Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Canadians Against SPP

In response to yesterday's press release by the U.S. Department of State, a Canadian group called Council of Canadians ( has issued a press release of their own on the Vive le Canada website.
We believe that "deep integration", also known as NAFTA plus, will harm citizens of all the North American countries by limiting democracy and enshrining corporate rights over their rights.
Both organizations have an anti-business slant, but their point is well taken. The SPP is un-democratic in the sense that those who will make and enforce the laws are completely unelected and unrepresentative.

"No taxation without Representation" was a slogan of the American Revolution. Taxes are already being levied to pay for the people who are merging the U.S. and Mexico and Canada. Taxes will be levied to pay for the NAFTA Super Highway. A Mid-Contenent SPP "SmartPort" is already being built in Kansas City with somebody's tax dollars, without anything even posing as "representation." None of these people were elected or represent the interests of Americans or Canadians or Mexicans.

Most Americans have an excuse for not opposing the SPP. After all, the MSM (MainStreamMedia) has not been reporting on the merging of the U.S. and Mexico like they reported on the American Revolution in 1776. The MSM of 1787 published "The Federalist Papers" (as we know them today), a defense of the proposed Constitution of the United States, which prompted public debate before the ratification conventions in the various states. The MSM will not publish the papers defending the new government of the United States of North America.


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