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samedi 16 septembre 2006

L'Union Nord-Americaine




L'Union Nord-Americaine

Bonjour a tous! J'ai ici un autre sujet d'importance a traiter puisqu'il nous concerne tous en amerique du nord.

J'ai mis en lien les references necessaires pour comprendre ce dont il s'agit. Depuis 1995, le Canada, les Etats-Unis et le Mexique ont signe un accord commun pour creer d'ici l'an 2010 un nouvel espace geographique et economique appelle l'Union Nord Americaine (North American Union).

Deja des groupes de travail ont ete mis sur pied pour faire avancer ce projet. Mais en quoi consiste t-il?

C'est bien simple: le but d'ici 2010 est de creer un espace territorial commun, du sud du Mexique jusqu'a la limite nord du Canada. Vous avez bien compris: une frontiere commune pour les trois pays, qui eux seront alors dissout dans cette Union, et qui auront aussi un appareil militaire commun. Excitant non?!! J'ai tellement hate d'etre controle par les psychopathes qui sont a la tete des USA et de voir la main d'oeuvre mexicaine envahir nos regions et pousser a la baisse la masse salariale, a la grande joie des industriels.

Apres que la monnaie americaine aura finie de s'ecrouler (qui a deja perdu 45% de sa valeur sur les deux dernieres annees), notre nouvelle monnaie commune sera introduite: l'Amero$.

Bye bye souverainete des peuples, identite nationale et culturelle.

Tout ce projet s'inscrit clairement dans la volonte finale de creer un gouvernement mondial totalitaire en fusionnant eventuellement les unions europeenne et nord americaine et le reste du monde. Le Nouvel Ordre Mondial. Projet de fou vous me direz, mais l'important a savoir ici c'est que nos dirigeants, le CFR, les corporations et le reste de l'elite y travaille tres fort. Leur but est d'implementer l'Union Nord Americaine d'ici l'an 2010 et ensuite fusionner le reste des blocs ensemble.

C'est une realite peu connue parce qu'on n'a jamais ete consulte pour avoir notre avis sur ca. Paul Martin, George Bush et Vicente Fox ont deja decide de signe les accords sans notre consentement. Allo democratie oui....

En plus de ca, en vue de faciliter les echanges commerciaux entre les trois futurs ex-pays, des firmes privees etrangeres sont en train de construire une "super-autoroute" qui va relier le Mexique au Canada en passant par les USA, sur la cote ouest. Le truc est gigantique et est controle par des etrangers qui vont nous faire payer ce projet de debile plusieurs fois. Debile parce que deja aux USA des tas de gens se font simplement deposseder de leur terres pour tres peu ou pas d'argent pour construire ce projet qui ne satisfait qu'aux corporations.

Enfin, il y aurait encore beaucoup a dire sur ce sujet, mais je vais vous laisser faire vos propres recherches pour que vous vous fassiez votre idee. Mon but est d'amener ce sujet sur la place publique, parce qu'il est clair qu'en ce moment tout ca est ammene en douce, sans nous consulter ni meme nous en parler. C'est assez insultant quand on sait que l'elite est en train de dissoudre activement trois pays sans nous en parler pour qu'on se retrouve devant un fait accompli en 2010.

Pensez-y!



Vers une communauté nord-américaine

L’entrée en vigueur le 1er janvier 1994 de l’ALENA (Accord de Libre-Echange Nord Américain) entre les États-Unis, le Canada et le Mexique a permis de constituer une première ébauche d’entité économique unifiée. Les objectifs définis dans son article 102 visent à « éliminer les obstacles au commerce des produits et des services entre les territoires des Parties et à faciliter le mouvement transfrontalier de ces produits et services (…), à créer le cadre d’une coopération trilatérale, régionale et multilatérale plus poussée afin d’accroître et d’élargir les avantages découlant du présent accord ».

Ces affirmations ont connu un nouvel élan grâce aux travaux du Council Foreign Relations [1] en liaison avec le Conseil Canadien des Chefs d’Entreprises (le CCCE regroupant les hauts dirigeants de 150 entreprises canadiennes) et le Consejo Mexicano de Asuntos Internacionales (le COMEXI, organisation politique multidisciplinaire soutenue par les entreprises mexicaines). En effet, il a été décidé de créer une « Communauté économique et de sécurité nord-américaine » d’ici 2010.
Le coup d’envoi officiel a été lancé le 23 mars 2005 à Waco (Texas) par le président Bush, le Premier ministre du Canada, Paul Martin et le président du Mexique, Vincente Fox.

