Monday, August 13, 2007

The Super Highway, North American Union, An Average American Patriot, Its not a conspiracy if there are already plans in place.

I apologize for the infrequent posts lately, I am starting to ramp it back up and welcome all of you to continue to comment or send me e-mail feedback. I also urge you to check out my newest Toledo blog for our IP/TV venture known as SGE Media Group/ G1NBC Toledo.

Here is a post from our last newsletter, we have not put out a newsletter in a while as we have been blogging frequently and working on other projects (G1NBC!). This has some of my initial research into the North American Union debate It outlines some fo the current research and old articles that outline definite beginnings of an Economic pact between Mexico, Canada and the United States, with one of the outcomes being a highway spanning from Texas to Detroit.

Well last week I was checking out some of my American Bloggers for Inclusive Debates websites and I came across a post from the Average Americam Patriot that outlines an article from the progressive/left The Nation concerning the current political state of the supposed North American Union and the NAFTA Superhighway.

I would suggest reading all of the links thoroughly to look at this interesting strategy. To me it is not a conspiracy as these are American Organizations and it seems to be a part of an overall strategy. As this is a sovereignty issue, it affects all of us, no matter what side of the political aisle we might fall.

1 comment:

John Wallace said...


The term FREE TRADE is usually defined as the absence of tariffs, quotas, or other governmental barriers to international trade. There is no doubt that some recent free trade agreements have not been very good for the American worker. On the other hand, the agreements have been great for the large multinational corporations, particularly those that have moved their manufacturing plants from the United States to China, Mexico and other low-wage countries where they can hire people there for a few dollars a week. These corporations can now produce their products without worrying about the costs of meeting OSHA requirements, providing employee health care or pensions for its workers and then they can bring their products back into the USA to sell. These products oftentimes are not made to the same quality standards as when they were produced in America and as recents incidents involving Chineese imports have shown, these products can pose health hazards to Americans as well.

The supporters of many free trade agreements, particularly the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), have always promised increased exports, better jobs and better wages. Under many of these free trade agreements, however, just the opposite has occurred. Under NAFTA, for example, the U.S. trade deficit has soared and now averages $55-65 Billion dollars per month; the U.S. has lost over a million manufacturing jobs and real wages in both the U.S. and Mexico have fallen significantly. In short, NAFTA has not been a friend to the citizenry of either the United States or Mexico.

In 2005, a new mechanism was created to speed the further expansion of the NAFTA free trade agreement into a North American Union. It is called the Strategic and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP)’ The SPP is designed to facilitate the establishment of a North America Union through the “economic integration” of the US, Mexico and Canada. The most important feature of the SPP is that it does not require congressional ratification or the passage of any federal legislation by the congress of the United States. This design places the negotiation fully within the authority of the executive branch in the United States. How else would Mexican truckers be able to begin operating in the USA over the objections of Congress, American truckers and most of the American people?

The people and their elected representatives in congress no longer seem to have a voice when it comes to international trade. This is definitely a national sovereignty issue. International trade issues that affect 300+ million Americans should be made by the people’s representatives in Congress, not by a handful of government bureaucrats and corporate elites who use their government connections to bypass congress and ignore our Constitution, which expressly grants Congress the sole authority to regulate international trade.
The goal of these international trade elite is to create an integrated North American Union, complete with a currency, a cross-national bureaucracy, and virtually borderless travel within the proposed Union. Like the European Union, a North American Union would represent another step toward the destruction of our national sovereignty. A free America, with limited, constitutional government, would just be a memory.

Not all free trade agreements are bad, but I believe that the United States of America must withdraw from any international agreements that infringe upon the freedom, sovereignty and independence of the American people.

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