Both the House and Senate will soon have a “comprehensive immigration” bill to vote on but there won’t be much difference. They will use S. 2611, the bill that was passed by the Senate last year. This is the legislation that has wording which provides for a “common security perimeter” around North America (America, Canada, and Mexico). This is the key to integrating these three nations into a North American Union.
“Now it appears that the Senate is giving up on hammering out a new bill and will reintroduce S. 2611…” the 2006 version, according to visalaw.com. March 18,2007
Yesterday, “Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) and Jeff Flake (R-AZ) introduced the STRIVE Act… , which is the House’s big comprehensive reform bill for the year.” It will contain a few new items but “Most of the rest of the bill looks like it is coming from last year’s Senate bill,…” (S.2611) http://www.visalaw.com/blog.html March 22, 2007
Both sides are speeding up their efforts to get this bill passed. Time is running out for our nation. You need to contact your Congressman now. Start with the House of Representatives where the opposition to the North American Union is much stronger.
If we fail to stop this criminal act, the FTAA (Free Trade Area of the Americas) is next on the agenda and will involve the merger of 34 nations of the Western Hemisphere, a project that Bush had wanted to complete by 2005. There are no provisions for labor or the environment in the FTAA draft. It will be a larger trading state, again for the benefit of corporations. Documentation is plentiful.
Info on S. 2611
SEC. 113, (3), (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.”
SEC. 114, (b), 1,2. The United States will help Mexico in securing its border with Belize and Guatemala, completing the common security perimeter around North America.
S. 2611, go to http://www.govtrack.us/congress/billtext.xpd?bill=s109-2611