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Canada joined the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), along with Mexico, on October 8, 2012 (see News Release: Canada welcomes formal entry into Trans-Pacific Partnership). The TPP currently comprises Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States, and Vietnam, representing a market of 792 million people and a combined GDP of $27.5 trillion (close to 40% of the world economy).
http://www.international.gc.ca/trade-agreements-accords-commerciaux/agr-acc/tpp-ptp/index.aspx
No, they started negotiating to become members on those dates. Only Brunei, Chile, Singapore, and New Zealand have actually signed on to the TPP. The US has been "negotiating" since Feb. 2008, and Canada since October 2012. Aside from the original signatories, no nation has actually joined the TPP. In fact, the US rejected the last proposed changes since it included taking away national registry control rights.

http://www.international.gc.ca/media_commerce/comm/news-communiques/2012/12/03a.aspx?lang=eng&view=d

"The Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, today announced that Canada has officially joined the latest round of Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade negotiations, now under way in Auckland, New Zealand."

They talk and they talk, but nobody actually joins the TPP. It is impotent.
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Right there with ya bro. mad.gif
     
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remember remember the 5th of november the gunpowder treason and plot i know no reason why it should ever be forgot guy faux had the for sit to see that the government was going to become crap in not saying we sound blow up parliament house but i'm saying we should not fear our governments they should fear us cos 10,000 people coming at you is scary just match on the steps of parliament and make a jolly big fuss of things and by that i mean a non violent protest

actually protesting in the UK has become more of an issue over the last few decades all starting with the criminal justice bill.


1. "The Public Order Act of 1986, section 14, allows senior police officers to impose conditions on public assemblies, specifically to do with the numbers taking part, and the location and duration of the protest."



2. "The Criminal Justice Public Order Act of 1994 brought trespass under the auspices of criminal, rather than civil law, with the introduction of a new offence: aggravated trespass.

The law can be applied to public or common land, and has implications for activities including:

picketing a workplace
demonstrating in the precincts of a public facility - eg, a school, hospital, library, university, town hall
leafleting outside a shop to protest, for example, about sales of non-dolphin friendly tuna
disrupting motorway building

The right to roam and the "right to party" are also affected by this piece of legislation.

3. "changes to the law in 2005, and more recently in 2011, have given the authorities unprecedented powers to restrict peaceful protest in Westminster and the surrounding area."

"The Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 imposes tight restrictions on peaceful protest in Parliament Square. After Part 3 of the 2011 Act comes into force on 30th March 2012, it will be a crime to engage in a ‘prohibited activity’ in the Square where a police or local authority officer directs you not to do so. Directions to cease doing a prohibited activity or not to start to do one can last up to 90 days. The prohibited activities include:

operating amplified noise equipment such as a loudspeaker or loudhailer, unless you have authorisation to do so from the Greater London Authority or Westminster Council;
erecting a tent or other sleeping structure, or sleeping in one;
placing or keeping a sleeping bag, mattress or similar equipment in the area in order to sleep there; or
using any sleeping equipment to sleep overnight in the area.

A police officer or local authority officer can also seize any property which might be used to commit one of these offences. If convicted, you could be liable for a fine of up to £5,000. You could also be ordered by a court to forfeit any equipment used in the offence or be banned from entering the area for any period.

The 2011 Act also repeals provisions in SOCPA which banned unauthorised protests within 1km of Parliament Square. Among other things, the controversial SOCPA provisions included:

making it a crime to demonstrate around Parliament without permission from the police – you could be arrested for breaking this law; and
limitations, imposed by police, on the size, timing, place and noise level of any demonstration."

There already claiming down on it. For example after the fuel strikes they changed the law so the military could be used in force to move people and their vehicles on but the rule was broad enough to not just include fuel protests.. sneaky.gif


They don’t want to twitch the curtains of Westminster and see 100,000 people making a racket... its just not cricket tongue.gif


All NWC (new world collusion) states are doing this and using the internet as one of their most powerful tool's
Edited by Pip Boy - 10/1/13 at 5:08am
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actually protesting in the UK has become more of an issue over the last few decades all starting with the criminal justice bill.


1. "The Public Order Act of 1986, section 14, allows senior police officers to impose conditions on public assemblies, specifically to do with the numbers taking part, and the location and duration of the protest."



2. "The Criminal Justice Public Order Act of 1994 brought trespass under the auspices of criminal, rather than civil law, with the introduction of a new offence: aggravated trespass.

The law can be applied to public or common land, and has implications for activities including:

picketing a workplace
demonstrating in the precincts of a public facility - eg, a school, hospital, library, university, town hall
leafleting outside a shop to protest, for example, about sales of non-dolphin friendly tuna
disrupting motorway building

The right to roam and the "right to party" are also affected by this piece of legislation.

3. "changes to the law in 2005, and more recently in 2011, have given the authorities unprecedented powers to restrict peaceful protest in Westminster and the surrounding area."

"The Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 imposes tight restrictions on peaceful protest in Parliament Square. After Part 3 of the 2011 Act comes into force on 30th March 2012, it will be a crime to engage in a ‘prohibited activity’ in the Square where a police or local authority officer directs you not to do so. Directions to cease doing a prohibited activity or not to start to do one can last up to 90 days. The prohibited activities include:

operating amplified noise equipment such as a loudspeaker or loudhailer, unless you have authorisation to do so from the Greater London Authority or Westminster Council;
erecting a tent or other sleeping structure, or sleeping in one;
placing or keeping a sleeping bag, mattress or similar equipment in the area in order to sleep there; or
using any sleeping equipment to sleep overnight in the area.

A police officer or local authority officer can also seize any property which might be used to commit one of these offences. If convicted, you could be liable for a fine of up to £5,000. You could also be ordered by a court to forfeit any equipment used in the offence or be banned from entering the area for any period.

The 2011 Act also repeals provisions in SOCPA which banned unauthorised protests within 1km of Parliament Square. Among other things, the controversial SOCPA provisions included:

making it a crime to demonstrate around Parliament without permission from the police – you could be arrested for breaking this law; and
limitations, imposed by police, on the size, timing, place and noise level of any demonstration."

There already claiming down on it. For example after the fuel strikes they changed the law so the military could be used in force to move people and their vehicles on but the rule was broad enough to not just include fuel protests.. sneaky.gif


They don’t want to twitch the curtains of Westminster and see 100,000 people making a racket... its just not cricket tongue.gif


All NWC (new world collusion) states are doing this and using the internet as one of their most powerful tool's

That is SOOOO EVIL. UK and EU protests are the best in the world, especially compared to Canada's protests. I really really hope that Canada doesnt sign this (but due to current government, it probably will. For Businessrolleyes.gif) If it does sign, hopefully the police wont enforce it and stick with their usual, "We have better things to do" approach
 
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When I read things like this I remember THIS and feel proud that an Australian service provider stood up for itself. Australian service providers now have legal precedent to say FU to things like this.
Edited by un-nefer - 10/1/13 at 5:31am
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When I read things like this I remember THIS and feel proud that an Australian service provider stood up for itself. Australian service providers now have legal precedent to say FU to things like this.
I'm moving to Australia
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When I read things like this I remember THIS and feel proud that an Australian service provider stood up for itself. Australian service providers now have legal precedent to say FU to things like this.

It's why I'm going to go to iINet (The people who, along with Internode, stand up for Aussies) once I know I can get the NBN even if I have to pay out my Dodo contract.
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