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Bush: Dismantling America Piece By Piece


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The reason George Bush has done nothing about illegal immigration is because his plans for the future of the North American Community (formerly known as America) includes open borders - a free flow of people, and more. The "free trade" agreements supported by Bush are part of a process being pursued by business elites and their organizations to integrate, economically and politically, 34 nations of the Western Hemisphere under a system which will be run by un-elected bureaucrats for the benefit of big business.

The plan to implement this overthrow of the sovereign nations of this hemisphere (including America) has been in the works for several decades. George Bush, along with other Republicans and Democrats in the House and Senate, as well as many in business and the media, believe that an economically integrated world based on free trade will bring about a prosperous (for business) and more stable world.However, each country that signs on to this process will no longer exist as an independent, sovereign nation. People, commerce, cheap labor, and businesses from any place in the hemisphere will have unfettered access to what was once the United States of America.

NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) WTO(World Trade Organization), CAFTA (Central American Free Trade Agreement) and FTAA (Free Trade Areas of the Americas) are all steps in the goal of overthrowing our form of government.

This process of imposing a world government on unsuspecting citizens is based on an essay by Council on Foreign Relations member and planner, Richard N. Gardner, who in the April 1974 issue of Foreign Affairs, said that it could not be done by an "old-fashioned frontal assault", but by "an end run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece." ( http://www.stoptheftaa.org/artman/publish/printer_173.shtml )

Bush and his co-conspirators have followed the plan faithfully. The President has pushed CAFTA, and soon, FTAA agreements (treaties) quietly through Congress, bribing and threatening members to vote yes. And by calling them agreements instead of treaties, he can put them on the fast track, thus avoiding a two-thirds vote.

These so-called free trade agreements are really volumes of regulations that transfer power from the various goverments to, as previously mentioned, un-elected bureaucrats. In fact, there are at least 29,000 pages of regulations in the NAFTA, WTO, and CAFTA agreements. Once Congress signed the agreements, they became the law of the land.

Bush wants the final nail in America's coffin, the FTAA, to be put on the fast track and in place as soon as possible. Chapter II, article 4.2 of the FTAA Draft Agreement states: "The Parties (member states, including America) shall insure that their laws, regulations, and administrative procedures are consistent with the obligations of this agreement. The rights and obligations under this Agreement are the same for all the Parties,[whether Federal or unitary States, including the different levels and branches of government], unless otherwise provided in this agreement."

This innocuous language means that all 34 member states of the FTAA must change their laws, etc. in order to conform with the many regulations of this agreement.

Lou Dobbs, on CAFTA's big secret, June 30, 2005, examined that agreement before it had passed Congress.

Lisa Sylvester, CNN Correspondent said: "CAFTA is much more than a trade agreement. If it passes, it would become the highest law of the land, determining rules from health care, to zoning, to immigration. Current federal, state, and local laws could be called into question."

Lori Wallach, PUBLIC CITIZEN: Any violation of 1,000 pages of international law imposed on us is taken to an international tribunal, not U.S. courts, where if the U.S. does not conform its law, we face perpetual sanctions. It's a huge attack on our sovereignty and our democracy."

On March 23, 2005, George Bush, President Vicente Fox of Mexico, and Prime Minister Paul Martin of Canada met in Waco, Texas and committed their nations to the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPPNA-a North American Community). This plan, again a blue print for big business, is focused on the economies of the three nations and will affect every person in the Community. The task force responsible for this dramatic change in the way we will be governed (without the knowledge or consent of the people) is sponsored by: the Council on Foreign Relations, the Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CEOs), and the Consejo Mexicano de Asuntos Internationales. This new North American economic and security community is slated to be in place by 2010. http://www.thesigintreport.com

A common security perimeter for this new economic and political creation will allow for "the elimination of most controls (open borders) over the temporary movement of ...travelers within North America."

