Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Traitors all: New World Order, Security and Prospertity Partnership


Liddy investigates 'Premeditated Merger'
David Kupelian and G-Man discuss North American Union
Posted: January 9, 2007

WND Managing Editor David Kupelian will be featured on G. Gordon Liddy's national radio talk-show tomorrow to discuss efforts to integrate the U.S., Mexico and Canada into a North American super-state... at 11:30 a.m. Eastern time tomorrow.



In a segment on Lou Dobbs Tonight, referring to the Security and Prospertiy Partnership, reporter Bill Tucker says:

And when I called them today, Lou, they said I was the first phone call they had received literally since the deal was first signed. So, people are not paying attention. And they're letting them, in fact, get away with this... (Bill Tucker, CNN Lou Dobbs Tonight, June 21, 2006)


Yesterday, a CNN clip surfaced on You Tube entitled:



Substance of the segment

former trade negotiator, Robert Zoellig, lays out a plan called the Association of American Free Trade Agreements.

Whew, thanks to google search and Stop SPP
VIDEO: Stealth Agenda to Bring About New World Order posted by Linda


Since the post was for just today, searched CNN transcript for y'day.


The transcript segment is posted below.

We are conducting more research on whether the SPP has been authorized by Congress at some point after March 23, 2005 when President Bush entered into an agreement with Mexico and Canada.

March 23, 2005
Today, President Bush, Prime Minister Martin of Canada, and President Fox of Mexico announced the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.


See Dobbs: President and Senate allied with 'corporate supremacists'


The SPP is the subject of another Dobbs segment, and reference is made to a bill then-pending before Congress:

CNN Lou Dobbs Tonight Bill Tucker's report of June 21, 2006

lead to item


BILL TUCKER, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): The Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America sounds benign, hardly like a policy that critics call NAFTA on steroids. It's a deal that few have even heard of.

REP. MARCY KAPTUR (D), OHIO: It's being done, again, by very few people at the very top, on behalf of the investment class. But the working class of people, political officials across our country from communities, from cities and so forth, they don't know anything about this.

TUCKER: Yet, it was agreed to by Mexico's President Fox, Canada's Prime Minister Martin, and President Bush in 2005.

The administration officials counter their critics by saying everything about SPP is on the White House Web site. And they say the partnership is not a treaty, but more of an outline of priorities between the United States, Mexico and Canada. Still, some wonder why there haven't been public discussions about the goals being pursued. UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: This SPP includes, for instance, a committee that is sitting down to harmonize our meat inspection and food safety. So, how far away from a trade agreement can your dining room table and what you feed your kids be?

TUCKER: Other parts of the agreement mention border security as an issue, which include all of North America. In fact, the name of the agreement is not Security and Prosperity of the United States, but of North America.

PETER MORICI, PROFESSOR OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND: When we elect officials, we expect them to act on our behalf. When we get involved in cooperative frameworks with other countries for joint regulation of fisheries or rail transportation or the skies, we're basically sharing our sovereignty with that government and outsourcing some of what we give our elected officials.

TUCKER: As disturbing as some find SPP, there is legislation in the House introduced by Florida's Katherine Harris that closely resembles the goals of the partnership.


Following up on these items continues below.

Fact Sheet: Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America

"In a rapidly changing world, we must develop new avenues of cooperation that will make our open societies safer and more secure, our businesses more competitive, and our economies more resilient."

Joint Statement by President Bush, Prime Minister Martin, and President Fox, March 23, 2005

Today, President Bush, Prime Minister Martin of Canada, and President Fox of Mexico announced the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.


You have to read the entire page to get to the lead, thanks Kilo Echo 4 Posted: Sat Jun 24, 2006 9:54 pm

THE NORTH AMERICAN COOPERATIVE SECURITY ACT, implementing some of the security provisions of the SPP plan, are now pending in the House and Senate. Here are the House and Senate versions:

S. 853: North American Cooperative Security Act

Notice these bills were introduced just shortly after the official launch of SPP in March of 2005 at the summit in Texas. The language in the bill is right in line with the goals of SPP.

Follow up by Net the Truth Online

May 26, 2005
H.R. 2672: North American Cooperative Security Act
109th U.S. Congress (2005-2006)
H.R. 2672[109]: North American Cooperative Security Act
HR 2672 IH


Status: Introduced
This bill was proposed in a previous session of Congress. Sessions of Congress last two years, and at the end of each session all proposed bills and resolutions that haven't passed are cleared from the books. This bill never became law.


