Meet NAFTA version 2.0 - the plan to establish a North American Union is one of the most important topics confronting our country, as it threatens to abolish the USA and the freedom that it represents.
On March 23, 2005, Prime Minister Paul Martin, President Bush and President Vicente Fox, the respective leaders of Canada, USA and Mexico, met in Waco, Texas, to discuss plans to merge our three countries into a North American Union (NAU), calling their agreement the "Security and Prosperity Partnership" (SPP).
In spite of our government's rhetoric to enforce a border, even build a fence, the SPP calls for the removal of our borders. It envisions a common economic system under a common currency, the amero, a common law, common enforcement of the law, common emergency domestic response for "common problems," and I would expect, a common military. Being a treaty, it would require senatorial approval only if our leaders uphold and defend the constitution of the United States.
Instead, plans are being made to circumvent congress. Canada's Macleans magazine, in Meet NAFTA 2.0, has revealed a North American Competitiveness Council (NACC), which plans to implement the NAU by stealth. Its membership includes Lockheed Martin's Ron Covais, who stated, "We've decided not to recommend any things that would require legislative changes." He means government financing. Covais is a former pentagon advisor to Dick Cheney.
NAFTA plans to circumvent budgetary debate by giving away concession rights to the foreign construction companies, after the land is secured by eminent domain. Hence, the construction companies will bear their own responsibility for generating funds and profit on the highways. Such a diabolical plan can only be blocked by members of the house and senate, whose oath of office demands their action. The general public can contact both Congressman McNerney and our senators, demanding they stop NAFTA Superhighway and the NAU.