Saturday, September 01, 2007

Articulating the Popular Rage

Remember the movie, "Network"? 'I'm mad as hell, and I'm not going to take it anymore.'? No, many of you don't remember it, as it happened back in 1976. Peter Finch was brilliant. Here's a very short clip of the movie, followed by a wake-up call to Americans regarding the impending and imminent integration of America, Canada, and Mexico.

It's called the North American Union. It's not a myth, it's not the confused predictions of conspiracy nut-jobs. It's a fact. It is being put into place, under the radar of American oversight, through public-private partnerships (PPP's), trade agreements with the countries to the north and south of the US. In order to lay the financial and physical superstructures (the massive highways and ports projects) the plan includes insidiously dangling before state governments large amounts of cash from foreign investors. Dance to the music, pay the fiddler is all I can say.

One of the projects is to widen highway 287 here in Colorado, and indeed, driving in from Kansas, I turned south on 287, and hit many delays due to the widening of highway 287. It will become part of a Superhighway network, connecting Mexico, the United States And Canada. Many have shrugged off concerns, but the under-lying (double entendre) framework has already been worked out. The federal government disavows any NAU plan, with President Bush deriding any notion of such as recently as the summit held in Canada a few days ago. All public officials who have anything to do with the NAU are lying their asses off. They figure if they can stall long enough, America will go bankrupt, and the globalists can roll out the Amero to "save us". There's gonna be hell to pay, never mind the fiddler.

I reject the notion that patriotism means obedience to the state.

Jerome Corsi, who has been a tireless and relentless watchdog has more.

Sunday morning update:

**And be sure to check out the blueprint for the North American Union, called appropriately enough, "Building a North American Community" - drawn up by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). The goal: 2010 - The United States merges with Canada and México. While the document itself isn't treasonous, it has become the plan embraced by treasonous government officials, who are attempting to put this plan into action without Congressional oversight, or even discussing the plan in public forums.

The CFR's view of Mexico is seemingly clueless as to the actual corrupt nature of it's people and it's government. The whole country is corrupt from top to bottom. They want to throw money from the North American Development Bank in the form of grants and "soft loans" at Mexico.

Yeah, they'll love the "soft loans" part. Throwing money at Mexican officials would be idiotic, at best.

I've read the (pdf) document, and it is shockingly naive in it's approach to Mexican economic development, and Mexico's ability to create fair and responsible government policies.

Here is a verbatim sample:


• Intensify Mexican efforts to accelerate its economic development. To achieve this objective, Mexico must reorient its economic policies to encourage more investment and to distribute the benefits of economic growth more equitably and efficiently across the country. Progress needs to be made, in particular, in the following areas:

(1) dramatically expanding investment and productivity in the energy sector;
(2) continuing efforts to enhance governmental transparency, build regulatory capacity, and deepen judicial reform;
(3) improving public access to high-quality education;
(4) promoting the development of basic infrastructure projects by state and municipal governments;
(5) helping small and medium-sized producers take advantage of economic integration; (6) increasing the federal tax base as a percentage of gross domestic product; and (7) establishing clear and measurable objectives for public spending. Of course, it will be up to Mexicans to develop the policy conditions for these changes to take place.(emphasis added)
That anyone in government could think for a moment that Mexico could or would clean up it's deeply endemic corrupt way of life leaves me speechless (fig. of speech -LOL).

Ron Paul, who is like the voice crying in the wilderness, refuses to back down on anything. I like that in a man. I don't think anyone can be trusted 100% with the power of the American Presidency, but Ron Paul seems like a WYSIWYG candidate.

Fred Thompson, on the other hand bears watching very, very closely. Something ain't right about that man. Has anyone noticed that he is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations?

What about it Fred Thompson? Are you a globalist? I believe he is, and that would not be good for America.

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