109th U.S. Congress (2005-2006)
S. 853[109]: North American Cooperative Security Act


Note: new Passport requirments via Congress

New Requirements for Travelers




Transcript segment Aired January 8, 2007

DOBBS: Tonight, a proposal for an expanded so-called free trade zone from Alaska to the tip of South America. It's a plan from the business elites, the political elites, that will cost more American jobs, cost more American sovereignty, but it would fulfill the president's father's vision.

Bill Tucker reports.


BILL TUCKER, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice over): It's not a new idea. President Bush talked about it back in 1991.

GEORGE HERBERT WALKER BUSH, FMR. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: It is a big idea, a new world order, where diverse nations are drawn together in common cause.

TUCKER: Now former United States trade investor Robert Zoellick is talking about it again with renewed vigor. This time, a new world order with business at the helm of trade and economic policy. Advocating what he calls the Association of American Free Trade Agreements, a separate nongovernment entity which would include North, Central, and South America.

ROBERT SCOTT. ECONOMIC POLICY INST.: What Zoellick is really proposing here is a stealth trade agenda. It's not a national agenda. He's proposing to set up what is essentially a private organization to try to achieve what he couldn't get done when he was the U.S. trade representative. And this is a business agenda.

TUCKER: It's an agenda that goes hand in hand with the United States, Mexico, and Canada, working quietly and behind the scenes to promote a common market with common deregulation for the benefit of multinational corporations. It's an agenda that so far has resulted in an increase in U.S. corporate profits of 45 percent, while wages of American workers have risen only 3 percent in the last five years.

ALAN TONELSON, U.S. BUSINESS & INDUSTRY COUNCIL: The main danger raised by Zelic's (ph) proposal is that the future of American international economic policy, which affects not only our nation's prosperity but its national security, will be set not by the American people and their elected representatives, but by a small corporate elite is that accountable to no one but itself.

TUCKER: Effectively surrendering the sovereignty of the United States.


TUCKER (on camera): And as justification for trusting those who would have the authority? The argument is made that free trade promotes democracy and the welfare of the people.

But, Lou, one has to look further than China to see whether that, in fact, is true.

DOBBS: You know, talking about Zelic's proposal, it's not Zelic's proposal. It's daddy's proposal. And people better understand that they mean exactly what they're saying. It's a new world order they're trying to create. And they're trying to do so not only without approval or consent of the governing of this country, but despite the popular will. This is a straightforward assault by the elitists in this country.

And I appreciate it, Bill. Thanks very much.

Bill Tucker.


More information

United States Trade Representative, Ambassador Robert B. Zoellick


The following site has a massive amount of information which is much appreciated.

Security and Prospertity Partnership Act


Particularly note:

June 21, 2006 Lou Dobbs segment


TUCKER: Included in that bill is a section which calls for the securing of Mexico's southern border by the United States and Canada.

Lou, that's not the border with the United States. That's the border they share with Belize and Guatemala.

DOBBS: The idea that the White House would respond that this is on their Web site, this involves intricate workings amongst the Commerce Department of this country and Canada and Mexico's, of course.

A regional prosperity and security program? This is absolute ignorance. And the fact that we are -- we reported this, we should point out, when it was signed. But, as we watch this thing progress, these working groups are continuing. They're intensifying. What in the world are these people thinking about? TUCKER: Well, they say, look, these are a declaration and an outline of our priorities.

And when I called them today, Lou, they said I was the first phone call they had received literally since the deal was first signed. So, people are not paying attention. And they're letting them, in fact, get away with this. DOBBS: You know, I was asked the other day about whether or not I really thought the American people had the stomach to stand up and stop this nonsense, this direction from a group of elites, an absolute contravention of our law, of our Constitution, every national value.

And I hope, I pray that I'm right when I said yes. But this is -- I mean, this is beyond belief.

Bill Tucker, thank you very much.


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.

Looking forward, President Bush, Prime Minister Harper and President Fox have identified emergency management; influenza pandemics, including avian influenza; energy security; and safe and secure gateways (border security and facilitation) as key priorities for the SPP. The Leaders also announced the creation of North American Competitiveness Council to fully incorporate the private sector into the SPP process."


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Some Security and Prosperity Partnership Documents Revealed
Dr. Jerome Corsi and Jim Gilchrist (founder of the Minuteman Project) launched a new website to showcase original documents that they have pried out of the Department of Commerce on the SPP organization, according to an earlier demand filed under the Freedom of Information Act.
Under the auspices of the Department of Commerce, the Security and Prosperity Partnership rolls on toward creating a North American Union virtually untouched, but not without at least a few thorns in their side.

A new web site, www.Stopspp.com, was created specifically to release all the documents to the public and in particular, to other researchers and writers who are currently investigating the Security and Prosperity Partnership and the proposed North American Union...


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