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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

North American Union? New World Order?...Questions Answered?



I was reading many articles today, as I usually do during my networking time. One article intrigued me. The subject has been a fascination of mine for quite some time, so I thought I'd share some of its information and expound a bit.

Choose for yourself whether you agree or disagree, but first follow the links and read the material. The links I provide are only the tip of the iceberg, so to speak. There is a lot more I could put into this blog tonight, however, I think that this should be enough to get you thinking about the puzzle.

August Review Article
"The global elite, through the direct operations of President George Bush and his Administration, are creating a North American Union that will combine Canada, Mexico and the U.S. into a superstate called the North American Union (NAU). The NAU is roughly patterned after the European Union (EU). There is no political or economic mandate for creating the NAU, and unofficial polls of a cross-section of Americans indicate that they are overwhelmingly against this end-run around national sovereignty."

You may be just going along, living your life, and look at this and think that there is no way that this could possibly be for real. Many people might prefer not to know many things that may be this serious in nature. If you read further, however, you may not completely disagree with the above mentioned case-scenario(although, it has been going on...as you will find from reading the complete August Review article...for a lot longer than the Bush administration).

"Modern day globalization was launched with the creation of the Trilateral Commission in 1973 by David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski. Its membership consisted of just over 300 powerful elitists from North America, Europe and Japan. The clearly stated goal of the Trilateral Commission was to foster a "New International Economic Order" that would supplant the historical economic order."

So, you may want to know a little about the Trilateral Commission.

The link to the Trilateral Commission site is here.
Trilateral Commission
Email them to receive a complete list of their members.
They state that...
"To help preserve the Commission’s unofficial character, members who take up positions in their national administration give up Trilateral Commission membership. New members are chosen on a national basis. The procedures used for rotation off and for invitation of new members vary from national group to national group. Three chairmen (one from each region), deputy chairmen, and directors constitute the leadership of the Trilateral Commission, along with an Executive Committee including 36 other members."
...which would mean that there would not be someone "active" on the commission who is currently serving in our administration. That doesn't mean that they weren't active members before and won't be active members after.

Also, please click on their "recent activity".
Pay attention to the following:
Task Report # 60
Note: Pay attention to the table of contents.
Table of Contents
Foreword
Henry Kissinger

The Authors
Global Challenges of Nuclear Proliferation
Graham Allison
Iran Case Study: Is There a "Plan B" for Iran?
Hervé de Carmoy
Iran Case Study: Time Is Running Out
Thérèse Delpech
East Asia and Weapons of Mass Destruction in North Korea: Strategic Drivers, Future Paths, and Nonproliferation Dynamics
Chung Min Lee

Task Report # 58
"Much of my essay reflects an awareness of these differences and a corresponding effort to prescribe ways for the United States to realign itself with its major allies while still recognizing and pursuing its core interests. However, I also identify anti-Americanism as an "ism," like communism or fascism, that is gaining its own momentum as an ideology that radically oversimplifies a dichotomy between what America is presumed to be and what traditional culture, religion, and power structures are proclaimed to have been. This kind of anti-Americanism empowers populist demagogues in many societies and makes it increasingly difficult for governments that wish to work with the United States to do so. It is particularly dangerous in a world in which non-state actors can both complement and combat states."

Task Report # 57
"Let me start with three definitions, since we can confuse ourselves if we are not clear about what we are talking about: globalization, governance, and democracy. By "globalization" I mean simply interdependence at intercontinental distances, and that distinguishes it from regionalism or localism. Essentially, it's interdependence on a worldwide basis. By "governance" I mean the pattern of ways in which we manage our common affairs. Governments are a subset of governance, but they are not the only way we govern collective affairs. By "democracy" I mean a situation where leaders are accountable and ultimately removable by a majority of the people."

