Secretary of State Clinton, along with her counterparts from Mexico and Canada, made it clear that the integration of North America into a trading region is on the agenda for President Obama and the leaders of Canada and Mexico at the North American Leaders’ Summit in Guadalajara, Mexico on August 9th and 10th. The summit will also include expansion of the “global agenda” as it relates to North America.
Secretary of State Clinton, one of the (SPP) ministers for the United States, was the host for the ministers from Mexico and Canada on July 16, 2009. The purpose of their “North American Trilateral Meeting” was to prepare an agenda for the upcoming leaders’ summit.
At the conclusion of their working session, the three ministers delivered remarks on the scope of the upcoming summit. These carefully prepared remarks describe the mission ahead as the completion of an integrated North American region which will be linked to a larger, global agenda.
Secretary (Minister) Clinton:
“This is what I was speaking about yesterday in my speech, the kind of partnership that the United States is very committed to not only building, but in this case, really deepening and broadening. The partnership between our nations and our entire North American region has such enormous potential to enhance safety and opportunity for our citizens as well as health and prosperity. And we are focused on our shared assets and values, particularly our dynamic economies and our creative hardworking citizens, to make North America the most prosperous, safest, and competitive region in the world.”
These trading regions would be linked to each other by trade agreements and a world based on international law. The regions would be governed by various International (global) institutions and agreements covering different topics; the environment, nuclear disarmament, the International Criminal Court.
Remarks from Mexico, Foreign Minister Espinosa:
“During our conversations, I expressed my agreement with Secretary Clinton as well as Minister Lawrence from Canada. We agreed on the importance of continuing to push forward in our region with mechanisms for cooperation that respond to a very clear mandate from our leaders. We should make use of our positive experience in trilateral cooperation. We should have a more strategic approach, a deeper approach, and also an approach that allows us to truly have results for families in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico so that they may benefit from our relationship.” (Trilateral cooperation and a deeper approach means maximum integration.)
“I feel that it is very important that this meeting between the foreign ministers has allowed us to expand on the regional and global agenda. This is a definitive moment internationally (The economic crisis is a chance to pursue new global mechanisms for governance).
“So consultations between the three countries of North America are extremely important so that we can be more influential and so that we can promote the value that we share, as Secretary Clinton has stated. We have agreed to push forward with this agreement, to have a systematic approach to this engagement, so that we can contribute in a more siginificant fashion toward building a world that is more fair, that is cleaner, and that is more balanced.” Translated: a new world order of global governance.
“As a region, we have been able to promote our position and we have been able to show that the way out of this crisis that affects everyone is by acting together. We have worked in this joint fashion in order to CONSOLIDATE the region as a space for trade and economic exchange that is benefit to all.”
CONSOLIDATE: Synonyms: unite, unify, become one, combine, merge.
President Obama has had a “change” of heart from candidate Obama when, during the election campaign, he said he would renegotiate NAFTA. In February of 2009, in a press conference with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper of Canada, President Obama said:
“Now is the time where we have to be very careful about any signs of protectionism.” He also promised “that the US will meet its international trade obligations”, such as NAFTA.
Obama is ready to embrace global governance with new agreements and institutions that would transfer United States sovereignty in a number of areas to this New World Order.
“In a document submitted in May to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Obama declared support for ratification of 17 treaties, including CEDAW (Convention on the Elimination of All forms of Discrimination against Women) and the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).
“U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice has stated publicly that the administration is examining how to get the children’s rights treaty ratified as well (Convention on the Rights of the Child). This treaty guarantees a child’s right to play and outlaws spanking as a form of discipline. A group called Parentalrights.org is so fearful of the treaty that it has launched a campaign for a parental rights amendment to the U.S. Constitution…”
Hillary Clinton’s state department is filled with those who support a world based on international law and a system of global institutions exercising sovereignty over formerly sovereign nations. And they are, under Clinton’s guidance, currently formulating and implementing their strategies.
Harold Koh, “the State Department’s top legal adviser, once argued that U.S. federal judges-including the Supreme Court-are the ‘critical link’ between international and domestic law and play a critical role in bringing international norms into focus as domestic law.”
Koh, who is a transnationalist, says: “The transnationalists believe that U.S. courts can and should use their interpretive powers to promote the development of a global legal system, while the nationalists tend to claim that U.S. courts should limit their attention to the development of a national system.”
“Frank Gaffney, president of the Center for Security Policy…told CNSNews.com that Koh’s views mean that the Constitution is no longer the highest standard by which federal judges examine U.S. laws.”
“He espouses a fairly radical theory that the U.S. Consitution, and the laws that flow from it, must be only one source of juriprudence for American courts as they seek to decide cases.
“This is a staggering departure from the view that we have a system of laws and they’re made by people who are elected by the people of this country to represent them, and that they are signed into law by a president of the United States who is elected…This is a radical idea, a radical agenda.” (An illegal agenda.)
This radical agenda is being implemented as you read this. Hillary Clinton made it clear that she and Anne Marie Slaughter, who is an expert on global governance and who wrote the 2004 scholarly work, ‘A New World Order’, are in fact, proceeding to do just that. See highlighted “global agenda” above.
The United States and the European Union are already linked with an agreement signed by George Bush and Angela Merkel of the European Union on April 30, 2007. It is a transatlantic economic partnership with plans for a political framework by 2015. Canada and Mexico are also in the process of completing similar agreements with the EU. See ‘Bush: Integration with the European Union and a world based on International Law”, July 26, 2008, this blog.
When these regions are integrated they will be based on international law. The model for this harmonization of law is the EU, which has important differences from the U.S. Our constitution will be changed and the Obama team is busy trying to bring about this “change”.
Under global governance, there will be no First Amendent and no Second Amendment. The European Union has limited free speech. That includes the internet. They have criminal provisions for those who say something offensive to another group or person, even if it’s justified criticism. Or, like the professor who gave a speech stating that the holocaust never happened. He was sentenced to 3 years in prison for making a statement that wasn’t true.
To see what our Free Speech will look like, check out the UN International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, Article 19.
As for the Second Amendment, it will not be allowed under this new type of governance. The Obama supporters in congress are busy submitting new ways to disarm American citizens. The latest is H.R. 45, proposed by Rep. Bobby Rush, Democrat.
This “change” Obama talked about is a different version of the same nightmare we’ve experienced the last decade. It’s a full court press to end what millions of Americans have fought and died for. They even died in wars for leaders with less than noble causes, believing it was their patriotic duty. And now the ruling elites have destroyed the American worker, looted our savings and forced us to reward them for their greed with tax money we can’t afford.
Finally, they’re destroying our sovereign nation and leaving us adrift, with no identity and nothing left to believe in.