I warned you I get out of line from time to time. Read with caution, you may not like it!
Well, we have all heard about the proposed North American Alliance proposal where we three countries Canada, US and Mexico team up to be imitators of the EU. Here is the beginning. Wonder how long before our economy needs a boost and it will be so much better to start over and have Amero’s OR Canamero’s for our monies. Could this be another reason we have had such a sloooowwwww wait on border security? Wonder when our countries first political prisoners from the border patrol will be released from prison?
You know, those guys that were trying to do their job and were promptly imprisoned? How long before we all have to be reeducated in some camp for correct thinking? See this link from pynkmyst …on the topic of interment camps…
The way I see it, it is probably coming in the not too distant future. Shame on me for daring to suggest such a thing! Shame on me that I would dare protest the situation with our border patrol guards being in prison as our first political prisoners. Just shame on me period!
Why was Congress compliant with this? No wonder you would like to shut the bloggers down! See my post below on the FBI coming after us.
and what is at stake in this next election.Keep us sheep in the dark, while you slowly dismantle all that has been fought for since our American Revolution. Now there was a generation that protested, Whoo Hoo!
Give us some more great Role Models!Yeah, that’s the way to do it. Keep us sheep distracted. And while you are at it, make sure Big Media that the T.V. we watch is filled with foul language (F word every other breath) Canvas Grey has a great article on this called ABC, DISNEY, Jimmy Kimmel, Sarah Silverman, Hollywood, Sheep, Yucking it Up Infect our minds and our childrens minds. You have done a pretty good job of all that, somewhere you forgot what your real job was. To report the news and investigate the truth in an unbiased fashion.
It is on how many American kids have STD’S. One in four teenaged girls in the United Sates has been infected with at least one sexually transmitted disease, according to a study released Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The first study to examine the combined national prevalence of common STDs among adolescent women in the United States estimates that at least 3.2 million teens aged 14 to 19 are currently infected. How many future lives will be ruined? This is our future coming.. I’ve already talked about the ‘dumbing down’ of our kids on a former post about home schooling.Are we not a great Role Model for the world? Does this not make us proud? Shocking number but I don’t suppose it has anything to do with the junk taken in from the music or Hollywood propaganda. Let’s get it on with our music and (whats that word again? believe it started with an F) EM! Kill the pigs and and have our jollies NOW! Oh No, people can just tune in and tune out. Oh yeah? We certainly don’t want to go back to the ‘leave it to Beaver days’ ‘Bonanza’ or the ‘Waltons’ days of T.V. Now that would be a trip! What a degrading bunch of hogwash we had the misfortune to have available for our viewing pleasure! Good golly miss Molly, those people had ‘Family Values’…oh my, can’t have anything that disgusting! Just not real enough, we need to see people pewking and imitation of REAL LIFE! You know, show some disrespect for any authority figure.. You had to sit in the corner baby, well Mama and Daddy (if we are fortunate enough to have Daddys in our families) will take care of that right now.. Can’t hurt your self esteem any now can we?
We need some real here…as in the F word substituted for any real talent with writing! as in the hotties getting it on in bed…..as in humiliating people with that stupid lie detector show, as in degradation of women.. I’m just getting started so I had better just shut the (What was that great word) up? I’ve heard it so much it just comes naturally, sorry folks! We’ll just save my additional rants , I’ve got plenty of those for another post.
Now for the rest of the story:
It is obvious that we want allies and the Canadian people are great! At the same time, do we understand the ramifications of this act?
by Aurora of the MidnightSun
Are you entertained by the lively repartee and mud-slinging going on in the presidential debates? Hillary says this, Obama says that… We post it all over our blogs. In the meantime, while we’re safely distracted, it looks as though some momentous happenings have been going on behind the scene. Were you aware that America and Canada have just signed a significant defense agreement with each other?
In a political move that received little if any attention by the American news media, the United States and Canada entered into a military agreement on February 14, 2008, allowing the armed forces from one nation to support the armed forces of the other nation during a domestic civil emergency, even one that does not involve a cross-border crisis, according to a police commander involved in homeland security planning and implementation.
It is an initiative of the Bi-National Planning Group whose final report, issued in June 2006, called for the creation of a “Comprehensive Defense and Security Agreement,” or a “continental approach” to Canada-US defense and security.
<…> (T)he agreement — defined as a Civil Assistance Plan — was not submitted to Congress for debate and approval, nor did Congress pass any law or treaty specifically authorizing this military agreement to combine the operations of the armed forces of the United States and Canada in the event of domestic civil disturbances ranging from violent storms, to health epidemics, to civil riots or terrorist attacks.