Bénéficiant d’un pré-rapport élaboré et présenté le 14 mars 2005 par le CFR, le CCCE et le COMEXI grâce aux travaux de John P. Manley, ex-vice-Premier ministre et ministre des Finances du Canada, de Pedro Aspe, ex-ministre des Finances du Mexique et de William F. Weld, ex-gouverneur du Massachusetts et adjoint au procureur général des États-Unis, ces trois chefs d’État ont annoncé leur volonté d’accomplir ce programme en vue de l’échéance de 2010.

Ces ambitions se sont immédiatement concrétisées à Waco par la création du « Partenariat nord-américain pour la Sécurité et la Prospérité » (le PSP) et par la mise en place de groupes de travail ministériels traitant des sujets économiques et sécuritaires. Cependant, ce n’est qu’en mai de la même année que le programme complet et détaillé a vu le jour. Comme le rappelle le président du CFR, Richard N. Hass, « Le groupe de travail offre une série de propositions détaillées et ambitieuses qui s’ajoutent aux recommandations adoptées par les trois gouvernements lors du sommet au Texas en mars 2005. La recommandation principale du Groupe de travail est d’établir d’ici 2010 une communauté économique et sécuritaire en Amérique du Nord, dont les limites seraient définies par un tarif douanier commun et un périmètre de sécurité externe ».

Bush sneaking North American super-state without oversight?

Mexico, Canada partnership underway with no authorization from Congress

Despite having no authorization from Congress, the Bush administration has launched extensive working-group activity to implement a trilateral agreement with Mexico and Canada.
The membership of the working groups has not been published, nor has their work product been disclosed, despite two years of massive effort within the executive branches of the U.S., Mexico and Canada.


The groups, working under the North American Free Trade Agreement office in the Department of Commerce, are to implement the Security and Prosperity Partnership, or SPP, signed by President Bush, Mexican President Vicente Fox and then-Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin in Waco, Texas, on March 23, 2005.

The trilateral agreement, signed as a joint declaration not submitted to Congress for review, led to the creation of the SPP office within the Department of Commerce.
The SPP report to the heads of state of the U.S., Mexico and Canada, -- released June 27, 2005, -- lists some 20 different working groups spanning a wide variety of issues ranging from e-commerce, to aviation policy, to borders and immigration, involving the activity of multiple U.S. government agencies.


The working groups have produced a number of memorandums of understanding and trilateral declarations of agreement. The Canadian government and the Mexican government each have SPP offices comparable to the U.S. office.


Creating a North American Community - Chairmen’s Statement

Sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations in association with the Consejo Mexicano de Asuntos Internacionales and the Canadian Council of Chief Executives
Three former high-ranking government officials from Canada, Mexico, and the United States call for a North American economic and security community by 2010 to address shared security threats, challenges to competitiveness, and interest in broad-based development across the three countries.


Former Canadian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance John P. Manley, former Finance Minister of Mexico Pedro Aspe, and former Governor of Massachusetts and Assistant U.S. Attorney General William F. Weld make policy recommendations to articulate a long-term vision for North America in a Chairmen's Statement of the Independent Task Force on the Future of North America sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations in association with the Consejo Mexicano de Asuntos Internacionales and the Canadian Council of Chief Executives.

Chief Executive of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives Thomas d'Aquino, President of the Consejo Mexicano de Asuntos Internacionales Andres Rozental, and Director of the Center for North American Studies at American University Robert A. Pastor served as vice chairs of the Task Force. Chappell H. Lawson, associate professor of political science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was the director.


Building a North American Community - Council on Foreign Relations

Sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations in association with the Canadian Council of Chief Executives and the Consejo Mexicano de Asuntos Internacionales.

North America is vulnerable on several fronts: the region faces terrorist and criminal security threats, increased economic competition from abroad, and uneven economic development at home. In response to these challenges, a trinational, Independent Task Force on the Future of North America has developed a roadmap to promote North American security and advance the well-being of citizens of all three countries.

