24 maj, 2006

Union - nu også i Nordamerika

San Francisco Cronicle kunne for tre dage siden fortælle, at hver tiende mexikaner nu befinder sig i USA. Når det drejer sig om arbejdsstyrken er det hver syvende. Af de godt 10 millioner mexikanere i USA er flertallet illegale indvandrere. Når nu USA faktisk har lovgivning der, hvis viljen var der, kunne gøre noget ved problemet med de illegale, hvor for sker der så ikke noget? WorldNetDaily har fundet en god forklaring. Konklusionen:

At the March 2005 meeting at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, President Bush, President Fox of Mexico and Canada's Prime Minister Paul Martin announced a joint decision to form a tri-lateral partnership named "The Security Prosperity Partnership of North America," or SPP.

As outlined in a May 2005 Council on Foreign Relations task force report entitled "Building a North American Community," the goal of the SPP is to move toward the creation of a North American Union in which the borders between the U.S. and Mexico and between the U.S. and Canada will be erased, permitting free movement of people, capital and trade within the three countries. The U.S. Department of Commerce has established a website to document the extensive work that has been done since March 2005 to advance the North American Union agenda.

Conservative critics of President Bush have found it difficult to comprehend why the administration has fought so hard to avoid securing our border with Mexico. The Dubai Ports World deal also troubled conservative critics who said the Bush administration was more interested in global business ties with Dubai than U.S. port security.

If we continue to "follow the money," we begin to see that the Bush administration may well be following a globalist agenda to create a North American Union, which would be consistent with nearly unregulated migration of people from Mexico to the United States.

Earlier this year, the nation debated which was more important – allowing Dubai Ports World to acquire P&O, or U.S. port security? We may be seeing a similar debate take shape over illegal immigration. Which is more important now? Allowing unrestrained movement of people, capital and trade in an emerging North American Union, or securing our southern border with Mexico from a continuing invasion of illegal aliens?

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