Skip to comments.North American Union: Deconstructing the U.S. [PART 1]
Posted on 07/11/2006 5:54:52 AM PDT by conservativecorner
This is Part I of a three-part series.
No one in their right mind would consider Jerome Corsi a liberal or a leftist. Corsi received a Ph.D. from Harvard University in political science in 1972 and has written many books and articles, including co-authoring with John O'Neill the No. 1 New York Times best seller "Unfit for Command: Swift Boat Veterans Speak Out Against John Kerry."
The 2004 book was a defining character study of presidential candidate John Kerry. "Unfit for Command" may have been the single biggest reason John Kerry is not president today and George W. Bush is. He is also author of "Atomic Iran: How the Terrorist Regime Bought the Bomb and American Politicians."
Corsi is not a conspiracy nut, and he does his homework on the various issues he tackles. I suggest that the American people of all political orientation give full attention to a major event that frames immigration policy, the Dubai Ports deal and badly negotiated trade deals, as well as the sellout of American interests by our favorite politicians of both parties - and no party.
Corsi and Minuteman co-founder Jim Gilcrist wrote the book "Minutemen: The Battle to Secure America's Borders." The book is a timely investigation into how our nation's southern border is disintegrating into violence and chaos, human smuggling, drug running and incursions by Mexican military and police into U.S. territory.
Researching and writing the book forced him to ask some hard questions about the WHY of our porous border and the ultimate goal of those who are allowing it to remain a national disgrace of lawlessness and corruption.
In any event, I decided to interview Dr. Corsi after reading an article he wrote for Human Events Online: "President Quietly Creating 'NAFTA Plus'." [ http://www.humaneventsonline.com/article.php?id=15059 ]
His responses to my questions were astounding.
During the interview, Dr. Corsi told me that everyone is asking the obvious question about open borders. Why is the Bush administration failing to deal with them in any effective manner except to propose "guest worker amnesty." But most people don't pursue the answer to that question, perhaps because their instincts tell them they will not like the TRUE answer. As a conservative who supported the Bush administration in the past, Corsi found the answer difficult to take.
His conclusions and answer to the question of why nothing of any consequence is being done about our porous borders is startling and disturbing: "We are close to a coup d'état by the executive branch. What I have come across in my investigation reminds me of the plot in the blockbuster '60s book 'Seven Days in May' ... having to do with a military coup plot against civilian government. The conclusions I arrive at seem more in line with some fantastic plot line of the TV series '24'."
Corsi related to me that the most recent coup attempt against our nation, system and sovereignty is not being conducted by the U.S. military. Rather, it is being achieved through men who place commerce and commercial interests at the top of what mankind is about. It is very Hegelian and Marxist, at its center encompassing a belief that people are primarily motivated by economics and materialism, that trade and commerce and having material goods are the primary factors in creating a peaceful world. The policymakers who hold those attitudes have had immense influence on George W. Bush.
Immigration, open borders, trade deals, all of it is part and parcel of an attempt to create a North American Union. In its present form it is known as The Security and Prosperity Partnership signed by the "three amigos," Bush, Fox and Canada's Paul Martin at Waco, Texas, in 2005.
The idea for the North American Union has been floated for a couple of decades. It went into hyperdrive after the Cold War. At that time, powerful groups including the guiding lights in the Council on Foreign Relation, government, business and the denizens of the Beltway's Iron Triangle came into their own. Last year's report by a CFR task force entitled "Building a North American Community" is the outline for the North American Union, which they would like to have up and running by 2010.
The task force is quite clear that one of the major goals of this effort is to remake boundaries around the three North American nations. Individual countries will relate to a supranational parliamentary or governing system rather than to their own. National governments will still have limited power but not so much sovereignty. Immigration, in their ultimate plan, will mean open borders and a vastly diminished importance of citizenship in the three nations.
This is simply a new brand of old feudalism being set into motion by none other than the hero of so many Republicans, George W. Bush.
No wonder Canada and Mexico are on board, it can only mean good things for them. I call it selling America as we know it down the river for the almighty $$$.
This really has to be brought and kept further within the radar.
Ping for later
would never consider him those things - a self-promoting media hound, yes.
Except for the little problem of the facts getting in the way. The information is out there, but you must do some digging to understand the grandness of their plans. It won't work because it's now on the radar screen with Conservatives, and we will watch their every move.
well then left me know when the radar spots the ICBMs coming in over Alaska, will ya'? Sheesh...
sounds absurd. I do not think the government has enough power to disolve the USA. This looney seems too paranoid.
