North American Union: It's The Real Deal

Posted on Friday, April 11 at 10:57 by NAUWATCH

Ever since former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton proclaimed that she and her husband were the victims of a "vast right-wing conspiracy," "conspiracy" has been the hot word used to ridicule your opponents.

When President George W. Bush wanted to avoid answering questions about whether the Security and Prosperity Partnership is the prelude to a North American Union connected by a three-country superhighway, he accused SPP critics of believing in a conspiracy.

By definition, conspiracies are usually secret. There's nothing secret about right-wingers organizing to criticize the Clintons and their goals, and there's nothing secret about plans to morph the United States into a North American Union.

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=61232

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  1. Thu Apr 10, 2008 11:49 pm
    From the article

    "This is no conspiracy. It's all part of the "economic integration" of the North American countries that's been openly talked about for years."
    Well Duh!
    ain't some of us been sayin so and the majority denying it?

  2. Fri Apr 11, 2008 9:21 pm
    Of course, this will be sold in Canada as: "Borderless shopping" .

    In the USA : "All the water and resources to be more competitive"

    In Mexico: "Jobs"

    Ed Deak.

  3. Fri Apr 11, 2008 10:18 pm
    It don't gotta be sold, Ed, people are clamoring for it.

    It's getting to the point where this site oughta be renamed as "Long Live the International Bankers Cartel"

  4. Sat Apr 12, 2008 12:12 am
    delusional.... aint going to happen...

  5. Sun Apr 13, 2008 2:55 pm
    Forwarded without comment.

    Ed Deak
    -----------
    Are our troops behaving like these Americans GIs?
    Bring'em Home -- before they too go insane.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tq5_vG3cYGM

  6. by avatar uwish
    Mon Apr 14, 2008 3:05 pm
    The only one delusional in here Kenmore is you. This is going to happen, and it will be within the next decade. That doesn't mean "Canada" or the "US" won't exist, they will but with an open border policy.

  7. Mon Apr 14, 2008 3:57 pm
    "uwish" said
    The only one delusional in here Kenmore is you. This is going to happen, and it will be within the next decade. That doesn't mean "Canada" or the "US" won't exist, they will but with an open border policy.

    Edit to read

    open to an economic policy without consent of the voters

  8. Mon Apr 14, 2008 4:11 pm
    So, what would be the benefit of that so called "open border"?

    We practically had it for decades, could pass the customs in seconds after 1-2 questions, but I have the suspicion that the recent "terrorist" hysteria, is an artificially created PR gimmick to force people into the SPP and the NAU.

    What would change the "terrorist threat" with the "open border" fraud? The main and only purpose of these secret treaties is to steal Canada's water and resources and Mexico's labour, to bail out the bankrupt US economy and the worthless US dollar to replaced by the Amero.

    We'll see how long the "experiment" of the EU is going to last, with Western "investors" buying control of the Eastern countries, impoverishing locals, and Eastern criminal gangs taking over the West across their "open borders".

    "Strong fences good neighbours make!". They also ensure the free democratic decision making powers of "citizens", not slaves pushed around by ruling classes, now happening in the EU under a growing bureaucracy responsible to a corporate dictatorship.

    The French and Dutch voters knocked out the EU Constitution, accepted by all other governments, so now they'll push it through Lisbon "agreement", bypassing voters, just as the text of the MAI is now in all "free trade agreements", killing democracy.

    Ed Deak.

  9. by avatar uwish
    Mon Apr 14, 2008 6:40 pm
    I would imagine an open border would be just that, you could live / work move freely across the 49th as you would a provincial barrier.

    Like the EU. no working visa's for Canuks in the US etc etc. That is what I was referring to in an open border.

  10. Mon Apr 14, 2008 6:49 pm
    Like I said, Canadian resources and Mexican labour.

    To be "competitive", of course. In other words, total exploitation.

    I have seen this under communism, and no wish to see it again under so called capitalism, its twin brother under a different flag.

    Needless to say, it will be forced on people by pimp governments and no referendums, like the Lisbon Accord.

    Ed Deak.

  11. by avatar Toro
    Mon Apr 14, 2008 9:46 pm
    "uwish" said
    I would imagine an open border would be just that, you could live / work move freely across the 49th as you would a provincial barrier.

    Like the EU. no working visa's for Canuks in the US etc etc. That is what I was referring to in an open border.


    How can this possibly be happening when Congress approved funding for a wall across the Rio Grande, and guard towers, barbed wire fences, moats, and CIS checks on roads 15 miles into states have all been implemented over the past 15 years? And what about new regulations requiring all - including Canadians - to have passports to come into the country?

    If a common market a la the EU was in the works, America wouldn't be making it harder for people to come in.

  12. Mon Apr 14, 2008 10:00 pm
    Like I wrote earlier, it is a PR gimmick to force people to beg for it. The negotiations are going on now, the prize: Canadian water and resources and Mexican "cheap" labour.

    Wealth can not be created, only taken and these gimmicks are the wealth stealing devices by the conspiracy of the big business organizations of the 3 NAFTA countries, the North American Competitiveness Council.

    Ed Deak.

  13. by avatar Toro
    Mon Apr 14, 2008 11:35 pm
    "Ed Deak" said
    Like I wrote earlier, it is a PR gimmick to force people to beg for it. The negotiations are going on now, the prize: Canadian water and resources and Mexican "cheap" labour.


    Most of the Republican Party is adamantly opposed to increased immigration. That's why Bush's immigration reforms failed.

    Its not a PR gimmick when politicians are losing their seats along the border and billions of dollars of being spent to increase border security.

  14. Tue Apr 15, 2008 12:35 am
    I hope you're right, but then, what are the secret talks about, and why are the VIPs, like Canada's unofficial PM, Tom d'Aquino are lying about, that there're no plans for the NAU and the superhighway, etc., when there already been public hearings over the expropriation of lands in Texas.

    Alberta is building the connecting link on their Hwy 4 from Coutts to Dawson Creek, with limited access and without a stop all the way. A civil engineer friend of mine was working on the plans for the Alberta govt.

    Here in BC the depopulation of rural areas is in full swing, with schools closing all over the interior and the mining companies are already dreaming of imported Mexican labour in camps.

    Or as the "great" Manning and his disciple Harper used to say when the Reform Party was still called a Reform Party and National Citizens Coalition days: "Canadian workers priced themselves out of jobs".

    Just recently I've read a story about a US dairy farmer with 800 milking cows, who can't afford to employ Americans, only Mexicans, because, like all food industries over the globe, the prices are controlled by the conspiracy, and not conspiracy theory, of 2-3 of the multinational corporate mafia, who will steal our newborn calves, we're subsidizing from our old age pensions, this Fall, while large ranches are going broke all over.

    Ed Deak.



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