(3 comments) SHARE Monday, December 12, 2011 The Pretext for a North American Homeland Security Perimeter
A North American Homeland Security perimeter goes well beyond keeping people safe from any perceived threats. It is a means to secure trade, resources, as well as corporate interests and is a pretext for control over the continent. Ultimately, the U.S. wants the final say on who is allowed to enter and who is allowed to leave.
SHARE Tuesday, October 16, 2007 Setting The Stage For a North American Union Currency
Abandoning the dollar will be very unpopular with many Americans, but as it continues its painful collapse and becomes weaker, arguments for a regional currency will only be further bolstered. The amero will mean the end of our financial sovereignty, and will further undermine America's ability to control its own economic independence.
(9 comments) SHARE Monday, December 17, 2007 Disarming of the Population and the Tyranny of Gun Control
It is a fact that the state is the leading cause of unnatural death. An armed citizenry remains an obstacle and a threat to the New World Order's agenda and its power monopoly. We need to restore and protect the Second Amendment and support gun rights. This is not a privilege, and the right to bear arms not only protects citizens and their property, but acts as a deterrent to government tyranny.
(6 comments) SHARE Thursday, February 26, 2009 Farmers Call For NAFTA Reforms
Just as there are calls to reform energy, investment, labour and environmental provisions of NAFTA, many are also demanding changes to agricultural clauses found in the agreement.
(1 comments) SHARE Monday, November 26, 2007 Fake News and Propaganda: Shaping Our Reality
It is clear that we can no longer trust the mainstream media to hold the government accountable. We would probably all be amazed by how much propaganda is being passed off as news. It is quite obvious that those at the top of the power structure and their puppets wish to shape our reality.
(1 comments) SHARE Thursday, April 2, 2009 Defending Canadian Arctic Sovereignty
Canada must defend its sovereignty beyond military means. The militarization of the Arctic could serve to only heighten tensions in the area. Canada must reaffirm its sovereignty in the north with a strategy that includes diplomacy, science, geological mapping, as well as economic and social development in the region.
(2 comments) SHARE Saturday, March 7, 2009 The United Nations: Our Children's New Parents?
Through its various agencies and treaties, the United Nations seeks to undermine individual, as well as national sovereignty. The UN has a horrible record of protecting human rights around the world and the U.S ratifying the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) will not change that.
(2 comments) SHARE Monday, October 12, 2009 Police State Canada 2010 and the Dark Side of the Olympics
Security measures at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games will be an indication of what to expect at other upcoming events. In June of the same year, Canada will host the G8 as well as the G20 Summits. Both will attract their share of protests. The 2010 Olympics will be a hellhole of police state measures with far-reaching effects that could remain in place long after the Games are finished.
(1 comments) SHARE Saturday, September 24, 2011 U.S.-Canada Perimeter Security and the Consolidation of North America
There is no reason to trust that our governments will strike any kind of balance between security and freedom. That is why it is imperative that we demand more transparency and input. With a joint action plan expected to be released soon, it is my hope that Canadians and Americans will reject any perimeter security deal that reduces privacy rights and further puts our sovereignty at risk.
(8 comments) SHARE Saturday, August 18, 2007 The Aspartame Cover-Up?
Many people now associate some of their health issues as a direct result of aspartame poisoning. The aspartame controversy isn't over, as some continue to claim that it is safe, while others warn of its dangers. In the end, the use of aspartame becomes a personal issue.
(2 comments) SHARE Sunday, June 21, 2009 U.S.-Canada Border Security and Military Integration
Under the pretext of the war on terror and through initiatives such as the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP), as well as other commitments, there has been an ongoing effort to further harmonize North American security priorities. The militarization of the continent, along with U.S.-Canada integration is taking place in areas of law enforcement, border services and the armed forces.
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, September 30, 2009 U.S.-Canada Regional Economic and Energy Integration
North American integration continues on many different fronts and this includes at a state and provincial level. The current global financial crisis has placed more focus on finding collaborative regional approaches to economic and energy issues. Large energy corridors will expand U.S.-Canada shared strategic objectives in energy supply and energy security.
(6 comments) SHARE Friday, January 23, 2009 Free Trade: Passing The Baton to Obama
The global elite have passed the baton to Obama and he will carry on with amnesty, free trade, open borders, a North American Union agenda and the push towards world governance.
