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Are We Headed for a Continental Merger?

A coalition of groups warns that President Bush’s Security and Prosperity Partnership will lead to a merger of the United States, Mexico, and Canada, but Bush claims that the pact is not threatening. Who is being truthful?

The U.S. media paid scant attention this past August when President George W. Bush headed for a meeting of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North Americacontinentalmerger.jpg (more commonly referred to as the SPP) in Canada. The two-day summit (August 20-21) with Mexico’s President Felipe Calderon and Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper, as well as top government ministers and business leaders, was conducted behind a cordon of security and secrecy at a luxury resort in Montebello, Quebec, down the Ottawa River from the Canadian capital.

Conceived completely as an executive-branch initiative, without any participation or authorization from Congress, the SPP established 20 trilateral “working groups” composed of current and former government officials, academics, and corporate leaders. The groups are directed to bring about continental “integration” on a wide range of political, economic, and social issues, such as manufacturing, transportation, energy, environment, e-commerce, financial services, food and agriculture, law enforcement, immigration, infrastructure, and health.

Who are the members of these working groups? Where and when are they meeting? What policies, programs, projects, and proposals are they hatching? How will these things affect our lives?

The Bush administration has resisted providing answers to these questions — to Congress, the media, or the American public. Much of what has come to light thus far about the SPP working groups has been as the result of U.S. government documents pried loose through Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) filings by Judicial Watch, a Washington, D.C.-based public-interest organization.

Read Whole Story, Source: New American

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