June 20, 2007

Better Late Than Never?

Given all the attention Canadians have been giving the stealth agenda of the SPP/NAU (Security & Prosperity Partnership of North America/North American Union), it’s about time we heard something about it from the U.S. media.

Shamefully, President Bush is a part of this plan that will, as I have reported in numerous previous posts, if allowed to reach fruition as expected in the fast approaching year 2010, diminish our nation’s sovereignty, undermine the Constitution in the face of a continental version and replace SCOTUS with a continental supreme court. In the meantime, Mr. Bush is doing his part in the agenda, pushing Congress to flood the United States with legalized criminal aliens on a “come one, come all” basis. With the witting and unwitting help of the Democrats, amnesty for illegals would include multiculturalism rather than assimilation, saturating our country with people whose sheer numbers would erode the American traditions our own liberals have already weakened considerably, playing right into the hands of the principals (POTUS, his counterparts in Mexico and Canada and some megabucks corporate interests) behind these plans whose details haven’t been presented to our three respective governing bodies, of the NAU agenda.

The videos and the article featured in the above-linked post are well worth reading and viewing to any Americans interested in doing whatever they can to help our nation, as we know it, to survive.

Major tip of the hat and many thanks to Always On Watch.

by @ 9:53 am. Filed under North American Union (NAU)
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7 Responses to “Better Late Than Never?”

  1. Denny Says:

    Well done.

    I am sorry to admit that you are very probably correct. There are way too many things that have happened, and are now happening, that seem to indicate that something very wrong is about to happen to my beloved county.

    May God have mercy on the U.S.A.

    By the way, I like your site and will include your link at my site. I hope you do the same.

  2. Seth Says:

    Denny –


    The NAU agenda has been a concern of mine for awhile. Too many Americans who should be picking up on it don’t because of a paucity of information from the MSM or a simple lack of belief that such a thing can happen in the U.S.

    I enjoy your site as well, thanks. You have been blogrolled here since this morning. Thanks for linking Hard Astarboard as well. :-)

  3. Always On Watch Says:

    replace SCOTUS with a continental supreme court

    Oh, won’t that just be wonderful! Then eminent domain can take its full effect.

    Damn! We are in deep trouble with this NAU stuff. And GWB supports it!

  4. Seth Says:

    AOW –

    George W. Bush was one of the 3 North American leaders who signed the agreement without consulting their respective congress/parliament folks first.

    As in the case of the EU, once our three countries have “unionized”, it will be necessary to produce a constitution that is agreeable to all three “parties”, one that supercedes those of the U.S., Canada and Mexico. With that will come a new higher court represented by justices from all three countries.

    What concerns me just as much is that DHS will likely assume the mantle of “coordinating” security, federal Law Enforcement, intelligence and defense agency for the entire continent and we will learn the true reason why such an umbrella authority was created to begin with. I do not believe we will like what we learn.

  5. Ken Taylor Says:

    Good post my friend. This type of ridiculous unfettered spending that has destroyed the GOP and put them in the minority is why I like Fred Thompson. He is a limited government, less taxation, and cut the spending conservative in the Reagan mold.

    This spending and continued growth of government and intrusion by the same has got to end, or we will find ourselves as socialists and not a free Republic!

  6. Seth Says:

    Ken –

    I’ve completely lost confidence in the word of politicians — they all say they’ll curb spending, then they all spend like it’s their last day on earth and our money is their money.

    I hope that we see a change (hopefully after some Republican victories in Nov 2008), but I won’t hold my breath. Nor will I ever vote to reelect a politician who has veered from his word the first time out.

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