“This is a military plan that’s designed to bypass the Posse Comitatus Act that traditionally prohibited the US military from operating within the borders of the United States. Not only will American soldiers be deployed at the discretion of whomever is sitting in the Oval Office, but foreign soldiers will also be deployed in American cities,” warns Lt. Steven Rodgers, commander of the Nutley, NJ Police Department’s detective bureau.
In Canada the agreement paving the wayfor the militaries of the US and Canada to cross each other’s borders to fight domestic emergencies was not announced either by Prime Minister Harper’s administration or the Canadian military. The agreement met with protests and demonstrations by Canadians opposed to such treaties with the US.
“It’s kind of a trend when it comes to issues of Canada-US relations and contentious issues like military integration,” claims Stuart Trew, a researcher with the Council of Canadians.
“We see that this government is reluctant to disclose information to Canadians that is readily available on American and Mexican websites,” he said in a press statement.
The military Civil Assistance Planis seen by critics as a further incremental step toward creating a North American armed forces available to be deployed in domestic North American emergency situations. According to the NORTHCOM press release, the plan “allows the military from one nation to support the armed forces of the other nation during a civil emergency.”
“That’s why [there’s] all this secrecy. Has anyone heard Clinton, Obama or McCain complain about this significant policy shift? All three of these presidential hopefuls are in the US Senate, yet not a peep from them about a foreign army being called to ‘police’ US neighborhoods under the guise of an ‘emergency,’” he said.
In May 2007, President Bush took it upon himself to sign the National Security Presidential Directive 51 which is also known as Homeland Security Presidential Directive 20, authorizing the president to declare a national emergency and take over all functions of federal, state, local, territorial and tribal governments, without necessarily obtaining the approval of Congress to do so.
While Americans are being kept in the dark about this treaty, Canadian citizens are being totally ignored by their government. The extent of military integration called for by the BNP is unprecedented and has received absolutely no public debate in the House of Commons. If they wish to read about the details of this military agreement, Canadians must go to the Northern Command website to see any evidence of the new agreement.
“Once the Canadian people discover they can be [legally invaded] by US troops, they will take to the streets and protest and use the very effective weapon of civil disobedience. Canadians will not stand for occupation by a foreign army same as Americans won’t,” said conservative columnist and commentator Rachel Marsden.
Interesting what is happening while we are not watching, America! This is the regionalization of the continent and the beginnings of the loss of your national sovereignty, just as the U.K. has lost theirs to the continent of Europe. Once you’ve got one military and one currency, not to mention huge cross-continental trade routes, everything else will end up being a formality. Perhaps Obama will be king of a bigger kingdom than we realize. No wonder they’re trying to distract us by the Obama/Hillary show.
Found these comments interesting from Aurora’s site on the above.
- We all saw this coming, but like the situation with illegal aliens, border security, North American highway, North American …. We feel impotent to actually DO anything about it.Most citizens don’t know or care about the important issues of the day. They are too busy with reality TV, the latest electronic device, etc. Very sad but true.The fact that Congress is not rising up and complaining that they were not involved in this is beyond me. Oh, right, they are too involved in holding hearings on baseball players, steroids, etc.I can see where it would be helpful IF some event required the assistance of our Canadian neighbors, but that request and agreement could be made at the time of that improbably event.I also wonder what the US military REALLY think of this. There is friendly competition between Army, Navy, Marines, etc. I’m sure they won’t like this.
<!– after publication. –>Thanks Angel. The boldness to fight is certainly decreasing or at least going underground for a time.Debbie, I agree that our hands are effectively tied now. I think it’s beyond the reach of the average citizen to do anything and, as you say, few really even think about such things. In my opinion, it’s up to us now to just tell the truth about what’s going on for the window of time we have left and, at the same time, know what we’re facing and prepare for it as best we can.
It is odd that Congress wasn’t involved, but I would say they were complicit but just not publicly so. They will be able to blame it on G.W. Bush later and the Democrats will be able to retain their rosy reputation.
What you will have now is a massive military. Does this mean that Canada will have veto power on what the military does? I would say yes.
<!– after publication. –>Wow. This reminds me of the internment camps that Halliburtonhas supposedly built here in America. I remember Michael Savage once commenting that average joe Americans will be surprised to find themselves in those camps – not Muslims, not Code Pinks, not illegals, but those like us who will protest via words or our small useless counter protests. He said that we would have expectations of law enforcement protecting us, but we will find a compromised, sensitized, PC force intent on stomping out dissent against the coming order.