(18 comments) SHARE Saturday, September 1, 2007 Towards A One World Religion
In order to ever realize the creation of a one world government, it only makes sense that there would need to be a one world religion. It will be much easier to control us if we are all the same, therefore there is a push for the globalization of religion. Many believe that peace can only be achieved by uniting the world under one umbrella.
(4 comments) SHARE Tuesday, February 26, 2008 Local British Columbia Council Passes Motion to Halt SPP
It is at a local, municipal, state, and provincial level where we might be most effective in further engaging the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) of North America. It will take a coming together of concerned and informed citizens on both the left and the right if we are going to truly defeat the North American Union.
(1 comments) SHARE Saturday, September 18, 2010 Expanding U.S.-Canada Security and Economic Partnership
In recent years, U.S.-Canada border issues have been overshadowed by concerns surrounding illegal immigration and drug violence on the southern border. Earlier this summer, both countries agreed to work towards a more joint approach to border security aimed at addressing common threats and promoting economic cooperation.
(2 comments) SHARE Saturday, April 16, 2011 U.S. Dictating North American Air Travel Security
Bill C-42 is a key component of the North American security perimeter. It is another example of how Canada is being further pressured to adopt U.S. security standards. In many cases, the Department of Homeland Security will now have the final say on who is allowed to travel to and from Canada.
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, October 26, 2007 HPV Vaccine When Profits Come Before Safety
Gardasil is based on fear-mongering and distortions, with many adverse effects which threaten our children.
Parents must be better educated in order to make informed decisions, but ultimately the HPV vaccine is a matter of parental and individual choice, and in no way should it be mandated by the government.
(1 comments) SHARE Monday, August 10, 2009 Towards a North American Energy Corridor
As a result of NAFTA, North America is already a well-integrated energy market with Canada and Mexico among the U.S.'s top energy trading partners. Through the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP), the North American Energy Working Group has further integrated a continental energy strategy. Other initiatives are also pushing towards a single North American energy policy.
SHARE Thursday, March 12, 2009 Ending NAFTA Inspired Trucking Program Could Spark Retaliation
Ending the trucking program could strain relations with Mexico and spark trade retaliation. Many oppose the program because of safety, security and environmental concerns. There are reports that the Obama administration may try to implement their own program in order to better respect NAFTA obligations. In light of the growing drug cartel violence in Mexico, further securing the border should be a national security priority.
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, February 4, 2009 Trade Wars: The Rise of Protectionism?
U.S. trading partners have expressed concern that any move towards protectionism could spread and spark trade wars that could further worsen the economic crisis.
(4 comments) SHARE Friday, June 20, 2008 Bill C-51, Codex and the SPP
Through the SPP Canada, the U.S., and Mexico are already busy harmonizing food and drug regulations into a North American Union structure. Some have suggested that Bill C-51 would also bring Canadian law into compliance with the Codex Alimentarius Commission. This Bill should be rejected on the grounds that it threatens the ability of Canadians to choose alternative health products and treatments.
(3 comments) SHARE Friday, April 24, 2009 The IMF: Raping The World, One Poor Nation at a Time
There exists a double standard which allows richer countries to use fiscal expansion in the face of recession while poorer nations are forced into stricter economic restraints. Under the guise of helping economic distraught countries, the IMF is really bailing out foreign investors and multinational corporations. They have further fueled chaos and instability in some of the poorest regions in the world.
(13 comments) SHARE Monday, November 5, 2007 Ron Paul: Leader of the Pack
Ron Paul isn't leading in the polls, but he is leading in the enthusiasm his grassroots campaign is generating. The establishment GOP hacks, fake conservatives, and Republican presidential candidates are all feeling the heat from the Ron Paul machine.
(2 comments) SHARE Thursday, May 27, 2010 The Toronto G20 Police State Crackdown
It appears as if the G20 summit in Toronto is shaping up to be a showdown between anarchists and police. In many ways, the security operations are a sideshow designed to serve as a distraction. Any violence and mayhem before or during the meetings plays right into the globalists hands and will be used to justify a police state crackdown.
(2 comments) SHARE Friday, January 29, 2010 The War on Terrorism and the Countdown to the 2010 Olympics
Whether or not you buy into the whole war on terrorism, it is being used to launch wars of aggression and further expand the American empire. It is also very much intertwined with the whole process of deep North American integration and plans for a continental security perimeter.
