Zombie Time! ‘Dead’ North American
WND Politics – Jerome Corsi – 4/2/2012
“One hopes they will take concrete actions to promote competitiveness by creating a seamless market, reduce impediments on the border, foster educational opportunities in all three countries and articulate a vision of
North America that will engender greater cooperation,” he said.
At its height, WND reported that the SPP had some 20 different working groups composed of policymakers and bureaucrats from the
U.S., Mexico, and . They worked in joint committees spanning a wide range of issues, from commerce, to aviation policy, to border security and immigration – all without the approval of a treaty by the Senate and without congressional approval or oversight of working group participation by dozens of Canada federal government employees. U.S.
While the 20 working groups appear to have been disbanded when the SPP was formally abandoned, the Obama administration nevertheless continues to advance the NAU agenda below the radar of national public opinion.
On Feb. 4, 2011, for instance, the Obama administration signed without congressional approval a joint declaration with Prime Minister Stephen Harper of Canada titled “Beyond the Border: A Shared Vision for Perimeter Security and Economic Competitiveness.”
The agreement affirmed the Obama administration’s decision to implement the
key objectives of the SPP to avoid the public scrutiny that dogged President George W. Bush after he openly proclaimed with the SPP his plans for North American integration.
Without doubt, the “Beyond the Border” declaration followed the blueprint Pastor as co-chairman published in a 2005 Council on Foreign Relations report, “Building a North American Community.”
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