AWCheney’s Forum On Immigration

North American Union, Part 4: The Canadians

Although the vast majority of our own government and mainstream media persist in denying, and actually ridiculing, the strong evidence that a North American Union is in the future of our nation, the issue is quite openly, and seriously, being discussed, opposed, and promoted in Canada. Our neighbors to the north have been much more persistent in looking at the ramifications of the ties between NAFTA , the North American SuperCorridor Coalition (NASCO), the North American Competitiveness Council (NACC), and the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) toward the ultimate development of that North American Union.

Particularly since the Montebello (Canada) meeting of the SPP between Bush, Harper, and Calderon, large numbers of the members of the opposition parties, as well as an enormous number of Canadian citizens all across the country, have taken an active stand against the policies and the conspiratorial nature of the negotiations potentially leading to the establishment of a NAU in which they have absolutely no desire to participate. Unfortunately, it is also leading to a good bit of anti-American (U.S.) sentiment among people with whom we have gotten on exceptionally well for the greater part of our history.

http://onlinejournal.com/artman/publish/article_2284.shtml

“It won’t work. For one thing, the Canadian people will never accept that Canada become a colony of the United States, and the current minority government of Stephen Harper could pay dearly politically if it continues pushing in that direction. Canadians do not want their armed forces and their foreign policy to be de facto merged with those of imperial America. Moreover, they do not want their natural resources to be placed under U.S. control and exploited nearly completely by large American corporations, which have little regard for Canada’s sovereignty and little concern for the welfare of Canadians. Also, they do not want the Canadian dollar ditched in favor of a less and less attractive U.S. dollar, as some have suggested.”


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July 22, 2008 1:23 am Posted by | North American Union | , , , , , , , | 16 Comments

The North American Union, Part 2

In Part 1 we examined the possibility that the North American Union could, perhaps, be the ultimate goal in a series of events that began with the creation of NAFTA (implemented on January 1, 1994) during the Clinton Administration and subsequently led to the creation of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, which has led to a piecemeal plan for the socio-economic convergence of the three North American nations, one element of which is transportation (the NASCO superhighway). The party line regarding this theory, from BOTH political parties, is that the NAU is merely a creation of Conservative paranoia:

The fact is, we know that the SPP DOES exist, and I spent some time navigating its rather anemic website:

http://www.spp.gov/

They definitely have not made it easy to get a lot of information there about this very serious attempt to integrate the three nations of North America…the United States, Canada, and Mexico. There is no search function and at least two links were disabled at the time I tried to access them, although they magically reappeared later. Perhaps they were being updated. The information that you find on the site is very definitely PR oriented, much of it in press release form, and you really have to dig and Google to go deeper…which is what I did.

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July 2, 2008 9:23 am Posted by | North American Union | , , , | 6 Comments

Border Security?

There is little argument in the illegal alien debate that our borders are extremely porous, and there is well-founded concern that physical barriers are highly ineffective (watch what is happening in the background during the President’s interview):

The completion of the NASCO (North American SuperCorridor Coalition) superhighway will actually extend the “border” through the heart of the United States. If we are unable to control the borders we already have, how are we possibly going to secure this superhighway?

What’s the answer? Is it stronger enforcement of immigration laws, particularly those which affect the economic standards of illegal aliens in this country, thus hoping to encourage attrition and discourage others from coming? Is it stronger laws and penalties for violations of immigration laws, as they have in Mexico? Is it stronger enforcement and increased penalties against employers of illegal aliens? Is it a combination of these, or something else that might be the answer? Or do we just open up the borders and throw up our hands in resignation (North American Union)?

Anybody have any suggestions?

July 1, 2008 3:32 am Posted by | Illegal Immigration | , , , , , | 32 Comments