(1 comments) SHARE Thursday, December 4, 2008 What Would a Coalition Government Mean for NAFTA and the SPP?
Many see a coalition government as an opportunity to have a functional parliament, which could serve to curb the apathy that many Canadians feel towards their politicians. It could also be used to further press for renegotiating NAFTA, and could finally lead to a parliamentary debate on the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP)of North America.
SHARE Friday, September 12, 2008 Protecting Canada's Fresh Water
A party that is able to take on the mantle of protecting Canadian sovereignty and its resources and excludes the usual anti-Americanism, could boost their fortunes in the upcoming Canadian elections on October 14.
(4 comments) SHARE Friday, February 12, 2010 A New Generation of North American Citizens
The ideology of globalization is deeply embedded in the corporate structure, mass media, government, as well as in the whole educational system. Together they are working to shape the minds of the next generation. Students at all levels are being indoctrinated to conform to universal values and standards. Under a new global order, there is no room for nationalism or individuality.
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, January 13, 2010 A North American Security Perimeter On The Horizon
A major part of the U.S. security agenda already includes the defense of North America. A full blown security zone poses a serious threat to our sovereignty and would mean the loss of more civil liberties. We are well on the way towards a North American security perimeter where trade and investment will be able to roam freely, while we are all forced to endure new security practices dominated by U.S. interests.
SHARE Wednesday, May 13, 2009 The SPP: Three's Company or Three's a Crowd?
In the last year, there has been little mention of the SPP. A battle appears to be brewing as to the next course of action to take in regards to continental integration. Some would like to see more focus placed on Canada-U.S. bilateralism while others believe that trilateralism should always be the way to go. The global elite pushing for deeper integration, will take a North American Union any which way they can.
(2 comments) SHARE Sunday, May 31, 2009 NAIS: Farmers and Ranchers Under Attack
The National Animal Identification System (NAIS) does nothing to improve food safety for consumers or prevent animal diseases. If it were to be fully implemented and become mandatory, it would threaten the livelihoods of many small farmers and ranchers. It is costly, intrusive and would further globalize our food system. It is yet another way to squeeze out small family farmers and further monopolize America's food production.
(2 comments) SHARE Friday, October 8, 2010 U.S. Economic, Political and Military Expansion in Asia-Pacific Region
The U.S. is stepping up efforts to gain more influence in Asia-Pacific through participation in more regional institutions and negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal. U.S. foreign policy seeks to shape the future of the region in an attempt to dominate economic, political and security issues.
(1 comments) SHARE Saturday, April 30, 2011 North American Perimeter Security and the Militarization of the Northern Border
With the release of a U.S. Congressional report that found only a small fraction of the border with Canada was being adequately monitored, there is now more focus being placed on the northern border. As a result of increased scrutiny, there are efforts to militarize and expand surveillance on the Canada-U.S. border.
(2 comments) SHARE Thursday, July 10, 2008 NAFTA and SPP, Securing U.S. Access to Canadian Resources
Some believe that a North American Union will bring security and prosperity to the region, but it is really a system of control. It is designed to breakdown national sovereignty, further consolidate wealth, and suck dry the resources of Canada and Mexico.
SHARE Tuesday, September 8, 2009 Expanding the Pathways to Prosperity in the Americas
The Pathways to Prosperity in the Americas was first launched by the Bush administration in September of 2008 in an effort to further deepen existing economic partnerships in the region. Many speculated that it was a last ditch effort by Bush to resurrect a revised version of the failed Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA). The Obama administration is now set to re-launch and expand the PPA.
(1 comments) SHARE Tuesday, April 5, 2011 Canada-U.S. Deep Integration Agenda Continues Unabated
Negotiations on a Canada-U.S. trade and security agreement have sparked privacy concerns, along with fears that sovereignty could be sacrificed. The reality is that in Canada, whether it's the Conservative or Liberal party holding the reigns of power and in the U.S., a Democrat or Republican in the White House, deep North American integration continues unabated.
(1 comments) SHARE Thursday, August 7, 2008 NAFTA Inspired Trucking Program Rolls On
Allowing Mexican long haul trucks full access to U.S. roadways is a component and commitment of NAFTA. This pilot program is seen as a first step in enacting this provision of the agreement. It is designed to further open the borders and facilitate the freer flow of goods and services.
