SOURCE: The Canadian
The North American Union is a plan to unify Canada, Mexico and the United States. First, through super-highways like The Trans-Texas Corridor followed by the NAFTA super highway which will reach into the very heart of the United States.
Yes, a new flag has apparently been created and approved by the North American Parliament. Bye, bye, the Canadian Maple Leaf, and America’s ‘Old Glory’: the red, white and blue.
Eventually the plan is to completely unify the three countries, government, economy, and all. Notice that this is not something you are hearing about on the nightly news. For middle America the idea is a surprisingly new one, although it has been in the works for a very long time. Any information right now is centered on Texas, because the Trans-Texas Corridor is the foot in the door for NAU, and after all, it is only one state.
The North American Union will effectively erase borders with Canada and Mexico. It is laid out in a plan created in March of 2005, in Waco, Texas where President Bush met with Canadian Prime Minister, Paul Martin and Mexican President, Vincente Fox. The plan is called The Security and Prosperity.
The agenda for a North American Union is underway and a new security perimeter deal will blur the lines at the border and further erode the sovereignty of Canadians and Americans.
John Manley, former Deputy Prime Minister in the Paul Martin Liberal Government is a co-author of this book. The North American Union architects have used the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to try and legitimize the take over of Canada by U.S. interests as a “logical outcome” of the terms of NAFTA. The CFR website openly endorses the Conservative Party of Canada under Stephen Harper, alluding to his government having an alleged mandate to transform Canada substantively into a U.S. colony by implementing the recommendations of the CFR, book Building a North American Community.
Stephen Harper and Barack Obama are scheduled to meet to formally consolidate their NAU agenda.
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