Borderless Continent

This section first developed and posted in September, 2005

United States Sovereignty

See this video: CNN- Lou Dobbs Outs Those Involved in the North American Union and Security Prosperity Partnership (SPP)

Presidential candidate George W. Bush stated in August 2000 in a speech on Latin America in Miami Florida:

"...By nominating me, my party has made a choice to welcome the new America."

Our intentionally unsecured borders and our government's deliberate and unapologetic lack of enforcement of our immigration and employment laws is merely a necessary step to a much larger goal - a "New America" in a "North American Community."

A New America that would replace the traditional self-governing "Old America" for which our founders sacrificed and our grandfathers fought to pass on.

In March 2005, President George W. Bush and the leaders of Mexico and Canada announced the establishment of the "Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America." This represents the official public beginning of an ongoing series of agreements and implementations aimed at combining the economies, populations and cultures of the nations of North America into a borderless “North American Free Trade Zone”.

Think: "I pledge allegiance to the Continent and to the Commerce for which it stands."

Along with mass, uncontrolled immigration, legal and illegal, trade agreements are a favored tool in the transformation. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the recently passed Central America Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), and the upcoming attempt to put the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) in place would guarantee a unending “free flow” of goods and people across our traditional borders.

While most Americans expect to pass on to their children a nation of law, with defined, secured borders - and a common language, the Globalist elite who are actually making the decisions concerning our future have a far different America in mind.

In the summer of 2005, the Europeans were allowed to vote on the EU Constitution that would have codified the European Union and a common set of intrusive and socialist laws that would have governed member nations. Those laws would have been enforced.

The French (the French!) and the Dutch voted a loud and clear NO! ... and opted to keep what remains of their own freedoms and sovereignty.

The nearest we as Americans will get to a similar vote is when we go to the polls and elect our leaders.

Here, we respectfully point you to articles, news and organizations that make no pretense of hiding the agenda of open borders for the sake ease of increased profit. Or... the very real goal of eliminating American sovereignty in order to create a continental market place in which business replaces patriotism and the American citizens and middle class are the stuff of quaint history.

What would our grandfathers say? What will our children say if we allow this to happen?

Read D.A. King’s June 2006 Atlanta Journal Constitution column on the Borderless Continent, or see this AJC column with added informational links.

The underlying framework for the North American Union

Building a North American Community, Council on Foreign Relations, 2005.

Organizations and their agendas

Specific organizations, such as the Council on Foreign Relations, openly call for the merging of the United States, Mexico and Canada.

Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America

Security and Prosperity Partnership Of North America
"President George Bush, President Vicente Fox of Mexico, and Prime Minister Paul Martin of Canada unveiled a blueprint for a safer and more prosperous North America when they announced the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) on March 23, 2005 in Waco, Texas"

The following Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) documents were obtained by Judicial Watch under FOIA (Freedom of Information Act). These include:

Section I - SPP Contact Lists and Organization Charts.
Section II - SPP Regulatory Cooperation Symposium
Section III - SPP Meeting with Commerce Secretary Gutierrez, March 15, 2006.
Section IV - Launch of the North American Competitiveness Council (NACC), May 26, 2006.
Section V - Final Recommendations of the U.S. Section of the NACC.
Section VI - Launch of the NACC with SPP Ministers, June 15, 2006.
Section VII - NACC Documents
Section VIII - Prof. Robert A. Pastor’s Seminar on Building a North American Community, September 21, 2005.

See these videos:

More information on the SPP:

FTAA - Free Trade Area of the Americas: pending national disaster

Trade agreements are the instruments by which the globalists execute their plans for a New World Order. These agreements allow greedy corporate interests to exploit cheap labor in foreign countries with no regard for environmental protection and workers' rights. These agreements require the free movement of goods and people across our borders, while mandating that any objections be adjudicated by an international tribunal. In other words, American laws will be subordinate to decisions of an international tribunal.

These "trade agreements" are not simply about economics and trade, but are more about open borders and dissolution of national sovereignty as part of a New World Order. The Council on Foreign Relations has hidden in plain sight the stepping stones toward a New World Order, beginning with NAFTA, then CAFTA, then the pending FTAA. The Council on Foreign Relations globalists have been blatantly open about their plans and strategies, seeking to make an "end-run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece" (The Hard Road to World Order, Richard Gardner, Foreign Affairs, Council on Foreign Relations, April 1974; here is another copy).

CAFTA - Central American Free Trade Agreement

CAFTA was signed into law in July, 2005. It was soundly defeated in the House, but then passed in the House by only one vote in a questionable, if not flatly illegal, disregard of House voting rules to extend the voting period. It must also be pointed out that at least one no vote was incorrectly recorded as a yes vote.

NAFTA - North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement

NAFTA was signed into law in January, 1994. Really an investment agreement, its core provisions grant foreign investors a remarkable set of new rights and privileges that promote relocation abroad of factories and jobs and the privatization and deregulation of essential services, such as water, energy and health care. Ten years later, this radical experiment has demonstrated a race-to-the-bottom in wages, domestic and foreign job destruction, the undermining of democratic control of domestic policy-making and the gutting of health, environmental and food safety standards.

Energy and international trade

Council on Foreign Relations

United Nations

The Undoing of America

Informative articles

Pro-borderless continent articles