2002 Events: North American Regional Meeting of the Trilateral Commission
"Friday, November 1,3:00 pm
FUTURE NORTH AMERICAN INTEGRATION: THREE PERSPECTIVES
Chair: Allan Gotlieb
Panel:
Wendy Dobson, Professor and Director, Institute for International Business, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
Robert Pastor, Professor of International Relations and Vice President of International Affairs, American University
Luis Rubio, Director General, Center for Research on Development (CIDAC), Mexico City"

To me, reading through the meeting notes that are available for the Trilateral Commission sheds new light on the seriousness of this subject. What do you think about this information?

Now, back to the August Review article... Click Here

"May, 2005, in a paper titled "Building a North American Community" and subtitled "Report of the Independent Task Force on the Future of North America." Even the sub-title suggests that the "future of North America" is a fait accompli decided behind closed doors.

Some of the recommendations of the task force are:

"Adopt a common external tariff."
"Adopt a North American Approach to Regulation"
"Establish a common security perimeter by 2010."
"Establish a North American investment fund for infrastructure and human capital."
"Establish a permanent tribunal for North American dispute resolution."
"An annual North American Summit meeting" that would bring the heads-of-state together for the sake of public display of confidence.
"Establish minister-led working groups that will be required to report back within 90 days, and to meet regularly."
Create a "North American Advisory Council"
Create a "North American Inter-Parliamentary Group."16
Sound familiar? It should: Many of the recommendations are verbatim from Pastor's "modest" presentation to the Trilateral Commission mentioned above, or from his earlier book, Toward a North American Union."

Here is a link to that paper..
Building A North American Community
"The Task Force offers a detailed and ambitious set of proposals that build on the recommendations adopted by the three governments at the Texas summit of March 2005. The Task Force’s central recommendation is establishment by 2010 of a North American economic and security community, the boundaries of which would be defined by a common external tariff, and an outer security perimeter."

Interesting, huh? There really is such a paper.
Where is your opinion now? Are you thinking that maybe the idea isn't quite so "out there"?

Let's return to the August Review article... Click Here

"2006 SPP Summit in Cancun Shortly after the task force report was issued, the heads of all three countries did indeed meet together for a summit in Waco, Texas on March 23, 2005. The specific result of the summit was the creation of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPPNA). The joint press release stated...

"We, the elected leaders of Canada, Mexico, and the United States, have met in Texas to announce the establishment of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America.

"We will establish working parties led by our ministers and secretaries that will consult with stakeholders in our respective countries. These working parties will respond to the priorities of our people and our businesses, and will set specific, measurable, and achievable goals. They will outline concrete steps that our governments can take to meet these goals, and set dates that will ensure the continuous achievement of results.

"Within 90 days, ministers will present their initial report after which, the working parties will submit six-monthly reports. Because the Partnership will be an ongoing process of cooperation, new items will be added to the work agenda by mutual agreement as circumstances warrant."

Here's a link to the SPP's Site.
Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America
I encourage you to read the information on the site to judge it's validity for yourself, however, here are some of the items listed in the Myth/Fact area of the site that I found of interest.

"Myth: The SPP is a movement to merge the United States, Mexico, and Canada into a North American Union and establish a common currency."

"Fact: The cooperative efforts under the SPP, which can be found in detail at www.spp.gov, seek to make the United States, Canada and Mexico open to legitimate trade and closed to terrorism and crime. It does not change our courts or legislative processes and respects the sovereignty of the United States, Mexico, and Canada. The SPP in no way, shape or form considers the creation of a European Union-like structure or a common currency. The SPP does not attempt to modify our sovereignty or currency or change the American system of government designed by our Founding Fathers."

"Myth: The U.S. Government, working though the SPP, has a secret plan to build a "NAFTA Super Highway."

"Fact: The U.S. government is not planning a NAFTA Super Highway. The U.S. government does not have the authority to designate any highway as a NAFTA Super Highway, nor has it sought such authority, nor is it planning to seek such authority. There are private and state level interests planning highway projects which they themselves describe as "NAFTA Corridors," but these are not Federally-driven initiatives, and they are not a part of the SPP."

