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George W. Bush and the NAU

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Posted: Sunday, November 4, 2007 10:00 pm

It is an outrage that President Bush and his New World Order allies are taking steps to place our constitutional republic under the jurisdiction of a joint Mexican, Canadian and U.S. bureaucracy, possibly replace the U.S. dollar with an Amero similar to the European Union's euro, and construct a series of NAFTA Superhighways running from Mexico up through the U.S. to transport low-wage Red Chinese goods from Mexican ports and up America's East Coast to carry Chinese products transported through the Panama Canal.

Multinational corporations want the North American Union so they can drive down labor costs by gaining increased access to low-wage Mexican workers and slave labor subjects of China's totalitarian regime.

We are not alone. Already, close to 30 members of Congress have signed on to legislation to block the NAU. Our own Congressman Jerry McNerney is not one of them! You might ask him why not?

The proposed North American Union scheme is a serious threat to our nation's liberty and independence.

Eunice Friederich


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  • posted at 10:47 pm on Thu, Nov 8, 2007.


    I like cheap grapes. In the old days I couldn't afford them.

  • posted at 5:19 pm on Thu, Nov 8, 2007.


    Good news and Bad news. Good news first: McNerney voted "NAY" for the Peruvian Free Trade Agreement. Bad news second: It passed the house anyway. It was H.R. 3688, "United States-Peru Trade Promotion Agreement." I hope that people can join me in congratulating congressman McNerney to express our support for this vote. It is passed over to the Senate, and they have 15 days to respond. Please join me in contacting our senators to oppose it.

  • posted at 4:54 pm on Wed, Nov 7, 2007.


    These do affect the price of grapes. I can remember prices over 10 years ago, before NAFTA, my parents zinfandels went for $800 / ton, and they had 3 year contracts. Today, contracts are written on the day of picking, sometimes grapes are left hanging on the vine, and I think we all know the prices are less.

  • posted at 4:52 pm on Wed, Nov 7, 2007.


    World Trade Organization.

  • posted at 4:51 pm on Wed, Nov 7, 2007.


    All of the following contain the word "trade" in the title to deceive people into believing this is what they are about: Free Trade Area of the Americas (not adopted, but the granddaddy of all, encompassing all of the American continents), Central America Free Trade Agreement, Middle East Trade Agreement, and North American Free Trade Agreement. These were the basis for my opposition to congressman Pombo.

  • posted at 4:48 pm on Wed, Nov 7, 2007.


    In America, we can see parallelisms between the teachings of the French "dude," and the actual course that is happening in America. In the past decade, we have seen a series of "agreements" and treaties which are purported for the purpose of "trade," whereas they establish regional international governments, most notably with a court system to enforce its jurisdiction, and they link economics within the affected region. These all surrender a provision of Article I, Section 8 of the constitution, which instructs congress to regulate trade with foreign nations.

  • posted at 4:45 pm on Wed, Nov 7, 2007.


    Leonard: I wish that I saved a quotation on some French dude who headed-up the formation of the European Coal and Steel Community, and/or the Treaty of Rome. He was quoted as instructing his friends to tell the citizens that the formation of regional governments is about trade, whereas they have nothing to do with trade whatsoever. This guy was like the head teacher dude, giving marching orders to his people on how to establish a European Community. I was looking for this quote last month and couldn't find it.

  • posted at 4:40 pm on Wed, Nov 7, 2007.


    Leonard: I'm still digging for problems with law enforcement. I'm looking for anything I can find on American state or federal jurisdiction being lost to the NAU. At my next meeting with Eunice Friederich, I'll see if she can help me. Maybe you can contact your friend "Birchman" and see if he can get our meeting date and time.

  • posted at 4:35 pm on Wed, Nov 7, 2007.


    Leonard: This is not a credibility contest. I am here to report the truth, and if everybody believed what I wrote, there would be no reason for me to publish.

  • posted at 4:33 pm on Wed, Nov 7, 2007.


