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The NAU: Ramming It On Through? by "Expanding U.S.-Canada Security & Economic Partnership"? *PIC*

Personally, I would say to Canadians that it appears the intentions of TPTB are to destroy your "sovereignty" whatever the heck THAT is and to use and exploit your people and strip your land bare -- just like they've done to the U.S.  It's been stated by some that China is slated to become the next world Empire, maybe so -- over Russia's dead body, but then why have they allowed China to become so laden with America's Debt?  This article shows TPTB in Europe are going full speed ahead with their North American Union and if necessary over OUR dead bodies and something the Canadian people should be fully aware of are the negotiations going on between the Canadian Government and the EU on something called CETA (Comprehensive Economic & Trade Agreement) taking place THIS MONTH (October, 2010).  One of the TOP OBJECTIVES of the EU is gaining access to procurement & services in health, energy, water and in other areas as well.  This article points out that their U.S.-Canada "Buy American" deal could be used to further reinforce EU DEMANDS...and I hope Canadians will come to understand that public policy laid down by the U.S. comes from EUROPE.  The SAME people who CONTROL the U.S. also CONTROL CANADA...

Hmmm...

While I have no sympathy for the Bush Crime Family, I'm posting a picture of DUBYA (below) showing injuries that were stated to be the result of his "choking on a pretzel" and "falling down on the carpet" on New Year's Day, 2002 -- just BEFORE the U.S. went to war in Iraq.  It's a picture I'd never seen before (look closely at his hand) and seems to me to indicate that national leaders and heads-of-state must do exactly as they're told -- OR ELSE...? :O

Expanding U.S.-Canada Security & Economic Partnership

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In recent years, U.S.-Canada border issues have been overshadowed by concerns surrounding illegal immigration and drug violence on the southern border. Earlier this summer, both countries agreed to work towards a more joint approach to border security aimed at addressing common threats and promoting economic cooperation...

In July, Public Safety Minister Vic Toews and U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, “met to advance a strategic dialogue on developing a shared vision for border security for Canada and the United States—one that will enhance security and resilience against common threats, while bolstering competitiveness and job creation.” ...Increasingly, Canada is being pressured to further take on U.S. security priorities in an effort to keep trade flowing across the northern border...

Secretary Napolitano and Minister Toews also reached an agreement to safeguard and respond to disruptions of shared infrastructure that connect the two nations such as roads, power grids and bridges...It also appears to be linked to the Civil Assistance Plan  signed by the U.S.-Canadian military in 2008, which allows the armed forces of one nation to support the other during a civil emergency...

At the trade meetings in Ottawa several months back, Minister Van Loan and Ambassador Kirk also addressed the Canada–U.S. Agreement on Government Procurement. The deal resolved the Buy American issue and is essentially an extension of NAFTA. Some believe that it is an important step in providing protection for future bilateral trade relations, but in the process it opens up provincial and municipal contracts to foreign corporations. The 5th round of negotiations between Canada and the European Union (EU) on a Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) will take place in October. One of the EU’s top objectives includes gaining access to procurement and services in areas of health, energy, water, as well as other sectors. The Canada-U.S. Buy American deal could be used to further reinforce EU demands. While Canada needs to lessen its dependence on the U.S. economy, there are concerns that CETA will be based on the failed NAFTA trade model...

For the U.S. to be more receptive to increased trade and investment, it recommends establishing a, “unified regime to deal with a common security threat.” In order for deeper economic integration to move forward, Canada will be further pressed to adopt a single security strategy dominated by American interests. This poses a serious threat to its sovereignty...

The trilateral framework remains intact, but NAFTA partners at least for the time being, are pursuing a more bilateral agenda for advancing continental integration. This seems to be drawing less attention.  The current approach is due in part to the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) of North America being exposed and discredited...Mexican President Felipe Calderón’s separate trips to the U.S. to meet with President Barack Obama and to Canada to meet with Prime Minister Stephen Harper back in May, might have served as this year’s version of the leaders summit. Calderón used the state visits as an opportunity to strengthen NAFTA ties and promote deeper North American economic integration...

Continental integration is a permanent agenda and the vision for a North American Union has not been abandoned...

LINK:
Expanding U.S.-Canada Security & Economic Partnership
http://statismwatch.ca/2010/09/13/expanding-us-canada-security-and-economic-partnership/

Hmmm...Maybe the Puppet was The Pretzel...?  Undecided

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