Monday, March 10
Canadian "Harmonization": Corporatizing the North American Union Northward
Canada's Ottawa-based New Democrat Party (NDP) reports the country's "liberal" party effectively has joined forces with Prime Minister's Stephen Harper's conservative ruling party to implement a political agenda that dramatically deviates from traditional values held by the majority of Canadians.
Sound familiar, Americans? If so, then "Rupublicrat"--a composite term designating one American political party palming itself off to the populace as two separate entities-- also rings true for you.
Below is NDP's 4 March e-newsletter that details Canada's sell-out by the liberals, headed by Stephane Dion, and Bushista Stephen Harper's conservative majority that has commandeered the Parliament in Ottawa.
Attentive Americans will recognize Canada's emergent "thirdworldization," a process well underway in the United States following George Bush II's seven-year White House interregnum in preparation for the corporate-friendly regional unification plan.
Dear friend,Related "Harmonization": Legal and Political Systems, from US Survival News:
Minutes ago Stéphane Dion's Liberals helped Stephen Harper pass his third budget - a budget that fails to train a single doctor, create a single child care space, make a single prescription drug more affordable or build a single unit of affordable housing.
Instead Stephen Harper is moving on his agenda of putting banks, oil companies and big corporate polluters ahead of everyday Canadians. And Stéphane Dion is helping him do it.
Yesterday only seven of 94 Liberals showed up to vote for their own budget amendment. While ordinary Canadians are working harder and longer - Dion's Liberals aren't taking their jobs seriously.
By voting with Harper, abstaining, or not showing up for work at all, Stéphane Dion's Liberals have already helped Harper:
What will Dion's Liberals help Harper do next?
- give banks and oil companies billions in tax giveaways
- extend the war in Afghanistan
- defeat support for the ailing manufacturing sector
- end Canada's commitment to Kyoto; and
- now pass his third budget.
A divided and weak Liberal opposition is not the solution for working and middle-class families. That's why more and more Canadians are turning to Jack Layton to lead the fight for fairness.Whether it's hospital wait times, affordable prescription drugs, better public transit, support for manufacturing and forestry jobs, or making trade deals like NAFTA better for workers and their families - New Democrats know where we stand as we take on Stephen Harper.
Two weeks ago, I asked you to join Jack Layton in building a movement that will stand up to Harper and put forward a vision of prosperity and fairness. Stéphane Dion's latest political games prove now more than ever the need for progressive Canadians to come together under Jack Layton's leadership - be part of it.Anne McGrath
Robert Pastor, a top Democratic Party foreign policy specialist associated with the Panama Canal giveaway, denies that he is at the center of a "vast conspiracy" to subvert American sovereignty under the cover of establishing a "North American Union." Pastor says that he favors a "North American Community," not a formal union. But his Center for North American Studies (CNAS) sponsored an all-day February 16, 2007, conference devoted to the development of a North American legal system. The holding of the conference was itself evidence that a comprehensive process is underway to merge the economies, and perhaps the social and political systems, of the three countries.It was former Texas Governor George Bush's former state Attorney General John Cronyn, now a U.S. Senator, who tried--but apparently failed--to stick U.S. taxpayers with 40% of another estimated $200 billion price tag needed to "harmonize" Mexican transportation infrastructure with its American and Canadian counterparts.
Wearing a lapel pin featuring the flags of the U.S., Canada and Mexico, Pastor said that he favors a $200 billion North American Investment Fund to pull Mexico out of poverty. Rather than a border fence, he favors a national biometric identity card for the purpose of controlling the movement of people in and out of the U.S.
Pastor said Senator John Cornyn, a conservative Republican, had introduced his North American Investment Fund as a bill in Congress but had backed away from it under conservative fire. The bill would "authorize the President to negotiate the creation of a North American Investment Fund to promote economic and infrastructure integration among Canada, Mexico, and the United States, and for other purposes.""For other purposes"? As anyone investigated mighty Democrat Pastor's off-shore bank accounts for deposits made by family scion David Rockefeller, the NAU's principal mover and shaker?
The same US Survival News webpage also sports this logo
followed by this paragraph:
Academic literature distributed in advance to conference participants about a common legal framework for the U.S., Canada and Mexico included proposals for a North American Court of Justice (with the authority to overrule a decision of the U.S. Supreme Court), a North American Trade Tribunal, and a Charter of Fundamental Human Rights for North America, also dubbed the North American Social Charter.To wrap up with this final harmonization note:
Former 2008 GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul hinted the North American Union was not possible for the Bush White House to achieve with its now-characteristic unconstitutional end-run around congressional oversight without the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Not even Judicial Watch's growing list of lawsuits and document requests predicated on Paul's claim of unconstitutionality has slowed the Rockefeller-Bush juggernaut for intercontinental unification.
In Paul's 24 February 2008 "Texas Straight Talk" weekly column online at his U.S. House of Representatives website, he characterizes construction of the Trans-Texas Corridor (TTC), that part of "The NAFTA Superhighway" shaping up in the southern part of the state, as "Paving Paradise."
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