Back to August Review again...
August Review
"Where from here?

"The stated target for full implementation of the North American Union is 2010.

"The Task Force proposes the creation by 2010 of a North American community to enhance security, prosperity, and opportunity. We propose a community based on the principle affirmed in the March 2005 Joint Statement of the three leaders that 'our security and prosperity are mutually dependent and complementary.' Its boundaries will be defined by a common external tariff and an outer security perimeter within which the movement of people, products, and capital will be legal, orderly, and safe. Its goal will be to guarantee a free, secure, just, and prosperous North America."

Don't underestimate the global elite's ability to meet their own deadlines!"

Review the deadlines in the "Task Force" paper. They are very determined to meet those deadlines and they will find ways to do so.

Here are some other organizations and information that are pertinent resources for this subject.

CIDAC "NAFTA: Lessons from Mexico to Central America"
World Trade Organization
GATT
BIS
IMF
CFR

There is so much more information that I could provide, however, unless you would like to leave comments with particular questions that I may respond to with exact information, I believe that this, along with the links I've provided, give enough for a basic understanding of what is formulating in the international community.

You must draw your own conclusions based on your own reality and based upon your own interpretation of this material.

What do you think about this subject? Do you think this is a conspiracy theory or reality? Don't you want to know which, if any, of the candidates for the 2008 elections have affiliated themselves with these proceedings, i.e., are, or were they ever, a member of the Trilateral Commission?

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have a couple points from a Canadian point of view.

An EU-style union won't work in North America. The EU has SEVERAL large countries, and plenty of smaller ones who can unite. No one country can dominate the rest. A North American union on the other hand would be dominated by the US.

It's the old "tyranny of the majority" problem: Canada with its far smaller population would have effectively no say on monetary or political policy. For the NAU to be acceptable, Canada could only join as an equal partner, with equal power over monetary and economic policy. But this would be unfair to the US with its larger population and economy. It simply won't happen.

Canadians have always been paranoid about the US having too much control over Canada. The political party that signed the free trade deal with the US (and was seen as having too many other US ties) effectively ceased to exist in the next election. Imagine if the US Republican Party were voted out of existence after negotiating NAFTA, and replaced by a fringe party. Politicians after that would think twice about new trade deals. And conspiracy theorists who claim that the voters have no power wouldn't be taken seriously. Canadian voters would never join an NAU, and they have the power to stop it from happening.

Papers like "The Case for the Amero" and "Towards a North American Union" are produced by PRIVATE lobbyists. And yet the tinfoil hat crowd will immediately quote such papers and endorsements as government-created scripture. YOU TOO can publish just such a paper. No matter how unlikely your plan, chances are you can even find an economist to endorse it, setting him aside from the thousands who don't. After all, like the UFO theories of the past, there's money to be made on the lecture circuit and book sales.

These papers were created in the wake of 9/11, when everyone was talking about a common security border around North America. When US politicians in both parties were making false claims that the 9/11 hijackers "snuck in" through Canada. Most (but not all) of them now know otherwise. Canada has rejected US demands for control over its border and port security.

We have passport requirements on the border for the first time. From softwood lumber to Durham wheat, the US increasingly refuses to honour NAFTA - which is why we're increasing trade with other countries. Canada is working to isolate its power grid from the US one after the blackouts a couple years ago. If anything, we're heading rapidly *away* from the NAU.

Roger Strong
rstrong@(nospamplease)yetmans.mb.ca

Anonymous said...

Roger I hope you are right. However I think Canadians as a whole are becoming lax and apathetic. Harper's government is slowly but surely modeling itself into a pathetic version of the Americans'. For example, they are already escalating the drug war to absurd extremes, demanding mandatory prison sentences for anyone growing a cannabis plant. That is fascist. Harper would love to strip the Canadians he doesn't like of their freedoms. He cares about no one except the ultra wealthy, and his policies reflect this.

