PREMEDITATED MERGER Inside the hush-hush North American Union confab


 U.S.State Department

By Jerome R. Corsi                               breaking.gif


Purple sarcasm by Angie (that be me)                             

WASHINGTON — A largely unreported meeting held at the State Department discussed integration of the U.S., Mexico and Canada in concert with a move toward a transatlantic union, linking a North American community with the European Union.

Yup, gotta keep things as quite as possible, we sheep must not know things, we might bah..bah…bah…

The meeting was held Monday under the auspices of the Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy, or ACIEP. WND obtained press credentials and attended as an observer. The meeting was held under “Chatham House” rules that prohibit reporters from attributing specific comments to individual participants. 

Well, of coure, can’t actually let us sheep know who said what!

The State Department website noted the meeting was opened by Assistant Secretary of State for Economic, Energy and Business Affairs Daniel S. Sullivan and ACIEP Chairman Michael Gadbaw, vice president and senior counsel for General Electric’s International Law & Policy group since December 1990.

WND observed about 25 ACIEP members, including U.S. corporations involved in international trade, prominent U.S. business trade groups, law firms involved with international business law, international investment firms and other international trade consultants.

No members of Congress attended the meeting.

Did we expect them too? My goodness they have so much more important things to do than see about our countrys welfare! This is the lamest Congress I have seen in my lifetime! 

The agenda for the ACIEP meeting was not published, and State Department officials in attendance could not give WND permission under Chatham House rules to publish the agenda.

Better not publish your agenda, we sheep that you are leading to slaughter with your agenda just might get riled up!

The meeting agenda included topics reviewing the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, or SPP, and the U.S.-EU Transatlantic Economic Council, or TEC.

Security? Prosperity? You talking about our border security? talking about the dollar falling? Or just our Economy in general? Oh, you must be talking about Prosperity for you, The special ones that can just change at your will our Country and make sure YOU have prosperity! It doesnt take a Rocket Scientist here to see that you are up to no good and I for one do not trust you at all!!!

The SPP, declared by the U.S., Canada and Mexico at a summit meeting in 2005, has 20 trilateral bureaucratic working groups that seek to “integrate and harmonize” administrative rules and regulations on a continental basis.

Yeah, let’s all integrate and harmonize and while you are going about taking care of our business, let’s just take away THE USA Sovereinty, can’t wait to sing Kumbaya!

Several participants said the premise of the SPP is to create a North American business platform to benefit North America-based multi-national companies the way the European Union benefits its own.

Oh yes, the E.U. is an excellent Model of Perfection! Business as usual!

Others noted the premise of the TEC is to create a convergence of administrative rules and regulations between Europe and North America, anticipating the creation of a “Transatlantic Economic Union” between the European Union and North America.

Shall we adopt their way of life too?

Participants pointed out that transatlantic trade is currently 40 percent of all world trade. They argue that trade and non-trade barriers need to be further reduced to maintain that market share as a framework is put in place to advance transatlantic economic integration.

Further reduced? You must jest! We, the People do see your greed ! Of course we can always follow the money, isnt that what they say? Follow the money Follow the money!

Still, some participants argued that many corporations in North America already have moved beyond a North American focus to adopt a global perspective that transcends even the Transatlantic market.

Yes, Global, let’s just get this ball rolling to faster satisfy our need for One World Government..Let’s see, who shall we elect to run this great Global empire? Oh, will we have elections or will you guys just appoint?

“Supply chains and markets are everywhere,” one participant asserted. “What’s to stop global corporations from going after the cheapest labor available globally, wherever they can find it, provided the cost of transporting goods globally can be managed economically?”

Well Slap my face, we only need 2 classes of people here….The have’s and the Have Not’s. We need to pay oh let’s see, does 50 cents an hour about cut it?

Other participants argued regional alliances were still important, if only to put in place the institutional bases that ultimately would lead to global governance on uniform global administrative regulations favorable to multi-national corporations.

That’s what I said, Bunny Bread!

“North America should be a premiere platform to establish continental institutions,” a participant said. “That’s why we need to move the security perimeters to include the whole continent, especially as we open the borders between North American countries for expanding free trade.”

How much of this do you think we do not understand? That is what we have been saying, You don’t want our borders secure..You want to move between them freely, let’s not make it inconvenient…Let’s use the guise to fool the people into thinking you are thinking of the poor crossing our borders for a better life..What hogwash, we are not all so gullible that we cannot read between your lies and false compassion! Your only compassion is for the almighty dollar and Power to yourselves! Cheap labor, easy access to and fro… What a ruse!

