Senior U.S. delegation schedules Press Conference in Canada's capital August 20, in solidarity with activists against the SPP
American leaders oppose Bush efforts to set up anti-democratic North American Union
Edited by John Stokes
OTTAWA - Prominent conservative leaders are scheduled to hold a News Conference in Ottawa, against the North American Union (NAU) agenda. These leaders are opposed to the U.S. Bush administration's "neo-con" agenda. This neo-con agenda now seeks to politically and economically assimilate Canada and the U.S., as great democracies, into an anti-democratic authoritarian driven "NAU". These leaders will be accompanied by Canadian activist Connie Fogal, who is the leader of the Canadian Action Party (CAP), that also opposes the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
This News Conference is to protest the secretive summit of the so-called Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) of North America, being conducted by President George Bush of the United States, Prime Minister Stephen Harper of Canada, and President Felipe Calderon of Mexico. The summit of the three world leaders is being held in Montebello, Quebec, from August 20-21, to plan a "North American Union", without any constitutionally required public debate or critical scrutiny by the general publics of Canada, the U.S., and Mexico. The architects of the NAU model their efforts on the European Union, but without the "hassle" of democratic participation, which in the view of Big Business elites, neo-con intellectuals, and military strategists, has hindered "progress".
Date and Time: Monday, August 20, 2007 at 10 a.m.
- Howard Phillips, Chairman of The Conservative Caucus, a leading nationwide conservative organization
- Jerome Corsi, Ph.D., author, The Late Great USA; reporter for WorldNetDaily
- Connie Fogal, Leader, Canadian Action Party;
- Tom DeWeese, President of the American Policy Center, a leading American grassroots foundation devoted to free enterprise and limited government;
- Jack McManus, President of the John Birch Society;
- Bob Park, Founder, Veterans for Secure Borders; Board Chairman, ProEnglish; and
- Statement from U.S. Congressman Walter Jones (R-NC)
- others to be confirmed
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