(6 comments) SHARE Saturday, February 21, 2009 Deeper North American Integration Still in the Cards
There are fears that under an Obama presidency that many on the left will go to sleep, now that Bush is out of office. This includes in Canada, where the left have been instrumental in exposing the SPP and fighting deeper integration into a North American Union.
(1 comments) SHARE Thursday, April 29, 2010 Police State Canada 2010 and the G20 Summit
The G20 summit will be held on June 26-27 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. It will be the largest security operation in Canadian history exceeding the Vancouver Winter Olympics. Events such as the G20 have become a testing ground for new police state measures and a trial run for a military style occupation. In June, downtown Toronto will essentially be on lockdown with rights and liberties severely restricted.
(3 comments) SHARE Monday, November 19, 2007 Internet UNder Attack
The United Nations control freaks seek to micro-manage all aspects of our lives, and this includes the Internet. This would mean the end of free speech on the web, and any site that criticizes the government. The days of the Internet as we now know it are numbered.
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, October 3, 2008 Spreading NAFTA's Love Across The Atlantic
The global elite, pushing for world government, are using the current financial turmoil to acquire more wealth and power. Economic uncertainty could also be used to usher in a North American Union with its own currency. A Canada-EU trade deal is yet another incremental step towards global governance.
(4 comments) SHARE Thursday, July 24, 2008 Privatization of Mexican Oil Will Advance SPP Objectives
There is a swell of national sentiment spreading across the country as the majority of Mexicans wish to retain control of one of their last symbols of sovereignty. A North American Union will be a hard sell as much of the population has woken up to the evils of globalization and are prepared to take action to stop it.
(1 comments) SHARE Monday, December 13, 2010 Towards a North American Security Perimeter
There are numerous reports circulating that Canada and the U.S. are secretly negotiating a security and trade deal which could be signed as early as January 2011. The proposed agreement would establish a security perimeter as a means to better secure North America and stimulate trade. Various bilateral initiatives have allowed the two countries to incrementally move towards creating a common security perimeter.
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, October 21, 2009 Lawsuit Would Further Expose Secretive SPP Agenda
If a lawsuit brought forth by Judicial Watch, a U.S. public interest firm is successful, it would further expose the SPP and show how groups such as the North American Competitiveness Council (NACC) relate inside the whole trilateral process.
(3 comments) SHARE Saturday, January 17, 2009 Globalization: The Long and Winding Road
Globalization has meant sacrificing self-sufficiency, sovereignty and independence for foreign dependency which can only lead to economic enslavement.
(2 comments) SHARE Saturday, October 11, 2008 Chapter 11 of NAFTA Remains a Threat to National Sovereignty
NAFTA continues to undermine our democracy and breakdown national sovereignty and was a monumental step towards continental integration. Chapter 11 of the agreement has been the source of much discontent and is a prime example of why so many believe that NAFTA must be re-negotiated.
SHARE Wednesday, August 25, 2010 NORAD-Russian Joint Air Drill, Bomber Incursions and Canada's F-35 Jet Purchase
NORAD and the Russian Federation Air Force conducted a cooperative air defense exercise from August 8-11 that focused on combating terrorism.
Vigilant Eagle was hailed as a milestone exercise between the Cold War era rivals. It included Russian, U.S., along with Canadian Air Force personnel operating from command centers inside Russia and the United States directing fighter jets, as well as civilian air traffic controllers.
(1 comments) SHARE Sunday, July 4, 2010 Future U.S.-Canada Joint Arctic Security and Control
The Arctic's vast untapped oil, natural gas and mineral resources represent a tremendous economic potential, but control of the region is also important from a strategic standpoint. Enhanced security collaboration between U.S-Canada and other northern allies is an essential part of America's Arctic strategy. The scramble for resources and the further militarization of the far North make it a potential flashpoint for conflict.
SHARE Saturday, January 15, 2011 From NAFTA to CETA: Canada-EU Deep Economic Integration
Canada and the EU have already held five rounds of negotiations towards a Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) which will go beyond NAFTA. As talks enter their final crucial stages, there are growing concerns over the threat CETA poses to Canadian sovereignty. Coupled with the financial turmoil sweeping Europe, deep economic integration with the EU could prove disastrous.
