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Monday, October 31, 2005

El Norte in the Year 2054!!!

Pinkerton beat me to it. All this talk about "reforming" immigration, building a protective fence, stopping and expelling "illegal" immigrants (Oops, entrants, I mean migrants, or is it immigrants?) is just that: talk.

We have been hoodwinked. Government has been dragging its feet for years...for what??? Here's "what:"

Washington Nuevo, Districto de Colombia, January 7, 2054 -- In our chronicle of the formation of the North American Union, we must pay special attention to the period half a century ago, at the beginning of the 21st century. In those critical years, it became clear that the logic of continental integration was unstoppable. And yet few saw the coming Paradox of Prosperity, which proved to have so many ironic, even tragic, manifestations. In fact, the most crucial event in our story occurred 50 years ago today.

In 2000, the second president of the Bush Dynasty, George W. Bush, won the White House. Outreach to Hispanic voters was a major plank in his "compassionate conservative" platform, and that solicitude to Latino concerns included Mexican in-migration. As he said during the 2000 campaign, "Family values don't stop at the Rio Grande." Indeed, the 43rd president's first meeting with a foreign leader, in February 2001, was with Mexican president Vicente Fox, whom Bush gallantly described as "an old friend."
The two amigos agreed on a joint plan to help ease the passage of people, goods, and services across the 2100-mile border between the countries, and also to begin to "normalize" the status of Mexicans living in America. A few sticklers about national sovereignty were upset; they noted that even before meeting Bush, the Mexican president had been bold about claiming extraterritorial influence north of the border. Fox liked to say that he was the leader of 118 Mexicans -- that is, 100 million in Mexico, plus another 18 million Mexican-Americans in the US.
However, both men's visionary hopes had to be put aside after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 -- at least for awhile.

It appears that there is every intention of creating the North American Security Perimeter and forming an economic block that stretches from Canada on the North to Panama on the South, using the agencies of NAFTA and CAFTA.

An economic block today, what about tomorrow? Within fifty year a new, planned America, with a completely new cultural base will be in place...without our input or consent.

Here's "The Why."


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