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Thursday, June 15, 2006

"I Pledge Alliegiance to the North American Union..."


"I pledge alliegiance to the North American Union?" What the hell am I talking about"

Well, you'd better get used to it.

If you think Bush was secretive about the Dubai Ports deal (which, by the way, is not dead; it's still waiting in the wings, driven underground by vigorous public outcry, until our "short attention span" permits Bush and Dubai to slip it over on us, just as the Doncaster sale to Dubai - you know Doncaster's, the British company that makes sensitive stuff for the Department of Defense - has been quietly slipped past us), just listen to the speech he will be giving today when he swears in the new "Trade Ambassador." The speech he gives will explain his policy of "easing poverty by expanding trade and demoncracy as an alternative to increasing foreign aid."

It will be the most public disclosure made to date on the "plan."

That report was given by Wendell Goler on Fox and Friends this morning, and neither Wendell, E.D., Steve, or Brian batted an eye.

Why should they? After all, it was just another speech/ceremony at the White House, wasn't it? And doesn't increased trade to "ease poverty" sound better than out-and-out foreign aid?

Sure, it sounds really benign. Don't get me wrong - I'm a huge fan of laissez-faire capitalism, a totally free market economy. I think that the best thing for everyone on the planet would be to have separation of government and economy, limiting intervention by government into the economy to those situations where the initiation of physical force and the use of fraud, or deceit need to be handled.

But as one of my heros, Thomas Sowell, has pointed out, the free exchange of goods carries with it consequences that are far different from the free exchange of peoples. We still have to know who is entering our country, for what purpose, and for how long. We cannot, for example, willy-nilly allow criminals, terrorists, or people with certain kinds of diseases enter.

We can and should permit the entrance into the country those people who have legitimate reasons to be here, people whose presence is required to support the increased economic activity generated by the free exchange of goods; managers, CEOs, clerks, programmers, researchers, laborers, etc. We should also allow, again on a monitored basis, those people who wish to enter as consumers of the increased economic activity - businesses customers, tourists, patients seeking medical attention, students seeking education, etc.

This would be a great arrangement, and it could be easily accomplished simply by removing existing barriers created and imposed by governments. There is absolutely no need to create a new entity in order to establish a system of free trade.

But this - the establishment of free trade - is merely the excuse, the disguise, being used by the governments of Canada, the United States, and Mexico to create a new mega-union called the North American Union, with free exchange not only of goods, but of people as well.

Hmmmm... Well, maybe that's not so bad...

After all, it sounds as if the three governments have merely decided to create treaties about mutual security and trade. And when you get right down to it, the opening up of trade opportunities sounds like a win-win situation. Beats the doo-doo out of having to pay out of our tax pockets for all the foreign aid we're shelling out now...

But that's not what is happening, and what is happening isn't benign; free trade is the least important part of "the plan." What the three governments have in mind, have agreed to, and have begun to implement, is the loss of our national sovereignty, up to and including our Constitution.

Surely that can't be true! Surely that is a gross exaggeration! That has to be some sort of "conspiracy theory!"

In a sort of ad hominem campaign, anyone in the past who has suggested that the U.S. will be submerged in some sort of political-military-economic arrangement with other nations has been labeled a "conspiracy theorist," running about madly waving his arms and carrying a sign about how the world is coming to an end.

I wish that it were merely a conspiracy theory, but it's for real, and what is happening now is the result of many decades of thinking and planning that began before WWI. I'll get to that a little later.

Meanwhile, back on the ranch, on March 23, 2005, in Waco, Texas, Bush, Fox, and then Prime Minister of Canada Paul Martin, signed a trilateral agreement which resulted in the creation of the SSP, or "Security and Prosperity" office as part of the Department of Commerce. There are corresponding offices in Mexico and Canada.

These offices have twenty "working groups" that deal with such issues as e-commerce, aviation policy, and borders and immingration.

The members of these "working groups" are secret; their names are not published anywhere.

Why? According to Geri Word, head of the SSP office, which is within the NAFTA office, which is in turn within the Department of Commerce, says that the reason the members of these "working groups" a kept a secret is "We do not want to get the contact people of the working groups distracted by calls from the public" (emphasis mine).

"Distracted?" Read between those lines for the real meaning: "When Bush tried to slip the Dubai Ports deal over on the "little people," they opposed it with such vigor that the whole deal had to go back underground to await a later time for it to go forward."

If you think that between Islam, terrorism, the borders, the Islamification of Europe, illegal invasions of the U.S. by who-knows-what, threats from Marxists in South America and whackos like Ahmedinejad and Kim Jong-Il etc. we have some serious problems, and if you feel as though we need to circle the wagons, you're right.

But all of these problems are related to each other and one other that will affect you, directly, by 2010, two years after the next presidential election.

What's the big deal? Well, my friends, there's trouble in River City - and in every other town in the United States. In 2010, unless something intervenes, the United States will become part of the "plan."

The "plan," which has been in the works since before WWI, is to create a single political-military-economic "bloc" out of Mexico, the United States, and Canada. The model for this is the European Union, which was Step One. We, Step Two, will be called the North American Union, and like the European Union, will have a single currency, called the "Amero."