SHARE Tuesday, July 28, 2009 Leaders' Summit on North American Relations Held in June
Unbeknownst to many, the Leaders' Summit on North American Relations was held in Quebec in June of this year. It represents yet another facet of North American integration. This should not be confused with the upcoming North American Leaders' Summit which is scheduled to take place in Mexico on August 9-10. It is also being reported that the SPP has been dismantled, but some working groups will live on.
(3 comments) SHARE Sunday, November 13, 2011 North American Integration And The Ties That Bind
After a two year hiatus, the leaders of the U.S., Canada and Mexico are set to meet for a trilateral summit. When it comes to continental integration, much of the focus has shifted to greater convergence bilaterally which over time could move back to a more trilateral approach. There is an overwhelming sense that one way or another, the U.S. is going to get a North American security perimeter on their own terms.
(3 comments) SHARE Friday, June 13, 2008 President Obama Won't Change NAFTA
What is really worrisome is that you don't hear Obama, or McCain for that matter, talking about preserving the constitution or protecting American sovereignty. The reality is that NAFTA will remain intact, and the push towards a North American Union and global governance will continue.
(1 comments) SHARE Monday, January 31, 2011 Deepening Canada-U.S. Security and Military Ties
A recent meeting between Canada's Minster of Defense and the U.S. Secretary of Defense further deepened bilateral security and military ties. The talks were also significant considering that Canada and the U.S. are currently negotiating an agreement that would work towards establishing a perimeter approach to security.
SHARE Wednesday, November 26, 2008 Advancing Continental, Regional, and Global Trade
Globalization is being hailed as a way to boast the world's economic woes, despite the fact that this ideology has created many other problems in the process. Under the guise of free trade, access to strategic territory and natural resources is being achieved, and Canadian trade deals could be used to further promote U.S interests around the globe.
(1 comments) SHARE Tuesday, February 8, 2011 A North American Security Perimeter Threatens National Sovereignty
President Obama and Prime Minister Harper have officially launched negotiations on a trade and security agreement which would take Canada-U.S.integration to the next level. A declaration issued by the leaders follows months of secret preliminary talks. The deal would work towards facilitating the movement of travel and trade across the northern border. This includes pursuing a perimeter approach to security.
(2 comments) SHARE Thursday, October 13, 2011 Canada Pursues U.S.-Style Security and Foreign Policy
While in the past Canada has exercised a more independent foreign policy, in many ways, it has now succumbed to the imperialistic aspirations of the U.S. and NATO. The war in Afghanistan and the continued bombing in Libya have demonstrated Canada's willingness to use military force to advance foreign policy.
(1 comments) SHARE Saturday, July 4, 2009 North American Integration: Deep-Rooted Agenda Continues
North American integration is a deep-rooted agenda that continues on many different fronts. This has not changed under an Obama administration. The fifth annual North American Leaders Summit is set to take place August 8-11 in Mexico. This could be used as an opportunity to revive stalled SPP measures and launch a new strategy that would further build off past continental integration initiatives.
SHARE Friday, November 26, 2010 NATO Arctic Security and Canadian Sovereignty in the Far North
Arctic nations continue to assert their sovereignty through military means. Rising tensions could further escalate the militarization of the region. While the process to resolve territorial disputes and the competition to secure resources has thus far been peaceful, there is still the threat of a future armed confrontation in the Arctic.
(3 comments) SHARE Saturday, September 27, 2008 Corporate Takeover of Canada
It is not just the takeover of Canada, trade deals such as NAFTA have also allowed corporations to go more global in their quest for increased profits. It is obvious that Harper fully embraces the principles of globalization, and with him as Prime Minister, the corporate takeover of Canada will only continue.
SHARE Thursday, December 2, 2010 Canada Surrenders Sovereignty and Privacy to U.S. Secure Flight Program
Canada is under pressure from U.S. officials to further comply with American security rules which in some cases, threatens its sovereignty and the privacy of its citizens. As a result of the war on terrorism, the U.S. government now has more power to restrict air travel and is not only dictating North American, but also international security measures.
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, April 10, 2009 Jekyll & Hyde Obama: Protectionist or Free Trader?
Obama has taken money that could have been used to stimulate the real economy and instead has given it to the bankers. He is not looking out for the best interests of American workers, the poor or the middle class. This is a Wall Street takeover. Obama is of the bankers, by the bankers and for the bankers. He is a tool of the global elite and giving him labels only serves to provide him with cover.
