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Just when you thought it might be safe to go on to topics other than regional integration and trade practices driven by the love of money and the lust for power, you get blindsided again.
While ordinary Americans were reflecting on the fifth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, globalists of Canada, the U.S. and Mexico were making their way quietly, quietly, to Banff, Alberta for the North American Forum held at the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel Sept. 12â€“14. The meeting was closed-doors. According to some reports buses with attendees were arriving at night. There was no print media coverage in the U.S. and very little in Canada; I was able to download an article from the Toronto-based Star. Those who do not get their news from the Internet remain in the dark about one of the biggest unfolding events of the present decade: the globalist social engineering of a North American Union.
WorldNetDaily was able to obtain materials marked Internal Document, Not For Public Release. The whistleblower, Mel Hurtig, noted Canadian author, publisher, and leader of the National Party of Canada, told WorldNetDaily that the â€śsecret meeting was designed to undermine the democratic processâ€¦. It was clear that the intention was to keep this important meeting about integrating the three countries out of the public eye.â€ť
Representing the U.S. in Banff was Former U.S. Secretary of State George Schulz. Representing Mexico was Former Mexican Finance Minister Pedro Aspe. Representing Canada was Former Premier of Alberta, Peter Lougheed. The first session featured opening comments by each. The sessions that followed had names like, â€śA Vision for North America: Issues and Options,â€ť â€śToward a North American Energy Strategy,â€ť â€śDemographic and Social Dimensions of North American Integration,â€ť and â€śBorder Infrastructure and Continental Prosperity.â€ť
The event was co-hosted by the Canadian Council of Chief Executives, the business wing of Canadaâ€™s superelite, and the Canada West Foundation, a â€śthink tankâ€ť that has been promoting regional integration.
Prominent on the panel of the â€śVision for North Americaâ€ť session was none other than Robert Pastor, who might go down in history as the Father of the North American Union. Paster is the author of Toward A North American Community (2001) published by the globalist Institute for International Economics. He chairs the Council on Foreign Relationsâ€™ Task Force on North America and served as lead author of the CFRâ€™s Building a North American Community (May 2005). Among other things, this document proposes a North American â€śsecurity perimeterâ€ť around all three nations by 2010. It was this that inspired CNN commentator Lou Dobbs to wonder, last summer, if our elites â€śhad gone mad.â€ť
Providing the keynote address at the Banff confab was our very own Donald Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense, U.S. Department of Defense. Rummyâ€™s speech was entitled, â€śOpportunities for Security Cooperation in North America: Military-to-Military Cooperation.â€ť
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I don't think the problem is globalization, the problem is with those doing the globalization. The United States, which is clearly in a rare and special time right now in terms of its shear power, ought to influence the world with what we do best: our Constitution, our culture, our competitive and creative spirit, and our generosity, but on the level of economics, we are not the best.
We have not done a good job with senior citizens, the disabled, poor workers, the unemployed, and many other groups. Many other countries have done better in that regard. Yet, its our economic interests leading the globalization effort. That can only bring about conflict since each side is using whatever leverage it has to get an advantage. These are not people of good will.