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Denying the North American Union

Denying the North American Union

Kurt Nimmo
November 26, 2007

Now that Alex Jones, Jerome Corsi, and others have exposed the plot to establish a “North American community,” that is to say eradicate the national sovereignty of the United States, Canada, and Mexico in favor of a “United Nations of America” based on the European Union, the corporate media and globalist apologists have kicked into over-drive with a propaganda effort to deny reality.

“Nobody is proposing a North American Union,” declared Robert Pastor, correctly identified as the father of the NAU and author of “Towards a North American Community: Lessons from the Old World for the New,” a book published by the Council on Foreign Relations Press in association with the Canadian Council of Chief Executives and the Consejo Mexicano de Asuntos Internacionales. Pastor may insist the elite of the three countries, at the behest of transnational corporations, are not interested in a merged superstate, but his argument betrays the fact the former national security advisor dreams of an American version of the European Union.

Pastor is an advocate of NAFTA on steroids, or “NAFTA Plus.” According to Miguel Pickard, in “the early 1990s, when NAFTA negotiators were still wrangling over arcane language, Pastor was proposing ways to ‘improve’ the treaty. According to Pastor, NAFTA was off to a bad start, since negotiators were mostly seeking to dismantle trade tariffs. For Pastor it was crucial to find ways of integrating the three countries, similarly (but with important differences) to what the Europeans had done since the 50s. Years later, Pastor would bemoan that NAFTA’s promise had gone unfulfilled, since it lacked a ‘grand vision’ for the three countries, i.e., a much richer perspective than the emphasis put on trade.” In other words, NAFTA was simply a trade treaty minus the “grand vision” of global integration.

But there is a problem with Pastor’s “grand vision,” namely the people of the United States, Canada, and Mexico are reluctant to give up their national sovereignty.

Pastor, in a conversation with Jerome R. Corsi, “was careful to distinguish that his proposals were designed to create a North American Community and that he never has proposed to create a North American Union as an EU-style regional government,” thus Pastor’s insistence “nobody is “proposing a North American Union.”

But this is, to say the least, deceptive. “The idea seems to be to put new structures in place that change the look of the landscape,” writes Corsi. “[WorldNetDaily] pointed out to Pastor that this step-by-step approach is the same approach taken to create the European Union. The memoirs of Jean Monnet, regarded as the architect of European unity, finally disclosed he had used a strategy of deceit, knowing his plan to form a European Union would never succeed if it were openly disclosed.”

“Pastor in an article entitled ‘NAFTA is Not Enough,’ argued for an incremental process that could head toward the creation of the NAU, all the while providing cover for participating politicians and governments to deny that creating the NAU was their goal,” Corsi argues in a News with Views editorial. In the article, Pastor provides key details on how this stealth process works:

While the three governments of North America are unlikely to step into the debate on long-term goals at the current time, nongovernmental organizations, research institutes, and universities should fill the void with new ideas and old-fashioned cross-border dialogue.

Short of this sort of shadowy incrementalism, the NAU project may be dropped on the fast track by other means, according to Corsi. “Dr. Pastor seems to prescribe that a fear formula is all that is needed for the American people need to begin begging SPP to produce the NAU right now. Pastor openly writes as if the next 9/11 terrorist attack or a future outbreak of some health epidemic such as the avian flu could be just what the NAU doctor ordered as the prescription for the American people to abandon sovereignty in favor of super-regional government control, all in the interest of ‘security’ leading to ‘prosperity.’ Or, is it ‘prosperity’ which necessitates more ‘security’ via surrender to Big Brother government?”

In predictable fashion, the corporate media is tasked with characterizing those who document the emerging NAU as tinfoil hatters, nut cases, mental patients, conspiracy theorists, etc.

