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If there’s nothing to it, why the concern (and the lies)?

March 27, 2007

The mainstream news media is ignoring it, but I’m seeing more and more concern over the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP). Originally sold to “we the people” as a means of addressing the global terrorism threat as well as enhancing the security, competitiveness and quality of life of each country’s citizens. This wolf in sheep’s clothing lays the framework for the establishment of a North American Union.

The Council on Foreign Relations prefers to call it a means of Building a North American Community. Two members of U.S. House of Representatives call it a North American Union. Congressman Ron Paul of Texas has written about the SPP. Congressman Tom Tancredo of Colorado has written extensively on America’s border and security issues.

Other members of Congress and Bush Administration officials dismiss talk of a North American Union as nothing more than conspiracy theories.

Nonetheless, twelve states are working on, or have considered legislation calling on the United States government to nix the North American Union or any other program that would lead to the integration of the United States into a larger structure. Bob Unruh wrote a piece for WorldNet Daily today stating that Idaho lawmakers passed a “joint memorial” calling on the U.S. congress to remove the United States from the SPP.

I’ve been around the block a time or two and in my opinion, this is not a conspiracy theory. The SPP is a framework that will produce the abrogation of U.S. sovereignty.

Until next time,

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