Thursday, October 04, 2007

Harper Hands Canada Over in Hostile Takeover

Connie Fogal says the SPP is the “hostile takeover” of the apparatus of democratic government and an end to the “rule of law”. There has been a kind of coup d’état over the government

Even now, our mainstream Canadian political parties and significant citizen groups are still stuck on re-negotiation of NAFTA (they talk of fair trade) which completely misses the point. As such, they remain blinded, and of no use to the citizens who care about our nation and our sovereignty, our independence, our civil liberties, our civil rights, our culture, our freedom.
The second formal step was the integration and subjugation of Canada’s military into the US military command under NORAD, NORTHCOM, and the Bi-National Planning Agreement. That is why our Canadian military is in Afghanistan..
Canadian Action Party Aug 2, 2007

The third formal step in the creation of the NAU was the implementation of the respective liberty-stripping anti-terrorist legislations, the Patriot Act in the USA and the Anti-terrorist Act in Canada. This has been the mechanism to implement the police state apparatus necessary to enforce Fortress America.

The fourth formal step is the SPP, Security and Prosperity Partnership Agreement. That agreement is a “hostile takeover” of the Executive branch of government, a coup d’état over the government operations of Canada, U.S.A. and Mexico.
(The three branches of democratic governance are:
1, the legislative arm, i.e., the policy makers, the people we elect;
2, the judicial arm, i.e., judges who interpret and apply the laws created by the policy makers; and
3, the executive arm, i.e., the civil service, the bureaucracy, who implement and run the policy and operations of government.)

The SPP is a treasonous metamorphosis of our federal and provincial government bureaucracies into formal instruments to implement the agenda of the shadow government - the military/industrial/financial complex exemplified by the Canadian Council of Chief Executives who in turn are dominated by the U.S Council on Foreign Relations, and the US military apparatus. The S.P.P. has created the competitiveness council (10 to 16 people from industry and academe unelected by citizens, unaccountable to citizens, unrepresentative of citizens) in each of Canada, U.S.A., and Mexico. They meet with our Prime Minister and the two Presidents.
They actively direct the restructuring of the civil service apparatus and governance of Canada, U.S., and Mexico away from instruments serving the public interest and nationhood, and into tools to serve the power and greed of the industrial, financial, military complex. This Competitiveness Council will be at Montebello directing the three leaders in August, 2007 finalizing the last steps of the NAU.

It is by us, the general citizenry, that Members of Parliament and Members of Legislative Assemblies and city councillors, and Senators and congressmen are supposed to be ruled in all matters, not by the military/industrial complex that General Dwight D. Eisenhower warned about on his final address to his nation in 1961. The Prime Minister and Presidents along with their most senior Cabinet members and officials really now do apply a “Divine Right of Kings” mentality to their role. They have metamorphosed into a cancer rotting the life out of our democracies.
For this reason the Canadian Action Party/Parti action canadienne calls for electoral reform not just in how we elect candidates, but why and how the bureaucracy operates. In particular, we call for a curb on the exercise of power in the executive branch of government, and especially in the P.M.s office.This need is of paramount importance because it is the key to why and how three nations (Canada, USA, Mexico) are being dismantled.
We know that a powerful think tank chaired by former Sen. Sam Nunn and guided by trustees including Richard Armitage, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Harold Brown, William Cohen and Henry Kissinger, is in the final stages of preparing a report to the White House and U.S. Congress on the benefits of integrating the U.S., Mexico and Canada into one political, economic and security bloc.
We know that the final report, published in English, Spanish and French, is scheduled for submission to all three governments by Sept. 30, according to the Center for Strategic & International Studies.

We know that the data collected for the report is based on seven secret roundtable sessions involving between 21 and 45 people and conducted by CSIS. The participants are politicians, business people, labour leaders and academics from all three countries with equal representation.
We know all this because it is described in a CSIS report, “North American Future 2025 Project.”
It will be interesting to see who the think tank representatives will be that appear before our Canadian Parliament and how it is presented since so many of our Canadian MP’s deny this integration is happening. They need to realize that the vote still works in Canada and if they want to be re-elected, they must repel the submissions for integration. In fact, their duty to us is to refuse to hear such a delegation.
Since when has it become lawful to entertain discussion or debate on any form of treason??


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