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! 

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