The US has had 50 stars for longer than it has had any other configuration. About time for us share the blessings of liberty with others.
The world economy has grown by 11 percent in the last 3 years, ALL in the US. We have added the equivalent of CHINA to our economy. Certainly Mexico could benefit from good government, and we could establish a American Union capital far away from Washington, DC, say Utah or Nevada. Mexico and Canada are our biggest oil suppliers, and we would benefit from subtantial control over their immigration policy, which now impacts us, but we have no leverage.
So, how would you design a flag for 70 stars/states?
I don't even know who you are.
Bush sneaking North American super-state without oversight? Mexico, Canada partnership underway with no authorization from Congress
This is written by the same guy... Can we find some other sources for this paranoid conspiracy theory before we run around like headless chickens screaming the sky is falling?? otherwise we will start to sound like liberals here.... and nobody wants that!
Back when America was growing rapidly in territory there was a common if not universal assumption that it would include everything to the Pacific and at least into South America, perhaps some of Canada, the western parts. It might still; Destiny is sometimes delayed but never stopped.
Go to the article and follow the links. He's not making anything up. Their own sites spell it all out.
"We are close to a coup d'état by the executive branch. What I have come across in my investigation reminds me of the plot in the blockbuster '60s book 'Seven Days in May' ... having to do with a military coup plot against civilian government. The conclusions I arrive at seem more in line with some fantastic plot line of the TV series '24'."Bears repeating.
Part of the fault is definitely Corsi's. Corsi's books are made of facts bound together with a gee-whiz prose style reminiscent of the Hardy Boys series as edited by Steven King. Exciting. Scary. I read'em all.
Fear not, GWB is not attempting to dissolve the US, and blend it into some sort of super-state, The North American Union ... an EU on steroids, as it were.
However, as the man says, facts is facts. There are study groups, working groups, and several tons of wonks working on concepts designed to eventually kick NAFTA up many notches ... to somehow go beyond the economic concepts already well underway ... to political integration on some level that is yet to be determined.
To deny that this investigatory and planning process is underway is folly. This ain't no secret. Indeed, these folks publish their papers for each other and have placed them ... without fanfare ... within reach of the public. (Providing of course that the public posseses research skills worthy of a Ph.D. Candidate. It is fair to say that it is (or was) well below the radar.)
Corsi's job is to sell books. The informed citizen's job is to winnow the facts out of his occasionally hysterical narrative and use them to inform ourselves, as we evaluate the information out there. (Same as we did with his book on Kerry.)
We are living next to a time bomb in Mexico. We have to figure out a way to (A)live and do business with it (B) defuse it or (C) figure out how to deal with the consequences if we don't ... or can't.
If all illegal immigration were to end at the stroke of midnight, the US will still have a massive Latino population. In fact, it will be a big majority in the Southwest. Of course, government is planning on what to do about it. And of course, it is afraid of the reaction to its plans on the part of the present citizens.
I'm just clicking on the thread to read the keywords. LOLOLOL
Lol! I love the new acronym.
Some other ones you'll figure out: IBD or IBTBB.
To read them or add them?
I often wonder if the folks who play that childish game really think that what gets posted in keywords or the fact that the mods constantly move these threads to chat will make one iota of difference to those of us who are interested in the topic and the fact that Bush is selling out our sovereignty.
Point of fact. My brother-in-law works for US Dept of Energy. For several years he has been part of a workgroup of US/Mexico/Canada energy officials "harmonizing" the 3 nations' energy policies.
I understand similar work groups exist in many US federal agencies.
They won't officially dissolve the US, just like they haven't officially erased the US/Mexican border or officially legalized the hiring of illegal aliens. But if they have their way the de facto results will be the same.
LOL! So you think "good government" makes for a good country? Go back to DU where you belong!
Mexico's problem is that it is full of Mexicans. People determine the characteristic of a country, not environment, not constitutions and especially not politicians and bureaucrats. (Liberia's constitution is almost word-for-word the US Constitution.)
You have to admit that in America, Mexicans are known for being hard working.
With the resources of Mexico, how could that hard working people not be wealthy?
Government corruption. That is what is killing Chicago.
Certainly bad government can ruin things.
Jeffersonian "The government that governs best, governs least."
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