I hope Canada unites to reject this madness, but I fear Canadians have become "conservative", and not in a good way. Ever take the morning C-Train in Calgary? It's like the whole town has become mindless robots. Canada is following the US into despair, and Canadians are too ignorant to realize it.

Anonymous said...

I don't see how the people of either of the three countries will accept any of this. I don't live in Mexico, never have, but I have family over there and I know that many Mexicans who are informed about these matters would be just as upset about this as many of us here in the U.S. Like Roger said, many Mexicans would simply not have confidence in this so called partnership. Our country would have the say since we're the one with the largest population. Canada and Mexico would basically be giving in to our government's demands.

The only people who want this to go through are the politicians from all three countries. The people do not want this.

Anonymous said...

Haha, I like the comment about the c-train in Calgary, I take it everyday to my job at a big oil company. I hate it, it's sucking the very life, and soul from me... I'm moving back to Saskatchewan... I might be broke ass there, but at least I'll have a soul, if I haven't lost it forever already. So I agree with you on that point.

But I don't think its "conservative"-ism that is ruining the country, its the American Neo-con agenda influence, and appathy. I don't know, I don't see the Liberals as any better tho... I don't know who to vote for in the next election, if only there was a Ron Paul in Canada!

rex said...

Having the United States dominate is part of the agenda.

Calif said...

I am glad this information is being provided. I myself have actually been interested in this for awhile, and subsequently have watched the progress over a long period of time.

I'm a canadian myself, and I fear that its not something that has receieved near its due attention.

Some will deny this to the bitter end I suspect. The comment above asserts this can't happen, the building a north american community paper is only a blue print for a north american union. The spp was the agreement between nations to implement it.

As we speak, certain groups are preparing for this, the story is much much older than even 1973. Bushs father (former director of CIA) originally went mainstream with the term NWO, and after 911 it seems Bush jr is carrying it out.

There is no Amero yet of course, but its not hard to picture a new deal like situation if the US economy goes into as bad a recession as is predicted.

The new world order was truely born when it was first printed on the american dollar bill. Since WW2 reps of the CFR have said themselves that the whole "agressive advance of peace around the world" is part of how its going to carry this out. (one of the groups interested in pursuing this, also the one that made some of the papers, and it was founded by one of the Rockafellers as well).

The EU exists, so does the African Union, The north american union is in the process of being implemented, the spp almost follows to a T that building a north american community, and piece by piece its being built.

Some might argue it "could be" just some "trade agreement" or "security agreement" but when you talk about surrending the control of everything from energy to transportation and immigration policies, from elected representatives to a "coucil" like group, your not just talking about a fancy trade deal.

Look at the years of the Bush administration, the scandal after scandal, even down to criminally negliegent things like fixing intelligence for wars, to the voting fraud scandal. Programmers have testified under Oath that there's a strong chance the vote was rigged in Ohio, as was Flordia. Bush has illegally listened to phone calls, evaded congressional law by use of signing statement, and even condones torture.

The bush admin has proven it cannot be trusted, and although more discreetly perhaps, so has the Canadian Govt. The president of mexico has himself said outright this is going to ultimately lead into a North American Union. All they need to do is come up with the right sort of "event" that would scare the population into submission. Perhaps under some national security bullshit, or economic stability...

In the end if nothing else we have been taught over and over not to trust the men behind the curtain. Most of them were sold out to big buisness long ago, and most of them probably sincerely believe that the "globalist" concept of a Super-State would actually be to our benifit. Unfortunanetly politicians regularly have bad taste with those sorts of promises.


They cannot be trusted and therefore should be scrutinized and watched every step of the way, their word taken on nothing. The NWO is not new, its been purused by the CFR on some level or another for over 100 years. They have said so themselves I could probably dig up the videos.

