On The Eve Of One World Government?
The march toward a union of the United States, Canada and Mexico — and ultimately global government — continues apace.
The ultimate goal of the elites is to create a one world socialist government. They have succeeded in combining most of Europe into a European Union (though the economic disaster there caused by the excessive corruption of the banksters, who overplayed their hands, may cause it to fly apart and the euro to crash). But even now we hear of a sinister plot by a covert group of EU foreign ministers who want to gain sweeping control over the entire EU and force member countries into ever-greater political and economic union.
The drive by the elites to form a united North America has been going on for many years and must be accomplished before the elites’ goal of global governance can be realized. It has been dismissed as conspiracy theory nuttery by the elites, even as they wrote policy papers and books on the subject. As we noted last year, cables released by WikiLeaks show that a single North America is the goal of the banksters and corporatist thieves.
But President Barack Obama, who was chosen to carry out this task by those who really rule the world, has worked hard to speed the process along. He was selected during a secret meeting with the Bilderberg group at its conference in Chantilly, Va., in June 2008. It’s a meeting that was not announced to the press pool covering the Obama campaign until the reporters had been locked on Obama’s campaign plane. Campaign spokesman Robert Gibbs was glib with reporters who at the time protested the secrecy of the meeting. (The original Associated Press version of this story has been scrubbed from the Internet and only heavily edited versions can be found using Google.)
Recent executive orders signed by Obama with little or no coverage by the corporatist mainstream media reveal the progress of the elites’ intentions. One was signed in February 2011, and it was a major step in erasing the border between the United States and Canada. It was a continuation of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) that was begun by George W. Bush in 2005.
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