Canada-U.S. Government Set To Further Consolidate North America

By: NAU NEWZ
The agenda to consolidate North America into what is better known as North American Union (NAU), is going so well that Stephen Harper,...

By: NAU NEWZ
The agenda to consolidate North America into what is better known as North American Union (NAU), is going so well that Stephen Harper, Barack Obama and their globalist puppet masters are getting ready for round #2 of the incremental steps they are taking to harmonize and integrate the two countries, according to a recent press release by Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada.

The timing for this push could not be any better for them as most Canadian and American citizens are still mostly unaware of the signed  ‘Beyond the Border’ agreement between Canada and the United States; the goal to create a common security perimeter for North America, allowing for thinning and eventual dissolution of the internal borders between Canada, the United States and Mexico. Our national sovereignty and traditional land borders are now considered to be barriers to trade.

Subjected to a virtual Zeitgeist of cleverly contrived distractions being pumped out on a daily basis by the corporate owned mainstream media, most people seem to have no idea what is truly at stake here and how we are being baited once again with obscure information about the agreement dressed up with the usual promises of greater security and economic prosperity.  As expected, very few people are addressing how this will affect our constitutional right of privacy, our national sovereignty (our ability to self-govern in the best interests of our respected countries) and our very way of life.

Sadly, most people I have talked to during my daily travels still have no idea what Harper, Obama and their globalist buddies have already accomplished in round #1 of these consolidation efforts. It’s no wonder why people are also failing to see how recent reports in the mainstream media talking about American Authorities seeking exemption from Canadian laws while operating out Canada is related to all of this, and how these  are necessary steps they must take in order to make their NAU agenda a reality.

A few people that I’ve spoken to that have heard about the Beyond The Border Agreement, seemed to want to brush the whole thing off by saying something like “well, since the government has no mandate from the people and didn’t involve us the citizens in these negotiations, the deal is pretty much null and void”.  There is something these people must consider though.  Just like they did in round #1 of this consolidation scam before Harper went to visit Obama to sign the agreement, the Harper Government quietly and discreetly appealed to the public for their input into the matter and invited those who were interested to visit a website they created in order to submit their ideas and concerns.  No national debate (not that they have the power or authority to even ask the question), no disclosure or transparency on what the agreement actually contained, nothing! In fact, those who were aware of the negotiations taking place had to rely on leaked documents supplied to the mainstream media for most of the details on what they would be signing.

So far, this seems to be the perfect formula for a government assuming powers that it does not have. They know our Constitution, our Rights and our Sovereignty is not up to negotiation and they have no power or jurisdiction in fundamental matters such as these, which is why you will not see this being officially discussed/debated in Parliament as a whole, but rather piece by piece and usually planted deep inside other seeming, unrelated legislation. A clear attempt to cause the least amount of commotion or resistance as possible.  It’s the same reason they cannot even ask the question in a national referendum for example, because to ask the question is to take a step and they have no authority or power to take these types of steps. To our government actors tying to act as if they have the power to take these steps, our silence, our ignorance, our apathy or lack of outrage, is all the consent they need to continue on with this consolidation process.

It is with these small press releases and the creation of public input websites (which we never seem to see the results of) our executive branch of government effectively has all they need to legally say ‘they did seek input from the public and all Canadians had a chance to voice their opinions on these matters’.  This time around, Canadians that are concerned about their rights, national sovereignty and way of life are invited to simply send an email to rcc-ccr@pco-bcp.gc.ca where you can rest assure, the person screening those emails will without fail, ensure your voice and concerns are heard by those heavily invested stakeholders that are effectively calling the shots!

When You Send Your Email, Be Sure To Tell Them To Cease And Desist The Consolidation Of North America! We Are Not Interested In Their Common Security Perimeter Deal Which Threatens Canadian Sovereignty, Our Constitutional Rights,  Our Way Of Life And That It Opens The Door For The Paranoid American Police State To March Right On Into Canada! 

For the sugar coated version of how you are about to be hosed, please continue reading the August 30th, 2013 press release by- Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada, mirrored in its entirety below for your convenience.
Press Release By: Foreign Affairs, Trade And Development Canada

August 30, 2013 – The Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade, today announced that Canada and the United States are seeking the public’s views on potential next steps for regulatory cooperation. Comments from stakeholders will be used to inform the future direction of regulatory cooperation between the two countries.

“Our governments are working together to increase trade and prosperity on both sides of our shared border by ensuring we move goods, services and people in a more effective manner,” said Minister Fast. “Finding new ways to align our regulatory systems will lead to more jobs, growth and prosperity in both countries.”

Since the Regulatory Cooperation Council (RCC) was created in February 2011, Canada and the United States have made significant progress toward reducing barriers to trade and moving goods across our shared border with fewer delays and less paperwork. The goal of the RCC is to better align Canadian and U.S. regulatory systems to benefit producers, manufacturers and consumers. Lack of alignment between regulations creates duplication of effort for manufacturers, which results in higher costs and delays in moving goods across the border.

Progress has been made on 29 initiatives, including:

  • an agreement between Transport Canada and the U.S. Department of Transportation to harmonize certain vehicle safety standards;
  • an agreement between Health Canada and the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration to collaborate on implementing common workplace chemical classifications; and
  • an agreement between the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and the U.S. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service to draft a cooperative framework aimed at protecting Canada and the United States from plant pests and invasive species.

“Given the integrated nature of our economies, greater regulatory cooperation will create more efficient supply chains, increase trade and investment, and generate new export opportunities,” said Minister Fast. “We now have an excellent opportunity for businesses, consumers and other stakeholders to provide ideas for the next phase of alignment. We are seeking views on how to expand and reinforce regulatory cooperation, on possible regulatory initiatives to be included in future work, as well as suggestions on how best to engage stakeholders as work progresses.”

Canadians are invited to share their views between August 31 and October 11, 2013, via the Canada Gazette website or by sending their comments via email to rcc-ccr@pco-bcp.gc.ca. The U.S. government has posted its notice on the Federal Register website.

Canada-U.S. trade totalled $742.5 billion in 2012, with more than $2 billion worth of goods and services crossing the border daily—or over $1.4 million every minute.

For more information on the RCC, please visit Canada’s Economic Action Plan: Regulatory Cooperation Council.