Tuesday, July 11, 2006


By de Andréa

Unless American citizens bring a halt to the tunnel vision that President Bush has regarding Globalism; the United States of America, as we know it, will cease to exist by the year 2010, in absolute contravention of our laws, our Constitution, and every American value; all without Congressional oversight.

If one has been wondering why George W. Bush has been dragging his feet about defining and defending our boarders, and protecting our sovereignty, it is because he does not believe in boarders, and cares nothing about American Sovereignty. The elimination of our boarders is part and parcel of a master plan to create a whole new country from Canada, the U.S. and Mexico, this writer calls it The Union of North American Socialist Republic.

Like his father; George W. Bush is a Globalist through a through. He is and always has been bent on bringing this part of the world a step closer to THE NEW WORLD ORDER.

On March 23- 31, of 2005 secret meetings were held in Waco Texas. A Cue was formed to organize the North American Security and Prosperity Partnership; creating a new country, for now, called the North American Community, complete with a new currency called the Amero.

This five year plan is being organized by President Bush and certain White House Political Elites, President Vicente Fox and other elected leaders of Mexico, Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin, certain large American Corporations, and a Council on Foreign Relations Task Force.

Among the people who are investigating this unthinkable and outrages perfidiousness secret plan to overthrow the U.S. Government are Lou Dobbs of CNN, Rep. Tom Tancredo R-Colo. Joseph Farah of World Net Daily, a free lance writer Alan Burkhart of Mississippi, the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, Phyllis Schlafly, a Free Lance political writer, best known for leading the opposition that killed the so-called equal rights Amendment. So in case you thought de Andréa had gone off his proverbial rocker, he is at least, in credible company.

Rep. Tom Tancredo is thus far, the only elected official to challenge the President on his plans for this new Super-State, demanding that the bush administration disclose activities implementing a trilateral agreement with two other nations without Congressional approval.

Jim Gilchrist, co-founder of today’s modern Minutemen had this to say. “Its time for the bush administration to come clean, if President Bush’s agenda is to establish a new North American union government to supersede the sovereignty of the United States, then the President has an obligation to tell this to the American people directly. The American public has a right to know.”

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) Published a report in May of 2005 following the secret Waco Texas meetings in March; the paper contained the following paragraph. “The CFR is assisting in the building of a new North American Community – calling for among other things, a redefining of the boarders to a perimeter boarder of the three nations, creating a super – regional governing board and the North American Paramilitary Group to ensure that the Congress of the United States does not interfere with whatever the trilateral union feels like doing.” It sounds to this writer like a revolutionary war is being planned.

Another organization involved in this new Utopia, headed by George Blackwood is the North American Super Corridor Coalition or NASCO, a non-profit organization promoting a superhighway running from Mexico through the U.S. and into Canada. This would create the world’s first international, transportation system; for the international Mid-Continent Trade and Transportation Corridor, for the purpose of improving the trade, competitiveness, and quality of life in all of North America, NAFTA on steroids.

THE BOTTOM LINE: President Bush had the audacity to call the Minutemen, Vigilantes in a derogatory way. The Framers warned the American citizens after the writing and signing of the U.S. Constitution to REMAIN VIGILANT, in case one wonders why, this is why.

de Andréa

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