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Mergers diminish U.S. sovereignty
Date: Monday, October 31 2005

Mergers diminish U.S. sovereignty

VALLEY CITY - On June 9, 2005, CNN anchor Lou Dobbs began his broadcast saying: "Tonight, an astonishing proposal to expand our borders to incorporate Mexico and Canada, and simultaneously, further diminishes U.S. sovereignty. Have our political elites gone mad?"

The Council on Foreign Relations Task Force on North America has proposed a gradual merger of the economies and governments of the United States, Mexico and Canada. It would include military and law enforcement cooperation, bringing Mexicans and Canadians into the Department of Homeland Security, massive U.S. aid to Mexico and amnesty for illegal aliens.

On March 23, President Bush, Mexican President Vicente Fox and Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin met in Waco, Texas, to unveil the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America. The SPP seeks to gradually implement these CFR proposals which are steps toward another CFR goal - passage of the Free Trade Area of the Americas. The FTAA would be a 34-nation regulatory pact to also include South America and would not answer to the U.S. voter. (See

Even greater problems with illegal and terrorist immigration, unemployment, and undermining of U.S. sovereignty under our Constitution would accompany the FTAA than with the North American Free Trade Agreement and the Central American Free Trade Agreement. Alert Congress.

Judy Stahl


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