Coming At Us From Every Direction

One hell of a week.  The Zero thinks he has delivered a knock-out punch with 3 below-the-belt right hooks in just a matter of days (well, the last one is still in wind-up mode):

 1) The Executive Order regarding the Council of Governors, as the First Step Toward Martial Law.  Anyone have a guess as to which 10 governors are ready to play ball?  Will TX be surprised if Perry is one of them?  That could cause some unrest REAL fast!

 2) The Rand Corp study where they answer the US Army’s question of whether we need a ‘National Stabilization Police Force’ with a resounding, “YES!”  Michigan is already seeing some of this with their “Hometown Police Forces.”

 3) While not yet ‘delivered’ we can see them winding up for the blow, but probably too late to duck:  The creation of, “A North American Security Perimeter is on the Horizon.”  So, what, our Border Patrol guys on the Mexican border will be stationed where?!!!  Its highly likely they will swap our Border Patrol with Canadian and Mexican so they are NOT patrolling their formerly sovereign territory.  Will they rise up before then?  Very doubtful.  They are totally CLUELESS as to what is coming down. 

 A North American Security Perimeter On The Horizon, By Dana Gabriel, OnlineJournal.com guest writer, Jan 11, 2010

NAFTA has extended from economic integration into a political and regional security pact which has been achieved through the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) of North America, Plan Mexico, as well as other initiatives. Various pieces of legislation and reports, along with influential individuals have called for closer trilateral cooperation regarding common rules for immigration and security enforcement around the perimeter of the continent. A major part of the U.S. security agenda already includes the defense of North America, but a full blown security zone would bring Canada and Mexico further under U.S. control. A Fortress North America poses a serious threat to our sovereignty and would mean the loss of more civil liberties.

Plans for a North America security perimeter might have seemed like a pipe dream just a short time ago, but it could become a reality sooner than one thinks. Some believe that a perimeter approach to security would be a more effective way of providing safety while ensuring the free flow of trade and investment. For those pushing for deep continental integration, this move is seen as the next logical step. A recent article from the Toronto Star, Canada warms to idea of a tougher ‘perimeter’, suggests that Canadians might now be ready to debate the concept of perimeter security. David Biette who specializes in U.S.-Canada relations and is a member of the Woodrow Wilson Center stated that a, “Perimeter is no longer a dirty word. It’s beginning to come up again, at least in academic circles.” He went on to say, “Canada held back when it first came up and I can certainly understand why. There was still such bad feeling left over on free trade and what that might mean for Canadian sovereignty that perimeter security was just not palatable to Canadians.” Biette also added, “You ask yourself, ‘What would a mutually improved relationship look like?’ and really, there is nothing else. Perimeter is the one big thing – the last truly huge step on the horizon.” A North American security perimeter would be one of the final steps needed in the creation of a North American Union.

Some of the recommendations from the 2005 report, Building a North American Community co-sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations, included a unified border, a North American border pass, a single economic space, as well as a common security perimeter by 2010. Many of the task force recommendations in areas of trade, transportation, energy, immigration and security became part of the SPP agenda. Despite the demise of the SPP, many of its key objectives continue to move forward under the North American Leaders Summit, as well as through other initiatives. In February of 2009, it was reported that former Canadian international trade and foreign affairs minister, David Emerson, “called on the government to aggressively seek stronger Canada-U.S. ties, up to and including a customs union. He said at minimum, Canada should advocate a North American security perimeter arrangement, a labour mobility agreement that modernizes NAFTA provisions, and greater integration on regulatory matters.” U.S. officials remain concerned on how risk assessments of people entering Canada are conducted as well as the differences in its immigration and visa policies. A common perimeter approach to border management and security would require harmonization of Canadian-U.S. immigration and customs standards.

It was clear before Obama became president that he wished to relax immigration restrictions with Mexico and supported some sort of amnesty program. In mid-December of last year, H.R. 4321 the Comprehensive Immigration Reform ASAP Act of 2009 was introduced in the House of Representatives. The Obama administration has been criticized for its lack of immigration enforcement. Many have warned that the new legislation would not only grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens, but also increase legal immigration and create more loopholes in the system. In Sec. 143. Reports on Improving the Exchange of Information on North American Security, there is wording which could further promote deep continental integration. This includes yearly status reports, “in developing and implementing an immigration security strategy for North America that works toward the development of a common security perimeter.” Previous failed security and immigration bills also contained similar language referring to a shared security perimeter around the continent.

The Merida Initiative, also known as Plan Mexico is an extension of NAFTA and has its roots in the SPP. It is based on America’s failed war on drugs, which has been costly and ineffective. The Merida Initiative relies primarily on military and law enforcement solutions and is advancing police state measures. In a recent interview, Laura Carlsen director of the Americas Policy Program in Mexico City described how Plan Mexico, “was designed in Washington as a way to ‘push out the borders’ of the US security perimeter, that is, that Mexico would take on US security priorities including policing its southern border and allowing US companies and agents into Mexico’s intelligence and security operations.” She also commented that, “The Obama administration has supported the plan and even requested, and received from Congress, additional funds beyond what the Bush administration requested.” The Plan Mexico strategy is working towards the development of a common security perimeter and is further encouraging the militarization of Mexico. Continued drug violence in the country could be used as a pretext to set up a North American security perimeter

The recent foiled terrorist attack on Christmas day is accelerating the implementation of a high-tech control grid which could restrict, track and trace our movements. With the war on terrorism back in the forefront, the continued merging of North America might include Canada and Mexico playing a bigger role in regards to perimeter security. Canadian officials have announced that within the next several months, body scanners will be installed in 11 airports across the country. Some proponents of a continental security zone believe that it is the best way to secure North America, but at the same time falsely claim that this could be done with respect to each nation’s sovereignty. We are well on the way towards a North American security perimeter where trade and investment will be able to roam freely, while we are all forced to endure new security practices dominated by U.S. interests.

Free People – Well, it is easy now to see where this all is going in just the last few days.  We have long been following joint meetings, drills and trainings between US, Canadian and Mexican forces.  This would be the final step to ‘enforcement’ of a new Union of North America.  With the Council of Governors, the power is drained away from the individual states and usurped into a new framework that will dictate policy, security, finances/monetary and judicial processes to effectively hijack our country out from under us. 

This is it.  The carjacker/hijacker has gone from helping us with our flat tire to pulling a gun on us and forcing us back into the car while he drives us with us inside, held at gunpoint. 

Good thing he doesn’t know we have a gun stashed in the glovebox and when his arm gets tired, we will seize the advantage.  It might be a hell of a struggle, but it will feel far better than sitting there at his mercy!  May God have mercy on his soul for WE ARE NOT AFRAID!!!!!!

But one question remains:  When will they substitute the Amero for the Dollar?  Probably AFTER China gets our corrupt bankers to ‘refund the dollar.’  See HERE  And I suppose we will see the NAFTA Superhighway kick into high gear VERY SOON with total freedom from Constitutional constraint.  There will be NOTHING traveling from East to West in this country without the new apparatchik knowing about it.  We will be cut in two.  And if that doesn’t work, there are stories of a 8.0 earthquake in the heartland to further impede our efforts.  

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