Thump, thump, thump. The North American Union is being born right under your eyes.Submitted by go213mph on Thu, 04/25/2013 - 21:44
The globalists running Washington, DC have clearly stated in many ways that Canada, Mexico and the United States are to form a more perfect union. There are plenty of strategies being brought to bear. The biggest tool was to be a superhighway that would cut the United States into virtually two pieces – a highway and railroad system stretching from Canada to Mexico. When the initial furor about the NAU damaged the chances that the highway would be constructed, the most ambitious parts of the project were shelved. But not for long.
It is back, in the guise of a huge pipeline that will transport shale oil from Canada into the lower 48 called the TransCanada Keystone XL –a $5.3 billion proposal for a 1,179-mile pipeline from Alberta to Nebraska. There are additional plans to connect to refineries in Texas. It's not yet a "done deal" but there are formidable forces in Washington, DC pushing it forward. The US has plenty of shale oil but, of course, that is surely not the point. The point would seem to be to create a transport corridor that bisects the US and will inevitably and eventually connect to Mexico.
Under George Bush an intricate network of security arrangements were reached with Canada and with Mexico. All along the Canadian border now are "constitution-free" zones where Canadian and US law enforcement officials can work together without pesky legalisms and the nationalism attached to them. What Bush could not move along was a bill that would naturalize Mexican immigration – thus turning the border between the US and Mexico into a semi-porous non-entity. When he tried, the resulting ruckus put a final dent in whatever was left of his presidency.
But of course, this part of the program is back like a bad case of indigestion. And now it has formidable backing of the US's very own STASI – Homeland Security and Janet Napolitano. Here's more:
Napolitano ... praised the provision that would provide a pathway to citizenship for the roughly 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the U.S. "These are all common-sense steps that the majority of Americans support," Napolitano said in prepared remarks. She added that the introduction of the bipartisan bill is a "true milestone, and we look forward to working with you to build on this momentum." ... The bulk of the hearing focused on border security concerns. A core provision of the bill includes a set of so-called security triggers that would have to be written and implemented before undocumented immigrants living in the U.S. could transition to legal status and ultimately to citizenship. Of the triggers, Napolitano said: "I believe we can satisfy them in the upcoming years."