When the leaders of Canada, Mexico, and the United States met in Texas recently they underscored the deep ties and shared principles of the three countries. The Council-sponsored Task Force applauds the announced "Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America," but proposes a more ambitious vision of a new community by 2010 and specific recommendations on how to achieve it.


the Canadian Council of Chief Executives

Members

Listed below are the member chief executives of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives. As an added feature, just click on the company name to visit the company web site (if available).


North American Union

But did you know that we may very soon see a North American Union? Or that we already have an unnamed one?In November of 2004 President Bush announced that;

"We will both work bilaterally to address Canada-U.S. priorities and continue our close cooperation with Mexico on issues of trilateral importance. This New Partnership will set an agenda designed to increase the security, prosperity, and the quality of life of our citizens"
What differs this from normal "we will work together we are friends blah blah" is that the White


House gave specific things this "new partnership" would do;

"improving the coordination of intelligence-sharing, cross-border law enforcement and counter-terrorism [...] increasing the security of critical infrastructure, including transportation, energy, and communications networks [...] Our objective is to expand economic opportunities and prosperity for all our peoples and the competitiveness of North American business [...] Our New Partnership will provide a clear, practical guide to protect our peoples and our way of life as we strengthen our global collaboration"


The Plan to Replace the Dollar With the 'Amero'

by Jerome R. Corsi
May 22, 2006

The idea to form the North American Union as a super-NAFTA knitting together Canada, the United States and Mexico into a super-regional political and economic entity was a key agreement resulting from the March 2005 meeting held at Baylor University in Waco, Tex., between President Bush, President Fox and Prime Minister Martin.A joint statement published by the three presidents following their Baylor University summit announced the formation of an initial entity called, “The Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America” (SPP).

The joint statement termed the SPP a “trilateral partnership” that was aimed at producing a North American security plan as well as providing free market movement of people, capital, and trade across the borders between the three NAFTA partners:
We will establish a common approach to security to protect North America from external threats, prevent and respond to threats within North America, and further streamline the secure and efficient movement of legitimate, low-risk traffic across our borders.

A working agenda was established:
We will establish working parties led by our ministers and secretaries that will consult with stakeholders in our respective countries. These working parties will respond to the priorities of our people and our businesses, and will set specific, measurable, and achievable goals.The U.S. Department of Commerce has produced a SPP
website, which documents how the U.S. has implemented the SPP directive into an extensive working agenda.Following the March 2005 meeting in Waco, Tex., the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) published in May 2005 a task force report titled “Building a North American Community.”

We have already documented that this CFR task force report calls for a plan to create by 2010 a redefinition of boundaries such that the primary immigration control will be around the three countries of the North American Union, not between the three countries. We have argued that a likely reason President Bush has not secured our border with Mexico is that the administration is pushing for the establishment of the North American Union.


Spanish firm to build and run new PFI toll road in Texas

25 August 2006

Grupo Ferrovial, Spain’s construction, infrastructure and services giant, had a busy summer acquiring airports in the UK and Peru. Now it has a concession to build and operate a Texas superhighway.

Construction of the new toll road project, designed to develop an alternative route to Interstate 35 as part of the planned Trans-Texas Corridor is due to start early next year.
This is has been agreed by the Texas Department of Transport under a comprehensive development deal with the Spanish company Cintra - Concesiones de Infrastructuras de Transporte, a member of the Ferrovial group.
Cintra’s partner for the five-year road building programme is the San Antonio-based contractor Zachry Construction Corp, but Ferrovial’s construction company Agroman is getting a share in the business.


Zachry joined with Cintra in a scheme to provide private investment worth $6 billion. The assignment is to design, build and operate a four-lane toll road covering the 500 km distance between Dallas and San Antonio, bypassing the State capital at Austin.
For this concession Cintra is paying the State of Texas $1.2 billion. It gives them the right to build and operate this initial segment of the intended Trans-Texas Corridor.
This would be part of the ‘super-highway’ spanning the United States from the Mexican border at Laredo, making its way through Texas, Kansas and Oklahoma and connecting with the Canadian highway system north of Duluth, Minnesota.


Because it would provide a connection all the way between Canada and Mexico, the project is also described as the North American Free Trade Area (NAFTA) super highway.

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