. This was the 3rd such annual meeting for Bush,
but the first for Harper and Calderon. It may explain a lot about why Bush is so
determined to allow illegals from Mexico into our country and why he is giving
so much aid and commerce to Mexico.
As Bush sees it, or so he claims, Mexico, being a 3rd world
country, is the weak link in North America which creates a security threat to
the entire continent. The concept of SPP is to bring Mexico up to 1st world
status through trade with the U.S. and Canada and to form a secure border around
the entire continent in the light of Islamic terrorism.
Now you can believe that, or you can believe that continental
security and prosperity is not really the goal, but rather another step toward a
"one world government." Either scenario, or both, may be true - I can't say. But
it is a cause for concern.
I do believe that the elite, globalist cabal has intentions of
ushering in such a government, if they can. Their greatest resistance comes from
the American people and that is why details of these meetings and progress of
the plan is kept behind closed doors and out of public view. We are also seeing
resistance to the North American Union building in Canada as well as Mexico.
Citizens and journalists of both countries are expressing concerns for their own
national sovereignty, just as we are here in the U.S..
Bush insists there is no such plan for a North American Union
but evidence of it is mounting all the time. Our increased trade with Mexico;
open borders; the I-35 NAFTA Super-Highway; reduction of restrictions on Mexican
trucking in the U.S.; foreign aid to Mexico and special aid for fighting the
Mexican drug war; the recent immigration bill that would give Mexican citizens
free access to, and amnesty in the U.S., etc., etc., etc.
We are supposed to believe that a stronger and more prosperous
Mexico will make the U.S. safer. I differ with this approach and tend to believe
that stronger U.S. borders will make the U.S. safer. Mexico must deal with their
own problems starting with cleaning up the corruption in their own government.
Unless Mexico wants to become our 51st state, then we have no business doing
what we are doing for them with U.S. taxpayers' money. Pres. Bush, it’s not your
money to give!
As I said before, global domination is the goal of the elite,
globalist cabal. Who are these people other than the Rockefellers, John Kerry,
and the Bush family? They start with the .
I have little doubt that their goal is total control of the
entire planet, much of that has already been accomplished with the establishment
of the European Union. They have their agenda and conspire on how to bring it
about “for the good of the world” in their view, for their own power in the view
of others. Their method is to advance their own people into as many governmental
high offices as possible in all western countries. With control of those
offices, they can control world politics and foreign policy. They can cause wars
and they can end them by controlling the money that finances them.
A North American Union would play right into their hands. It
would be easier to exercise power over a trilateral union, than to have to deal
with separate and independent and sovereign countries. The greatest enemy of the
New World Order is national sovereignty. A North American Union would solve that
As for their influence in today's problem with terrorism and
Islamic wars, it's pretty much anyone's guess at this point. I do not buy into
the suggestion that 911 was planned by anyone other than Islamic extremists. Nor
do I believe that the NWO is behind the trouble Islam is causing in the world
today, but it‘s an interesting theory to explore.
Iraq was considered a very real threat to U.S. security in
2002-2003 and that was the motivation behind the invasion. We invaded Iraq
simply for national security reasons based on a decade of solid intelligence.
Some people now believe that the intelligence was not so reliable with the
failure to find vast stockpiles of WMD. It’s still an open question as to
whether intelligence gathered mostly by the Clinton Administration was flawed,
or if the WMD were moved out of the country at the last minute. Could Saddam
Hussein have been involved with the NWO? Somehow, I very much doubt it. Could
international intelligence have been manipulated by members of the NWO?
It's much the same with Iran which has now become the #1 threat
to U.S. and Israeli security. Not only is Iran refining uranium for a bomb, they
are also attempting to import weapons grade uranium and plutonium from North
Korea along with nuclear bomb making equipment and rocketry that No. Korea no
longer can use with the shutdown of their nuke program.
In July, a freighter from No. Korea containing all of the above
was sunk 100 miles off the Iranian coast by the U.S. Navy in a covert action to
keep that material out of Iranian hands. This was the second such incident
involving the U.S. Navy. This is no phony intelligence created by the NWO to
engage the U.S. in war with Iran. This is real. And unless the Ayatollah Khomeni
and Osama bin Laden are members in the NWO, then I don't see how the
organization could be involved in the problem of Islamic terrorism.
