That webpage purports to answer a "Myth" with a government "Fact."
Myth: The SPP was an agreement signed by Presidents Bush and his Mexican and Canadian counterparts in Waco, TX, on March 23, 2005.One problem with this government "fact" is the claim by then Prime Minister Paul Martin that "[O]n March 23, President Bush, President Fox and I signed the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America that establishes the way forward on our continental agenda for security, prosperity and quality of life." [my emphasis] So whom should we believe: former Prime Minister Paul Martin, or the college intern who put together the SPP website?
Fact: The SPP is a dialogue to increase security and enhance prosperity among the three countries. The SPP is not an agreement nor is it a treaty. In fact, no agreement was ever signed.
Earlier today I sent a note to the SPP webmaster asking this very question, citing the URL found in this webpage from Vive le Canada, which has this URL:
That webpage, as I write this, is now missing, and a patriot in California is huffing mad, accusing me of tipping off the SPP to a website that contradicts the SPP claim that nothing was "signed."
I think the webpage will be back online in the morning, after whatever late-night repairs on the server are completed. In case I'm wrong, I encourage readers to copy the print version of the page found here.
I don't believe that anything was "signed" back on March 23, 2005, despite the use of the word by Prime Minister Paul Martin. Signing something might require Senate confirmation (Art. II, §2 cl. 2). The modern trend of the New World Order is called "soft law" -- unsigned and even unwritten laws that advance the agenda of hemispheric integration without allowing Congress to exercise congressional oversight. Here are five articles explaining this legal revolution:     
Americans trust their incumbent Congressmen, and trust their government. This is unAmerican. We are not to trust government, but DIStrust it, and remain cynical and vigilant of government's claims. Thomas Jefferson wrote in 1799:
Confidence is everywhere the parent of despotism. Free government is founded in jealousy, and not in confidence; it is jealousy, and not confidence, which prescribes limited constitutions to bind down those whom we are obliged to trust with power.… In questions of power, then, let no more be heard of confidence in man, but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution.As you are reading this, a new government is being created which will overrule all laws and constitutions in the United States. The progress being made in this "soft revolution" will continue unabated regardless of whether or not anything was signed on March 23, 2005. We need representatives in Congress who will work to stop it.
Unfortunately, this issue is not on the political radar of most voters in 2006, and many important milestones in the creation of the North American Union are scheduled for completion in 2007, which will create political and legal inertia that will make it even more difficult to stop in 2008.
In the long run, humanity must reject Jefferson's claim that "we are obliged to trust [ANYONE] with power." The whole concept of political power must be repudiated if the human race is to survive.