Posted by: As I See It by Arnie | July 27, 2007

North American Union, a conspiracy theory, or…?

There have been numerous conspiracy theories in the past, there are some now and there will be more in the future. We are drawn to these theories as there seems to be an element of believability in all of them. It does not take much of a stretch of the imagination to see a conspiratorial trend taking place right before our eyes as some power brokers exert the power we suppose that they have, because, well, what else but, they are powerful and they appear to have the money to do it, and would use that fortune if given the chance. We so believe.

The New World Order. Consider the official Great Seal of the Unites States of America, which is most commonly seen on the back of the one the dollar bill, where beneath the ancient pyramid is the Latin phrase “Novus Ordo Seciorum” meaning A new order of the ages.

The Project for the New American Century. The insiders behind US government policy, including Vice-President Dick Cheney, and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, have openly declared their bold vision for “American world leadership”, a “global leadership” controlled by the White House.

The Illuminati. A new world order where diverse nations gather together in a common cause of peace and economic stability for all.

The United Nations has always been a breeding ground for conspiracy theories of a One World Government under their direction and control.  All for humanitarian reasons.   To care for the poor, the neglected, and the unfortunate around the world.   Rich western nations would benefit from the sacrifice of much higher taxes as the economies around the world are leveled.   So it has been about the UN.

Now there is much talk about the North American Union, a combined effort of Canada, the US and Mexico coming together for the purpose of increased security and economic prosperity among and for the three distinct nations. You may have heard about the SPP, The Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America. Below is the statement of President Bush on March 23, 2005

We, the elected leaders of Canada, Mexico, and the United States, gather in Texas to announce the establishment of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America. Over the past decade, our three nations have taken important steps to expand economic opportunity for our people and to create the most vibrant and dynamic trade relationship in the world. Since September 11, 2001, we have also taken significant new steps to address the threat of terrorism and to enhance the security of our people. More.

Jerome Corsi has written extensively on this subject. Here is one on 5/19/07. North American Union to replace USA?

The eagle forum.org has gathered together information about the NAU and keeps adding the latest.   This is the BEST single source for the latest and the past news about the thoughts about the North American Union.

Are we heading that way? It appears so. It could be. We know more about this theory now because of our advantage that was not available years ago, this tool right here, the Internet, the world wide web of endless information, where it is easy for anyone, where even just an average guy like myself can search and find in a matter of minutes articles on this or any subject. A tool easily used to view and read the actual documents pertaining to just about anything. It’s an advantage for us little people. Hopefully it can remain free and open.

Now concerning the NAU. These meetings are no longer being held secretly in cigar smoke filled rooms, but are taking place openly in resorts and government offices around the world and in front of everyone. Sure, some of these meetings are closed to reporters and what was discussed is kept between the parties, but, as with our feds, things like this don’t remain secret very long.   Someone will “leak” the notes.    Someone will personally benefit by leaking the news.   Reporters call it “anonymous’ sources protected by law.

We do know about the plans for that superduper highway from Laredo, Texas to Kansas City which is just now in the planning stages, and if ever it gets the OK from the States, localities and the feds, it will take decades to plan and build. I will be long gone, but my grandchildren could see it in their golden years.

So sit back and relax, grab another Pepsi or your other favorite beverage and pray for your grandchildren and their kids, as they are the ones who will be affected by all of this North America Unification the most. Is there a big security threat by bringing the US, Canada and Mexico together? Sure there is. But, we’ve been living side by side for centuries, so what’s all the fuss about? A big influx of Hispanics into the US, but so what. Our feds do not care about enforcing our own laws of immigration for sure, as a big influx of Hispanics is needed for economic reasons to do those jobs our own lazy well fed spoiled American kids don’t want to do. Are we afraid of losing our Anglo-Saxon heritage? Get over it, it’s over, it’s gone, been gone for a century, Multi-culturalism is here to stay. Multi-linguistic America has a good start as all federal and State forms must be in various languages. Press 1 for English is common and already a fact of life. That will not be changed. No way Hosea.

Even if enough pressure is put on the feds to fence and close the borders at the highly trafficked places, that also will take years, perhaps a decade or two to finish the project as millions of additional foreigners take the trip into Lollipop land. They never had it so good.

I’m not saying that we should ignore the efforts of some to bring about a NAU, but, there is one element that would be much more dangerous to our freedoms here in the US than the unification of Canada, the US and Mexico. And we cannot forget it. We cannot neglect it. We cannot minimize it. And my friends this is not a conspiracy theory. It is the infiltration of radical Islam. It’s happening right now, and these evil people are coming across our borders also. And that is the best argument for closing the borders right now. Whatever it takes. I pray and hope that my grandchildren do not have to live under sharia law, and that fifty years from now these United States have some semblance of our freedoms and opportunities that we enjoy today. The way things are going though, it’s doubtful. And that is a conspiracy under way.

The Hispanics are not a security threat to our peaceful law-abiding citizenship.

The Muslims are. And that is not a conspiracy theory.

And that’s as I see it.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Categories

%d bloggers like this: