EU Accepts Globalist TPIP Trade Plot Doomed Following Trump Coup

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 13, 2016

BERLIN, GERMANY - OCTOBER 10: More than 100.000 protesters gather to demonstrate against the TTIP and CETA trade accords on October 10, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. Tens of thousands took to the streets in Berlin to protest against TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) and CETA (Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement), both of them trade agreements currently under negotiation between the USA for TTIP and Canada for CETA with the European Union. Critics in Germany oppose the accords for a number of reasons, including fears over genetically-modified foods, environmental standards, workers' rights and pharmaceuticals. Photo by Axel Schmidt/Getty Images

The TPIP protests in Germany were among the largest protests the country has ever seen (probably the largest). Their leaders ignored them, but President Trump just went ahead and solved that issue this weekend.

So, euroleftistfaggots.

Hundreds of thousands of you were out on the street protesting this trade deal, and your leaders told you to shut up.

Now, an American fascist has freed you from it.

Will we get a “thanks”?


The EU Commission appears to be giving up hope to reach a trade agreement with the US, saying a relaunch of talks on the TTIP pact is unlikely with a president so fundamentally opposed to free trade.

EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström said Friday that it would probably make no sense to expect more talks on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) with the Trump administration.

Although Malmstöm admitted that senior officials in the EU executive Commission “don’t really know what will happen,” she said that the free trade agreement between the US and the EU “might not be the biggest priority” of the President-elect.

“There is strong reason to believe that there would be a pause in TTIP,” she told reporters in Brussels.

Malmstöm’s remarks came ahead of a meeting of EU trade ministers, who will also discuss anti-dumping measures to protect EU industry against unfairly cheap imports. It is unlikely, however, that they will officially call TTIP talks to be over.

Originally, the 28-nation bloc hoped to seal TTIP with the Obama administration by the end of the year. But in the course of three years of negotiations, resistance has been mounting on both sides of the Atlantic, preventing a breakthrough in recent months.

Critics fear that deregulating trade across what would be the world’s largest free trade area will benefit large corporations at the expense of consumers and local employees.

Protectionist policies

Hopes for a free trade pact have been waning rapidly after Donald Trump won the US presidential election on Wednesday. Trump has repeatedly argued that international trade deals hurt US workers and the country’s competitiveness.

Trump has promised to get tough with China on the Asian country’s huge trade surplus with the US, and said he would withdraw from the unfinalised 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) as well as renegotiate or scrap the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with Mexico and Canada.

This is seriously a great start for our European agenda.

The people are not going to be able to help but to notice that the ultimate right-wing figure just saved a (mostly) left-wing cause.

This will create warm feelings and make the revolutions we are planning for Europe a whole lot easier.

The “evil right wing patriarchist racist Nazi” image the Judenpresse pushes in Europe has been immediately weakened.