As long as you continue to think that the new world order Bush Sr. quoted isn't on its way, and stop getting that whole "impossibility" theory then you are part of the problem.

If you want to look into it, you can, I pray to god this person posts more, because there is ALOT on these subjects. I'm going to say this right now, there IS a new world order. Its hidden in plain view for the world to see, and thus everyone passes right over it.

There is a mountain of information that exists. People always tell me "oh it can't happen fot XYZ reason" or "The people would not stand for it, the voters with power!"

Its happened to EU, and to Africa with similiar process and probably similiar naysaying. Similiar agreements to NAFTA are now being done throughout the entire Western Hemisphere or enough to matter.

As for the Voters would not stand for it. The voters are too busy using their ipods, watching american idol and thus most of them are completely unaware of the problems in their country, they are asleep for all intents, ignorant even. Not just in America, but in Canada too, the citizens just don't engage themselves in the affairs of the nation as Kissinger pointed out.

The call is going out though, if people loose everything if they have nothing left, I believe they would fight back against the crimes being done under their name. Even still, do not be caught unawares about this, the elected officials do not give a damn about the voters. You're tax dollars buy 16k worth of flowers for Pelosi, this spp agreement is going to give some to Mexico to build up the transportation sector. They do not care.. wake up to that reality. There's a few good ones, but they're usually called crazy or marginalized if not completely ignored.

People im telling you to stop dismissing this with "It cant happen" or whatever justification you have given to not research this deeply. This isn't a tinfoil hatter alien conspiracy theory, this is being done in plain view for those astute enough to recognize the signs. Real discussion needs to occur on this and on the prospect of what your going to do when it does come. Its obvious that unless the 2008 president is elected who is committing themselves now to stopping this (There are a few.), then our elected reps will not even likely realize what is happening. Not long from now if this goes unchallenged every person will be monitored and tracked to prevent "terrorism", if you look at the CNBC documentary "big brother big business" you'll see for the most part this is already occuring.

Remember they don't even read most of what they pass! The lawmakers either are ignorant or complicit with this, they cannot be depended on to even stand up against a wiretapping program (Which was enough to help toss nixon out!), don't assume they will stand for you now.

You need to decide what your going to do when this comes. Will you passively accept it? I don't want this, most of the people don't want this, but it is on its way.

The time is near where people will need to decide if they intend to excercise their constitutional right to toss these crooks out of office whether by reform or rebellion. I personally don't think that can happen until again we have lost everything but I hope that maybe the people might manage to get one of the few in office who actually see this scam for what it is, and take their stand in defense of the people and the constitution that America has fought to protect, and inturn has looked to for protection from the government.

In history there have been THOUSANDS of tyrannical governments, but fewer than a dozen that are truely considered free. Look at what your country is today, post 911, and realize the truth behind the words of the founding fathers.

The security and prosperity partnership is only another step. You can wait till its a North American Currency, or a North American Parliment.. but if so, draw your line now. If its gonna take one of those for you to believe so be it, but if that time comes to pass, remember the words of those who tried to tell you long ago, and know that its only another step in the New World Order. The consolidation of power to a global government defeats the principal of checks and balances, it ultimately places the power over nations into the hands of the few. America can't even get their reps to stand up against the current government.

How will they keep the leaders of this from grabbing too much power or subverting the will of the people of an even smaller and more powerful group?

Don't depend on your elected reps to stop this, or to even be aware of what it is. They have failed you time and time again, we can barely even get investigation into vote fraud, let alone actually prosecute or prevent it. Draw a line... what would it take for you to conclusively say "Ok, this is it, there is no denying it now" You're not going to hear it from Bush, he lied about everything else, from wiretapping to torture to war... don't place you eggs in risky baskets... Read up, and start helping the rest of us wake the people up to the reality of this before this gets any further.

Make you choice, if your going to stand for your country and its independance, or if you are going to sit back and ignore it till it comes and then say "oops, too late now!". Take action, whether it be blogging, or handing out flyers in the park, send a damn chain letter to all your email contacts..