    Leonard: Some other people are very angry at me right now, and they are showing quite a bit more respect and perserverence than you.

  • posted at 12:32 pm on Wed, Nov 7, 2007.


    Sorry about that Daniel, the JFA thing was a cheap shot. You are absolutely right about globalization. We may disagree about whether it was thought up by Gay UN Martians or not but I think we both agree that it is bad for our country.

  • posted at 11:13 am on Wed, Nov 7, 2007.


    Danni: The reason McNerney's staff know your name is because you are on the watch list of potential crazies that the Secret Service keeps. They aren't interested in your opinions, they are just afraid that you will turn out to be a member of Jody Foster's Army.

  • posted at 8:36 am on Wed, Nov 7, 2007.


    Daniel: I even agree with you on some issues like "free" trade and globalization. My point was that your subscription to fringe politics and ridiculous conspiracy theories strips you of whatever credibility you might have had on other, more serious issues.

  • posted at 8:35 am on Wed, Nov 7, 2007.


    Danniel: Given your relationship with the Red Chinese, maybe he thinks you are a domestic enemy? I would easily say that I care a great deal more about the Constitution than you do.

  • posted at 8:16 am on Wed, Nov 7, 2007.


    Leonard: McNerney takes me seriously. His staff knows my name. McNerney has an oath of office to defend the US Constitution against domesetic enemies, and he looks at this problem the same way as you. You don't take the NAU seriously. You are care-free about the loss of the US Constitution, and incredibly side-looking the other direction. You claim that anybody who takes interest in this topic is "right-wing conservative," using fear tactics to promote a hoax.

  • posted at 9:28 pm on Mon, Nov 5, 2007.


    Danny: You appear to be deeply upset by McNerney's failure to take you seriously but I don't know what you expected. You, with all your "Reports from Lead Hill", commies under the bed scares etc, etc, simply do not pose a credible front. I agree that some of your concerns about globilization are valid but if I was a Congressman and somebody came up to me foaming at the mouth about Gay UN Martians, I would just make a note to inform security and then I would move on.

  • posted at 12:49 pm on Mon, Nov 5, 2007.


    Are Eunice Friederich and Danni Hutchins the same person? They seem to have identical views and they express those views with identical phrasing. Perhaps Eunice Friederich is just Danni Hutchins in drag?

  • posted at 10:34 am on Mon, Nov 5, 2007.


    I haven't worked my tail off to give my children a good life, so some social elites can put this country in the crapper for them. Anyone who thinks this is a good idea is simply NUTS!

  • posted at 9:27 am on Mon, Nov 5, 2007.


    ...continuted: ... and I think people will become furious when we get down to specific cases. The above letter is only talking in terms of a plan that can still be stopped. Plans for an International Criminal Court were already established under the Clinton Administration, when he celebrated the "Lame Duck" elitist holiday. Hmmmmmm..... I wonder if I can find a specific case.

  • posted at 9:25 am on Mon, Nov 5, 2007.


    Not very many people interested. Hmmmm.... I wonder how people would feel if the NAU took over law enforcement. Do people really think we would retain our rights of habeus corpus, right to a trial by an impartial jury and impartial judge, right to representation by an attorney? I think people will be furious when they find out what kind of judicial emergencies can occur.

  • posted at 2:08 am on Mon, Nov 5, 2007.


    McNerney disrespected my attempts to show him the NAU plans, and the superhighway, since the day after the election, at his victory celebration. I'm not giving up. Through my newspaper letters, his staff knows who I am. I was standing in line talking with someone about the NAU, and one of McNerney's staff said, "Are you Daniel Hutchins"?

  • posted at 2:05 am on Mon, Nov 5, 2007.


    Eunice Friederich: Good letter. It is indeed true that McNerney does not support the resolution to block the Security and Prosperity Partnership, and NAU. In his public appearances, he has steadfast denied that it is anything less than a hoax and that our references to an NAU are a fear tactic. In Woodbridge, I noticed he made this statement to get rid of the citizen (not me) with great skill. He is allied with Pelosi.


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