On the other side of the coin, giving Bush the benefit of the
doubt, what would be the advantages to the United States of a North American
Union under the SPP plan that Bush denies exists? What reason would President
Bush have for supporting SPP other than the NWO agenda? Why is President Bush so
reluctant to secure our country against the Mexican invasion?
One reason is the American economy on which President Bush has
proven to be strong and competent. One reason our economy is doing so well is
because of trade with, and cheap labor from Mexico, and of course China. They
make products affordable to most Americans that otherwise might be too
expensive. This allows us to buy more and that in turn stimulates the economy.
Never mind that the labor of illegal aliens is illegal, Bush doesn’t care about
that, nor does he care that they entered our country illegally. The thought of
deporting them scares him to death for what effects it would have on the
President Bush is a neighborly kind of guy. Issues with Mexico,
for him are personal. He wants to show that the U.S. can be a good neighbor and
help our neighboring countries in need. He forgets that the Constitution doesn’t
allow for that. Can we really hold him accountable for a faulty memory or not
understanding the Constitution? We better start before he gives away the whole
country which is already being overrun by Mexican nationals demanding U.S.
citizen’s rights and amnesty. Fences on property lines make for good neighbors.
Bush can permit illegals into his home, he has no right to invite them into
The American Constitution describes the government as
representing the American people. That would all be destroyed under the
provisions of SPP. Our laws would no longer represent the American people, but
would represent the wishes of those with designs on controlling all three
countries, many with roots in Skull & Bones. Their laws would be forced upon
us rather than emanating from us.
A border around the entire continent secured by oceans with
limited access through seaports would be easier to defend against terrorism than
the land border between the U.S. and Mexico or Canada. Intelligence sharing
between the three countries could enhance the security of all three. Mexico, as
a prosperous country, could be an asset to the U.S. instead of a drain on it.
Free trade, travel, and a shared monetary system could make a stronger North
These appear to be the reasons given for the promotion of SPP.
In my view, it’s not worth the cost and would likely fail to achieve those
objectives, especially in Mexico. The fact is, that it would be primarily the
Mexican government that would benefit from this plan with Canada and primarily
the U.S. paying the tab. This appears to be a one way street and does little or
nothing for the citizens of the U.S.. Terrorists are not going to be stopped
from entering the U.S. by a continental border, and we cannot trust Mexico to
hold up their end of the security problem. That would be just like outsourcing
toy making and dog food to China.
I see little benefit to the United States which is already
prosperous and as secure as it’s likely to be under the SPP plan which also
includes provisions for two of the biggest hoaxes in recent history: Avian Flu
and man made global warming. This clearly associates SPP with the global
socialists who favor a one world government under the Kyoto Treaty and equality
for all nations.
Though it’s true that SPP, in some small way, might help keep
terrorists out of Mexico, Mexico is not a target of terrorism. The problem we
are faced with is keeping terrorists out of the U.S., not out of Mexico.
Terrorists know that they can gain access to the U.S. through the Mexican
border, that’s the only reason they come to Mexico. That can best be resolved
with a secure southern U.S. border. Let Mexico deal with terrorists on their
soil in the same way they deal with illegal aliens on their soil. Jail them,
shoot them, or eject them back to where they came from.
The United States is practically supporting Mexico now. To
increase this drain on the American economy would only weaken America. Mexico is
not a territory of the United States and we are not responsible for what happens
there. The responsibility of our government is to the security of the Untied
States. If Bush wants to lend a helping hand to Mexico, let him do it out of his
own pocket and the pockets of those who want to join with him, not with our
In conclusion, I would try to keep an eye on these things and
see what develops, just as our Congress is doing now, at least those in Congress
who are not in on the SPP plan. 22 members of Congress are already urging
President Bush to back off on the SPP agenda which has been progressing without
Congressional approval or overt funding, although some funding has been covertly
slipped through attached to other appropriations bills such as the Highway Bill,
the Defense Bill, and the Agriculture Bill.
The SPP plan, created by global socialists, is not good for
America or for American security. It will benefit only those who wish to create
a one world government under global socialism. President Bush’s involvement in
this issue is motivated either by his membership in Skull & Bones, or his
close alliance with Mexico. Either way, he is not going to change. Our only hope
in avoiding this evil plan lies in our next President. Let’s hope the voting
public makes the right choice and elects a candidate who has his heart in
For a realistic look at what SPP would mean for America see