And to the author of this, forget the naysayers, and help those who understand spread this message, anything you have please put it up, make a weekly post.. whatever.. I have some things of my own I might be able to contribute towards exposing the lies that surrond us.

Anonymous said...

ha, wheres my "tin foil" hat now?

Anonymous said...

the world belongs to the elite. They own the governance of all people. Since the advent of 'personal property rights' there has been little done to overthrow the power of the elite, and these rights also enhance the ability of the elite, because they accumulate personal property at higher rates. National borders are a joke, an artifact of a time when this land was taken by force from its original inhabitants. North America has actually been a union for far longer than America has existed. I think we are on the brink of things much larger than NAU, we are really looking at a global union, which is really the only way we will survive as a species on the whole. This planet has given us some telling signs of our challenges over years to come, I do not think we can continue to see who can piss father as far as nations are concerned. We should be so lucky to imagine we are unified as individuals, we are not. Smaller governance is important at the same time, because every person added to that system is infinitely corruptible.I would think eventually, we will see that state governments are required, but national governance will be replaced with global governance. I live in a state on this planet. Power can then be more granular in nature, as we'd have a global governance dealing directly with state organizations. All nations become states, and all tariffs go away. Globalization is not about products or unions, its about environmentalism en mass. If we take the needs of the planet seriously, I do not think there is another way. Our leaders just laugh and bloodthirstily wage wars for profit. Everyone on the whole is lax and apathetic. We have heros on tv, we are entertained. I would wager most people would pick TV over the god damn disaster that is American Government. It is high time we move forward, if it is through the NAU idea, so be it, but that will only serve to create more layers of governance and consolidated power. To reduce these layers, we have one global government, not taken by force, but by idealism brought on by the connectivity people now have globally via the internet. We should abandon the idea that nationalism is important, because look at the evidence folks-> what has this classification really really provided you? A reason for argument. America as I see it was supposed to continually revolt and re:evolve itself. That stopped happening as people were able to connect in remote places and entertainment became something you don't have to participate in. It has made us into cheap whores for anything shiny and larger than life. Hummer anyone? There should be no nation in this world other than the one we have by default, humanity itself. Alas, those very values of what it means to be human and have this gift of life, is traded on the markets of the elite, who come to power because they play on the emotions and manipulate children, sustaining ignorance of what we might be capable of otherwise. If we didn't waste so much time trying to install these false systems of what boils down to support systems for the elite, we might have people who think they are actually responsible for the future, not just cogs in the elite neo-slavery. We are responsible if we know it or not, and I can not have pride in nationalism for the evidence says it is mostly a murderous plot to maintain the elite. Our governance is entirely wholesaled at this point, and seemingly determined to destroy itself. When do we give up on this fascination called division of populations? When will it be time to display ideas entirely outside the trapped and marketed faux-safety of nationalism and begin to at least be open to conversation on new world order topics. We nearly never see anyone doing anything original in this area, it is always the typical stereotypes regurgitating typical nationalist pride, which is founded in a fear of not being accepted more than it is in facts.

Anonymous said...

this to the person that posted the 1st comment, canada is part of the british just look it up just like US is british to why you think president bow to the queen (i would never bow to another human or animal i rather die)

Godwhacker said...

You want questions?

Here is one - Do you think it is right for the government of The United States of America to use emanate domain to seize private lands and then transfer those lands to a private corporation to build a road that the American people will then have to pay tolls to drive on? That is what the NAFTA Superhighway is about. And if it isn't real, how come there is so many good diagrams of it?

Here's another - How can you claim that our laws and courts would not be affected, when we sign treaties which require our labor laws, environmental standards, ports, and roads be opened and controlled to foreign supranational entities?

Really, I think you are either disingenuous or living in a dream world. Or is that a nightmare?

Anonymous said...

