Millennium Declaration

Millennium Declaration


The central planning of the global and hence national economies takes place at the trade talks.  A series of negotiations takes place within a round of talks which is followed by an agreement.  As you look at the trade agreements, the central planning aspect of the trade agreements becomes clear.  They define winners and losers in each economic sector within a national economy.  It is in this way that economic sectors in the United States have been wiped out - one after another.  These agreements pit the 'winners' against the 'losers' in gaining support for the agreements but ultimately, it is a Ponzi scheme.  The export of the U.S. economy is unsustainable - if we want to have a United States that is. 

"America's trade policies are connected to our broader economic, political, and security aims. This intellectual integration may confound some trade scholars, but it follows in the footsteps of the architects of reconstruction after 1945."  Robert Zoellick

There are two types of trade:

Trade in Products

Trade in Services - This is trade in people and jobs.... modern day slave trade

Import of workers to take jobs away from citizens in developed nations

Export of jobs leaving citizens in the developed nations jobless - economically ruining them for corporate profit.  This is a redistribution of income from the middle and lower classes to the wealthy. 


The Uruguay Round of talks began in 1986 and ended in 1994 with the Marrakesh Agreement.  This agreement established the World Trade Organization.  The World Trade Organization replaced the GATT Agreement in 1995.


Uruguay Round 

"It took seven and a half years, almost twice the original schedule. By the end, 123 countries were taking part. It covered almost all trade, from toothbrushes to pleasure boats, from banking to telecommunications, from the genes of wild rice to AIDS treatments. It was quite simply the largest trade negotiation ever, and most probably the largest negotiation of any kind in history."

GATS 2000 - Stealth Trade Negotiations

Movement of Natural Persons

"At the end of the Uruguay Round, it was agreed that negotiations to improve commitments on the Movement of Natural Persons would take place in the six months after the WTO came into force. The negotiations ended on 28 July 1995 and only achieved modest results."

Including people and jobs (services) in trade agreements is the equivalent to modern day slave trade.  It disenfranchises citizens and breaks the social contract between people and their government.  It is an accommodation to corporations to increase their profits and it is destroying the United States by flooding our country with foreigners - legally and illegally.  It increases the wealth of the already wealthy and it impoverishes those who lose their jobs either to export or to a foreigner imported to take a job at a cheaper wage.

Agreement for preferential treatment for developing countries.  Since people are considered tradable commodities under the WTO, that means that the 'services'  (i.e. imported foreigners) get preferential treatment within the country where they are imported.   This is how the social contract with citizens is broken.

Because people are traded as commodities in these trade agreements, a 'trade authority' is required to oversee the labor market.  This is the real reason for 'America's Job Bank'.  It is to make the Secretary of Labor the 'Trade Authority' for the import of commodities known as people. 


Marrakesh Agreement

Marrakesh Agreement establishing the World Trade Organization



The Doha Round of Treason Talks began in 2000. 

The Doha Declaration


  U.S. Dept of Commerce & Coalition of Service Industries - Briefing Book

Selected 'Highlights' - prepared by Rob Sanchez of