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Canadian sovereignty, Security and Prosperity Partnership

Prime Minister Steven Harper could stop the North American Union

By Judi McLeod

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

>Sources close to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper tell Canada Free Press that he is firmly against Canada being part of the North American Union (NAU).

>Canadian sovereignty, they say, is everything in the opinion of the Canadian prime minister.

>As the proverbial `i's' and `'t's are being dotted and crossed in a binding document that forces Canada, the United States and Mexico into one massive borderless entity, pockets of patriots are popping up in the U.S. to fight such a union.

>When officials convene well outside the disinfectant of sunlight, they gather under groups with names apt to confuse the people they govern. So last month it wasn't the North American Union meeting in Canada, it was the "Security and Prosperity Partnership", (SPP) a name more likely to have people nodding off rather than smelling a rat.

>American investigative journalist and media critic Cliff Kincaid was right on to the meeting. Kincaid, who learned at the knee of American Accuracy in Media (AIM) hero, the late Reed Irvine, can always be counted on to go to the root of the problem.

>"It (NAU) springs from a process, set in motion by President Bush about two years ago, involving what many conservatives see as surrender of U.S. sovereignty to a trilateral entity that could assume the form of a North American Union, much like the European Union that now dictates to the citizens of 27 European states," wrote Kincaid.

>" 'The Security and Prosperity Partnership was launched in 2005 to ensure continued economic prosperity in Canada, the United States and Mexico, and to increase the security of citizens in all three countries,' says a release from the Canadian government."

>Including security would seem to have been a bit of a stretch given that since the Feb. 16 meeting, Canadian courts ruled that suspected terrorists can no longer be held for questioning, and we hear the same is coming for the U.S.

>Said Kincaid of the low profile meeting, "It sounds innocent enough. Those in attendance are supposed to include, from the government of Canada: Peter MacKay, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, Stockwell Day, Minister of Public Safety, and Maxime Bernier, Minister of Industry. Their Mexican and U.S. counterparts are Secretary of Foreign Affairs Patricia Espinosa, Secretary of the interior Francisco Javier Ramirez Acuna, Secretary of Economy Eduardo Sojo Garza-Aldape, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff, and Secretary of Commerce Carlos M. Gutierrez."

>Big names in anybody's book and in any language.

>As this was Canada in frigid February and not another one of those taxpayer-paid jaunts to the tropics, why did the political heavies flock to the SPP meeting?

>To date, politicians have been coy about the coming NAU, some even telling reporters that the organization is just another one of those "Internet rumors".

>They are not ahead of the investigative Kincaid. "On one level, as I discovered at the conference, much of it stems from NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement, which was pushed through Congress by President Clinton, getting majorities in both Houses, and bypassing the treaty process that requires a two-thirds vote in favor in the Senate. Clinton knew that he couldn't get the votes that a treaty required.

>"President Bush, a supporter of NAFTA, entered the picture on March 23, 2005, when he issued a statement with then-Mexican President Vincent Fox and then-Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin and announced the establishment of the SPP. I had reported that the statement was signed by President Bush, but was corrected by a reader who said that, according to the SPP website, it was not. The SPP says, "The SPP is a dialogue to increase security and enhance property among the three countries. The SPP is not an agreement nor is it a treaty. In fact, no agreement was ever signed.

>"Yet I found a statement issued by then-Prime Minister Martin, in which he declared that "President Bush, President Fox and I signed the Security and Prosperity Partnership…" A transcript of a "press availability" from June 27, 2005, shows Carlos Abascal, the Mexican Secretary of the Interior, saying that, "Our three leaders, President Fox, President Bush and Prime Minister Martin have signed the Security Partnership of North America."

>"Why," asks Kincaid, "would officials of Canada and Mexico say the document was signed when it was not? Are they simply in error?"

>No, Mr. Kincaid, they are simply in simpatico.

>Canadians in la-la land who think that the North American Union is a simple way to guarantee prosperity for Canada are off base.

>The NAU and its dinero are being pushed along by global diplomats at the United Nations and the EU.

>Aside from being a corrupt bloated bureaucracy, the UN like its twin sister the European Union, adhere to administrative systems much closer to communist than capitalist.

>As Charlotte Iserbyt warned in a column entitled, "Wake Up America" for, it's all straight out of the life and times of Joe Stalin.

>"The regionalization (consolidation) of the world is quite similar to the three-stage plan outlined by Stalin at the 1936 Communist International. At hat meeting, the official program proclaimed:

>"Dictatorship can be established only by a victory of socialism in different countries or groups of countries, after which there would be federal unions of the various groupings of these socialist countries, and the third stage would be an amalgamation of these regional federal unions into a world union of socialist nations: (Ed note: The third stage is taking place right now as we in the United States of America become part of a federal union, the North American Union, which will in the near future become part of a worlds union of socialist nations).

>"Former President of the Soviet Union Gorbachev on March 23, 2000 in London, referred to the European Union (EU) as "the New European Soviet." If he refers to the EU in that way, it only stands to reason that he would refer to the North American Union (NAU) as the "New American Soviet", since the NAU is modeled on the EU. Gorbachev also said in his speech to the Soviet Central Committee on November 2, 1987, published by Novosti Press Agency Publishing House:

>"We are moving toward a new world, the world of communism. We shall never turn off that road."

> Political hype nothwithstanding, The North American Union will swallow the sovereignties of three countries. It is amnesty conveniently tied up in one package.

>Meanwhile Canadians are joining with American patriots to fight the NAU.

>The Canadian signature on the establishment of the SPP was former Prime Minister Paul Martin, whose brief tenure at 24 Sussex was marked by epic UN boosterism. Martin's lifetime mentor? UN poster boy, Kyoto architect Maurice Strong.

>This is where Prime Minister Steven Harper comes in. The Stop the NAU Movement needs a leader to force the SPP out into the bright sunlight.

>Should Harper step up to the plate, Conservatives could gain a majority in the next federal election.

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