A Secretive Push for the North American Union
by Rita Armstrong The Daily Star November 9, 2007
Letters to the Editor
Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America Summit in Cancun
In August, President Bush, Canadian Prime Minister Harper and Mexican President Calderone met in Canada to review progress toward the "North American Union." The meeting was not publicized, and Canadians were unable to get any significant information.
On July 10, Canadian journalism Linda McQuaig had warned that the elites pushing "NAU" were becoming more stealthy. (The Toronto Star.)
Patrick Buchanan reported recently, at a press conference after the summit, Bush mocked the "North American Merger" as a fantasy of conspiracy theorists.
On Sept. 2, President Calderone, in an address at the Mexican National Palace, stated, "Where there is a Mexican, there is Mexico." His audience cheered wildly.
This was ignored by the United States.
Buchanan wonders if Bush is aware of what President Fox laid out in Madrid (2002) as a long-term Mexican strategy?
"Our long-term objective is to establish ... with the United States, connections similar to the European Union to obtain; freedom of movement of capital, goods, services and persons."
Fox is talking about erasure of borders. Mexican presidents are going public because they have the American establishment on their side and know the "gringos" can't stop it.
On Sept. 11, Congressman Ron Paul, a Republican, addressed students and professors at Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. Paul was asked about the August Canadian summit and the NAFTA superhighway, derided as a conspiracy theory at a press conference.
"NAFTA's superhighway," said Paul, "is just one part of the plan to erase the borders between the U.S. and Mexico, called the `North American Union.' This spawn of powerful special interests would create a single nation out of Canada, the U.S. and Mexico with a new unelected bureaucracy and money system."
Source: The Daily Star