SHARE Tuesday, May 20, 2008 Oklahoma Recalls Bill That Would Have Facilitated NAFTA Superhighway
The Oklahoma State Senate voted to recall a bill that would have further facilitated plans for a superhighway to run through the state. The NAFTA Superhighway is to run from the Mexican border to Canada and is the necessary infrastructure needed for the creation of a North American Union.
(4 comments) SHARE Saturday, June 12, 2010 Strengthening NAFTA Ties and the Push Towards a Common Security Front
Mexican President Felipe Calderón used his recent visits to the U.S. and Canada to boost NAFTA relations. Mexico's drug war is serving as a catalyst for more North American cooperation and integration in areas of border security, law enforcement and the military which is further pushing the NAFTA partnership into a common security front.
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, December 2, 2009 Building Blocks Towards an Asia-Pacific Union
On his recent Asian trip, President Obama emphasized the need to strengthen old alliances as well as build new partnerships in the region. He appears to have recommitted to the principles of globalization and announced that America would join negotiations for a Trans-Pacific trade deal. This could be used as a stepping stone for a Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific.
SHARE Wednesday, December 29, 2010 North American Integration Back on the Front Burner
In the last year, the U.S. has channelled many of the the Security and Prosperity Partnership's (SPP) trilateral negotiations to parallel bilateral discussions with both Canada and Mexico. Recent reports of a Canada-U.S. security and trade agreement has once again highlighted the whole process of deep continental integration. The U.S. is formulating a strategy with the aim of implementing a North American security perimeter.
SHARE Saturday, November 1, 2008 TILMA Expands on NAFTA
TILMA has been referred to as a Bill of Rights for corporations. Much like NAFTA, it is designed to ensure corporate profits and further advance continental integration. The power of the people and government is being transferred to unelected bureaucrats who serve and answer only to their corporate masters.
SHARE Monday, November 9, 2009 Passing on the Mantle of Deep North American Integration
With the demise of the SPP, other trilateral initiatives are passing on the mantle of deep North American integration. All the talk of renegotiating NAFTA appears to have revived the 15 year old trade accord. This could lead to NAFTA's expansion into a North American Union and might serve to further spread its failed model to other parts of the Western Hemisphere.
SHARE Monday, March 7, 2011 Perimeter Security and the Future of North American Integration
Out of the ashes of the defunt SPP, the U.S. has pursued simultaneous bilateral agendas with both Canada and Mexico, in an effort to further deepen North American economic and security integration. While the NAFTA framework remains intact, a recent announcement by Canada and the U.S. to work towards a trade and security perimeter agreement without Mexico, has some questioning the future of the whole trilateral process.
(1 comments) SHARE Sunday, September 9, 2007 The National Animal Identification System is a Bad Idea
The National Animal Identification System (NAIS) is a huge federal program that would require farmers and ranchers to tag their animals with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags. It is yet another way to squeeze out small independent farms and monopolize America's food production supply.
SHARE Wednesday, May 18, 2011 The Push for a Single Unified North American Regulatory Regime
A North American security perimeter goes well beyond keeping the U.S. safe from any perceived threats. It is a means to secure trade, resources and corporate interests. Much like the whole deep integration agenda, regulatory harmonization is taking incremental steps with the goal of achieving a single unified North American regulatory regime.
(1 comments) SHARE Thursday, April 24, 2008 Colombia FTA Based on Failed NAFTA Model
The Colombia FTA is part of the destructive cycle of other trade deals that have sacrificed more then they have gained. It will be used as a stepping stone to the FTAA and the creation of a Pan-American Union.
SHARE Thursday, September 1, 2011 Advancing U.S.-Canada Economic, Energy and Security Integration
Canada has already enacted many U.S. security measures. As part of a continental security perimeter arrangement, Canada could be forced to comply with any new U.S. requirements, regardless of the risks they may pose to privacy and civil liberties.
SHARE Tuesday, March 15, 2011 Expanding U.S.-Mexico Economic and Security Cooperation
There were growing concerns over drug violence prior to the recent U.S.-Mexico summit, along with other issues which have been a source of friction between the two countries. Despite any perceived tension, both leaders showcased their bilateral partnership and vowed to enhance collaboration. They focused on immigration, along with economic issues and agreed to further deepen their cooperation in combating drug cartels.