America scammed the world with high risk loans being passed off as quality loans.

If there will be a new world order, it won't come from North America because the rest of the world is going to impose economic regulations that America will have no choice but to abide by.

Canada will probably play a big role in these new regulations since we took the brunt of the impact.

whothehelliskurtvonnegut said...

As a native Puerto Rican, I offer our experience as food for thought.
The U.S. invaded and took possession of an island that, in 1898, had already been granted autonomy by Spain (largely because of the mounting, unbearable costs of maintaining empire.) Fast forward 50 years or so, to the establishment of the "Free Associated State" of Puerto Rico. This was a dodge, intended to mollify those in the Puerto Rican elite who feared a growing independence movement and who sought closer economic ties with the U.S. (without corresponding economic burdens, like taxes). The result was a system allowing foreign-read: U.S.-investment in which island elites could skim enormous amounts off aid packages while purporting to provide a willing labor force and reduced tax incentives to businesses willing to relocate to the island to produce for export elsewhere. This model has been employed in various incarnations world-wide and, in view of decisions by Fiat and other European corporations to move certain levels of production to the U.S., is clearly being employed to take advantage of the newly-established status of the nation as a source of cheap labor.
While economically, Puerto Rico has been allegedly the focus of a form of noblesse oblige, the reality has been that it was bought in order to establish an enormous military presence to protect shipping through the Panama Canal. Which brings me to my point. To wit: are Canada and Mexico also being "bought", with notions of alleged economic and political security? Is life in Puerto Rico all that rosey, all these years after the establishment of the commonwealth? While Puerto Ricans, a rather resilient group of people, have managed to retain some vestiges of traditional culture, America pervades EVERYTHING. The currency used, the stamps, the federal laws, the model for local or state laws and ordinances, and especially, the corrupt politics all of American origen, leaving a clear idea of exactly who is in charge. Are Puerto Ricans more secure? Are they safer in their homes, as a result? I could offer my view, but look into it for yourselves-you read blogs like this because you DON'T take people's word for the things they say and you think you think for yourselves.
The likelihood is that the NAU will prevail. The Puerto Rican experience has taught me that we battle an entity whose preparation exceeds ours, much like we would fare if we stepped into a ring with Muhammed Ali. Should we give up? Let the grasshoppers have their way? Most emphatically not-but I suspect it will only be when the noose is cutting off our air that we will awaken and take action and the result will inevitably be tragic and catastrophic.
I'm overjoyed my parents aren't alive to witness this.
I used to think that, because I can speak a couple of languages, I could simply escape to Latin America, or elsewhere. But it is clear that the move is on to get the entire planet on the same program-control, a la "Matrix".
Welcome to the real world, fellow coppertops.

Anonymous said...

About that NAFTA Superhighway....

The "10 lane megahighway with additional rail lines and pipelines running to Canada" really is a tinfoil-hat conspiracy theory. There's simply no trade to Manitoba or Alberta to support it, beyond what the existing roads can already handle.

There's a plan for something like that in Texas, but just Texas. There's a plan for a traditional toll road from Texas to Michigan, but it has little to do with any NAU, and more to do with fleecing Americans.

The *REAL* COMEX and NAFTA Superhighways are no secret, having been talked about in the local papers for at least ten years. The plan is to use EXISTING roads, in a trade corridor to support the EXISTING NAFTA agreement. The idea is to harmonize all the wildly different truck weight and length restrictions in the different states so that the same truck can travel from Canada to Mexico.

There's no No "emanate domain to seize private lands", no 10-lane megahighways, and no NAU involved. They're even careful not to attract cargo away from rail, since governments have to pay to maintain the highways, but not rail.

Roger Strong
rstrong@(nospamplease)yetmans.mb.ca

Mark said...

Two people that firmly believe in the North American Union will be having a one hour discussion soon and I am sure it's going to come up. Ron Paul on Glenn Beck this Tuesday!