Is this a bunch of BULL?? O_o

♏*PHOENIX*♏ - posted on 06/03/2011 ( 14 moms have responded )




No “Conspiracy Theory”: Wikileaks Cable Confirms North American Union Agenda

A newly leaked U.S. diplomatic cable originally written over six years ago confirms that the agenda to merge the United States, Canada and Mexico into an integrated North American Union has been ongoing for years, debunking claims made consistently by the corporate media and establishment talking heads that the NAU is a baseless “conspiracy theory”.

“The cable, released through the WikiLeaks website and apparently written Jan. 28, 2005, discusses some of the obstacles surrounding the merger of the economies of Canada, the United States and Mexico in a fashion similar to the European Union,” reports the National Post.

“An incremental and pragmatic package of tasks for a new North American Initiative (NAI) will likely gain the most support among Canadian policymakers,” the document said. “The economic payoff of the prospective North American initiative … is available, but its size and timing are unpredictable, so it should not be oversold.”

While serving to confirm the agenda to integrate the United States, Mexico and Canada into an EU-style political and monetary union, the Wikileaks cable will come as no surprise to those who watched Alex Jones’ 2006 documentary Endgame, in which precisely the same information was outlined, with particular focus on the Security and Prosperity Partnership, or SPP meetings.

The mission to create a North American Union was also discussed in September 2006 during a closed-door meeting of high-level government and business leaders in Banff, Canada.

Despite the manifestly provable factual basis of the matter, during the 2008 presidential election the establishment media attempted to smear Ron Paul by attributing the notion of a move towards a North American Union to him and then claiming it was a non-existent “conspiracy theory,” when the veracity of the issue was readily documented from the very start.

A Newsweek hit piece subsequently claimed that Ron Paul’s concerns over a NAFTA superhighway, a North American Union or a regional currency were completely baseless, and yet the newly leaked cable states U.S. diplomats were busy discussing a “move forward with continental integration, including a possible common currency, labour markets, international trade and the borders of the three countries,” as well as “easier access across the U.S. border,” more than six years ago.


Dana - posted on 06/05/2011




Well, this isn't the first I've heard of this and I don't think it's bs. I'm sure there are those who think this would be best. I don't know enough about the "true agenda" to have a informed opinion.

Amanda - posted on 06/05/2011




Right because Free Trade worked so well for Canada. :0)

Its like marrying a man with huge debt, no thanks I will pass.


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Mrs. - posted on 06/06/2011




I know, but look at the BQ...they were the last ones who suggested a change up of Canada's structure.

Jenn - posted on 06/06/2011




I'm confused. Why would a union make it one big country? We would all still be our own country, with our own laws, and our own leaders. In the EU, they didn't suddenly become one super-sized country, they are still individual countries.

√v^√v^√♥ - posted on 06/05/2011




I think it is true. My mom met a guy who was RAVING mad about it all and ranting like a fanatic. So we went online researching it and they really are making steps towards this union.

For instance, there is huuuuuge highway being build in the middle of the US from Mexico to Canada for the purpose of mass transportation which is usually associated with making America, Mexico and Canada one country.

Reflecting the growing strength of the NAF, the caliber of participants has risen each year. Changes in political leadership in Mexico, Canada and the United States are also mirrored in the delegations from each country.

So this weird group has influenced political leaders. How? Why?

2010 (September 30 - October 2), San Miguel Allende, Mexico - North American Cooperation in a Challenging Security Environment.

This sixth meeting of the North American Forum focused on advancing a shared vision of North America, with an emphasis on finding collaborative solutions to combat illicit drug trafficking and the spread of violence associated with organized crime

Shared visions? Of what specifically?

A core group of participants from Mexico, Canada and the United States are invited each year, along with experts able to contribute to that year’s agenda. While this core group is comprised of non-governmental actors, by and large, they have feed-back loops to their respective governments.

What vision do these group of non-important people.. yet highly influencial through loopholes towards their respected governments have?

Doesn't each government already have their own way of dealing with such things like immigration, drugs, energy change, climate and whatever else they are talking about influencing and disucssing?

Who are these people lol

They even admit to having closed door meetings on such topics.

the majority of the meetings are held off-the-record, following the Chatham House rule. Beginning in 2008, some sessions with keynote addresses by elected public officials have been opened to the press.

To me, this is just totally bizarre behavior.

The Triumvirate 2011 will be held at Arizona State University - Tempe Campus from May 29 to June 3. The objectives of the event include, “To allow participants to familiarize themselves with the functioning of democratic institutions, as well as North American political, economic, environmental and social realities; to develop the participants’ sense of belonging to North America (and) to increase intercultural exchanges and promote the creation of academia networks.” This year’s delegates will address topics such as freight transportation infrastructure, fostering green building practices, as well as North American guest worker programs. The model legislature is seen as an opportunity for students to better understand the political process and the challenges facing the continent. Through the whole proceedings, participants are encouraged to view North America as a single entity.

Reguardless if the whole thing is true or not, there are definiatly groups of people gathering, discussing and trying to influence the meshing of America, Canada and Mexico. To me, it's kind of scary.

I'd be more interested in discussing what it would be like if it actually were to happen though. What would this NAU look like? How would it function? Who would run it?

Jenn - posted on 06/05/2011




How is it like that? You're not taking on their debt, only using the same currency.

Jenn - posted on 06/05/2011




Why wouldn't Canada go for it? Don't you think it would be to our benefit? We wouldn't merge into one giant country, so we would still have our own laws and policies.

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