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The intern American development bank and the company said it first. We've got an idea that will bring us more cash, we're determined to make it work. The unions and the states won't fight too hard. They'll have to sign on the dotted line. 'Cause we've got plans to build a free train wave by enten an I69. But I69 is just one piece of a bigger and more vicious goal. They call it plan plumpaanpanima, gonna turn the hills to coal. Well, the P.P.P. is like a tunnel for trucks full of plastic toys, it's a pleasure cruise for the companies and it's a sell for the children they're gonna employ. They say they gotta down size to keep afloat. If you sell then you gotta compete. But you can't disrupt the prophet margin then you gotta keep products cheap. So they're laying off workers by thousands of people starving but they don't care.'Cause these high paying mid west union jobs could be sweat shops over there. They call it development, but when they're done there's nothing left. They call it trade, but it's theft. Well, another plant closed, I heard them say. But the plant didn't close it moved. It went down south of the boarder and their market shares improved. Well, they pick the jobs up and move them around, over boarders and over seize. It's like a giant game of chess, and all they've got are knights and queens. Yeah, they move the plants down to Mexico 'cause the label lots are slack. Now the products are cheaper and they're loading up the trucks and they're building a highway to sell it all back. And you know that it's corporate interest. They're dropping all sorts of clues. Asking you all which routs you prefer, but either way you lose. They call it development, but when they're done there's nothing left. They call it trade, but it's theft. But Mexico ain't good enough now so the companies are changing plans. China's got competitive wadges and a billion pairs of hands. But there's exploitable labor closer and farms that are full of trees. And organic farms just waiting to be turned into factories. So they're pushing real trade agreements from flint to the real grand, to the central American high lands, gonna generate demand. They're flooding markets with subsidized corn, driving farmers to the city sprawl. They call it urbanization,it's a death wish for them all. They call it development, but when they're done there's nothing left. They call it trade, but it's theft. See, but when their wadges fall, our wadges do the same and the toxins in their rivers will fall back down as rain. And once our mountains are empty with no trees left to sell, they'll move their mills to a forest down there and they'll clear cut that as well. It's a globalized economy and it's a corporation's ball, and you can't take down just one of them, you gotta take them all. Well, they stand strong together. That's why we gotta do the same and the resistance that we wadge has gotta be as global as the trade. They call it development, but when they're done there's nothing left. They call it trade, but it's theft. They call it development, but when they're done there's nothing left. They call it trade, but It's theft.


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