Thursday, June 22, 2006

NY Times Best-selling Conservative Author Accuses President Bush of Trying to Set up "North American Union"

Lee Corsi is a well-know and credible conservative author who has written books on the NY Times best seller list. In this radio interview he presents amazing evidence that President Bush wants to virtually eliminate our borders with Canada and Mexico, creating a new "North American Union" that would have one currency, one set of laws, and be effectively one country.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Using our military to set up Muslim governments, spending our grandchildren into hopeless debt, and now he's openly working to destroy our national sovereignty. I don't even want to hear a Bush defender TRY to spin this one as somehow beneficial for America. This is traitorous!

6:02 AM, June 23, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Things don't look good for The Union, do they?

6:31 AM, June 23, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Report to Leaders
"On March 23, 2005, you announced the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America. At that time, you instructed Ministers to create an architecture which would further enhance the security of North America while at the same time promote the economic well-being of our citizens and position North America to face and meet future challenges..."

"In carrying out your instructions, we established working groups under both agendas of the Partnership - Security and Prosperity. We held roundtables with stakeholders, meetings with business groups and briefing sessions with legislatures, as well as with other relevant political jurisdictions. " [From, emphasis added]

Keep in mind, they won't publish a list of these "leaders." Thus, Corsi's FOIA request. Corsi claims that, upon calling the SPP office and asking for the list of administrators/leaders, he was told that no list was published, because they didn't want to be bothered by phone calls!

8:34 AM, June 23, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Will America sleep through her own dissolution?

10:24 AM, June 24, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's OK because Bush is a Republican. That is the sad way some look at it.

11:22 AM, June 24, 2006  

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