Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Are we entering the ‘new world order’? [Part one]

Whenever I hear the phrase “new world order”, I think of George Orwell who expected the new order in 1984; Orwell may have missed the mark by about 25 years but his tongue-in-cheek predictions may not have been wrong.

In 1993 Trilateral Commission members Henry Kissinger and Cyrus Vance wrote an op-ed (Los Angeles Times, May 13, 1993) proclaiming: “[NAFTA] would be the most constructive measure the United States would have undertaken in our hemisphere in this century”. To emphasize the importance of NAFTA, Kissinger later wrote (Los Angeles Times, July 18, 1993] :

“It[NAFTA] will represent the most creative step toward a ‘new world order’ taken by any group of countries since the end of the cold war, and the first step toward an even larger vision of a free-trade zone for the entire Western Hemisphere. [NAFTA] is not a conventional trade agreement, but the architecture of a new international system.”(Emphasis added)

In a March 23, 2006 ‘Summit’ meeting in Waco, Texas (ironic?), Canadian Prime Minister Harper, Mexico’s President Fox and President Bush released a statement: “We the elected leaders of Canada, Mexico and the United States have met in Texas to announce the establishment of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America”. We will establish working parties … that will … respond to the priorities of our people and our businesses, and will set specific, measurable, and achievable goals. They will outline concrete steps that our governments can take to meet these goals, and set up dates that will ensure continuous achievements of results”.

Congress and the American people were kept in the dark about this agreement by the “elected leaders” and only now are the details of the ‘leader’s’ intentions and actions by the “working parties” (also referred to as ‘working groups’) emerging. A book by Jerome Corsi, Ph.D, ‘The Late Great U.S.A.’ is required reading for those that want to keep our country as the founders created it.

An article by Christopher S. Bentley’s entitled “Immigration & Integration,” (July 24 issue of The New American) describes how “free trade” takes us into regional government and proceeds from there to world government. “Free trade” is the main tool of the emerging New World Order, currently building transnational corporate “capitalism”, that advocates of SPP expect will evolve naturally and easily into global socialism with an elite group wielding absolute power.

Bentley outlines the process occurs in five steps, or phases:

First, SPP creates a free trade area that lowers barriers to the trade of goods and services among member nations, while quietly instituting political and bureaucratic controls.

Second, SPP creates a customs union, which adds a common external trade policy and expands the bureaucracy to implement it.

Third, SPP creates a common market, which ends restrictions on migration and allows labor and capital to move freely across the national borders of Canada, the United States and Mexico.
“This,” Bentley wrote, “is exactly what is behind the Bush Administration’s fanatical zeal to implement its guest worker/amnesty program.” It becomes increasingly clear that Bush’s immigration policy makes perfect sense if he is committed philosophically to a borderless, North American Union.

Fourth, SPP develops the three countries into an economic union—which will have harmonized regulations and laws, a common currency (seemingly to be called the ‘amero’), a common tax policy and a common fiscal policy.

The Fifth and final phase, political union, follows almost naturally; political union develops out of the system of public-private partnerships that create unity among international bankers, corporations, and governmental bureaucracy.

All phases are part of a single guided process. The SPP working groups are beginning to put into place the final phase of the process by reviewing U.S. court decisions. When the legal process is ‘harmonized’, we are on our way to political union under a regional authority.

We may still have a geographical entity known as the United States, and we may maintain our political infrastructure essentially intact, but SPP bureaucrats will control everything of real importance, even ability to overrule whatever court decisions or Congressional legislation they decide contravenes official globalist policy. Our Constitutional rights will be history because treaties automatically take precedence *.

We must be vigilant, keep informed and do all we can to see SPP does not overtake our country.

*Article Six of the U.S. Constitution states that "All Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, anything in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding."

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