The architects of a New World Order (as the elder George Bush called it), have been building the economic and legal basis for an eventual North American Union ever since the passage of NAFTA in 1993. The current Bush administration has worked hard to take the next steps in the process.
The John Birch Society, a conservative group that publishes the New American Magazine, recently put on its website (www.jbs.org) a free copy of its special 48-page report on the North American Union, MERGER IN THE MAKING, that can be downloaded for free from the internet.
We invite our readers to read this well-documented report, which proves that the this coming North American Union — the political merger of the U.S.A., Canada and Mexico, is not a myth, but is based on facts, and is to be modeled on the European Union.
Here are just a few excerpts:
MYTH: The North American Union is a delusion perpetrated on the American public by cranks and crackpots.
FACT: The phrase North American Union (NAU) is commonly used to refer to the very real process of merging the United States with Mexico and Canada. This process began when the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was approved by Congress in 1993. Next, the launch of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) on March 23, 2005, at a summit meeting between President Bush and his counterparts from Canada and Mexico, greatly accelerated this process.
A key to understanding the North American Union process is recognizing that the government leaders and nongovernmental organization members who are building the NAU routinely minimize the significance of what they are doing. They draw your attention to snapshots of what they've accomplished so far in order to distract you from the real goals and the plans that reveal the overall process they are pursuing.
The U.S. media paid scant attention this past August when President George W. Bush headed for a meeting of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (more commonly referred to as the SPP) in Canada. The two-day summit (August 20-21) with Mexico's President Felipe Calderon and Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper, as well as top government ministers and business leaders, was conducted behind a cordon of security and secrecy at a luxury resort in Montebello, Quebec, down the Ottawa River from the Canadian capital.
At the summit's concluding press conference on August 21, the three heads of state were confronted with charges leveled by critics of the SPP's goals and process. A Fox News reporter asked the trio:
"Can you say today that this is not a prelude to a North American Union, similar to a European Union? Are there plans to build some kind of superhighway connecting all three countries? And do you believe all of these theories about a possible erosion of national identity stem from a lack of transparency from this partnership?"
President Bush and Prime Minister Harper evaded the questions and chose to respond with ridicule, but facts show that the SPP is actually a scheme to create an EU-style North American Union.
Leading SPP advocates publicly deny that their integration plans will bring about a centralized EU-style government that will override national, state, and local governance. Privately, however, in their speeches and writings, they acknowledge that this is precisely what they are constructing.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Canada Paul Cellucci, for instance, in an October 30, 2006 address to the Canadian Defense and Foreign Affairs Institute, said:
"Now, I don't believe that we will ever have, in name anyways, a common union like the Europeans have… but I believe that, incrementally, we will continue to integrate our economies... I think … 10 years from now, or maybe 15 years from now we're gonna look back and we're gonna have a union in everything but name."
Mexican President Vicente Fox openly stated, prior to the launch of the SPP, that the "long-range objective is to establish an ensemble of connections and institutions similar to those created by the European Union."
In their 2003 book The Great Deception, British authors Christopher Booker and Richard North describe the decades-long process of creating the European Union as "a slow-motion coup d'etat, the most spectacular coup d'etat in history." Booker and North show that the EU has become the greatest concentration of political power in the history of mankind.
That is precisely what the EU's architects intended it to become; but they didn't tell that to the people of Europe when they first began promoting what they called "the project" after World War II. It was launched as the European Coal and Steel Community, and soon after expanded into the European Economic Community (EEC), better known as the Common Market, to promote trade and ease of travel. Gradually, as more political integration took place, the EEC became the European Community, or EC. Finally, it changed names once again, from EC to EU. The NAFTA/SPP architects are copying the EU slow-motion coup d'etat blueprint but on an accelerated schedule.
Our elected representatives in the Canadian Parliament and the U.S. Congress have the constitutional authority — and duty — to stop this usurpation of power and this planned transformation of our three countries. A rapidly growing grass-roots movement of Canadian and American citizens is becoming aware of the SPP threat, and they are making their voices heard. But, as these recent battles have shown, members of Congress and Parliament are not likely to take appropriate action on these urgent matters until a significant number of determined constituents become active and light fires underneath.
The "Michael" Journal has made a special 8-page offprint on the North American Union (see our July-August, 2007 issue), that you can order for free distribution around you. Take action before it is too late!