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Just Another Piece in the SPP/NAU Puzzle?

March 23, 2008

It was brought to my attention, on February 14th of this year the United States and Canada signed a military agreement a “Bilateral Military Plan” the Civil Assistance Plan. This agreement allows either nation to cross the border to assist in civil acts even if there is no cross border conflict. As with the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America it was done with out any input from the congress, or the citizens of either country.

Accorrding to WorldNetDaily, was done in secret so that the population would not protest the agreement. It is becoming painfully obvious that the Canadians are losing grip on the government in the way the U.S. citizens lost theirs.

“It’s kind of a trend when it comes to issues of Canada-U.S. relations and contentious issues like military integration,” Stuart Trew, a researcher with the Council of Canadians told the Canwest News Service.

“We see that this government is reluctant to disclose information to Canadians that is readily available on American and Mexican websites.”

The pattern is like the one used by the US Government. In march of 2005 George W Bush, Vicente Fox, and Paul Martin signed the SPP treaty with out any input of the congress, or the people of the country.

Vission 20/20

“Vission 20/20” is a plan for the US military along with Canada and Mexico to guard the continental perimeter of the North America, not the individual borders of each country. Understandably, the Canadian government was trying to keep this quite. Unlike in the US the plan was posted on the USNORTCOM, and then spun to make anyone that questioned the plan, conspiracy theorists.

Canada Wants The Truth

On right-wing blogs in the U.S. it is being used as evidence of a plan for a “North American union” where foreign troops, not bound by U.S. laws, could be used by the American federal government to override local authorities.

“Co-operative militaries on Home Soil!” notes one website. “The next time your town has a ‘national emergency,’ don’t be surprised if Canadian soldiers respond. And remember — Canadian military aren’t bound by posse comitatus.”

One of the things that should really frighten the people that now about this is, so many don’t know about this. A good pole that should be taken is, “Do you know what Posse Comitatus is and why it is important to the civilian population?”

Posse Comitatus is a law that prohibits the use of federal troops from conducting law enforcement duties on domestic soil unless approved by Congress

If you want to check up on what is happening, keep an eye on these sights.

Canada Wants The Truth

WND

USNORTHCOM

The CC

Canada Command

ABA

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One Comment leave one →
  1. March 24, 2008 9:32 pm

    scary stuff aba

    You should be watching Jericho Tuesday nights on CBS!!!

    Like

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