Sunday, June 21, 2009

The Late Great U.S.A.: The Coming Merger With Mexico and Canada, by Jerome R. Corsi, PhD

The Late Great U.S.A.: The Coming Merger With Mexico and Canada, by Jerome R. Corsi, PhD, warns of The Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) agreement of 2005 by George Bush of the U.S., Paul Martin of Canada and Vicente Fox of Mexico. That agreement is designed to transform the three countries into a North American Union, similar to the European Union (EU).

Dr. Corsi writes that the The Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) is not just unconstitutional, but an act of treason at the highest levels.

There are many serious problems with that agreement, a couple of which have to do with manufacturing and travel:

VIDEO -- Jerome Corsi on the Glen Beck Show about the Late Great U.S.A.

Corsi makes a convincing case that the outsourcing of America's manufacturing jobs outweighs the advantage conferred to those in the U.S. by lower prices.

He also warns that the “The North American Trusted Traveler Program” presages a North American passport which will result in the movement of millions more Mexicans into the U.S.

The union of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico is part of the New World Order (NWO) plan for eventual aggregation of all nations into a one-world government and economy. A major problem with this plan, for those in the U.S., is a dramatically lowered standard of living and a dramatically increased amount of control over our personal lives, including travel.

It is beyond dispute that this is what is happening, even though our Representatives and Senators prefer to deny it. They deny and downplay it, as they want to be reelected -- and they know that national sovereignty is an issue the American people feel strongly about. They are aware of the furor over illegal immigration and of popular support for better policing of our borders. Nevertheless, Corsi demonstrates in his book that there is no question that the vast majority of the politicians from both parties are selling us out.

Naturally, there are some starry-eyed “Kumbaya” types, in addition to our overlords, who think this is a good idea. Or they just deny it. The most important thing to get out of this book is to realize that anyone who pretends that there is no such thing as a plan to create a North American Union is either woefully uninformed or purposefully disingenuous.

In fact, one reviewer state that while Corsi's book is excellent, it doesn't go far enough. He thinks that there should be a discussion the Bilderberg plan of 1996 to push Canada into an economic union with the U.S. He faults Corsi for not even mentioning the Bilderbergers, and giving only passing mention to the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).

Maybe Corsi's next book will incorporate that material, as well as how the Bilderbergers recruited and groomed Barack Obama, and how they manipulated the economy to ensure the election of Obama. In the meantime, this book is excellent and a highly recommended read.

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