AWCheney’s Forum On Immigration

Open Discussion

I’ve put out a great deal of information over the past three weeks…and I’m having some computer difficulties again with my technical expert currently unavailable. It occurred to me that this might be a good time for readers to catch up on all this information (most of which ties together), and perhaps use it to do some of their own research, then come back here and do some brainstorming. Call it an open thread, open discussion, or whatever…it could prove interesting.

[UPDATE: I had intended to get a new post out today (actually, I should say “yesterday”), however, circumstances made that impossible. I hope to have one out, properly researched, by end of day (the 21st). This open discussion is definitely not getting a lot of interest, probably because everyone is looking for new information which takes a LOT of time to put together, so I also needed a break. By the way, if anyone has any suggestions for future posts I’m quite open to them.]

July 18, 2008 7:11 pm Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

North American Union, Part 3: The Amero

Given the recent developments in our economic situation in the United States, and the resulting increasing interest in this particular post, I felt that it might be appropriate for me to move it to the “top of the heap,” so to speak, with some minor additions. It contains some very relevant information to our current situation.

In the North American Union, parts 1 and 2, we briefly examined the systematic path toward socio-economic convergence of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico through various treaties, trilateral organizations and projects, much like the beginnings of the European Union. The “Open Borders” posts and the “Social Security Totalization Treaty” post also have very distinct relationships to this issue. What should be noticeable throughout, particularly in the “Totalization” and “EU” postings, is that convergence is very dependent upon a state of parity between the three nations…and financial parity is a key element.

One of the mistakes that the European Unionists made originally was not positioning themselves to impose a single monetary system throughout the EU. Not all EU nations have adopted the Euro as their sole currency which means, of course, that they have not yet fully invested themselves in the centralized banking and financial functions of the Union. Great Britain happens to be one of those countries. That is one of the matters that the Treaty of Lisbon is designed to correct. It is very likely that the architects of a possible North American Union have learned from their mistakes.

As we witnessed in the aftermath of “9/11,” an atmosphere of fear is a necessary element in the willingness of the American people to concede their liberty in the name of security for such anomalous concessions to government intrusion into our lives, and the abrogation of many of our individual rights, as was imposed upon us through the Patriot Act and the creation of Homeland Security. Fear is an equally necessary element to create an atmosphere whereby the American people would permit our government to thoroughly abdicate the very economic principles which made this country such an economic power in the previous century.

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July 16, 2008 10:17 pm Posted by | North American Union | , , | 6 Comments