Skip to comments.North American Union threat gets attention of congressmen
Posted on 10/02/2006 3:55:59 AM PDT by Man50D
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Thanks for posting this!
Release of the FOIA information and now a Resolution being requested by Congress certainly ought to warrant that these discussions on North American Union / SPP be taken seriously and remain in 'news' rather than the usual immediate move to 'chat'?
Beware of the Stonecutters...
I saw that you posted this within a thread, but was glad to see that someone designated a thread for it. It is a HUGE step forward!
There was a time in the USA when borders, language, and culture mattered. The very idea of a North American Union is anathema to me! It is nothing more than another step toward one world government IMO. Our country has already lost its identity; we should be working on legislation to recover our culture, our language, and protect our borders!
This is starting to get my attention- need to study to get some facts.
Hey, doubters and skeptics: Congress is moving against something you said didn't exist.
Unfortunately, you cannot pass a law which binds future Congresses, or even the current Congress... Unless it is a Constitutional Amendment, and even that might not work, given the predilection of judges to rewrite the Constitution to suit their fancy.
Virgil Goode is a lightweight in terms of clout. This is a calculated sop to the outcry.
"Hey, doubters and skeptics: Congress is moving against something you said didn't exist"
It was all a well organized game they played to silence any discussion on the subject, I suspect for the same reason all information about this seems to have been kept secret.
Perfectly stated. My voice is hoarse from arguing with FReepers who constantly pull out the tinfoil hat slam against those of us who have been warning about this for months.
Their next line will be...'WorldNutDaily' reported this story, blah, blah, blah.
Those guys won't be able to approve zoning for a new gravel driveway if this keeps up.
Rather than "stopping a conspiracy", you all are engaged in a conspiracy.
It's time to stop this in Texas.
"What is least understandable about this is why so many Freepers can be sucked into something that's simply a transparent attempt to force a cut in Interstate Highway funds for Indiana, Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, Illinois, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Texas."
Which one of us do you think is going to fall for THAT explanation? LMAO
"I'm glad this is coming to the forefront. No doubt this will shake the psyche of some here on the FR."
I doubt it. They've made a much too well-organized attempt to silence all discussion on this issue, including being permitted to make personal attacks against anyone involved on the threads. My guess is that with this news, they are re-grouping or looking for direction on what to do next.
Perhaps they will come clean about being in AGREEMENT with what's being proposed instead of denying what's being proposed exists?
It's reassuring to know that Dr. Jerome Corsi is on the case. But where is Dr. Paul Craig Roberts?
That would be my guess as well.
The merits of the project aside, my initial objection is the anti-democratic nature of having something that affects the country so much not being the subject of congressional oversight, or even free and open discussion of the plans, goals, and participants in the plan. No matter what the project, we the people should have government in the sunshine, with a chance to see what it is we are paying for, and what will affect our lives.
I don't believe that the private organizations involved are sufficient to keep the faith with anything other than their own interests. I would prefer that the administration not force people to beg for information. All it does is creates suspician when no suspician is warranted, or it creates confidence that the government can do know wrong, when in fact it certainly can.
Where is the opportunity for public imput into what is at least being alleged as one of the most significant policies to affect American commerce in many years?
Private organizations, no matter what they publish for or against, are not a protection of the public. There is no guarantee that what is published by them is true, accurtate and complete, and being private, they have no oversight.
I don't think web sites by private organizations constitues public involvement in the decision making process at all.
I don't trust any government that says,, "Hey, if you nwant to know what's going on, demand a hearing in congress!" Maybe we'll hold a hearing before this all becomes a fait accompli. Yeah, right...government in the sunshine by true men of the people...
After all, we're all to stupid to vote and run the country, right?
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