The Washington Times confirms North American Union suspicions


Two-day Canadian summit: Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP)

This marks the third such meeting between President George W. Bush and the leaders of Canada and Mexico, “to consolidate our action into a North American framework.”

The Washington Times carries: Eroding Sovereignty by Frank Gaffney,.along with articles on the North American Union by Jon Ward.

Bush and his Mexican and Canadian counterparts are meeting to discuss the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, a scheme styled after the European Union.  Dr. Jerome Corsi, who has written extensively on the topic, appeared on Laura Ingraham’s radio program earlier this week to discuss the worrisome plan. Included in the Summit fact sheet are these confidence building portions: Myths and Facts and Enhancing the Global Competitiveness of North America.

Dr. Corsi writes: “[SPP] is an attempt to turn North America into something like the European Economic Community, which began with economic cooperation and expanded eventually to include a common market, and then a full-scale regional government replacing, in many ways, the governing powers of the member nations.”

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3 Responses to The Washington Times confirms North American Union suspicions

  1. Mr. Conservative says:

    How many times do I have to tell you that Jerome Corsi is not an economic conservative? Corsi loves labor unions, hates Wal-Mart & has no problems with uping the minimum wage ( I for one do not like the minimum wage & believe it to be a contributing factor to illegals working in this country as freely as they have been )…

    I’m starting to fear that one day I’m going to come here to this great blog and see something like this being taken serious… As you may have guessed by now, I’m not one who is much for consiracy theories ( from any side of the political spectrim ).

  2. John T. says:

    Mr. Conservative:
    Dr, Jerome Corsi is right on target on this topic. He is considered an authority by many national conservatives. This is not a “boogeyman under the bed” issue, as it is being sold to us by the Bush administration. Bush, whatever you think of him, is a globalist, not unlike his father. His judicial appointees appear to be solid and he is right on the war on terror, but he is wrong on immigration policy, national (in)security and sovereignty.

    His border vantage point stinks. There are plans for a united North America, similar to the European Republic, including changing the currency to the Amero, the counterpart to the Euro.
    Who would have thought that the European nations would have given up their sovereign currency? They did, with barely a whimper.

    Plans are in the works for a super highway linking Mexico, the US and Canada. It is all being sold as a means of being economically competitive with the EU. but it is much more insidious than that.

    Corsi is not alone in recognizing this insanity. Is Frank Gaffney unreliable? Did you read his article linked in the post above? Bush continues to be underhanded on the border and is duplicitous on the Security and Prosperity Partnership.

    Whether or not Corsi likes Walmart is beside the point. This is HUGE.

  3. Paul says:

    I’ve been reading about this for years. Bush previously met with Vincente Fox and Canadian President, Paul Martin. The U.S. will not benefit from this collusion. These plans are in the works, mostly in secrecy. If that sounds like a conspiracy theory to you, you need to get up to speed. This is serious business that will change the landscape of our country. I hope for more for my kids and–eventually, theirs.

    it’s great sport to call others names and consider them crazies. I have heard and read enough to regard this scheme with more than skepticism. I regard it with fear.
    So do others–including Republican radio and TV commentators and authors.