Obama’s Amnesty Bill: Changing America’s Border and launching a North American Community

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Dec 312009
 

The new amnesty bill about to be considered in 2010 is a Trojan horse aimed at the deep integration of North America. It specifies that a “common security perimeter” will Public private partnerships are in the process of developing transportation corridors for North America.be established around North America, eventually opening up the interior borders between Canada and the United States and between Mexico and the United States. America will become part of a continental trading region, complete with unelected regional governing institutions.

The bill that will seal our nation’s fate if passed is H.R.4321, The Comprehensive Immigration Reform ASAP Act of 2009. The sponsor is Representative Solomon Ortiz [TX-27]. The major author is Luis V. Gutierrez [IL-4]. Further details and link below.

When President Obama met with Prime Minister Harper of Canada and President Calderon of Mexico in Guadalajara on August 10th 2009, I wrote that the leaders agreed to continue George Bush’s integration of North America. The pattern they are following is that of the European Union. The member nations are currently deciding on a constitution for the EU without the consent of the people. Instead, each national parliament is deciding the matter.

Those nations that approve the EU constitution must change their constitutions to comply with that of the EU. Meanwhile, the Obama administration would like to modify two items in our Bill of Rights, the First and Second Amendments. In an integrated, interdependent world, all regions would conform to one standard.

Since 2005, one security bill and most comprehensive immigration bills mandated that a common security perimeter be established around North America. But all failed to pass. To establish this perimeter each affected nation must have operational control of their borders.

First visit H.R.4321 and go to Sec. 143:

Sec. 143. Reports on Improving the Exchange of Information on North American Security.

(a) Requirement for reports – Not later than one year after the date of enactment of this Act, and annually therafter, the Secretary of State, in coordination with the Secretary (Homeland Security) and the heads of the appropriate Federal agencies, shall submit to Congress a report on the status of improvements to information exchange related to the security of North America.

(b) Contents – Each report submitted under subsection (a) shall contain a description of the following:

(3) VISA POLICY COORDINATION AND IMMIGRATION SECURITY – The progress made by Canada, Mexico, and the United States to enhance the security of North America by cooperating on visa policy and identifying best practices regarding immigration security, including the progress made–

(C) in exploring methods for Canada, Mexico, and the United States to waive visa requirements for nationals and citizens of the same foreign countries;

(D) in developing and implementing an immigration security strategy for North America that works toward the development of a common security perimeter by enhancing technical assistance programs and systems to support advance automated reporting and risk targeting of international passengers.

If you land anywhere in North America, you’re good to go.

The reason for this perimeter is explained in a U.S. Department of State article by Judy Aita on May 18, 2005, two months after the North American leaders met in Waco, Texas and agreed to integrate (aka NAFTA Plus) under the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America. The article describes a road map for “the establishment by 2010 of a security and economic community for North America…” It didn’t happen because all of the immigration bills failed to pass.

Excerpts from the article:

“Establishment by 2010 of a security and economic community for North America is an ambitious but achievable goal that is consistent with this principle and, more important, buttresses the goals and values of citizens of North America,…” You are now a citizen of North America, with the same values as those who invaded your nation and who dare you to stop them.

“The key recommendation…was for the three nations to move toward establishing a common security perimeter by 2010.”

“It is important for all three governments to commit themselves to security within that zone, thereby alleviating the need to build some barriers at our mutual borders…”

This means open borders and the ability for workers to “live and work” anywhere within the perimeter. No assimilation, no language requirements, citizenship optional.

Read the State Department article above and click on the link at the bottom. Under Building a North American Community, scroll down and click on English version, 295kPDF. This is the road map for North America. Some of the projects in this 32 page report have been completed by trinational working groups at the U.S Department of Commerce. In the past, this State Department article has been removed within a few days after publication. If this version meets the same fate, I will replace it with a reprint of the original. 

ATTENTION READERS: The warning I wrote above on December 31, 2009 has taken place. The link from the U.S. Department of State article by Judy Aita to the plan for Building a North American Community has been removed by the CFR site. The English version295kPDF is no longer there. (01/27/2010)

In order to provide you with the information needed to understand what your government and its partners are planning for our nation, I have provided a direct link to the PDF site of Building a North American Community. In the meantime we are working to provide a permanent solution to this continuing problem.

The Council on Foreign Relations plan for Building a North American Community (the road map) calls for this perimeter on page 8:

What we should do now

Establish a common security perimeter by 2010. The governments of Canada, Mexico, and the United States should articulate as their long-term goal a common security perimeter for North America…We believe that these measures should be extended to include a commitment to common approaches toward international negotiations on the global movement of people, cargo, and vessels (in progress). Like free trade a decade ago, a common security perimeter for North America is an ambitious but achievable goal that will require specific policy, statutory, and procedural changes in all three nations.

This is taking place without the knowledge or approval of the American citizens. 

Note that operational control of the international land borders of the U.S. will be by a primarily virtual fence. Under H.R. 4321, Sec. 102. Improvement of Operational Control of Border.

(b) Priority of Methods- In carrying out the requirements of subsection (a), the Secretary of Homeland Security shall, where practicable, give first priority to the use of remote cameras, sensors, removal of nonnative vegetation, incorporation of natural barriers, additional manpower, unmanned aerial vehicles, or other low impact border enforcement techniques.

As you might have noticed, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Secretary of Napolitano's virtual security perimeter will open up North America to the free flow of commerce and people, exactly like the European Union.Homeland Security Janet Napolitano are responsible for achieving operational control of our land borders, working in coordination with Canada and Mexico.

The 2007 Merida Initiative, passed by the U.S. Congress, is helping Mexico gain operational control of its borders, including its southern border with Belize and Guatemala, the southern part of the common security perimeter.

For your reference, you may want to check out past failed legislation that provides for this security perimeter:

North American Cooperative Security Act 2005, S.853.

Sec. 3, (7), (E): Reference to “a common security perimeter.”

Sec. 5: United States to help Mexico secure its border with Belize and Guatemala.

Comprehensive Immigration bill, S.2611. Then click on version S.2611.ES.

Sec. 113, (3), (E): Reference to “a common security perimeter.”

Sec. 114, (b), (1,2): Improving the Security of Mexico’s Southern Border. The United States and Canada would help Mexico secure its border with Belize and Guatemala.

Once again, this North American Community is replacing three sovereign nations with a trading region run by supranational institutions. Its “boundaries will be defined by a common external tariff and an outer security perimeter within which the movement of people, products, and capital will be legal, orderly, and safe. Its goal will be to guarantee a free, just, and prosperous North America.  (The CFR plan for Building a North American Community, page 3.)

The evidence, as they say, is crystal clear. If H.R.4321 passes Congress, there’s no turning back. And there won’t be much history left for America. We will not make it out of this century. 

UPDATE:

One source has said that a comprehensive immigration bill by Senators Charles Schumer and  Lindsey Graham will be offered, possibly in February of 2010, and will be the one to watch. 01/05/2010.