Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America

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  1. Revmitchell

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    On March 23, 2005, heads of government Vincente Fox, George W. Bush, and Paul Martin launched the North American partnership at a meeting in Waco, Texas, with the expressed goal of “a safer, more prosperous North America.”

    Proponents of the partnership claim its purpose is to increase security and prosperity for all three nations through enhanced cooperation. Critics maintain the partnership will sacrifice U.S. sovereignty by establishing a “North American Union,” with open borders and a common currency. Recently, President Bush stated that he found these fears "amusing."

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    Seems moves like this only add to the validity of warnings that some BB'ers have sounded about a possible North American Union.
     
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    It's a done deal. Get over it.
     
  4. Petra-O IX

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    I'll bet Poncho is having a good laugh over this one about now. Welcome to the ranks of your fellow CT'ers Revmitchell.:laugh:
     
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    Anyone who takes a good look at and weighs all the evidence can only come to one conclusion. Our republican form of government was co opted by the global power elite long ago.

    Being the type who has stayed loyal to my country (not to be confused with the government) I can find little humor in that. I'm glad the Rev is paying attention to what the globalists are doing now. Better late than never. :smilewinkgrin:

    In order to bring about a North American Union (NAU), the public first has to be conditioned to think of themselves as North Americans. In that regard, Thomas Donohue (president and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce) on June 16, 2006 remarked that "for CEOs, North America is already a single market, and business decisions are no longer made with a Mexico strategy---or a Canada strategy---but, rather, with a North American strategy....I think it's pretty clear now that it no longer makes sense to talk about U.S. competitiveness and Mexican competitiveness---or, for that matter, about the competitiveness of Canada. We are all in this together---we, as North Americans."

    Also relevant to this process is the publication of NORTH AMERICAN INTEGRATION MONITOR since 2002 by the Center for Strategic and International Studies ([​IMG]CSIS). Very soon, CSIS also will publish (and has agreed to send me) their final document on their "North American Future 2025 Project." The Project has "an emphasis on regional integration," and the year 2025 A.D. was selected "on the basis of the data presently available on overall global projections." Seven closed-door roundtable sessions have been looking at the methodology of global and North American projections, as well as labor mobility, energy, the environment, security, competitiveness, and border infrastructure and logistics.

    Zbigniew Brzezinski has been a CSIS counselor, and at Mikhail Gorbachev's first State of the World Forum in 1995, Brzezinski revealed: "We cannot leap into world government through one quick step....The precondition for eventual and genuine globalization is progressive regionalization because by that we move toward larger, more stable, more cooperative units." This is why the CSIS Project has "an emphasis on regional integration." (Brzezinski also described the regions that would be formed, that Israel and the Palestinians would be part of a Middle Eastern region, how Communist China would be brought into an Asian region, and that Iran would be part of a Central Asian region which would have important oil and gas pipelines constructed.)

    At this point, it is worth remembering that in Stalin's January 1913 address in Vienna, he advocated national loyalties becoming subservient to regions. And 3 years later, Lenin in 1916 proclaimed: "The aim of socialism is not only to abolish the present division of mankind into smaller states and all-national isolation, not only to bring the nations closer to each other, but also to merge them."

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    I have always had an eye on this. I do not however buy into the notion that all the press is in cahoots wth this.
     
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    Lou Dobbs certainly isn't in cahoots with it. So, no not all the press is in on it.

    Seems like the only time politicians talk about it is when they try and paint anyone who questions it as "conspiracy theorists" so I guess in their eyes you are a "conspiracy theorist" for bringing it up Rev. No offense meant on my part.

    If (most of) the mass media isn't in cahoots as you say then how do you explain it's deafening silence on the issue? Sure they may report on it some but do they ever question it? Do they ever investigate it any further than their note pad full of politician's "official" comments?

    If so please show me where and when.
     
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    I had listened to Lou Dobbs on this subject. Lou Dobbs is a practical person and had dismissed this idea of an North American Union at one time as being a kooky conspiracy theory. Lou being the straight shooter that he is admitted to being wrong. With this election soon coming upon us Americans need to examine and promote a strong 3rd party candidate or we will most certainly be in deep doo doo if McCain or Obama gets into power.
     

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