AIM Report: The Coming North American Parliament

Posted on Friday, March 23 at 08:27 by jensonj
Pastor, director of the Center for North American Studies at American University (CNAS), said that he favors a "North American Community," not a formal union of the three countries. Wearing a lapel pin featuring the flags of the U.S., Canada and Mexico, Pastor told AIM that he favors a $200-billion North American Investment Fund to pull Mexico out of poverty and a national biometric identity card for the purpose of controlling the movement of people in and out of the U.S. So the "conspiracy" is now very much out in the open, if only the media would pay some attention to it. Accuracy in Media attended the conference in order to produce this report and shed light on a process that is being conducted largely beyond the scrutiny of the public or the Congress. AIM has previously documented that Pastor's campaign for a North American Community has received precious little attention from the major media, except for the notable case of CNN's Lou Dobbs, who called it "utterly mad." In fact, a survey of news coverage discloses that several high-profile mentions of the concept of a North American economic, social or political entity have come from Pastor himself, such as a Newsweek International article that he wrote. The conference, conducted in cooperation with the American Society of International Law, an organization affiliated with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, was held at the American University Washington College of Law. A large number of speakers came from American University. http://www.aim.org:80/aim_report/5319_0_4_0_C/ [Proofreader's note: this article was edited for spelling and typos on March 23, 2007]

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