Bush doesn’t deny formation of a North American Union
Los Angeles, CA (August 21, 2007) -- At a press conference in Ottawa, George W. Bush belittled growing fears of a coming North American Union…without specifically denying that this is the ultimate goal of the benignly-named “Security and Prosperity Partnership,” according to Dr. Jerome Corsi, author of the New York Times bestseller “The Late Great U.S.A: The Coming Merger with Mexico and Canada” (WND Books, ISBNs 0-9790451-4-2, $25.95, July 2007).
“That’s exactly the same type of response Europeans got from their leaders, even as the EU noose was tightening around the necks of the millions who wanted nothing to do with a European super-state,” observes Corsi.
And there’s plenty to be suspicious about when it comes to Bush’s motives and the ultimate goal of the Security and Prosperity Partnership. Ridicule, says Corsi, is always the “last resort of someone who’s losing an argument.” The evidence of Bush’s perfidy, as shown in “The Late Great U.S.A,” is just too overwhelming to paper over.
When Bush failed to respond to the Fox News question with a categorical denial of the plans for a North American Union, “He underestimated the intelligence of people listening. People realize that the question wasn’t answered.”
Furthermore, Corsi said, “Bush did not address the fact that Texas Gov. Rick Perry vetoed a two-year moratorium on the Trans-Texas Corridor project,” believed to be the starting point for an eventual continent-wide grid of NAFTA Superhighways, as outlined in “The Late Great U.S.A.”
“Just to ridicule the idea, when Bush had a change to categorically deny it, raises doubts in peoples’ minds, especially when these meetings aren’t transparent,” Corsi added. The meeting, which focused on economic issues, was attended by representatives of dozens of multinational corporations anxious to have their manufacturing and sales processes “smoothed.” And therein lies so much of the danger.
“When multi-nationals and bureaucrats talk about ’smoothing’ and ’harmonizing’ trade, hold onto your wallets and say goodbye to the America of our forefathers. What Bush & Co. are talking about isn’t harmonization, it’s integration.”
Which makes even more ludicrous Canadian Prime Minister Harper’s claim that “the SPP discussions that were held concerned such pressing issues as jelly beans.” For Corsi, that argument doesn’t amount to a hill of beans. “If the issues being addressed - and decided - at the SPP conference in Ottawa were so meaningless, then why aren’t they open to the public and transparent? Why is it that not one person with objections or questions was allowed into the meeting rooms?”
The only heartening thing to come out of the press conference for Jerome Corsi was the fact that the question about a coming North American Union was asked by a reporter from Fox News. “Perhaps this means that the mainstream media is finally taking note of the extreme danger our nation is facing from Bush, his corporate cronies and enablers both to the north and the south. Maybe it won’t just be up to sites like WorldNetDaily and people like me to sound the alarm.”
Thanks to “The Late Great U.S.A”, the tide is beginning to turn against George W. Bush’s traitorous legacy, and not a moment too soon.
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