Posted by dan20 on January 26, 2007
Posted by dan20 on January 25, 2007
By NATHAN JOHNSON
A House committee unanimously passed a joint resolution Tuesday that urges the president and Congress to withdraw from the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America. The resolution, sponsored by Rep. Stephen Sandstrom, R-Orem, now moves to the House floor for a vote.
The SPP, while not an institution, is harshly criticized by some Utah groups. Resolution supporters told the committee Tuesday that the purpose of the SPP is to remove sovereignty from the United States and give it to a North American union, similar to the European Union. The SPP involves the United States, Mexico and Canada.
Wally McCormick, of the Utah Constitution Coalition and Utah Minuteman Project, said that the SPP will allow for “a 5-square-mile area, that is supposedly going to be owned by Mexico, within our own country, run by their officers, run by their soldiers.”
Posted by dan20 on January 17, 2007
Marysville, CA (PRWeb) January 11, 2007 — It is the strong belief of the American Independent Party that the United States should not engage in the construction of a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) superhighway system or enter into a North American Union with Mexico and Canada. The elite planners behind this project are working toward a borderless North America by 2010, which would be a disaster for U.S. national security and would spell the end of U.S. independence.”
Posted by dan20 on January 12, 2007
This presentation is an important, detailed and timely look at forming of the North America Union (NAU). This is information is most … all » helpful to those who knows little about the NAU or the CFR. This complete presentation is broken into three segments – this is segment 1. For a FREE DVD of this presentation e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by dan20 on January 9, 2007
Posted by dan20 on January 6, 2007
By Luther Broaddus
SOCORRO, New Mexico (STPNS) —
An expansion of my :Comments” from the December 28, 2006, edition of the Mountain Mail.
Two years ago, I received a call from a young Texas rancher who told me he was going to lose his ranch to a highway to be built by foreigners … a few questions later, and we were told the governmental agency would not tell him where the highway was going, only that it would run “from the South to the North.”
Posted by dan20 on January 3, 2007
By Jerome R. Corsi
Film critic and talk show host Michael Medved has decided to put in print on Townhall.com the attack he has frequently broadcast on radio against those of us who are opposing the North American integration being pursued by the Bush Administration activity under the auspices of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America.
Without specifying exactly whom he is attacking, Medved uses his Townhall.com piece to launch into an emotionally charged diatribe against what he calls “a shameless collection of lunatics and losers; crooks, cranks, demagogues, and opportunists” who are whipping up a “mounting hysteria over the looming menace of a ‘North American Union.’” Medved then proceeds to characterize in equally emotionally charged language the argument as “a secret master plan to join the U.S., Canada and Mexico in one big super-state and then to replace the good old Yankee dollar with a worthless new currency called ‘The Amero.’” He further charges that criticism of the Trans-Texas Corridor is another “delusion” that “involves the construction of a ‘Monster Highway’ some sixteen lanes wide through Texas and the Great Plains, connecting the two nations on either side of the border for some nefarious but never-explained purpose.”
Posted by dan20 on January 3, 2007
By Judi McLeod
Mexico is sitting pretty in the event of the formation of a North American Union (NAU). Its Third World status would be wiped off the slate in the NAU.
That’s because the United States of America has already absorbed millions of Mexicans and millions more keep pouring over the border.
“In a letter dated February 2004, no less an authority than Arizona Senator John McCain recognized that Border Patrol apprehension figures demonstrated that “almost four million people crossed our borders illegally (in) 2002—experts on the subject agree that illegal crossings have only increased since then.” (www.theamericanresistance.com).