It’s Time To Revise The Strategy To Secure A Sovereign United States
By Doug Wrenn, Magic City Morning Star, October 2, 2006
Some members of Congress have stated that we must first secure our borders before we can even discuss immigration reform. I part company with some of these folks, because despite their tough talk, their view of immigration reform, even post-border security, still translates into a diluted version of amnesty, and the allowing of “day-workers” to transverse our border, and potentially abuse their privileges. While I disagree with the latter part of that plan, the first part is correct, or at least, it was until recently.
One of the biggest obstacles to real border security and immigration reform has been our forked-tongued president. Now, the motivation for his agenda is exposed, and to regain and preserve any semblance of security and sovereignty, the citizenry of the US, and our elected representatives of government must now revise the now obsolete formula. Border security must no longer be our first priority. Now, we must stop the SPP, or “Security and Prosperity Partnership,” dead in its tracks, and right now, while, or even, if, we still can.
The SPP plan, agreed upon in 2005 by the US, Canada and Mexico removes the borders from the three nations in 2010. Article 2, section 2 of our now endangered US Constitution says that the President may only make a treaty with the advice and consent of the Senate, with 2/3 of that body present concurring. For those who do not call SPP a “treaty,” but an “agreement,” I refer those naysayers to the 2nd College Edition of the American Heritage dictionary, which in part, defines a “treaty” as “A formal agreement between two or more states.”
Call SPP what you will, but it is a treaty, and it has not been officially condoned by the US Senate. The President has usurped the Constitution in violation of his inaugural oath and exceeded his Presidential authority, no precedent for him by any means. Meanwhile, several members of Congress such as Representatives Katherine Harris (R-FL) and Dan Burton (R-IN) are proposing legislation and traveling abroad to help along the President’s SPP agenda. The original SPP idea and meeting was held in secret and now we know why. Kudos to The New American magazine, which dedicated almost an entire issue (October 2nd) to comprehensively exposing the SPP, otherwise known as the North American Union, or NAU.
...NAFTA was intended to facilitate the movement of goods. The North American Union, or NAU is designed to move people.
The so-called super-highway, which is one product of the NAU, is in fact, several super-highways in four regions of the US, linking Canada with Mexico via the US. The folks in Texas were deceived by secret workings of their state government in facilitating part of these highways through that state, while supposedly, 90% of Texans are opposed to the idea.... Eminent domain use and also, abuse, as cited by TNA, which is now legally allowed by the recent and hideous Kelo vs. New London decision in the Supreme Court, will be rampant, as the super-highways will be four football fields long in width, with multiple lanes in each direction reserved solely for tractor trailers, car, and even trains. A checkpoint will be constructed in Kansas City, Missouri, and will be considered Mexican soil...
...Consider one small piece of the sage writing of Alexander Hamilton, weighing the complexities of treaty making, shared by the President and the Senate in Federalist # 75,
“An avaricious man might be tempted to betray the interests of the state for his own acquisition of wealth. An ambitious man might make his own aggrandizement, by the aid of a foreign power, the price of his treachery to his constituents. The history of human conduct does not warrant that exalted opinion of human virtue which would make it wise in a nation to commit interests of so delicate and momentous kind, as those which concern its intercourse with the rest of the world, to the sole disposal of a magistrate created and circumstanced as would be a President of the United States.” Hamilton wrote those words on March 26, 1788....
President Bush has not only impeded securing our borders, but arguably even opened them even further... What sense does it make to aggressively fight only some of the terrorists and contain them in Afghanistan and Iraq, while their minions can flank our country from across the Rio Grande River? Now, President Bush and his loyal cronies are pushing SPP down our throats. The President’s previous mysterious contradictory statements and actions are now mysterious no more. Our northern and southern borders are to be officially erased, as per the SPP agreement in 2010. Any “fence” erected on our southern border with Mexico between now and then is little more than a bone thrown to us dogs. Rest assured, if that fence ever does go up, it will either be taken back down, or be opened in or near 2010, thus wasting even millions more of our precious tax dollars....
This fight is about our survival, both individually as citizens, and collectively, as a nation. It is a fight too important to lose, of even take lightly.
Look at what currently exists around us to see what may happen here in the NAU. Forget about your 2nd Amendment rights to protect yourself. Guns have already been confiscated in Canada. In Mexico, it is even illegal to possess a bullet. Free speech, of the possibly soon to be extinct 1st Amendment, will be gone.... The Mexican government is rife with corruption, police brutality, and bought and paid for judges. True due process of law exists only on paper, and seldom in practice.... Supposedly, while US troops fight abroad, Mexican troops will be in charge of securing our newly expanded “homeland.” In the end, our Constitution will have as much strength and significance as one-ply toilet tissue....
The permeating of globalism into the US government not only exists, but also prospers on both sides of the partisan aisle, and in many back-room deals within the allegedly hallowed halls of our nation’s Capitol.... We all must unify, rise, and rally once again, this time, to stop the SPP, also known as the NAU, or else, it will mean the E-N-D of the U.S.A.
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