“We’re now one of the largest Spanish-speaking nations in the world. We’re a major source of Latin music, journalism, and culture. Just go to Miami, or San Antonio, Los Angeles, Chicago, or West New York, New Jersey…and close your eyes and listen. You could just as easily be in Santo Domingo or Santiago or San Miguel de Allende. For years, our nation has debated this change-some have praised it and others have resented it. By nominating me, my party has made a choice to welcome the new (Latin) America. [George Bush in a speech in Miami, Florida on August 25, 2000.]
The borders could have been secured and those 6 million illegal immigrants who arrived here during Bush’s term would still be in Mexico and America would be much better off today. But Bush has made it clear by his words and inaction that he opposes efforts to control our borders, especially with Mexico. And yet, there are people who still offer solutions for shutting down the unchecked flood of Mexicans crossing our southern border, saying “if only Bush would do this.”
Make a note. George Bush doesn’t want to secure our borders. He has a plan designed by corporate America, called the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP). He and the leaders of Mexico and Canada agreed to integrate all three nations into an economic union of North America at a meeting in Waco, Texas on March 23, 2005. It is to be a free trade showcase for the rest of the hemisphere, a prelude to that united “corporation” of the Americas. [National Review, July 23, 2001, Bush’s Latin Beat: A vision, but a faulty one-George W. Bush seeks united Americas to compete with Europe and Far East, John O’Sullivan]
The SPP goal is to enable workers from the United States, Mexico, and Canada to “live and work” anywhere in North America for cheap wages. This new union would have “improve[d] labor mobility within the continent” of North America, with a target date of 2010. [CFR plan , pp. 19,26,27,28, see below]
Go just about anywhere in America and you will have no problem finding illegal aliens from Mexico living and working here. By allowing this saturation of our nation with cheap Mexican labor, Americans (younger Americans) will consider this the norm after years of North American indoctrination by the schools and media. [See ‘Indoctrinating Americans to Think North America’, April 28, 2007, this blog]
When that common security perimeter ( allowing relaxed internal borders) has been established around North America as a result of Congressional legislation, ie. another immigration bill, the face of what used to be our nation will change forever. Demographically, the Latinization and disintegration of America will continue throughout this century.
During that time, the former United States of America and the world will experience neither security nor prosperity.