In support of Trump’s T.P.P. decision

Dear Editor,

Re: Trump pulls out of T.P.P.

I’m so glad Trump pulled America out of the T.P.P. 

This is a fraudulous and corrupt system as it only serves the interest of governments and corporate companies but not the people’s. 

So what will countries like Australia and N.Z. do now? 

What is corrupt P.M. Tuilaepa going to do about this? 

When Samoa signed up to the W.T.O a few years back, I called P.M. Tuilaepa and H.R.P.P. uneducated fools for joining it knowing too well we haven’t got the export to balance the deficit. 

The only countries that benefit from Samoa joining W.T.O. are N.Z. and Australia - not Samoa. 

For America to pull out spells the end of T.P.P. 

Japan is planning to follow America’s lead which means the whole trading law on how to do business with foreign investors will have to be written up all over again. 

This will have a negative impact on our economy but will have a chance of improvement and be better for the people in the future when P.M. Tuilaepa is no longer there in government as he doesn’t know anything. 

Trump believes in fair bilateral trade deals and in a system that will help create more jobs for the people, which is something P.M. Tuilaepa failed to achieve in his 30 years in govt. 

I have sung this song for many years to the government that they should’ve created more jobs by investing in the people. 

Donald Trump has the same philosophy as mine - if the people are wealthy so is your govt. 

If the people are poor and living in poverty, your government will eventually go bankrupt and collapse. 

I can see Trump, N.Z. and Australia reducing their foreign Aid to the islands of the South Pacific. 

P.M. Tuilaepa is now wishing he listened to my advice over the years on how to develop Samoa economically. Obviously President Donald Trump has been reading my comments lol.



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