Remember that voting it's not optional...then the president appeared on T.V.and said that T.I.S.A. actually it's a "intent of" an agreement on services, that actually as of today is not a reality...we sigh on relief...and carried on with our 2.35 growth of the economy...
Oh! Did you know that our president (Vazquez) it's a Mason...(full 33 degree or more) and chairman fo South America of the Woodrow Wilson Institute...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70410934


https: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GX6a2WEA1Q

Pepe Mujica, former president in it's part of Human.
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Wow Uruguay is amazing
But cheap train was long time gone
Property prices are high.

2 Bedroom House 320K ???

[link to www.sergiomato.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70412963


It's a 200 years house, part of the heritage for the humanity,located at the Colonia del Sacramento yacht club!!!
Ralph--a house dog

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Hopefully all countries will pressure their government it dump this crap. This is all NWO bull-shit. They are edging ever closer to one word government.
 Quoting: Epic Beard Guy


I think this is like a supra government body with it's own courts to resolve disputes between corporations. So, you can see that public governments are subservient to the corporate government that is forming beyond any single country's influence.

They may have ditched the idea of having a single global government and just gone with the idea of having all economic policy (money printing) and legal issues surrounding international trade under 1 global jurisdiction ran by the corporations.

.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 53158832



For instance if some country decides it doesn't want monsanto GMO crops and boycotts those products all their other trade is affected by the corporate government regulating trade. They will just isolate and sanction any countries that offend the corporations.

.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 53158832

They intend to do more than just 'sanctions'.

Those courts are to be the highest authority and will override any country's constitution. There is no appeal from their decisions. The 3 man judge panel is comprised of corporate lawyers.

They can sue individuals as well as other corporations. It will be against all laws for anyone to do or say anything that MIGHT harm a corporations EXPECTED FUTURE PROFITS.
Do you realize what this does to freedom of speech? You will not be able to complain or criticize the corporations. If you do you will be sued and they will win EVEN IF YOUR COMPLAINT WAS TRUE.

All they consider is whether or not future profits MIGHT have been harmed. Nothing else; you have no rights in this regard. Penalties include fines and imprisonment.

Research this in Wikileaks and you will see. Enough has been uncovered that people ought to be running around after these bastards with pitchforks & ropes.
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Obama will take care of them. No country can go against NWO. The government will be forced into default. Nothing can stop bible prophecy. Jesus is King. Read the Bible.
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good!
anyone from Uruguay here?
How is (really) the life there?
I want to move from this jew infected Europe and I couldn't find 'the place' ..

bump
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I have a really close friend who has lived in Uruguay (Montevideo) for several years. It's a nice place to live. One of the more expensive S. American countries, but compared to some big cities in the U.S. not all that bad. Has a laid back vibe, good health care. Lots of expats there. Decent, moderate weather year round. Like typical Latinos, they do everything late there - eat late, go out late. Nightlife doesn't get hopping there till at least midnight. I hear it's really hopping in the summer - tons of people out, lots going on, asados (bbq) taking place on the beach.
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good!
anyone from Uruguay here?
How is (really) the life there?
I want to move from this jew infected Europe and I couldn't find 'the place' ..

bump
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 69810122


I have a really close friend who has lived in Uruguay (Montevideo) for several years. It's a nice place to live. One of the more expensive S. American countries, but compared to some big cities in the U.S. not all that bad. Has a laid back vibe, good health care. Lots of expats there. Decent, moderate weather year round. Like typical Latinos, they do everything late there - eat late, go out late. Nightlife doesn't get hopping there till at least midnight. I hear it's really hopping in the summer - tons of people out, lots going on, asados (bbq) taking place on the beach.
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Sorry, that wrong. You can have BBQ almost everywhere, but not on the beach!! And yes, we have a lot of expats and "V.I.P.'s" that own house's in Uruguay. Deirdre Pfeiffer( Michelle Pfeiffer sister), Matt Damon, Metallica,Robert Duval... An anecdote: Metallica's house is on the best place to see the sunset, "Punta Ballena" ( Point Whale). People usually gather to see the sunset at this place. Well, Metallica was jamming, they were playing "Fuel". When they end the song, a thunderous applause was heard by them and must have thought that was due to the performance, and they came out to the door to bow to the admirers...The surprise came when they saw that everyone was looking at the sunset that was occurring at this precise moment...and applauding those gorgeous sunsets of Punta del Este (it's an Uruguayan custom)
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good!
anyone from Uruguay here?
How is (really) the life there?
I want to move from this jew infected Europe and I couldn't find 'the place' ..

bump
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 69810122


I have a really close friend who has lived in Uruguay (Montevideo) for several years. It's a nice place to live. One of the more expensive S. American countries, but compared to some big cities in the U.S. not all that bad. Has a laid back vibe, good health care. Lots of expats there. Decent, moderate weather year round. Like typical Latinos, they do everything late there - eat late, go out late. Nightlife doesn't get hopping there till at least midnight. I hear it's really hopping in the summer - tons of people out, lots going on, asados (bbq) taking place on the beach.
 Quoting: KickinIt


Sorry, that wrong. You can have BBQ almost everywhere, but not on the beach!! And yes, we have a lot of expats and "V.I.P.'s" that own house's in Uruguay. Deirdre Pfeiffer( Michelle Pfeiffer sister), Matt Damon, Metallica,Robert Duval... An anecdote: Metallica's house is on the best place to see the sunset, "Punta Ballena" ( Point Whale). People usually gather to see the sunset at this place. Well, Metallica was jamming, they were playing "Fuel". When they end the song, a thunderous applause was heard by them and must have thought that was due to the performance, and they came out to the door to bow to the admirers...The surprise came when they saw that everyone was looking at the sunset that was occurring at this precise moment...and applauding those gorgeous sunsets of Punta del Este (it's an Uruguayan custom)
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Uruguay has/had a President who lived in the small house he and his wife bought many years ago.

He drives/drove a cheap little car, to get to the State House and back.

The Jew Banksters are now going to turn this beautiful, peaceful country, into a war-torn Hellhole.

God? Are you there? Will You please stop this tragedy?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 51963742


Its an interesting little country.
 Quoting: Isis One


Thank you!... It was an interesting debate...we like to debate and vote everything through "Plebiscitos" and open cabildos. Remember that voting it's not optional...then the president appeared on T.V.and said that T.I.S.A. actually it's a "intent of" an agreement on services, that actually as of today is not a reality...we sigh on relief...and carried on with our 2.35 growth of the economy...
Oh! Did you know that our president (Vazquez) it's a Mason...(full 33 degree or more) and chairman fo South America of the Woodrow Wilson Institute...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70410934




Pepe Mujica, former president in it's part of Human.
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Why is he ^ the FORMER prez?
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socialism there too ?
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Uruguay has/had a President who lived in the small house he and his wife bought many years ago.

He drives/drove a cheap little car, to get to the State House and back.

The Jew Banksters are now going to turn this beautiful, peaceful country, into a war-torn Hellhole.

God? Are you there? Will You please stop this tragedy?
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hesright

Smedley Butler said it best. War is a Racket!

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Really? Could you help me, telling me when it will became war-torn hellhole?...Or would you prefer me to tell you when the U.S. is going to hell in a handbasket?!?!?!?!?!?