N.A.U. In Progress, and Still the People don’t See It
It has already been agreed on, and is in action to a degree, although it has been in progress for decades with illegal workers. One of the things the NAU will do is open borders. Now with Mexican tuck drivers allowed to interstate they are one step closer to completion of the goals of the NUA. One is to lower freight prices.
Omar Nunez, a 34-year-old driver from Pecos, said he worries that freight prices will drop as shippers turn to Mexican trucking companies that may offer cheaper services.
“As it is, I’m barely making it right now,” he said.
Among those most concerned were a group of drivers gathered at the Flying J truck stop in Edinburg, Texas. Much of their business has come from picking up loads that Mexican drivers previously had to leave at the border.
“That’s my business,” said Gerald Fernow, 36, from Flatonia, Texas. “What am I supposed to do?
As shown below the SPP has been put in place with three of the countries involved top three cabinet members on the board.
SPP is headed by three top cabinet level officers of each country. Representing the United States are Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez, Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff, and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Representing Mexico are Secretario de EconomÃa Fernando Canales, Secretario de GobernaciÃ³n Carlos Abascal, and Secretario de Relaciones Exteriores, Luis Ernesto Derbéz. Representing Canada are Minister of Industry David L. Emerson, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Safety, Anne McLellan, and Minister of Foreign Affairs Pierre Stewart Pettigrew.
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. This effort builds on the excellent, long-standing relations among our three countries. The response to your request is attached.
To make North America secure for the future, we need integrated, coordinated and seamless measures in place at, within, and beyond our borders to provide our people and our infrastructure with the highest possible common level of protection from terrorists and other criminal elements, as well as from the common threats of nature.
To make North America prosperous for the future, we need to improve the efficiency of the movement of people, goods and services crossing our borders. We must remove barriers to trade, investment, research and education. We must protect our environment and promote the health and safety of our people.
The last paragraph is very important, in that there has been a Bill has been brought to the House to send U.S. troops/National Guard to protect Mexico’s southern borders, instead of the U.S. southern border. This shows that the U.S./Mexican border could possibly be erased.
Let us not forget the piece of legislature that allowed this administration to sign the agreement for the beginning of the NAU, Fast-Track. It allowed Bush to sign the agreement with Foxx,(Mexico), and Martian,(Canada).
Under Fast Track, the president is authorized to negotiate trade agreements with foreign countries without consulting Congress or state legislators. After the executive branch locks down the terms of the deal and writes the implementing legislation, Congress is only permitted a yes or no vote, while states are virtually left out of the process.
As in most of the shady deals this administration has pulled this was one of the Midnight votes.
Fast Track renewal was slipped through Congress at midnight in 2002 by only two votes. On June 30, 2007, the current grant of Fast Track, now called “Trade Promotion Authority” by its supporters, expired. Fast Track is not needed to approve trade agreements, a fact proven by the dozens of trade agreements that have been passed without its use (such as the Jordan FTA, China PNTR, etc.). Fast Track unnecessarily creates a situation where negotiators cannot be held accountable by the public, and legislators are denied their constitutional authority to set the terms of trade agreements.
Not many Americans are aware of the North American Union, and feel that those of us that are, are wearing Tin-Foil Hats. However, it is all too real, and we are about feel the full effect of it. As I have pointed out before, “If you don‘t think it is happening, just ask the people losing their land to the Super NAFTA Highway as we speak.”