(6 comments) SHARE Saturday, March 1, 2008 Ron Paul Revolution: Let's Finish What We Started
We stand on the threshold of change, and by continuing to plant seeds we will win over more hearts and minds. Together we can and will take back this country - one district, one county, one city, one state, and one mind at a time. Thank you Ron Paul and supporters for giving America hope. Now let's finish what we started.
SHARE Friday, April 2, 2010 Advancing the Transatlantic Agenda
The Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement currently being negotiated appears to be based on the flawed NAFTA model. Negotiations are proceeding quickly which could lead to a deal being signed by 2011. A Canada-EU CETA could be used to expand NAFTA, strengthen U.S.-EU economic relations and further advance the transatlantic agenda.
SHARE Tuesday, August 21, 2007 Where's the Earth Live Concert to Draw Attention to the Dying Bees?
Many assumptions from those in the environmental movement are shaping our future as some in these groups wish to radically alter our very existence with the goal of social engineering. There is little doubt that we have done harm to our planet, but when faced with an environmental issue like bees dying around the globe, where is the outcry? Perhaps saving the bees will one day be seen as a cool and a trendy cause.
(13 comments) SHARE Friday, September 28, 2007 America According to Ron Paul
Ron Paul isn't an establishment type, and unlike other politicians, he doesn't wish to further control our lives. America according to Ron Paul would be a safer, freer, more independent, and more liked nation around the world.
(18 comments) SHARE Saturday, January 5, 2008 If Ron Paul Loses, We Still Win
Win or lose, Ron Paul and his supporters have changed the rules and the political landscape forever. Ron Paul's message, his dream, his passion and his legacy will live on.
(4 comments) SHARE Thursday, August 16, 2007 Defeating The North American Union Monster
The plan to integrate the U.S., Canada, and Mexico into a North American Union continues without any oversight or mandate from the people. One of our greatest obstacles remains waking up and motivating the dumbed-downed masses to take action. When we do defeat the North American Union monster, all the traitors will be exposed and tried accordingly.
SHARE Tuesday, March 16, 2010 Pacific North American Regional Integration and Control
U.S.-Canadian state and provincial integration is being achieved in areas of transportation, the economy, energy and the environment. A North American climate change strategy is moving forward which includes more emphasis being placed at a regional and local level. Under the guise of safeguarding the environment, many solutions being offered are in the form of more taxes and more control over our lives.
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, March 6, 2009 Expanding Canadian Trade Horizons
It is clear that Canada must lessen its dependency on the U.S., but if future free trade deals are based on the failed NAFTA model, they could prove costly. A steady diet of globalization is being offered as a solution to Canada's economic woes. While there is a need to expand Canadian trade horizons, at the same time there is a push for further North American economic integration.
(1 comments) SHARE Monday, November 12, 2007 Raping American Sovereignty and a North American Union
The result of globalization has meant that we have exchanged self-sufficiency, independence, and sovereignty for dependency. The attack on our democracy continues, and the raping of American sovereignty has left it a shadow of its former self. We are losing our ability to control our own destiny.
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, December 16, 2009 Police State Canada 2010 and the Olympic Crackdown
In advance of the 2010 Winter Olympics, critics of the Games have been subjected to surveillance, harassment, along with other intimidation tactics. The giant security apparatus being assembled has translated into many police state measures which are being used to suppress free speech. Voicing opposition to the Olympics appears to be all that is needed for one to be labeled as a security threat.
SHARE Friday, August 29, 2008 Canada Needs a National Water Policy That Bans Bulk Water Exports
Forget about renegotiating, get out of NAFTA- it is so badly flawed. At the same time get rid of the SPP, which would be another stake in the heart for plans to create a North American Union. Failure to do so could result in Canada becoming nothing more than a resource colony.
(14 comments) SHARE Tuesday, January 15, 2008 Ron Paul is the Real Candidate for Change, Not Barack Obama
Ron Paul is shattering the fake left-right paradigm. He is the real candidate for change. The truth is that behind all the rhetoric, Obama represents the status quo, and there is very little difference between himself and Hillary Clinton.
SHARE Friday, May 30, 2008 Plan Mexico Tied to SPP
Plan Mexico is tied to the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) and the continued integration of the U.S., Canada and Mexico into a North American Union.
