Corporations and the Death of America

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Nov 042006

“I see in the near future a crisis approaching that unnerves me and causes me to tremble for the safety of my country. As a result of the war, corporations have been enthroned and an era of corruption in high places will follow, and the money power of the country will endeavor to prolong its reign by working upon the prejudices of the people until all wealth is aggregated in a few hands and the Republic is destroyed.” Abraham Lincoln

Corporations have tried to take control of our government since the beginning of the Republic. But in the last three decades, they have made great progress in destroying American sovereignty enroute to a hemispheric and , eventual, world government that is connected and run by trade agreements. They are using the method suggested by Council on Foreign Relations member Richard Gardner in 1974, which is, not by an “old fashioned frontal assault”, but by “an end run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece”.

Meanwhile a merger of America, Canada, and Mexico into a North American Union is being put together in secret at the Department of Commerce. It will be a trading state for multinational corporations and is scheduled to be operational by 2010. Members of Congress (Republicans) have quietly sponsored a number of bills that would speed up the process, such as establishing a common security perimeter around all three nations so that the borders could be opened and citizens of the member states could “live and work” in any part of the union. [See S. 853, Congressmen Who Betray America, ]

Part of this job of constructing a North American Union requires millions of Mexicans to continue to enter America and take American jobs for cheap wages, thus making the union more competitive with third world countries (already happening). That is the corporate plan. It will destroy the American middle class and eliminate any political opposition. You can’t protest because in order to feed your family you must compete with millions of foreign workers for low wage jobs with no benefits, no job security and your employer also runs the government.

In addition, George Bush needs at least 60 million more immigrant workers over the next 20 years to pay into Social Security for the baby boomers who will be retiring soon. He will get that and much more because the floodgates will be open to Mexicans when the “Comprehensive Immigration Bill” is passed by the new Democrat Congress, in alliance with the group of Republicans who betrayed America.

This new corporate trading state (from the CFR blueprint, Building a North American Community), will be run by trade agreeements, unelected bureaucrats, tribunals, and corporate organizations such as the NACC (North American Competitiveness Council), that was recently “institutionalized”.

Each member state of this union has a council, with 10 CEOS (unelected) who will meet with their counterparts and decide policy beneficial to the corporations. Each council will then meet with their member state’s ministers, (in the U.S.) Secretaries of Commerce and Homeland Security, other senior officials and the leader of their respective member state.

These business leaders will “advise” the government leaders “…on issues of immediate importance and provide high-level, strategic, medium to long term advice.” The list of topics is unlimited. That could be anything from planning and zoning to foreign policy. 

Prime Minister Harper of Canada made it clear who is running America and the other two member states at a meeting in Cancun, Mexico on March 31, 2006 with CEOs of the NACC.

‘We committed to further engage the private sector. We’ve agreed to set up a North American Competitiveness Council, made up of business leaders from all three countries, to advise us on ways to improve the competitiveness of our economies. They will meet with our ministers, identify priorities, and make sure we follow up and implement them.”

It means that the unelected CEOs of the NACC are, even now, deciding what regulations and laws should be changed or implemented by the three governments to benefit multinational corporations, without thought for the citizens of their respective nations. Indeed, the people of America, or “human capital”, as the trade agreements refer to people, will have the most to lose from this overthrow of our constitutional republic.

The corporate/government cabal wants to break up our nation so that this corporate union can be put in place without resistance. They are doing this by destroying the American culture and thus the cohesiveness of our citizens.Their method has been to push multiculturalism in the schools, workplace, and media, encouraging different groups to maintain their language and culture. Remember that idiotic Orwellian slogan ‘Diversity is Our Strength’?

Unfortunately, in the case of Mexico, it has worked well. Mexicans are taught that the United States stole the Southwest part of America from Mexico in the Mexican/American War of 1848. Today, 57% of Mexicans believe that land belongs to them and they don’t need a passport to cross the border. They also have a hatred for gringos (white European Americans) and constantly make this known through marches and demonstrations. They want gringos to return to Europe.

They feel empowered since the U.S. government has done little or nothing to stop the long-running invasion of illegal aliens across our border. Now they are talking about taking back all of America by demographic dominance. These invaders can feel victory. With the corporations, Republicans, and Democrats falling all over themselves to help this invasion along, they can’t lose. Go anywhere in America. Illegals have spread like a malignant cancer across the nation. They live, work, commit cimes, and drain the welfare system, seemingly without consequences.

Within the next three decades the United States will be well on its way to Balkanization. The western part of America will be lost. Other parts of the nation will also be Latinized. If you don’t speak Spanish, you don’t work.

There will be growing violence as diverse groups, who finally realize that diversity is divisive, fight to survive in a land without direction. Your constitution will no longer be supreme and your government can only pass laws that don’t conflict with regulations put out by the union’s bureaucrats. The country that used to be America will become a polluted, overcrowded land, short on vital resources like water (privatized for profit by corporations along with most other public services). And crime will be commonplace.

“As in the failed communist experiment, in the utopian world envisioned by the globalist Bolsheviks there are no people, only workers and consumers who serve the almighty economy. Like the world promised by Marx and Lenin, the utopia promised by radical globalists will have no borders or other distinctions.”

…”The promised utopia of a world completely controlled by market forces will result in a tyranny of its own, because it fails to grasp the essential reality that human beings are driven by more than their desire for consumer goods. We are a much more complex species, driven by many powerful and often contradictory impulses. [1]

The future for America and its citizens is bleak.The corporate takeover of our nation marks the end of a great experiment in governing. Despite its flaws, our constitutional republic was the best hope for humanity, a great melting pot where citizens were free to pursue their dreams as individuals, a place where good wages, working conditions, and benefits allowed workers and their families the opportunity to learn, to contribute to society, to form bonds with their neighbors, their community, and their nation.

Americans belonged to a nation in which they were proud to be citizens. They felt the pain when their country was attacked and their fellow Americans died. They were ready to give up their lives to defend it. That spirit still burned within, much like the men who signed the Declaration of Independence, when they declared in the closing line “…we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor.”[1]

What will the corporate CEOs bring us? A world in which greed is the only reason for our existence. A world where a constant gloom, a world weariness fills our daily lives because we know, deep inside, we can never get it back.

  1. Ira Melhlman, Grand Delusions: Open Borders Will Destroy Society, August 23, 2005, World & I.
  2. See ‘Corporate CEOs Now Govern America’? 
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