Thursday, December 27, 2007

The inevitable North American Union (NAU)

What is the SPP?

"The Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) was launched in March of 2005 as a trilateral effort to increase security and enhance prosperity among the United States, Canada and Mexico through greater cooperation and information sharing.

This trilateral initiative is premised on our security and our economic prosperity being mutually reinforcing. The SPP recognizes that our three great nations are bound by a shared belief in freedom, economic opportunity, and strong democratic institutions.

The SPP provides the framework to ensure that North America is the safest and best place to live and do business. It includes ambitious security and prosperity programs to keep our borders closed to terrorism yet open to trade.

The SPP builds upon, but is separate from, our long-standing trade and economic relationships. It energizes other aspects of our cooperative relations, such as the protection of our environment, our food supply, and our public health."

Now, what does Smarth Growth and Community Development have to do with the SPP? Well, land use and transportation are "integrated":

"The FHWA believes that "smart growth" is a concept best supported by a set of policies and programs intended to protect and preserve valuable natural and cultural resources. "Smart growth" also encourages economic development in targeted locations. While transportation is not specifically mentioned in that working definition, it is important to note that transportation affects land use just like affordable housing, good schools, and low crime rates."

The Federal Highway Administration is DIRECTLY connected to EVERY communitarian program underway in the United States:

It really doesn't matter if you're for or against this whole new trade agreement. This plan for world government is too complete. It allows for ZERO dissenting votes or opinions. Ask the French and Dutch voters what happens when their two nations included in the European Union voted against the establishment of a new "European Union" constitution. Their EU leaders simply signed a new treaty at Lisbon that adopted the "failed" EU constititution anyway.

This could revolutionize the travel industry!

Will Alaskans get to ride with Mexican truck drivers all the way to Mexico during the harsh winter months? Does the SPP mean Americans with DUIs and minor criminal records won't have to pay the Canadian border's mafia extortion agents just to drive back and forth between the continental U.S. and the state of Alaska? The Mexicans get travel clearance... don't they?

Notice how the above map shows the trade route goes all the way to Fairbanks, Alaska? Well it's been amazing to watch how huge Fairbanks has grown over the past decade. The new Mitchell and Johansen Expressways were built in a large circle around the town, and massive building has been ongoing... huge new Wal Marts and Borders Bookstores in a dying town that has little to no industrial or agricultural base. It looked to me like "somebody" knew something BIG was going to happen that would create a populace to sustain all the new corporate stores. Rural Planning is a very important piece:

So don't worry about a thing Amerika. In the USA and Canada, we're still arguing over the reality of our emerging North American Union. We don't expect any national referendums to arise from the populace in our "free" nations. Not that it would make a bit of difference even if the SPP/NAU did end up as a legally proposed constitutional amendment. Our state legislatures would probably vote for ALL of it, regardless of what their constituents want. Nothing will be allowed to sway the path of the emerging synthesis. It's our evolutionary destiny, okay?

Don't waste your precious time away from the TV or sports by even thinking about the NAU. If you must do something "political," Christian conservatives can follow their Israeli leaders at the Horowitz Freedom Center and put all their energy into fighting the illusive Islamofascists. The left can do what they've always done. As top leaders on both sides know, promoting dialectical conflicts ensures the REAL issues facing North America are left to the more educated, moral people who should be making all the important top level decisions in secret anyway, right?

My country's tired of me
I've joined the SPP
of three I sing
Land where the U.S. ends
where all of Canada bends
We're all Mexican tequilla blends
Let new slavery ring!


Flanders Fields said...

Good post, tent lady. I've linked to and cited it in a post. I know there is a heavy participation by those you call Israelis in groups such as CFR, Bilderberg, RIIA, etc., but have you any information which leads you to think that the influence exerted through those are to the direct benefit of Israeli or other specific interests? I tend to think of the groups as heavy with corporates, industrialists, leftists and communists with NWO as a goal and without an specific agenda favorable to certain groups. Thanks for your work in keeping this matter of sovereignty in proper perspective.

The Tent Lady said...

Thanks for the comment flanders fields. I got a bit flippant near the end of this post and maybe I should get that way more often. :)

My research indicates the most obvious "direct benefit of Israeli or other specific interests" is financial aid going to support Israel (and financing for U.S. government technology and police training contracts). Recent allegations claim Condoleeza Rice agreed the U.S. will pay Israel's loans/eventual grants in Euros, but I haven't been able to locate her direct quote saying that yet.