One presentation on the agenda identified four reasons why administrative rules and regulations need to be integrated by SPP in North America and by the Transatlantic Economic Council, bridging together European Union and North American markets:

  • Standardization – to keep prices low and productivity high;
  • Equates to cheap labor and 70 hours per week or 1 person doing the work of 4. Pretty good Profit margins I would say.
  • Investment – for every $1 traded, $4 is invested; right now 75 percent of investment in the U.S. comes from the EU, and 52 percent of the investment in the EU comes from the U.S.;
  • Nobody ever said life is fair.We will surely know that in the days to come..
  • Productivity Improvements – to lower production costs and stimulate trade; and
  • Open Borders – to facilitate the free movement of labor to markets where employment opportunities are available.
  •  Oh yeah, we saw that coming some time back..What else is new? I am afraid to ask cuz I aint gonna like your answers! Oh, I forgot, we don’t need answers, it is just gonna be done. SCUSE ME, thought we were in America home of the brave and free! Constitution and all that, Bill of rights…hmmm.. So we will all just get a card saying we can go back and forth or is it time for a chip or something implanted in us? I am so glad you are looking out for our best interests…
  • The discussion pointed out the SPP trilateral working groups and the Transatlantic Economic Council were being supported by top-level Cabinet officers and the heads of state in both the EU and in North America.
  • Who would have thought it? Heads of state you say? Top level Cabinet officers? Scuse my lack of knowledge, is this some sort of Conspiracy that is going to be inflicted upon all us sheep? Whoo Hoo, nobody be liking Conspiracy talking! We just be little people out here with no school housing.
  • Progress in EU-U.S. regulatory integration was noted in financial market coordination, investment rule cohesion, trade security measures and efforts undertaken recently to preserve intellectual property rights.Before the meeting began, concerns were raised informally by participants worried that the Ohio Democratic Party primary had prompted both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton to talk of renegotiating NAFTA.
  • Oh shucks, you know they just be talking politics to get elected.. How many keep their promises? Evidently we have not had that for over 20 years.
  • Participants at the State Department meeting pointed out U.S. political candidates could be expected to argue “protectionist themes opposed to global economic integration” as a tactic, without necessarily being committed to taking aggressive steps once in office.
  • How many times do I have to tell ya, they won’t be necessarily committed.. They are as you, with the Media’s help distracting us. while the real stuff is going on behind closed doors..and Nobody is on a loudspeaker on any major network telling us about you!
  • “The political dialogue misses the point of economic reality,” one participant argued. “There is a J-curve correlation between when a currency like the U.S. dollar depreciates and when exports kick in to increase. We should accelerate the J-curve and our discussion about it, to help the local politics catch up with the international reality.”
  • Yeah, there are more important things than National Soverignty.. like the money honey, globe trotting one world for all you Power Mongers! International Reality is coming our way soon..Is it not a lovely Neighborhood?
  • Part of the discussion was devoted to concerns that national regulators in North America and Europe were too reluctant to abandon provincial regulatory advantages.”Regulators by nature are advocates, and they are hard to move,” one participant grumbled. “What we need is more diplomats and negotiators to identify solutions, otherwise the bureaucrats will bog down the progress we need to see coming out of the SPP and TEC.”
  • Yeah, we need more of those that talk double speak so we can accept it. Don’t want to stop Progress!
  • “North America is already an integrated continental economy and a continental-wide business platform,” another said. “What we need now is more regulatory convergence. ‘Harmonized’ should mean that once approved, the same set of administrative regulations and procedures ought to be ready throughout NAFTA, SPP and the TEC.”As WND previously reported, the Transatlantic Economic Council, or TEC, was created by President Bush at an April 30 summit meeting at the White House with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the current president of the European Council, and European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso.
  • Yeah, rushing in that New World Order his Daddy talked about.

