Japan's PM Confirms TPP => "unrestricted immigration"
The TPP should be fought on all fronts, but due to the well known partiality of Republican lawmakers for TPP (as compared to Democrats), an intelligent strategy to destroy the prospects for TPP should target Republican constituencies with messages that resonate with them.
According to Ralph Nader, conservative voters resonate most strongly with the sovereignty-attacking aspects of TPP. Even if that's so, another huge, and potentially rebellion-inspiring aspect of TPP for conservative voters is that it promises the "free flow of labor", similarly to what occurs within the EU. And that means, effectively, "unrestricted immigration", to use Dick Morris' terminology, who broke this aspect of TPP in an interview, seen here.
Solid, verifiable details re TPP are hard to come by, due to its text being classified, and some people might not believe Dick Morris. (See, e.g., my video poll in Belmar, NJ, wherein I got into a discussion with a few of the passer-by's.: Why I’m Sure the Pew Research Poll re: TPP Approval in the US is a Fraudulent POS).
Unfortunately, I expect anti-TPP "activists" to pass by the golden opportunity presented by Abe's blabbing. Like most American activists, across the political spectrum, when it comes to fighting the plutocracy, their efforts are laughable (in the views of their opponents). I wrote a series of diaries which shared the partial title "The Plutocrats are Laughing at You", mostly at myFDL, but myFDL has been shut down for a while, now. A copy of one such diary is cross posted here at correntewire. See Fatal(?) Defects in ExposeTheTpp.org (TPP = Economic Treason) - 'The Plutocrats are Laughing at You', #4