On May 26, 2005, Katherine Harris (R-FL) sponsored a bill (H.R. 2672) that closely resembled a Senate bill (S. 853) . It sounded pretty benign, too; it was to "direct the Secretary of State and the Secretary of Homeland Security to establish a program to enhance the mutual security and safety of the United States, Canada, and Mesico, and for other purposes."

Other purposes? My, my - what could they be?

Well, the bills are intended to support the establishment of the North American Union. You can't ask the people who are on the working groups of the SSP, of course, or the Department of Commerce, or the Department of Homeland Security, because it's all hush-hush. They don't want to upset you, because if you got upset, you might pull a Dubai Ports thing on them.

But that doesn't mean that you can't get a good idea about what's up; there's the history of the whole plan, which matches up very nicely with all kinds of things in the news, including the UN's grotesque plan for a totally borderless world, where the economic problems of oppressive, unproductive governments would be "solved" by the exportation of their poor underclasses to the U.S. (this issue is the entire agenda for the United Nation's "High Level Dialogue," prepared with the help of Kofi Annan, and to be held with the opening of the General Assembly in the fall of 2006).

And then there's a task force report published by the Council on Foreign Relations called "Building a North American Community." It presents a blueprint for achieving specific objectives to expand on the trilateral SSP agreement which would merge the U.S. and Mexico and Canada into a new governmental form.

You can go to their website and get a copy of the whole report for $15.00 (and a membership list, too, unlike the SSP "working groups"). But unless you really want to shell out $15.00, here's what it says, in part: ". . .the Task Force proposes the creation by 2010 of a North American community . . . based on the . . . March 2005 Joint Statement of the three leaders that "our security and prosperity are mutally dependent and complementary. . . [within its] boundaries . . .the movement of people. . .will be legal. . . Its goal will be to guarantee a free, secure, just, and prosperous North America."

That's "govspeak" for the establishment of all the above, facilitated by the use of a North American Border Pass (to replace the use of national passports within the Union), a North American Court (above our Supreme Court), a North American Interparliamentary Group (to take precedence over the Congress), a North American Executive Commission (sort of like the President), a North American Military Defense Command (any of you U.S. military members want to serve under a Mexican commander?), a North American Customs Office, and a North American Development Bank.

And, my friends, it ain't gonna stop there. While the European Union iwas Step One, and the North American Union is to be Step Two, there are other "steps" also proposed - Africa, Asia, etc., with perhaps as many as ten such blocs or "Unions" in the pipeline.

And it won't stop there, either; ultimately, the plan is for all of these political-military-economic blocs, or "Unions," to merge into a single World Federation of States, with a single monetary system, a single military, a single justice system, a single executive system, a single set of laws, and the freedom to settle anywhere in the world by anybody who wants to do so.

I still plan to write up a history of this whole mess, but until I do, please read this and this for your amusement.

Remember the words in King Arthur's song in Camelot? "Camelot. . . a brief, shining moment . . ."

The U.S. is on the same road to oblivion as Camelot. We are watching the destruction of the only nation in all of history to be designed from scratch on the Englightenment premise that the rights of the individual take precedence over the power of government. It is simply fading from existence under our very noses.

Let's all say it together: "I pledge alliegiance to the World Federation of States. . ."

4 Comments:

  • At Thu Jun 15, 02:13:00 PM PDT, Blogger Eleanor © said…

    Brava, Brava...an excellent analysis of our sad plight. The downtrodden masses have been pouring across the borders to affect the population mixture, the public schools have been watered down and the emphasis has moved from education to team work for the improvement of the school, ie, the "No Child Left Behind Program" and the individual state school improvement programs so that that students are programmed less to improve themselves than they are to become group oriented and moving toward becoming "citizens of the world".

    Our courts are making rulings "influenced by" international law and armies are "coalitions"; in some parts of the world, national sovereignty is dirty word and those complaining are labeled racists, xenophobes, reactionary, or even Hitlites (like Hitler).

    I'm not looking forward to 2010. Those over 50 are the luckiest and the unluckiest generation...we lived the best part of our lives in Camelot...but so sad to watch it go down the tubes.

     
  • At Thu Jun 15, 04:59:00 PM PDT, Blogger Always On Watch said…

    Cubed,
    A superior article here!

    I'm becoming more and more convinced that GWB is a Trojan horse--not that Kerry is better.

    We must find someone who will break away from the one-world-government crap. Is there a candidate like that? The universities have ruined that generation and the next (two pools of candidates, maybe more!)

    I loved the way Eleanor put this: Those over 50 are the luckiest and the unluckiest generation...we lived the best part of our lives in Camelot...but so sad to watch it go down the tubes.

    Yes, we over age 50 know what's happening--at least, those of us who were not brainwashed along the way.

     
  • At Fri Jun 16, 07:11:00 PM PDT, Blogger Seth said…

    Needed: One Quality Sustainable Population, programme and future, all else is nonsense. Key words "quality and sustainable" are obfuscated and have yet to be defined by all sponsors of The New Word Order, liberal academics, social-Marxist, et al. I do believe "it" is searching for a way to sell us "The Compromise" to capitulation.

     
  • At Mon Jan 15, 05:34:00 AM PST, Blogger Gayle said…

    Excellent commentary here. I'm linking to it on my blog as I've just done a post on this. Thanks! :)

     

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