Saturday, August 25, 2007

POLITICAL UPDATE--North American Union

This update focuses on North American Union. The third Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) summit was held in Canada recently. The House of Representatives passed an amendment sponsored by Duncan Hunter to prohibit funding for the SPP by 362 to 63. Congress is discussing changing America's patent system.

Jerome Corsi: Bush doesn't deny plans for N. American Union
Phyllis Schlafly: Economic Integration on the March
Allan Wall: Yes, Virginia (Dare), There Is An SPP. And It Means (Big) Business
Robert Dacy: Highway Robbery: Online Exclusive
Phyllis Schlafly: Americans Need China-Free Food
Steve Sailer: The New York Times, The NAU, And The Burden Of Empire
Jerome Corsi: OKC mayor washes hands of North American Union
Jerome Corsi: Secret memo: One-world agenda dominates SPP summit
Jerome Corsi: Now Cheney chimes in: Ain't no superhighways
Phyllis Schlafly: Time To Stand Up for America
Phyllis Schlafly: Foreign Trade Demands A Level Playing Field
Phyllis Schlafly: So-Called Patent Reform Cheats U.S. Inventors

Now that the game plan is laid out, we can connect the dots that promote economic integration of North America:
* the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, its Working Groups in the Commerce Department, and its summits in Waco, Cancun and Quebec
* NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement)
* CAFTA (Central American Free Trade Agreement)
* the admission of Mexican trucks onto our highways
* the "harmonization" of our unique and successful American patent system with inferior foreign systems
* the contract to build the TransTexas Corridor
* the plans to extend it into a NAFTA Super Highway
* making Kansas City an international "port"
* the "totalization" of illegal aliens into our Social Security system
* the WTO rules that allow foreign countries to subsidize exports and penalize imports by tariffs disguised as the VAT (Value Added Tax)
* the sale of our infrastructure such as tollroads and ports to foreign companies
* the recently defeated Senate amnesty bill. That bill would have integrated 20 million illegal aliens into our labor force, locked us (by Section 413) into the SPP, and spent massive foreign aid to "improve the standard of living in Mexico."
--Phyllis Schlafly


Anonymous said...

You have not yet once explained how a Union (which is far fetched anyways) would be a bad thing. No thoughts of your own on this matter Allan? Just the same old people writing about the same old topics? So much for a better start to the year.

Matthew said...

"All of history attests that the centralization and concentration of power breed despotism." - H.A.Scott Trask

Anonymous said...

Right on Matt...take that Bush Administration....oh crap, wait.