For instance, neocon Charles Krauthammer told Fox News: “I love this stuff because if you ever doubt your own sanity, all you have to do is read this stuff and realize that you’re okay” (see video), while “conservative” Michael Medved lamented what he calls the “paranoid and groundless frenzy… fomented and promoted by a shameless collection of lunatics and losers; crooks, cranks, demagogues and opportunists, who claim the existence of a top secret master plan to join the U.S., Canada and Mexico in one big super-state,” never mind the above, well-documented. “I’m sorry to sound cynical and intolerant about this stupidity, but I’m furious, actually – ashamed to be part of a proud medium (conservative talk radio) that increasingly encourages this paralyzing, puerile paranoia,” apparently a reference to Alex Jones and others who continue to flesh out the “incremental” conspiracy Medved refuses to acknowledge.

Drake Bennett writes for the Boston Globe:

Government officials say a continental union is out of the question, and economists and political analysts overwhelmingly agree that there will not be a North American Union in our lifetimes. But belief in the NAU — that the plans are very real, and that the nation is poised to lose its independence — has been spreading from its origins in the conservative fringe, coloring political press conferences and candidate question-and-answer sessions, and reaching a kind of critical mass on the campaign trail. Republican presidential candidate and Texas congressman Ron Paul has made the North American Union one of his central issues.

Government officials of the sort, no doubt, that told us Saddam Hussein was about use weapons of mass destruction against the United States or that the air at Ground Zero in New York was safe to breathe.

Finally, it is no mistake the Boston Globe has rolled Ron Paul into its diatribe of transparent denial, as Paul must be roundly discredited and characterized as a kook, primarily because a Paul presidency would most certainly put an end to Robert Pastor’s dream of an American version of the European Union once and for all.

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A Case for Repealing NAFTA and Blocking the NAU

A Case for Repealing NAFTA and Blocking the NAU
A merger of the United States, Mexico, and Canada enabled through NAFTA and called the North American Union is arguably the greatest current threat to our freedoms under the U.S. Constitution. This video presents many of the reasons why the American people must take action. (2007, 36 min.)

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Robert Pastor Called for a NAFTA Superhighway System in 2005
August 24, 2007, 1:46 pm
Filed under: Globalism, NAFTA Superhighway, North American Union, Robert Pastor, SPP

Robert Pastor Called for a NAFTA Superhighway System in 2005

Larry Greenley
August 23, 2007

In the context of the rapidly escalating national debate over the Security and Prosperity Partnership and the North American Union, The Nation chose the closely-related topic of the NAFTA Superhighway for the cover story of its August 27 issue. Superimposed on a full-bleed graphic of a mega-highway against a background of blue sky and white clouds are the words: “The NAFTA Superhighway — It’s Big. It’s Scary. But Is It Real?” According to the article’s summary, “The NAFTA Superhighway is a total myth.” The author, Christopher Hayes, then goes on in the article to refer to the John Birch Society (JBS) as “one of the leading purveyors of the highway myth.”

While Hayes is correct that the JBS is one of the leading organizations warning Americans about the plans for a NAFTA Superhighway system, he is wrong about the NAFTA Superhighway being a “total myth.” For an example of what the Society has been saying about the planned North American highway system, see “‘SuperSlab’ Paves the Way,” which includes a two-page graphic of the proposed NAFTA Superhighway system, by Kelly Taylor on pages 21-24 of The New American, October 2, 2006 (5 MB pdf).

Interestingly, Hayes recently weakened his case against the JBS by setting up a straw man scenario never promoted by the Society. Writing in his personal blog, Hayes stated on August 16: “When people at townhalls in Iowa ask about the ‘NAFTA Superhighway,’ it’s clear they’re conceiving of an actual plan that is in the works and expect to see a bulldozer in their cornfield any day now. That’s the mythology I was trying to debunk.” So, apparently Hayes is now saying that the NAFTA Superhighway myth he charges the JBS with spreading, and which he was trying to debunk in his Nation article, consists of giving people in Iowa (and many other states, of course) the idea that they can expect to see NAFTA Superhighway bulldozers in their states sometime soon.