SHARE Sunday, August 23, 2009 Environmental Concerns Advancing North American Integration
The SPP has essentially been rendered inactive, yet many of its key priorities such as energy integration were part of the agenda at the recent North American Leaders' Summit held in Guadalajara, Mexico on Aug 9-10. Environmental concerns are being used to further advance North American integration and the U.S., Canada and Mexico have committed to a more continental approach in combating climate change.
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, September 19, 2007 The Not so Super NAFTA Highway
The NAFTA Superhighway is the necessary infrastructure needed for the creation of a North American Union. It will serve as a highway for cheap Chinese goods and cheap labor from Mexico and Latin America.
SHARE Wednesday, September 5, 2007 Mexican Trucking Program Tied to North American Union
Mexican long haul trucks being granted full access to U.S. roads under a demonstration program is part of the NAFTA commitment. It is also part of a bigger agenda which includes the construction of a superhighway and the creation of a North American Union. It's about reducing costs and increasing profits for the global elite and multinational corporations at the expense of our middle class, safety, security, and sovereignty.
(3 comments) SHARE Tuesday, January 22, 2008 Rudy Giuliani's Losing Ways Continue Against Ron Paul
What do Rudy Giuliani and Ron Paul have in common? Neither has won a primary or caucus, the difference being that Giuliani was expected to challenge and even win the Republican nomination while Paul has been labeled as a fringe candidate with no chance of winning.
(2 comments) SHARE Friday, August 24, 2007 SPP Summit Hangover The North American Union Agenda Continues
The Security and Prosperity Partnership summit has come and gone, and for many it was the first time they had heard of the SPP or a North American Union. The enemies of freedom, sovereignty, and national independence are many, but by defeating the North American Union, it will go a long way in trying to reverse the destructive cycle of globalization.
(1 comments) SHARE Saturday, April 19, 2008 Saving and Expanding the SPP
The SPP has been a public relation's nightmare and is unraveling. It may have outlived its usefulness under its current structure. Still, many wish to save, expand, and continue to use it as a vehicle to further advance a North American Union.
SHARE Thursday, May 1, 2008 Big Business, BIG Winner at SPP Summit
The besieged Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) of North America received a renewed commitment from all three NAFTA leaders at the recent summit in New Orleans. This is a much needed boast for the North American Union agenda that is seen as widely unpopular. The latest SPP Summit reaffirmed that corporate interests will continue to further dominate this process.
SHARE Tuesday, March 17, 2009 Will The SPP Rise Again?
The SPP might have outlived its usefulness under its current name, but it is doubtful that multinational business elites are about to abandon it entirely, unless there is something to replace it. This agenda has at least publicly been placed on the back burner, especially given the current economic climate, but the SPP will rise again in one form or another.
SHARE Friday, August 24, 2007 The Continued Assault On Our Health Freedoms
There is little doubt that the FDA bends over backwards for Big Pharma, with the two working hand in hand. The pharamaceutical industry is quite aware that some natural medicines and therapies are more effective then their own drugs. It is imperative that we speak out against any plan to limit or ban vitamins, herbs, and minerals. We must preserve our health freedoms and save more lives.
SHARE Wednesday, July 25, 2007 No Security, Prosperity or Sovereignty for Canada in a North American Union
Much of Canada's sovereignty has already been eroded, but a North American Union would be the final nail in the coffin for an independent nation. There will be no security, prosperity (only for a select few) or sovereignty for Canada in a North American Union. the Canadian Action Party may serve as a real alternative and play a big role in defeating the NAU and preserving an independent Canada for future generations to come.
SHARE Friday, August 1, 2008 NAU: Wanted Dead or Alive
By all accounts, the SPP might have outlived its usefulness, but this might just be a bump in the road towards a North American Union. A time is coming soon when we will have to make even greater sacrifices in the struggle to stop the New World Order.
SHARE Saturday, March 22, 2008 Leader of CAP Calls for Referendum and General Strike Regarding SPP
Connie Fogal the leader of the Canadian Action Party has called for a referendum and general strike in regards to the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP). Integration into a North American Union is already happening, but there is still time to stop it if we act now.
SHARE Thursday, October 11, 2007 Saving Canada From a North American Union
It will take the effort of countless individuals on both the left and right, grassroots organizations, and the help of organized labour to make this a core issue, but ultimately it will take dedication on the part of the NDP to defeat the NAU and save Canada.