December 31, 2007

Canadian Author Detained 3 Weeks in Psychiatric Hospital for Protesting the NAU

Montreal, 31 October 2007: A night and day of terror in a psychiatric emergency bed at LaSalle General Hospital culminate in a transfer by ambulance to a high-security ICU* of the Quebec-government and McGill-run Douglas Hospital where a Montreal woman underwent illegal forced injection with several antipsychotic drugs. And all because Police had targetted this Canadian unity activist on learning of her web site, Habeas Corpus Canada:

The woman is 54-year-old author, poet and photographer, Kathleen Moore, who plans to sue Queen Elizabeth II in person to prevent the annexation of Canada to the US and Mexico by 2010 under a new form of government.

Moore believes the process of annexation in fact began in the 1960's with the founding by Cuban dictator Fidel Castro of the FLQ, the Quebec Liberation Front. And yes, it is a little known fact that Canada's "home-grown" terrorist group was not home-grown, but was founded by Communist dictator, Fidel Castro himself. It would therefore appear that the FLQ were merely tools in a Communist attack on the sovereignty of Canada.

Three short months after his overthrow of the Cuban Batista regime in 1959, Castro met Belgian immigrant to Montreal Georges Schoeters at the Montreal Airport, and took him back to Cuba to teach him how to set up Canada's first, and hopefully last, terrorist group.

December 27, 2007

Ron Paul speaks about the North American Union

Video footage of Ron Paul discussing the North American Union, this footage is from a Ron Paul Brushfire DVD, and is available here:

A North American Community Approach to Security

I hope this Committee will pursue the North American agenda beyond the travel initiative considered here. On June 23rd, the three leaders promised to publish a report with specific recommendations on how to deepen North American integration. These should be reviewed together with Senator Richard Lugar’s far-sighted bill for a “North American Cooperative Security Act” and Senator Cornyn’s “North American Investment Fund.” The time has come for us to define a true North American Community. Our security and prosperity depend on it.

December 26, 2007

North American Union "Conspiracy" Exposed

A top Democratic Party foreign policy specialist said that a “very small group” of conservatives is unfairly accusing him of being at the center of a “vast conspiracy” to implement the idea of a “North American Union” by “stealth.” He called the charges “absurd.”

But Robert Pastor, a former official of the Carter Administration and director of the Center for North American Studies at American University (CNAS), made the remarks at an all-day February 16 conference devoted to the development of a North American legal system. The holding of the conference was itself evidence that a comprehensive process is underway to merge the economies, and perhaps the social and political systems, of the three countries.

Pastor said that he favors a “North American Community,” not a formal union of the three countries, and several speakers at the conference ridiculed the idea of protecting America’s borders and suggested that American citizenship was an outmoded concept.

Wearing a lapel pin featuring the flags of the U.S., Canada and Mexico, Pastor told AIM that he favors a $200-billion North American Investment Fund to pull Mexico out of poverty and a national biometric identity card for the purpose of controlling the movement of people in and out of the U.S. Read more...

December 12, 2007

No Security, Prosperity or Sovereignty for Canada in a North American Union

Much of Canada's sovereignty has already been eroded, but a North American Union would be the final nail in the coffin for an independent nation. It use to be the NDP who championed preserving Canadian sovereignty, but they have become a shadow of their former selves, and it appears as if they have been taken over by the very same interests that they had sworn to fight and protect us from. For what it's worth, I have challenged the NDP to make this issue the pillar of their election platform. The Canadian Action Party (CAP), a little known party with limited resources, is putting the NDP (a national party) to shame, especially in regards to fighting and exposing the NAU agenda. Even with no current members in the House of Commons, the CAP may serve as a real alternative and play a big role in defeating the NAU and preserving an independent Canada for future generations to come.

Bush administration allies want Canada & Quebec erased by 2010

The Council of Foreign Relations (CFR) which advises the U.S. Bush administration is calling for the "erasure" of Canada by 2010. Quebec as it exists today, in relation to its civil code, and other francophone cultural protections, is also to be "transformed" by 2010 under Anglo-American control. The Stephen Harper government reportedly further confirmed the terms of this "erasure" in Cancun,
Mexico, under secondary provisions of the "Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America" (SPP). It is notable that neither "separatists" nor "federalists" in the current Quebec provincial elections have sought to debate the imminent destruction of the Quebec social and cultural fabric under an Anglo-American agenda.

December 08, 2007

Quebec Police Admit Posing as Protesters at Montebello Rally

Quebec police admit they infiltrated and posed as protesters at the Montebello Anti North American Union protest, to incite violence or a riot perhaps? Nah, that couldn't be the reason, surely they were there to 'protect' and committed 'no crime'...

December 06, 2007

Mexico could retaliate if U.S. blocks trucks

"If Congress succeeds in blocking the program, Mexico could retaliate, as they are entitled to do," the Arizona Republican told members of the Southern Arizona Logistics Education Organization in Tucson on Thursday.
Kolbe, who retired at the beginning of the year after 11 terms in Congress, is the new chairman of the Canamex Corridor Task Force and part of a three-member committee appointed to monitor the cross-border truck program, which has faced strong opposition from some trucking union members and politicians.
He warned that if our southern neighbors "lose patience," U.S. companies could face higher tariffs on trade entering Mexico. Entitled to retaliate? Nothing like a little extortion amongst friends...

December 02, 2007

Canada Admits the North American Union Exists

Canadian Officials admitting there is a concerted effort to form a North American Union and the formation of a Nafta SuperHighway and free trade zones uniting Canada, the US and Mexico.