As the colorful old saying has it, “That dog won’t hunt.” That is to say, the John Birch Society has never given people the idea that they’re about to see NAFTA Superhighway bulldozers in their backyards. Actually, according to Society literature virtually the entire NAFTA Superhighway system is in the planning stage, so it’s way too early for bulldozers to show up in Iowa cornfields. As the subtitle of the article “‘SuperSlab’ Paves the Way” in the Society’s newsmagazine The New American for October 2, 2006 (5 MB pdf) put it: “The NAFTA Super Highway, nicknamed ‘SuperSlab’ by some, is a planned system of roads, rail lines, and more that will speed up the unification of North America.” (emphasis added)

Even Robert “I never proposed a North American Union” Pastor, who has been routinely interviewed for the recent spate of articles debunking concerns about a North American Union and a NAFTA Superhighway system, called for such a superhighway system plan in testimony before a subcommittee of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in 2005:

The North American Council should develop an integrated continental plan for transportation and infrastructure that includes new North American highways and high-speed rail corridors. (Robert Pastor, Senate Foreign Relations Committee testimony, June 9, 2005.)

You can quibble about terms, but Pastor was clearly calling for the development of an integrated, continental plan for North American highways and high speed rail corridors, which is just about as close to a definition of the NAFTA Superhighway system as you can get.

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SPP Building an EU For the Western Hemisphere

SPP Building an EU For the Western Hemisphere

John McManus
August 22, 2007

leaders of Canada, the United States and Mexico will issue emphatic denials but the hidden motive propelling them in creating the Security and Prosperity Partnership is to advance one step closer to the centuries-old goal of a world government known as the New World Order.

Mr. Bush, Señor Calderon, and Mr. Harper may publicly claim that their goal is merely the promotion of free trade and the creation of more cooperation amongst the three nations. But, in 2002, when former Mexican President Vicente Fox announced his desire to create “connections and institutions similar to those created by the European Union,” he openly confirmed the long range plan. He is not alone in having made clear that a duplicate of the EU is in the works for the Western Hemisphere.

The European Union was sold to the people of Europe as a beneficial arrangement to spur trade. But, as many have begun to discover, it has all but cancelled independence for its 27 nations. In their 2003 book The Great Deception, British authors Booker and North show that the European Union has become the greatest concentration of political power in the history of mankind. The two researchers refer to the EU as “a slow-motion coup d’etat, the most spectacular coup d’etat in history.”

The Security and Prosperity Partnership is setting the stage for uniting the three nations of North America into a North American Union that will parallel for the West what the EU has done to Europe. At a closed-door meeting of what was labeled the North American Forum [1] held in Banff, Alberta, September 12-14, 2006, high-level officials and prominent executives from the three nations discussed “Demographic and Social Dimensions of North American Integration.” After attending the secret gathering –- there were no journalists, no press releases, no commentary for public consumption -– U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Thomas Shannon told [2] an audience here in Ottawa: “The North American Forum is a parallel structure to the Security and Prosperity Partnership” –- thus admitting the existence of a link between the SPP and plans for a North American Union.

Canadian Mel Hurtig attended the Banff session and he stated [3] that its purpose was to bring about “the integration of Canada into the United States.” He didn’t like the idea of such a meeting being held in secrecy, and he didn’t like the plan to integrate the three nations. If there was nothing to hide, why did that meeting of high-ranking dignitaries from the three North American nations meet in secrecy?

Asked months ago about the Security and Prosperity Partnership and the rush toward a North American Union, many members of the U.S. Congress confessed not having a clue about these subversive plans. The reason for their early ignorance is that the overall goal is designed to occur without any consent of the people’s representatives. Mr. Bush and his globalist advisers will not risk the defeat of their plans by seeking input from Congress. They plan to carry out this enormous coup d’etat under the so-called authority of the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA. But, recently, the House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted to bar the use of federal funds for creating the NAFTA superhighway from Mexico into the U.S. and Canada. Obviously, some portions of the overall plan are becoming known.

American University’s Dr. Robert Pastor, a key promoter of this grand scheme, stated very clearly in Foreign Affairs [4] magazine that “NAFTA was merely the first draft of an economic constitution for North America.”

