By Judi McLeod
Thursday, April 12, 2007
Some call it 'regionalization', population of which will come to be known as the "North Americanists". Some call it North American Union, NAU for short, or the benign sounding North American Community.
Few call the coming end of the sovereignty of three nations globalization, but rarely what it really is, the persistent encroachment of One World Government.
The United Nations-like European Union now governs all of Europe. In the latest U.N. move, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has asked New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg whether some of the city's police officers could be deployed with U.N. peacekeeping missions." (www.Breitbart.com, April 11, 2007.)
The main architects of the North American Union, who inexorably pieced it together over decades, were quick to quell the first signs of public unease. Any Erin Brockovich piloting her way through government paperwork could always be tossed to the wolves, branded as a conspiracy theorist. Heroes not worn down by the wall of bureaucracy are scarce and often live the life of the loner. The road of tracking down information hidden from public view gets lonely. The enthusiasm of their friends and supporters soon wanes, and doors begin to slam when the few doing the digging are mocked for seeing Communists behind every lamppost and black helicopters hovering over their cities.
While the citizens of those cities went to work assuming there would always be a United States, a Canada and a Mexico, the unimaginable was already being orchestrated.
Politicians of decades past were even worse than anyone ever described them. Our media wrote about their political junkets and their pay hikes--and here they were signing away our very sovereignty!
But salvation is in the here and now for those willing to fight the takeover of society, as we know it by the NAU. The present is crucial because the hands on the clock continue ticking their way towards a dark and murky midnight.
How can the gobbling up of three separate nations be coming so swiftly this way when we didn't even know there was a monster on the horizon, let alone one with so voracious an appetite?
While citizens have been left out of the loop by their governments and a, by and large, attending media, a handful of journalists and researchers have been raising the alarm. CNN's Lou Dobbs, WorldNetDaily's Jerome Corsi and Accuracy in Media's Cliff Kincaid to name a few.
Surely someday the opening chapter in the history of the NAU will start with the chilling words of Lou Dobbs on June 9, 2005, reporting on Dr. Robert Pastor's Congressional testimony as one of the six co-chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) Independent Task Force on North America. Dobbs began his evening broadcast with the startling announcement: "Good evening, everybody. Tonight, an astonishing proposal to expand our borders to incorporate Mexico and Canada and simultaneously further diminish U.S. sovereignty. Have our political elites gone mad?"
The work of dedicated researchers exposing NAU roots has been invaluable. Every citizen who thinks borders really matter owes a debt of gratitude to masterful researcher Debra K. Niwa.
How fitting that a little known researcher, whose work is destined to launch a grassroots revolution, started by questioning the policies and changes occurring in the school district in Tucson, Arizona where her son was enrolled. Niwa cut her teeth devoting thousands of hours researching local, state, federal and global school reform issues, as well as actively advocating for academic quality in education.
With the instincts of a detective, she works her way through the paper maze, patiently gleaning the information that matters most for the rest of us.
Debbie Niwa is destined to go down in history as the Patron Saint of Patriots.
Her paper, The Emerging North American Union (NAU) released on Jan. 12, 2007 chronicles the NAU from its cryless birth.
The Emerging North American Union (NAU) is a step-by-step illumination, showing how politicians of every political stripe at all levels of government sold their own people out. It is written in lucid language.
Were we too busy working to make the rent and mortgage when our politicians were signing away our sovereignty?
Were we still naively trying to figure out which party was best as members of all parties were getting ready for the ribbon cutting ceremony of all time: the launch of the NAU?
"For decades, agreements between the United States, Canada and Mexico have been slowly eroding each nation's governing structure and identity. Bi-national and tri-national activities, such as those found in free trade agreements are bringing in the foundation pieces for regional governance--a North American Union. Proponents refer to the structure as a North American Community," Niwa wrote in her introduction to The Emerging North American Union (NAU).
"Plans that promote regional government development can be found in the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPPNA or SPP). In Canada, initiatives have also come under headings like Deep Integration, or the Big Idea. Regardless of the title, the outcome will be the same: regional priorities taking precedence over national sovereignty, economy, goals and culture."
Think about what's happening in the town where you live. Governments at every level and their impact on your everyday life becoming ever more insidious.
"Commissions, task forces and working groups--that bypass elected representatives and public interests--are "harmonizing" or "integrating" rational policies of countries (similar decision-making is also operating at local and state levels), " Niwa continues. "Eminent domain (power to seize private property without owner consent) is increasingly employed to remove barriers to (regional/global) free trade plans--like private property located on hundreds of thousands of acres of land on international corridor (NAFTA superhighway) routes that will run through many states; or private property located in cities/counties selected for international trade hub/port development (unbeknownst to the public at large)."
How many of North America's parks and historical sites been declared as United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) properties?
How many of American's military bases have been taken over by companies whose members include politicians like Nancy Pelosi?
For American patriots--the best hope in stopping the North American Union from becoming reality--it's going to be the Mother of all Battles.
This is a battle that forces combatants to swim upstream. The members of the network that designed the NAU have got their alibis down to a science. They pepper their rhetoric with phrases like "for the public good" and accuse detractors of NIMBYism. Denying opponents an even playing field, they move in an arena booby trapped by the sticky spiderweb of politically incorrect charges lying in wait for a steady stream of victims.
The term "Think Globally, Act Locally" has long been their mantra.
The lexicon of the globalists leans heavily on the Marxist dialectic.
Patriots are bound to find the road strewn with figurative landmines.
Already pockets of NAU detractors, who look a lot like fronts for some of the well-heeled cells pushing the NAU along, are springing up.
This newspaper had been told by trusted sources that Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is against the NAU. But not only is Harper's silence on the NAU deafening, his top ministers attend NAU meetings. To date only a handful of American politicians, including Congressman Tom Tancredo, are standing tough against the steady advance of the NAU.
The timeline on the NAU goes all the way back to 1921 when the Council on Foreign Relations was founded by Edward Mandell House, former chief advisor of President Woodrow Wilson and fast forwards to May 29-25, 2007 to the North American Forum on Integration (NAFI) Triumvirate to be held in Washington, D.C. "The Triumvirate is a unique parliamentary exercise that annually brings together a hundred university students from Canada, Mexico and the United States, in order to simulate, during five days, a parliamentary meeting between North American national and sub-national parliamentarians, joined by journalists and lobbyists." One of the main objectives is "To develop their sense of a North American identity."
Then on Sept. 28-30, 2007 it's the North American Regional Meeting of the Trilateral Commission in Cancun, Mexico.
But nothing brings the NAU into perspective like Debra Niwa's The Emerging North American Union (NAU), which you can read, in full (www.channelingreality.com/NAU/NAU_Timeline.pdf) here.
Caution: After reading it, you may never look at politics in the same way again.
Canada Free Press founding editor Most recent by Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years experience in the print media. Her work has appeared on Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, Glenn Beck. Judi can be reached at: [email protected]