John McCain, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and winner of the South Carolina primary, is the most dangerous threat to the future of the United States. He will, if elected President, finish the deconstruction of our nation, which was initiated by George Bush.
Under McCain, the 20 million illegal immigrants will be given amnesty, many more trade agreements will be signed, more American factories will move to South America and Asia, more cheap labor (guest worker and visa work programs in amnesty bills) will pour into our nation, American workers’ wages and benefits will be reduced, diminishing the difference between the U.S. and Mexico (see CFR plan, pp. 27, 28), and the economic union of North America will advance due to legislation embedded in amnesty bills (H.R. 1645, the STRIVE ACT being the current one). John McCain is on record (by word and deed) as supporting all of the above. (Photo: McCain assures Bush that he will continue the madness.) 
In addition, he will continue to maintain American forces around the world, further draining our treasury while having our men and women killed and maimed for a world united by trade agreements, serving the needs of our global corporations. McCain has stated that he could see our forces in Iraq for a “HUNDRED YEARS.” (see video)
McCain, a free trader, recently told Michigan voters that “The displaced worker programs we have are not working…They’re designed for the 1950s, with the idea that after a while [workers will] go back to their old jobs. These jobs are not coming back.”
Those Michigan voters who supported McCain made a huge mistake. He came to finish off the auto industry (as we know it), not save it. The only jobs Michigan workers would get are those paying much less than the auto industry. Since many jobs , including hi-tech, are being transferred to the third world, I would ask McCain what jobs would be left to train for.
Obviously, his supporters haven’t checked his pro-corporate, free trade, pro-immigration, anti-worker record, including his voting record on immigration and free trade agreements.
Under a McCain administration, most of the automotive assembly jobs will leave, outsourced to Mexico where the top pay for automotive workers is $3.50 per hour. The big three automakers and companies from Asia and Europe have established plants there. Any automotive jobs left in America will pay low wages, with little or no benefits in order to compete with the third world. McCain wants to unleash corporations from government regulations and let them run, not only America, but eventually the entire Western Hemisphere.
Remember, we are dealing with transnational corporations now. American corporations with loyalty to America and its workers no longer exist. Their loyalty is to their corporation’s bottom line worldwide. American workers will become free agents, free to compete against cheap labor from Mexico and the rest of the third world.
McCain has vowed to continue the Bush policy of establishing free trade agreements around the world and to integrate the 34 nations of the Western Hemisphere into a corporate trading region, which would be run by unelected bureaucrats, exercising sovereignty over the member States.
Read “John McCain will integrate the Western Hemisphere if Elected President” (12/22/2007) with a link to his speech posted on the Council on Foreign Relations website.
As a prelude to this trading region of the Western Hemisphere, McCain has worked diligently to implement the integration of North America. In fact, wording in most of the “comprehensive” immigration bills over the last two years, if passed, would have set in motion the construction of a “common security perimeter” around North America. This common security perimeter can be found in the Council on Foreign Relations Task Force plan for Building a North American Community, which was published on a U.S. Department of State website ( NOTE: the site is no longer available but can be accessed at two sites, here and here) along with a press release from the task force. The plan is described as a blueprint for the SPP (Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America), which was SIGNED by George Bush, Vicente Fox of Mexico and P.M. Paul Martin of Canada at Waco, Texas on March 23, 2005. (read both links at bottom)
McCain has cosponsored immigration and other bills (all failed to pass) that have ordered the construction of this perimeter. Examples are: S.853, North American Cooperative Security Act of 2006 and S. 2611, Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2006, Sec.111(a), Sec.112(a), Sec.113(3)(E), Sec.114.
In addition, H.R. 1645, the Strive Act of 2007, similar to S.2611, has the same wording: Sec.111(a), 112(a), Sec.113(3)(E), Sec.121. It’s currently in committee, waiting for the right moment to sneak it through.
The North American Competitiveness Council, consisting of CEOs (Wal-Mart, Lockheed Martin Corporation, UPS…) also asked for the common security perimeter, essential for the integration of North America to go forward. It would result in a “virtual fence” around the continent, including the maritime borders.
Canada and Mexico are working on their part of the perimeter. A secure perimeter would allow the pre-clearance of cargo and foreign travelers at ports of entry in Canada, Mexico and the United States, permitting easy movement across the “transparent” internal borders of North America on super corridor multimodal highways. It would also make available cheap labor mobility throughout the continent. Citizens of North America would eventually be able to “live and work” (CFR plan, pp. 27,28) anywhere within the continental perimeter.
Elect John McCain and watch America wither away as its sovereignty is transferred to unelected corporate institutions (permanent trade tribunal, North American Competitiveness Council, which is operational now, and a parliament. (CFR plan pp. 31,32-see link above)
The American middle class will disappear. There will be no unity among the great teaming mass of angry diversity, every person fighting for whatever is available in a geographical area that used to contain a nation. No unity. No loyalty. No America.
“If the social bonds that hold the nation together are shattered, we will become slaves to destiny instead of masters of it. When people no longer believe that their nation and their society is loyal to them, social order will inevitably break down (and with it, ironically, the world’s economy itself).
“Far from promoting liberty and prosperity, a world without borders will inevitably lead to conflict, misery, and chaos-in other words, tyranny.” [Ira Mehlman, Grand Delusions: Open Borders Will Destroy Society, World & I, August 2005]
 With the link( CFR plan, pp.27,28), click on Building a North American Community Task Force Report May 2005, then click on English version.
Less Jobs. More Wars. JOHN McCAIN’s DOUBLE TALK EXPRESS. http://therealmccain.com