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez confirmed the view given by Dr. Pastor when he stated in March 2006, “The Security and Prosperity Partnership seeks to build on NAFTA.”

World Government has been the goal of a power-driven and self-perpetuating conspiracy for some six generations. Military conquest hasn’t achieved the goal. Wars and revolutions haven’t accomplished it either. So the master planners have turned to misnamed free trade and seemingly innocuous economic unions to reach their independence-cancelling design.

This is what Henry Kissinger meant when, in 1993, he implored the U.S. Congress to approve NAFTA as “the most creative step toward the new world order [5]” and a “step toward a free-trade zone for the entire Western Hemisphere.” And it is what David Rockefeller meant when he simultaneously urged [6] the U.S. Congress to approve NAFTA in order “to build a true new world in the Western Hemisphere.”

The John Birch Society was formed in 1958 to protect our nation’s hard-won independence. In the face of this very serious threat posed by the SPP and the North American Union, our organization has launched a campaign calling on the U.S. Congress to withdraw from NAFTA. If our effort is successful, the rug will be pulled out from under this secret plan to merge Canada, the U.S. and Mexico via the Security and Prosperity Partnership and its companion North American Union. H. Con. Res 22 [7]has been introduced in the House of Representatives to mandate withdrawal from NAFTA.

Nothing less than national independence is at stake. The American people don’t want to tear up our Declaration of Independence. Nor do the peoples of Canada and Mexico want to cancel the independence of their nations. Roman Herzog, the former president of Germany, now realizes that Germany has essentially lost its independence to the EU bureaucrats in Brussels. We must not let the same stealth-type movement accomplish for our countries what has already befallen Europe’s once-independent nations.

Our first step in blocking this merger is to scuttle the NAFTA pact. Supposedly a pact designed merely to foster trade, NAFTA’s 900 pages of regulations amount to massive amounts of control. And NAFTA’s Chapter 11 tribunals have already demonstrated their power to supersede state and federal law [8].

Our plan calls for blocking the creation of a North American Union by withdrawing the U.S. completely from NAFTA. We shall continue – and increase – our efforts to expose the hidden purpose behind the Security and Prosperity Partnership/North American Union. We welcome similar efforts from the peoples of Canada and Mexico.

What is the ‘North American Union’?


FOX News Anchor Pathetically Attempts to Dismiss North American Union Agenda

Fox News Anchor Pathetically Attempts To Dismiss North American Union Agenda
Jon Gibson: Alex Jones shouts a lot, therefore there is no Pan American Union plot

Steve Watson
August 21, 2007

Anti-American Fox Noise Channel’s Neo-Con Bush boot-licker John Gibson has once again chosen to attack Infowars and Alex Jones, this time in an attempt to rubbish the existence of the plot to create a North American Union.

While the three heads of state of the U.S., Mexico and Canada continue to conduct regional harmonization talks at the secretive Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) summit in Quebec, the albino vampire John Gibson has attempted to rubbish the theory that the SPP represents such a move by comparing Alex Jones’ voice to that of John Goodman in the feature film The Big Lebowski.

“He is a total nut, foaming at the mouth, he may even be a bit on the rabid side.” Gibson spouts. Yes that proves it then, whatever “it” is supposed to be.

Listen to the audio:

Note: The voices you will hear are those of Gibson himself, his guest, recordings of Alex Jones he bizarrely throws in at certain points and lastly that of a totally pointless sidekick he apparently keeps chained in the corner and feeds only when he barks in agreement with his melanin starved slave master.

Though Gibson admits to the existence of a planned Trans Texas Corridor trade route, he froths, “However the whole idea that this is conflating into an amalgamation of the three countries strikes me as absurd”, further describing the idea as a “tin foil hat jackass conspiracy theory”.

Clearly the peroxide prince of spin is not aware of the fact that 22 members of the House of Representatives have put their names to a letter to president Bush describing their concerns about the secretive manner in which the SPP is being conducted and that it “may actually undermine our security and sovereignty”.