The WRMEA reports:
"Since 1992, the U.S. has offered Israel an additional $2 billion annually in loan guarantees. Congressional researchers have disclosed that between 1974 and 1989, $16.4 billion in U.S. military loans were converted to grants and that this was the understanding from the beginning. Indeed, all past U.S. loans to Israel have eventually been forgiven by Congress, which has undoubtedly helped Israel's often-touted claim that they have never defaulted on a U.S. government loan. U.S. policy since 1984 has been that economic assistance to Israel must equal or exceed Israel's annual debt repayment to the United States. Unlike other countries, which receive aid in quarterly installments, aid to Israel since 1982 has been given in a lump sum at the beginning of the fiscal year, leaving the U.S. government to borrow from future revenues. Israel even lends some of this money back through U.S. treasury bills and collects the additional interest."

I don't see the NWO agenda favoring the Israeli people as a whole, but I do see it as favoring Israeli leaders who believe they have an ancient date with destiny. Israels founders had a clear vision of their own, and I'm not convinced all Israelis share in that vision.

A new twist in the whole Jewish "bankers" part of the NWO agenda is the possible adoption of Islamic banking laws. Talmudic law is already used to balance U.S. Constitutional Law, and Sanhedrin Courts have been established to mediate civil disputes in the U.S. and Israel. So what an interesting twist this throws into the global financial picture, as can already be seen by the reactions of the anti-Islamic U.S. right. I haven't yet seen anything on how the left sees this development, have you?

I'd have to spend a lot more time reading before I could form an opinion about the direction this incorporation of Islam into the big bankers "group" will take.. but I am convinced the only group that stands to benefit from a global system are billionaire elites and their minions, the very connected, powerful, educated and rich people from all over the world. It will be the poor and uneducated middle class citizens from every former nation who will hold no rights in the NWO system (which cleverly promotes "human" rights and NOT individual rights) no matter what their religion or race is. Can't build a global slave state without having both masters and slaves.

My ACL Zionism research is at:

S. said...

I've only scanned over this article and will read it more carefully later today, but for some clarification, the "pay us in Euros" comment by Condi Rice was a satire piece at Wake Up From Your Slumber, and possiblly other sites. I believe a WUFYS blogger wrote that cutting satire that came off so well it sounded totally believable! Thanks for the info Niki! and please don't stop now.... :D

Flanders Fields said...

Flippancy seems to suit you, TL, along with your serious side, too.

I have been examining NWO more from the standpoint of the Corporatists and communists/leftists. I recently have revised my explorations and have come across information, some of which I was already aware and some which was new to me. I suggest that you may want to check these links to videos/recordings.

I find them to be central to what we are discussing and to the identity of those who are pressing an agenda on the world which no one wants.

I also include a link to a treatise which is addressed to this same problem from a gentleman who wrote in the mid to late 1800's. It is lengthy, but worth the time to read.


Parts 1-5 on Benjamin Freedman give a good overview.

Rothschilds - until you're tired of watching

By Lysander Spooner

I suggest, too, that you may be interested in this blog: (Politea)

I'll be back to visit. You are doing good work. Thanks for the link to your research, and I'll check it out.

The Tent Lady said...

Thanks s, I became suspicious when I couldn't find the source article for Condi saying that. I learned very early on in this work to find the direct quote or intoduce it only as an unverified citation.

The weird thing about my writing for the ACL is the old articles, where I pretend to "be" a communitarian, and write as if I am a spokesman for them. Those always got the best reactions. The problem was when that's all people read of our work, then they think I AM a communitarian (and somehow miss the title of our site, the ANTI-communitarian League).

And flanders, thanks, I've seen references to Spooner so I'll dive on that one. These videos look good, and I'm sure some of the people I know will appreciate the links, but my dial-up is so slow I can barely listen to Whole Wheat radio with my sister or listen to archives of interviews I've done. (I haven't even seen myself in One Nation Under Siege yet... maybe I never will.)

It sure is nice to be getting some comments around here.. maybe now more of the regulars will join in. I am very interested in knowing what my readers think, and fair critisizm does NOT upset me. To show how little I need to be "smart" or "egotistical" about all this, we've left my earlier articles online. Some of them are really horrible. I used to write things like "WAKE UP AMERICA!!!" and stuff like that. Anyone can see how much my work has benefitted from constructive feedback. Then now, to have conversations going like this, well, it adds a nice high to daily drudgery, in a life dedicated to intensely boring and tedious research. So thank you!