Skip to comments.Pursuing the "North American" Agenda
Posted on 06/09/2007 4:42:06 PM PDT by dvan
Pursuing the "North American" Agenda Vol. 40, No. 2 September 2006
The hottest issue at the grassroots is illegal immigration and what our government is not doing to stop it. The question most frequently heard is, Why doesn't the Bush Administration get it?
Maybe the Bush Administration doesn't want to stop the invasion of illgal foreigners and wants to declare them all legal through amnesty lite and guest-worker proposals. Maybe the Bush Administration is pursuing a globalist agenda by means of a series of press releases (without authority from Congress or the American people).
Consider this chronology.
On March 23, 2005, President Bush met at his ranch in Crawford, Texas, with Vicente Fox of Mexico and Paul Martin of Canada in what they called a Summit. The three heads of state then drove to Baylor University in Waco, where they issued a press release announcing an agreement to form the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP).
On May 17, 2005, the Council on Foreign Relations issued a 59-page document outlining a five-year plan for the "establishment by 2010 of a North American economic and security community" with a common "outer security perimeter" to achieve "the freer flow of people within North America."
This document is full of language spelling out an "integrated" strategy to achieve an "open border for the movement of goods and people" within which "trade, capital, and people flow freely." The document calls for "a seamless North American market," allowing Mexican trucks "unlimited access," "totalization" (the code word for putting illegal aliens into the U.S. Social Security system), massive U.S. foreign aid, and even "a permanent tribunal for North American dispute resolution."
(Excerpt) Read more at eagleforum.org ...
How long until the people show up to defend Bush on immigration and start with the “it can’t happen here”?
The only way to get our immigration policies enforced is to start throwing all the amnesty proponents out of office and those government officials who took an oath to uphold the constitution of the United States should be impeached because they are not doing their jobs.
Great post and very illustrative of why you must always “follow the money.”
>>Maybe the Bush Administration is pursuing a globalist agenda by means of a series of press releases (without authority from Congress or the American people).<<
“How much plainer can it get?”
Plainer that the administration can and does issue press releases? Not much.
Plainer that the President doesn’t take illegal immigration seriously enough? Not much.
Plainer the the Bush administration is trying to end U.S. sovereignty and sell the country out to a conspiracy of globalists? That one could use some actual evidence.
Amnesty is just the start.
For this he deserves the contempt and fury of the American people.
The evil that these men do in closed door meetings, under the cover of darkness, is costing us our freedom, our sovereignty, our Republic! We’re in a heap of trouble!
Talk about mixed emotions. One minute we’re praising him for keeping the terrorists away and the next minute were praying that he will be enightened and see the error of his ways or suggesting that he will be strung up along side Aaron Burr for selling out the country. What an enigma. A veritable Jekyll and Hyde personality disorder.
This is so far beyond amnesty it is almost unbelievable. The intent is to merge our countries, in an extra constitutional manner using only the bureaucracy. All made possible by strings of SCOTUS decisions that essentially give the bureaucrats complete complete control of our lives. The breadth and scope of this is staggering. The mendacity and Machiavellian nature terrifying. This is way, way beyond amnesty. Folks, I think the congress is essentially clueless. What tyranny had been initiated in the name of the public good.
Nothing we are doing in Iraq is keeping the terrorists away. In fact, we are bringing thousands of future terrorists here as refugees. The invasion of Iraq has to be one of the biggest military blunders since Custer said there probably weren’t many Indians about.
Just say NO to Amnesty!! Keep calling!! Its NOT OVER!!
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Yes. Not long ago we were comparing George Bush to Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, Reagan, Truman, Teddy Roosevelt, and Winston Churchill. Now we’re comparing him to Jimmy Carter.
And why is no one except WND and forums like this picking up on this issue?
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