Bill Richardson: Immigration Amnesty, North American Merger

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Dec 162008

NOTE: Bill Richardson withdrew his nomination to be commerce secretary because of an ongoing “investigation into his ties with a California company that won municipal bond business in New Mexico after contributing money to various Richardson causes.” CNN 01/04/09

Barack Obama has assembled a group of comprehensive immigration advocates who will push an amnesty bill for the 12-20 million illegal aliens (mostly Mexican) presently draining America’s resources. Obama hopes to have it passed soon after taking office.

Just what our nation needs, millions of third world poverty cases, with their many dependents and relatives flowing across the border when our economy has collapsed and millions of Americans are out of work or about to be replaced by cheap foreign labor. But that, of course, is the goal of our corporations and their allies in Congress.

Bill Richardson, chosen to replace Carlos Gutierrez as the new Secretary of Commerce, is Bill Richardson supports amnesty for illegals and the integration of North America.half Mexican and supports open borders, an amnesty bill for his “people,” and will take over the task of integrating North America into a trading region for the benefit of corporations- the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America.

Richardson spent part of his childhood living in Mexico. Much of his constituency speaks Spanish and he likes to communicate to them in their language while giving a speech. After being introduced by President elect Obama, he finished with a message to his amigos:

“To our Latino community, thank you for your support and confidence. Thank you for your votes for our candidate, who is now our president-elect. As he told us ‘Yes we can.’ Our vote has been our voice. This election has demonstrated our strength and our unity. We have to continue fighting for our rights (includes illegals), while we pursue the American dream for everyone. To the millions of people of America, Latin America and the Caribbean, we must strengthen our ties and remember the importance of a united hemisphere.”  See video.

Richardson is talking about the Spanish speaking people of America, Latin America and the Caribbean, not the white Europeans who now make America their home. The united hemisphere is meant literally, a trading region where Spanish is the language spoken.

On Latino USA radio, he spoke about comprehensive immigration in 1996:

“These are changing political times where our basic foundations and programs are being attacked. Illegal and legal immigration unfairly attacked. We have to band together and that means Latinos in Florida, Cuban-Americans, Mexican-Americans, Puerto Ricans, South Americans-we have to network better-we have to be more politically minded-we have to put aside party and think of ourselves as Latinos, as Hispanics, more than we have in the past.” (And not Americans)

During his run for president, Richardson spoke often about his stand on the illegals. On Meet the Press, May 27, 2007 he talked about the border fence:

“No, it hasn’t worked. This wall is a terrible symbol between the two countries that are friends. If we have a 10-foot wall, there’ll be 11-foot ladders going over that wall.”

Speaking before the “progressive think tank and advocacy organization NDN,” he said:

“We need comprehensive immigration reform in this country–one that includes a path to legalization…” (Oct. 27, 2007)

The National Council of La Raza (the race) and other Latino groups, including those who want to reclaim Aztlan, consisting of the Southwest United States, their “homeland,” all supported Richardson for President in 2008.

Ernesto Cienfuegos covered the illegal alien marches of 2006 in Los Angeles for the website “” According to Cienfuegos, the Grand Marcha meant:

“…that we now have the numbers, the political will and the organizational skills to direct our own destinies and not be subservient to the White and Jewish power structures. It means that we can undertake bigger and more significant mass actions to achieve total political and economic liberation.

“Eventually labor union power can merge with immigrant civil rights and “Immigrant Sanctuary” movements to enable us to either form a new political power or to do heavy duty reforming of the existing Democratic Party…The next and final steps would follow and that is to elect our own governors of all the states within Aztlan.”  (Richardson was Governor of New Mexico, part of Aztlan.)

Richardson is the honorary President of the North American Institute. The institute’s About section had this segment:

“Canada, the United States and Mexico are increasingly tied together in an evolving and The North American Institute works toward the integration of North Americacomplex trinational relationship…while they integrate, these three large federal states are undergoing rapid internal changes, which also affect the emerging North American Community.” (Another name for the community is a union, as in the European Union.)   

Richardson will be one of three SPP ministers who meet with the North American Competitiveness Council in order to discuss the plans they have for merging the three NAFTA nations into a corporate trading region for the continent- the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America. The road map for the SPP is the Council on Foreign Relations plan for building a North American Community. 

Members of the American NACC are appointed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and is made up of 10 CEOs  from companies such as General Motors and Campbell Soup Company. Canada and Mexico also have 10 members each. They meet with their ministers and leaders to have their “advice” carried out by executive orders or legislation. In the U.S. these projects are sometimes hidden in legislation, for example, in the U.S. Congress, through comprehensive immigration bills.

Geri Word, who heads the working groups putting together part of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America at the U.S. Department of Commerce, told me on December 15th that she doesn’t know what changes, if any, are going to be made with the SPP under the new administration. As of now, though, it’s business as usual. 

Barack Obama hasn’t mentioned if he opposes the “economic” merger of North America and, following that, the integration of the Western Hemisphere into a trading region like the European Union. Seems odd, doesn’t it? The EU now has a constitution which, if the 27  governments agree, will exercise sovereignty over all member nations.

Obama has said that he doesn’t oppose NAFTA or trade agreements but wants protection for workers and the environment. He voted for the Peru trade agreement, even though the head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce supported it because he said the agreement had no enforceable mechanisms for labor or the environment. It appears that Obama was mistaken.

He will, however, push for a comprehensive immigration bill (amnesty) when he assumes office. In a speech to the National Council of La Raza, Obama said:

“I will make it a top priority in my first year as President…because we have to finally bring those 12 million (up to 20 million) people out of the shadows…That’s why we need to offer those who are willing a pathway to citizenship.” 

Bill Richardson, Secretary of Commerce, Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State and Janet Napolitano, Secretary of Homeland Security support a comprehensive immigration plan. The current members of these cabinet posts are ministers of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America. They coordinate with their counterparts in Canada and Mexico and the leaders of the three nations as well as the NACC in order to complete the integration of the continent.

We’ll see what happens.

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