Just to refresh your memory, Barack Obama did tell a group in Powder Springs, Georgia that “You need to make sure your child can speak Spanish.” (July 9, 2008)
Obama knows, and you should know, that Spanish will be the dominant language in the U.S. long before this century ends. It’s the result of the current administration and corporate America’s search for cheap labor, their support for multiculturalism and their efforts to integrate the North American continent. It’s designed to divide the people, keep wages low and the opposition quiet. That means no assimilation required in a continent in which everyone is a citizen of North America. This also coincides with the reconquista, the attempt by Mexican citizens to reconquer, by demographic dominance, the Southwest U.S. and beyond. (See Mexification of America) [Photo: Mexicans and even some Mexican/Americans proclaim that the Southwest U.S. belongs to Mexico and they are taking it back. But no one is listening.]
The system for teaching Americans to speak Spanish in an integrated North America can be found in an article on a U.S. Department of State website with a link to the Council on Foreign Relations Task Force plan for Building a North American Community. The plan, according to the State Department article, is a “road map” for the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP). It would ‘transform North America into a trading area that allows for the seamless movement of goods, increased labor mobility and energy security.” (From the U.S. State Department article)
Each nation in the SPP has ministers to oversee working groups (the center for the project is the U.S. Department of Commerce) as they coordinate efforts to harmonize rules, standards and policies plus integrate all sectors of the three economies and security (police , military). (Photo: Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez)
Legislation has been introduced, hidden in other bills (immigration bills) that would link the outer perimeter of the three nations and open up the internal borders for people and commerce between Mexico and the United States and Canada and the United States.
Our ministers for the SPP are Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff and Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez. Council on Foreign Relations member Rice is fully involved with the CFR plan and had the article favorable to this integrated corporate “trading area” displayed on her site since 2005 but cut the link after several articles were published by me connecting the dots. I managed to save the article and link and published a reprint in the next paragraph. ( Also see the SPP government document on ministers report to leaders)
To see the document on teaching Spanish to Americans plus other methods to be used to indoctrinate younger Americans to think of themselves as North Americans, go to State Department, read the article and click on “full text” at the bottom of the page. Then click on English version, 295 K PDF. Page numbers listed below can be found on this CFR document.The first step in the indoctrination of America’s youth and those of Canada and Mexico is to:
Support a North American Education Program.
Under “What we should do now.”
“Create a major scholarship fund for undergraduate and graduate students to study in the other North American countries and to learn the region’s three languages…it would lead to some 60,000 Mexican students studying in the United States and Canada, and comparable numbers of Canadian and American students studying in another North American country. (CFR plan, p. 29)
“We urge that state, provincial and federal governments begin funding such scholarships now. One possible approach would be to expand existing Fulbright programs. The scholarships should include ‘language immersion’ courses in each of the three countries, in Spanish, French, and English, and should encourage students to study in all three countries” (CFR plan, p. 29)
Develop a network of centers for North American studies.
“The European Union (EU) provides substantial funding for EU centers in fifteen universities in the United States, as well as twelve Jean Monnet Chairs…We recommend that the three governments open a competition and provide grants to universities in each of the three countries to promote courses, education, and research on North America and assist elementary and secondary schools in teaching about North America. They could also administer scholarship programs.” (CFR plan, p.29)
Promote Internet-based learning within North America. (CFR plan, pp. 29,30)
Develop teacher exchange and training programs for elementary and secondary school teachers.
“This would assist in removing language barriers and give some students a greater sense of a North American identity. Greater efforts should also be made to recruit Mexican language teachers to teach Spanish in the United States and Canada.” (CFR plan, p.30)
There are a number of universities in all three nations that teach about North America, including continental integration. One, American University, has a program run by Robert Pastor, one of the co-chairs of the CFR plan for Building a North American Community.
It participates, along with Universities in Mexico and Canada, in a Triumvirate, an annual model North American Parliament. Students meet and decide on legislation for North America. These are the future leaders of the continent. (Photo: Students from Canada, Mexico and the United States meet each year to debate and pass legislation in a model North American Parliament.)
The march toward our destiny, a meaningless geographical area, filled with a divided, desperate population and run by soulless corporations for profit, moves on.