Sunday, November 08, 2009

North American Integration Plan in Plain Sight

while the nation is focused on Fort Hood tragedy - are Hasan's actions those of a terrorist or someone with a mental disorder? while the nation is focused on Nancy Pelosi's maneuverings in the House of Representatives to bring some sort of health care bill to the floor for a vote - and the measure passed only because reportedly Rep. Sustak's bill banning funding for abortions was passed (for now). Well you get it... all the while everything else is being discussed this way and that way, our military might may be coordinated with that of other countries, a coordination which one day may result in another country's military actually entering this country to quell - what? Civil unrest?

It's glaringly obvious now, and the ball didn't get rolling under Presidents Bill Clinton or George W. Bush or President Barack Obama but actually long before them with the United States even being a signatory to create the United Nations compact.

Don't believe? Just read one book. A single book lays out the plan for world law and world government.

The title of the book: WORLD PEACE THROUGH WORLD LAW

The stated goal of the crafters of the United Nations Charter since its inception?

Right there in plain sight.

Author Clark

...World War II was also a time when Clark thought about peace. Indeed, as soon as the German Wehrmacht crunched into Poland in September 1939, Clark began to theorize about ways and means of organizing a world at peace under law. His initial effort was a pamphlet entitled A Federation of Free Peoples, and he put the matter aside as the campaign for American intervention picked up steam in 1940 and 1941. He came back to the question of the "peace" in 1944 when Secretary Stimson told him to "go home and prevent World War III."
The result was Clark's most important public undertaking, namely, the quest for world government. It began with detailed criticism of the United Nations Organization as outlined at the Dunbarton Oaks and San Francisco Conferences. Then came the Dublin Conference of October 1945, organized and hosted by Clark and former Justice Owen Roberts. For the next several years the retired Wall Street lawyer served as an elder statesman and unofficial leader of the United World Federalists. He wrote books and gave speeches. His collaboration with Harvard Professor Louis B. Sohn began during this period, an association that culminated in 1958 in the magisterial treatise World Peace through World Law.

Read this

World Peace Through World Law: Rethinking an Old Theory and a Call for a UN Peace Force (Ranney) (2009)

Gloss over these notables

Now the World Net Daily article


Net the Truth Online

U.S. troops' continental insignia bears U.N. colors
Posted: November 07, 2009
By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2009 WorldNetDaily

A close reading of an interview with d'Aquino published by the Metropolitan Corporate Counsel Oct. 4, confirms that the creation of the SPP was not a "conspiracy theory" but a well thought-out North American integration plan launched by the Canadian Council of Chief Executives and the Council of Foreign Relations in the United States.

The interview further confirmed President Obama wants to continue North American integration under the rebranded North American Leaders Summit, providing the North American Competitiveness Council can be recast to include more environmentalists and union leaders.

In the interview, d'Aquino traced the origin of SPP to his concerns after the terrorist attacks on 9/11 that "there was a pressing need to keep the border open for commerce while simultaneously addressing the security needs of the United States and North America as a whole."

With this goal in mind, d'Aquino reported the CCCE by 2003 "launched an agenda that we called the North American Security and Prosperity Initiative, or NASPI."

WND reported in July 2007 the term "Security and Prosperity" first was used by the Canadian Council of Chief Executives in a Jan. 23, 2003, report, "Security and Prosperity: Toward a New Canada-United States Partnership in North America."

Then, in 2003, d'Aquino took the idea to Richard Hass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Cliff Kincaid

By Cliff Kincaid
July 9, 2009

We may be losing jobs in our domestic economy, but opportunities are endless in the field of international law. Passage of UNCLOS would open up some well-paying jobs in the U.N.’s International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea.

However, the largely untold story is that of corruption in the international organizations that implement and monitor these treaties. For example, the International Seabed Authority in Jamaica, another of the Law of the Sea Treaty organizations, has been racked by corruption charges. Yet, the Senate has never held a hearing into these charges.

Interestingly, The International Judge book includes a favorable profile of a judge on the International Criminal Court (ICC). Obama may eventually decide to sign and send the ICC treaty to the Senate for ratification. This is a court which can arrest, prosecute and imprison Americans in foreign jails, in violation of our constitutional rights.

Obama is pushing UNCLOS now, but the Law of the Sea is not a partisan issue. The Republican George W. Bush Administration also pushed hard for ratification. Susan Biniaz of the U.S. Department of State explained the rationale during a July 17, 2007, appearance at the American Enterprise Institute. She explained, “I think someone said how few ships there are compared to how many there used to be. We don’t have the capacity to be challenging every maritime claim throughout the world solely through the use of naval power. And [we] certainly can’t use the Navy to meet all the economic interests.”

So rather than build more ships, we will depend on a piece of paper from the U.N. to safeguard U.S. national security. Then we will hire more lawyers to represent our interests. But there has been no coherent explanation as to how a piece of paper will deter America’s enemies or the pirates who want to board our vessels or guarantee access to ocean resources.

Governor Sarah Palin of Alaska should have something to say about this. But she was persuaded to endorse the treaty two years ago. She has been asked repeatedly over the last several months to take a fresh look at the evidence against ratifying the treaty. However, she remains silent, oblivious to the concerns of conservatives in her own political party.

UNCLOS is a substitute for a strong Navy and was deliberately designed as such. The people who wrote the treaty were World Federalists such as Louis B. Sohn, who co-authored World Peace Through World Law, a blueprint for world government. This international lawyer, who mentored Harold Koh, Obama’s State Department Legal Adviser, sincerely believed that lawyers could help run the world as long as the international bureaucrats had sufficient power and resources through a strengthened United Nations. Sohn, who actually believed in a world army with nuclear weapons maintained by the U.N., saw UNCLOS as a stepping stone on the road to world government.


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