Barack Obama will attend the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America summit, now known as the “North American Leaders Summit”, on August 9th and 10th in Guadalajara, Mexico. He will meet with Mexican President Felipe Calderon and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper to discuss further integration of the continent, an agenda that remains a priority.
White House spokesman Robert Gibbs finally issued an email on the summit:
“The summit meeting will provide an opportunity for the United States, Mexico and Canada to engage on a broad range of issues, including economic recovery and competitiveness in North America, our shared interest in energy and the environment and cooperation among our governments to promote the safety and welfare of our citizens, including close cooperation to counter the A/H1N1 influenza pandemic.” Engage and cooperation: These words mean continued harmonization and integration.
President Calderon is as enthusiastic about this North American Union as former president Vicente Fox. Calderon said:
“In the coming two decades, I envision the whole North American region as a single region (a union) with a ‘free market’, not just in goods, services and investments, but a free labor market like the European Union.”
And that would mean an eventual North American constitution like the European Union Constitution.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, one of the current SPP ministers for the United States, was the host for her counterparts from Mexico and Canada on July 16, 2009. Their “Trilateral Ministerial Meeting” was to discuss an agenda for the upcoming leaders summit on the 9th and 10th of August. Nothing has changed about the SPP but those in charge are in the process of flushing any memory of the SPP in current official documents down the memory hole, ala George Orwell’s 1984. See the SPP, Deep Integration.
After the “North American Trilateral Ministerial” meeting the three ministers gave some information on the subjects of their session. The info clearly shows that the leaders’ meeting in Guadalajara will be all about North American integration and more.
Secretary (Minister) Clinton:
“This is an example of 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.” (North America-not America.)
And now from Mexico, Foreign Minister Espinosa:
“During our conversations, I expressed my agreement with Secretary Clinton as well as Minister Lawrence Cannon 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.” (Benefits from an integrated North American region, very much like the European Union.)
“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 engagement, to have a systematic approach to this engagement, so that we can contribute in a more significant 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 of benefit to all.”
CONSOLIDATE. Synonyms: unite, unify, become one, combine, merge.
A trading region of North America can’t be run by three governments meeting occasionally. That’s why the elements of a supranational government for North America have been proposed and one element, the North American Competitiveness Council (NACC) has been institutionalized. It is supplying “advice” and legislation that the three leaders of Canada, Mexico and the United States have been implementing since June of 2006.
Also on the agenda is a permanent trade tribunal for North America and an Inter-Parliamentary Group for North America, consisting of legislators from all three nations (who have already been meeting bi-laterally for years).
The NACC would provide an agenda for this parliament by submitting legislation. These NACC members are unelected CEOs, ten from each nation. The United States members are appointed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and are unaccountable to the citizens. Members for the U.S. NACC include: Campbell Soup Company, Chevron, General Motors Corporation, Met Life. Click here. The members of these three North American institutions are unelected but will control much of what happens in North America. That means they control what happens in the United States. It’s called sovereignty.
Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, speaking on CNBC, January 5, 2009, said:
“The president-elect is coming into office at a moment when there is upheaval in many parts of the world simultaneously…But he can give new impetus to American foreign policy partly because the reception of him is so extraordinary around the world. His task will be to develop an overall strategy for America in this period when, really, a New World Order can be created. It’s a great opportunity, it isn’t just a crisis.”
The new president and his administration, led by Hillary Clinton, are certainly going to give it their best efforts.
The fact is that anyone elected president would continue the process of integrating North America. It’s part of a system of regional and global governance that is being implemented now. There are a number of people in Congress and the administration who support this trading region of North America and they won’t take no for an answer. Those of us opposing this attempt to break up our sovereign republic need a plan B. However, I don’t think there ever was a coordinated plan A.
Otherwise, say hi to your fellow North Americans. Habla Espanol? They may seem a bit unfriendly at first but give them a chance. Remember: Diversity is our strength. Or was it, Diversity is divisive?