  • WND also reported the Transatlantic Policy Network, a non-governmental organization headquartered in Washington and Brussels and advised by a bi-partisan congressional policy group chaired by Sen. Robert Bennett, R-Utah, has called for the creation of a Transatlantic Common Market between the U.S. and the European Union by 2015.A complete membership list of the current 60-person Advisory Committee on International Policy is published on the State Department website.ACIEP members include corporate officers from General Electric, Exxon Mobil, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., Archer Daniels Midland, United Parcel Service, Citibank, Proctor & Gamble, Hunt Oil, CMS Energy, Boeing, 3M, Goldman Sachs and Cargill.
  • Pretty impressive group that I know are thinking about us..’WE THE PEOPLE’!
  • The most recent “Summary of Discussions” published on the Department of State website was for the Dec. 18 ACIEP meeting.A published article on the State Department website includes photographs of the Dec. 18 ACIEP meeting, listing by name several participants who were photographed in attendance.
  • Well people, I had hoped to publish something funny for us today or light hearted. Sometimes it is just too depressing, We do have a right to know what is going on and what kind of future they have planned for us. I do not trust any of these guys to make that decision. They clearly imo have their interests at heart throwing us into a frenzy toward One World Government much sooner than we are going to comfortable with.
  •  I always distrusted those that would scream conspiracy but I am now one of them as in I THINK this has been an undercurrent for quite some time and I am no longer above thinking that our markets and economy have been manipulated to bring us to the current position we now find ourselves in.It has all been smoke screens on the above and on the border issues, we screamed and screamed loudly where they finally said we will build a fence..Even Juan McCain said he got it, we wanted it and he would see that we got it. But he would still implement his previous positions on the illegal question..

  • Understand that I understand we need and am for business to provide jobs, make a profit etc: I am not against business. Heck I am a believer in our system. What I AM against is losing our Soverignty and Open Borders and Secret meetings to decide for us which way the wind blows on our policies!
  •  On another note I found this: It’s always for the greater good is it not? I got a headache and going to lay down..But I will be back just like the terminator Arnie…:)

    When the vote is for socialism in 2008. Hillary and Obama can’t wait to turn your kid into a good citizen in service to the greater good. And you? You will be sent to re-education camp, because, Obama warned us – can’t say he didn’t issue a harbinger of what is to come – you will have no choice. And that is more chump change from the would be Messiah.

    Mr. Obama argues that the right of parents to be involved in the lives of their minor children is limited by the government’s determination whether the children are either fearful or are convinced the notification of an event will disappoint parents. He goes on to argue that parents need only be involved in their children’s lives when they can “be open with us and loving toward us, and we toward them.” He is argues that, since the “Big Brother Federal Government” cannot force openness and lovingness, the familial bond need not be honored at all.

    The logical extension of Mr. Obama’s argument is that the parent-child relationship is not a natural right, but a privilege granted by the government. Anytime the government deems some aspect of that relationship – no matter how inconsequential – to be unacceptable, it may be severed by the state.


    And this :
    Christians right to pray, too  Imagine that!
    Appeal seeks to overturn
    decision eliminating ‘Jesus’

     And check out this one: hattip to SHOCKBLOG

    New TV series: Silencing Christians

    Check it out here. Looks like a winner.


    1. “This is the lamest Congress I have seen in my lifetime!”

      And they promised to do so much eh, a new direction and all that!

      “Oh, will we have elections or will you guys just appoint?”

      Appoint off course, it would be such a nightmare to get all the sheeple into line to vote and count it all. Besides they probably consider us too stupid to make our own decisions so they’ll have to do it for our own good.

      “That’s why we need to move the security perimeters to include the whole continent…”

      If it’s any consolation Angie, judging by the current ability of these gasbags to protect America’s borders the continental ‘security perimeter’ will be just as useless.

      “The logical extension of Mr. Obama’s argument is that the parent-child relationship is not a natural right…”

      Everything the left does, trying to tear apart the family points to this, they want us to be subjects, not citizens, us being free threatens them somehow.

      Of course the ‘security perimeter will be useless. They make me crazy! Gasbags is a good name for them. Did I say that? sorry I am just a bad subject,
      I agree with you as you can see.. Our leaders sure have done a good job of governing, don’t ya think? I don’t even want to think about what’s coming in November…belch gag!

    2. This is the lamest Congress I have seen in my lifetime!
      yes yes yes!..feel better hun..outstanding post!

      Well they certainly are lame. Thanks girlfriend!

    3. I just couldn’t read it all. No wonder you have a headache, I feel sick too. This has been coming for a long, long, lonnnnnngggg time. Just the unwrapping of the sixties and what happened then makes it all easy to see. This has been generations upon generations in the making because few really want to know, understand or will do anything to make a change. It is very disheartening. But I have to admit I love the Bunny Bread remark! THAT did make me laugh! Hugs, Deb

      I think you are so right. The 60’s ushered in a lot of what is not so good for our families the most. Generations upon generations of our own ‘Its all about me’ attitude and apathy. I could go on and on, yes it does give me a headache. Barf!

      Glad you liked the Bunny Bread, do you remember that commercial? Some of that stuff sticks like wonder we are market gullible.. 🙂

      Lots and lots of hugs back to ya

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