Donald Trump Threatens the North American Union Scheme to Dissolve Borders


Not only would an open borders agenda between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico merge one economically ill system with another, it would also provide its self with its own court system that would overrule any U.S. Supreme Court decision if it pleased.

Although Trump seems alone in his efforts, one Presidential candidate decided to join in on all the Trump praise by saying, “I think he’s terrific. I think he’s brash. I think he speaks the truth.” Republican Senator Ted Cruz had recently called the Council on Foreign Relations “a pernicious nest of snakes working to undermine our sovereignty.”

Ironically, as always for Senator Cruz, his wife was a member of the Council on Foreign Relations Task Force, which in 2005 developed a plan for a “North American Community.”

Truth and Action reports the CFR states that the “U.S. candidates for 2016 must work to build an integrated North America.” What is for sure is that Cruz will build the North American Union sooner or later, if elected, with no doubt about it.

Read more about the CFR, and the candidates here.

Even without the candidates, one member of the CFR boasted about this North American regime and how the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has already been merging the three countries economies for the past 20 years — remeber, the globalist will get what they want one way or another. Read more here.

The Accuracy in Media reports:

Perhaps the key figure in the CFR task force was the late Robert Pastor, a former official of the Carter administration and director of the Center for North American Studies at American University. He wrote the book, Toward a North American Community.

President Clinton had nominated Pastor to be Ambassador to Panama after he had been instrumental in the giveaway of our Panama Canal under Jimmy Carter. But the late Senator Jesse Helms (R-NC), the then-powerful chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, prevented a vote on his nomination, on the ground that he was aiding radical forces and undermining U.S. interests in the region. Pastor, who had been an official of the Clinton-Gore campaign, withdrew his nomination.

Pastor tried to play down the idea that a North American Community would develop into anything resembling the European Union, which is regarded by many as a bureaucratic entity that can supersede the sovereignty of its member countries.

But the Bush administration was viewed as facilitating the process of creating a North American economic, social and political entity through a process called the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP).

The dangers were so great that the late Howard Phillips of the Conservative Caucus formed a “Coalition to Block the North American Union” in 2007, to highlight how a North American Union would run roughshod over U.S. constitutional processes and guarantees.

Yet, President Obama has continued the process and, after meeting with the leaders of Mexico and Canada in 2014, said plans for a “North American Transportation Plan” and a “North American Trusted Traveler Program” to facilitate travel and exchanges would go forward. The next North American Leaders’ Summit is scheduled for this fall.

As we know Obama will stop at nothing to carry out his plans, even others will stand behind him to enforce his tyrannical rule. One fine example is the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner R. Gil Kerlikowske who recently handed over some threats to some by saying that if you really don’t want to follow the directions of your superiors, including the president of the United States and the commissioner of Customs and Border Protection, then you really do need to look for another job. Read more about the Border chief's threats here.


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