Mar 152007
 

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At least one of those bills on constructing a North American Union that Republican members of the House and Senate unsuccessfully tried to sneak through Congress in 2006 was inserted into S. 2611, the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2006. That Senate Bill is S. 853 and the information in that bill can also be found in S. 2611.

For example, in S. 2611, sponsored by Arlen Specter [R-PA], you can find an important building block of this new corporate union, a common security perimeter around North America:

SEC. 113 Reports On Improving The Exchange Of Information On North American Security

(3) Visa Policy On Coordination And Immigration Security

(E) “…in developing and implementing an immigration security strategy for North America that works toward the development of a common security perimeter by enhancing technical assistance for programs and systems to support automated reporting and risk targeting of international passengers.”

Check out the wording in S. 853, sponsored by Richard Lugar [R-IN]. Read the bill and compare it to S. 2611 above. (the first 5 pages and page 18, in particular) In addition, a common security perimeter can be found in the CFR plan for Building a North American Community, pp.3,8.

S. 2611 also contains wording that would have the United States aid Mexico in securing its border with Belize and Guatemala, a part of the soon-to-be common security perimeter around North America. [ see SEC. 114, (b), 1,2, Improving The Security Of Mexico’s Southern Border] See pp.18,19 in S.853

NOTE: A later edition of S. 853 is numbered differently. Reference to a “common security perimeter” can be found in SEC. 3, (7), (E). [SEC. 5 contains wording on Mexico securing its border with Belize and Guatemala.]

Other bills to look for in S.2611 that are targeted for this new North American Union are: S. 2691, the SKIL Act of 2006 and S. 3622, the North American Investment Fund Act. Both of these bills are sponsored by Senator John Cornyn [R-TX].

The Kennedy/McCain proposed immigration bill for 2007 is “a revised version of the bill (S.2611) that passed the Republican-controlled Senate last year.” Call and ask your senator to scrutinize this immigration bill and reject any of these stealth bills that would end our Republic.

If the union becomes a reality, American sovereignty will no longer exist and our nation will become a Balkanized region in the near future, a region run by trade agreements for multinational corporations. Bush and his corporate conspirators in Canada and Mexico already have functioning bodies in place that are even now making decisions for North America (America, Canada, and Mexico). There are plans to make the NAFTA trade tribunals permanent and the North American Competitiveness Council (made up of CEOs from the three nations) has been institutionalized and is currently making its desires known to the leaders and senior officials of the three members of NAFTA. Their advice will become policy for all three nations, now and in the future.

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