Another objective for 2010 is full labor mobility between Canada and the United States, and later, to Mexico, when the wage differentials between it and the other two nations have "diminished considerably." Yes, that means when American and Canadian wages have diminished considerably. American businessess want to hire the cheapest labor available. They already do that by outsourcing and hiring illegal aliens from Mexico "off the books." When the FTAA passes, American workers will be competing against cheap labor throughout the hemisphere, all the way to the tip of South America. This includes the professions, too. NAFTA will be insignificant by comparison.

Speaking of NAFTA,Henry Kissenger, a member of the Trilateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations, said that NAFTA "will represent the most creative step toward a new world order taken by any group af countries since the end of the Cold War..." Nafta "is not a conventional trade agreement," ...but the architecture of a new international system." [1]

George Bush said this in a speech in Quebec City, Canada on April 21,2001: "The time has come to extend the benefits of free trade to all our peoples and to achieve a free trade agreement for the entire hemisphere. Our challenge is to energize our negotiations on a free trade area for the Americas, so that they can be completed no later than the year 2005."

Tom Tancredo (R-CO), extremely unpopular among his colleagues in Congress, issued this warning to Americans: "There are people in the (Bush) administration, and in Mexico, and in Congress, who believe that we should do away with borders entirely. Their ultimate goal is to create this hemispheric 'free trade' area consolidating all of North and South America into some kind of 'United States of the Americas.'" [2]

And Robert Pastor, a Co-Chair of the CFR Task Force on Building a North American Community, wrote in Foreign Affairs, Jan/Feb 2004 that: "NAFTA was merely the first draft of an economic constitution for North America."

Vicente Fox, President of Mexico and leading advocate for globalization, offered this comment on the new world order: "In recent years a new international system has been developing, oriented toward the establishment of norms and principles of universal jurisdiction (globalization), above national sovereignty, in the areas of what is called the New Agenda ... we have to confront... what I dare to call the Anglo-Saxon (American) prejudice against the establishment of supra-national organizations."

In Goodbye to Independence, The New American, Feb. 7, 2005, William F. Jasper wrote: "Our national, state, and local governments would become mere administrative units of regional---and ultimately, global---institutions."
That is, if the FTAA passes Congress.

In this process of dismantling America, George Bush and his co-conspirators (Congress et al) have violated their oaths of office. In Article I,section 8.3 of the Constitution of the United States, it reads: "the Congress shall have power to regulate commerce with foreign nations..." However, the Constitution does not give Congress the right to delegate that authority to an organization of unelected bureaucrats or another government to be announced later.

The Constitution also does not give Congress the right to pass agreements that would establish organizations with the power to create regulations, etc., and courts (tribunals), that would nullify the American judicial system and Constitution and, essentially, declare itself as the supreme law of the land. But it has.

The Attorney General, under the direction of George Bush, has certainly violated his oath of office. Under U.S.C.--TITLE 8, Sec.1103 (Powers and Duties of the U.S. Attorney General): (5) He shall have the power and duty to control and guard the boundaries and borders of the United States against the illegal entry of aliens and shall, in his discretion, appoint for that purpose such number of employees of the service as to him shall appear necessary and proper.

Why is George Bush sending Americans to fight and die in Iraq to protect its borders from terrorists and to preserve the territorial integrity of that nation while here in America our southern border remains open to a massive invasion, not only from illegal immigrants, but drug dealers, other criminals, and terrorists.

Oh, yes. It's about big business being more qualified to run the world as an un-accountable corporation rather than having democratically elected citizens in charge, subject to removal if they fail in carrying out their duties. Why doesn't he try explaining that to America's finest when they return from the hell he sent them to and find out that their nation no longer exists.


1- http://www.pushhamburger.com/deception1.htm
2- ibid
I would call you a wackjob, if I didn't live in EU and see the parallell between your post and that happens and have happened here.
Check out the sources, including the FTAA, NAFTA, and CAFTA sites. Also, quotes by Bush and others on illegal immigration from Mexico and the relationship between these trade agreements and open borders.
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