September 17, 2006

Timeline for the North American Union

Fm: Vive Le
Sept 3, 2006
From: (excerpt)

April 2005: U.S. Senate Bill 853 is introduced by Senator Richard G. Lugar (IN) and six cosponsors.

"The North American Security Cooperative Act (NASCA) is touted as a bill to protect the American public from terrorists by creating the North American Union. The North American Union consists of three countries, U.S., Canada, and Mexico, with open borders, something that is proposed to be in effect by 2010. Thus, it would ensure the fulfillment of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America." NASCA Rips America, April 2005,

June 2005: A U.S. Senate Republican Policy Committee policy paper is released: It argued that Congress should pass CAFTA. Foreign tribunals can force us to change our domestic laws to be 'no more burdensome than necessary'on foreign trade."

March 31, 2006: At the Summit of the Americas in Cancun, Canada along with the U.S. and Mexico release the Leaders' Joint Statement. The statement presents six action points to insure that the North American Union be in place by 2007. Including: Provision for North American Emergency Management, Provision for Avian and Human Pandemic Influenza Management...

April 2006: A draft environmental impact statement on the proposed first leg of the NAFT superhighway, the "Trans-Texas Corridor" or TTC, is completed.

June 2006: Tom Tancredo, R-Colorado. demands superstate accounting from the Bush administration: "Responding to a report, Tom Tancredo is demanding the Bush administration fully disclose the activities of an office implementing a trilateral agreement with Mexico and Canada that apparently could lead to a North American union, despite having no authorization from Congress."

Tancredo Confronts 'Super-State' Effort, June 2006,

July 2006: Public hearings on the proposed NAFTA superhighway begin in the U.S.

COMING IN 2007: Construction is set to begin on the "NAFTA superhighway".

COMING IN 2007: The creation of the North American Union (NAU). clip..

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