Harper and Obama pursue NAU agenda through security perimiter pretext
Special to The Canadian
Canada and the U.S. are reportedly negotiating a "security and trade deal" which could be signed as early as January 2011. The proposed agreement would establish a security perimeter toward the fulfillment of the North American Union (NAU) agenda.
The NAU is a corporate agenda to replace the respectitve democratic constitutions of Canada and also the U.S. with a neo-fascistic continentalistic entity controlled by elites associated with the American political industrial complex. Through the 9/11 mandate, elites have been able to pursue the NAU agenda in a manner that could never have been achieved if there had not been 9/11.
The Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP), along with other U.S.-Canada initiatives have allowed the two countries to incrementally move towards creating a common security perimeter.
The Centre for Research on Globalization elaborates that the idea of a Canada-U.S. security perimeter is not new. Various bilateral actions over the last number of years have further laid the groundwork for this concept to become a reality. In 2006, the renewal of NORAD added maritime warning missions to its existing duties, in an effort to address new and emerging continental threats.
The U.S. and Canadian military signed the Civil Assistance Plan in 2008, which allows the armed forces of one nation to support the other during an emergency. In effect, this provides the context for the U.S. government to take-over Canada militarily without United Nations members being able to protest such action.
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