Neither is “Gibby” aware of the fact that 18 states have introduced resolutions calling on their federal representatives to halt work on the North American Union (they include Virginia and South Carolina) and that 3 of these states (Idaho, Montana and Oklahoma) have passed their resolutions.

Clearly he is also not aware of SPP documents released under a FOIA request that prove a wide range of US administrative law is being re-written in stealth under the Security and Prosperity Partnership program to “integrate” and “harmonize” with administrative law in Mexico and Canada.

Clearly he is also unaware of Further documents (PDF link) from last year’s SPP meeting in Banff which were obtained by Judicial Watch under the FOIA which refer to an “evolution by stealth” agenda for the SPP.

The recent news that the United States and the European Union have signed up to a new transatlantic economic partnership that will see regulatory standards “harmonized” and will lay the basis for a merging of the US and EU into one single market, also presumably passed Gibson by.

And evidently Gibson has never caught his rival news anchors over at CNN or CNBC regularly broadcasting reports on the coming NAU merger.

Instead of inviting Alex Jones onto his show to debate the facts, which would have been wise considering his incredible and total ignorance of all of the above, the cowardly and pathetic Gibson chooses to play out of context recorded clips of Alex, which he then laughs at or makes snide remarks after. Regular listeners to Gibson (if there are any) will recognize this as a method he repeatedly employs.

In addition while Gibson’s guest, 9/11 truth activist Jessica Wilson, does her best to explain what exactly the NAU is, she admits she is no expert on the subject, and it quickly becomes clear that she is only there to be prodded and poked fun at.

When Wilson does make a salient point about Robert Pastor, one of the architects of the plan for a regional government, Gibson and his side kick just reply by interrupting her and sarcastically asking “do you believe George Bush carried out 9/11?” and “have you had black helicopters flying over your house recently?”

Meanwhile Alex Jones’ nationally syndicated show yesterday featured three leading experts on the subject, speaking live from the current SPP summit in Montebello, Canada contributing to a three hour in- depth feature on the issue.

While the clips of Alex betray an impassioned and alarmed talk show host working tirelessly to wake up his audience to the very real stealth movement toward a North American Union by providing them with verifiable facts, Gibson’s comments remind one of a bored spotty teenager making his own radio show in his bedroom with his equally socially retarded accomplice.

The fact that Gibson continues to be afforded the grandstand of a nationally syndicated radio show by his employers, yet clearly represents a totally pointless waste of airtime, confirms his true status as a weak minded and spiritually enslaved apologist for the corporate elite.

Like a nagging poodle yelping at our feet all the time trying to get our attention, Gibson seems to now use his ad hominem attacks on Alex Jones as an excuse for anything. Last May he stated that Presidential candidate Ron Paul should be kicked out of the debates simply for appearing on the Alex Jones show on a regular basis.

The dumb blond also suggested that Ron Paul’s assertion that bombing third world countries breeds hatred in the middle east is also a tin-foil hat conspiracy theory!

Gibson has also previously attacked the 9/11 truth movement on his gut wrenching “Big Story” show by promulgating demonstrably provable lies and promoting free speech haters. He also regularly enjoys mocking the tragic events of 9/11 that so many have so tirelessly poured over in attempt to get to the truth. Most recently Gibson defended a columnist who stated that another 9/11 style attack would “help America”, prompting MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann to hand Gibson his own behind on a platter.

Once again, we thank John Gibson and Fox News for the continued attention they are bringing to the issues we cover – because for any of their viewers that still possess their own set of teeth, they will be encouraged to “go to the Google”, as Gibson puts it, and enter terms like “North American Union” and “Alex Jones” and find out the truth.

We invite Gibson and his ilk to continue their desperate attacks because anyone with two brain cells left to rub together can immediately deduce how liars and con-artists behave – and how their impetuous smear tactics are manifested.

A growing number of Americans are realising that their sovereignty and the very way of life is under attack from globalist corporate servants within their own government. The establishment media is scared stiff about the fact and it’s enlightening to see them squirm, smear and lie in an attempt to retrieve something from an information war that they have already lost.

What is the ‘North American Union’?


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