Amazing secret meeting to join America with Canada and Mexico, just held in Canada
21/03/2007

TO THE MEDIA! Comment from Connie Fogal, Leader, CanadianActionParty/PartiActionCanadienne, Tuesday Sept 19, 2006, 4:45 P.M. : The secret information below was uncovered by Vive le Canada. On September 12- 14, 2006 in Banff Alberta, Canada a group of present and past elected federal Ministers and Deputy Ministers from Canada, USA and Mexico met with unelected corporate, military, academic, financial ,industrialists,and "think tank" members to strategize the unification of Canada, USA, and Mexico. They conspired to continue to commit the unconstitutional act of castrating three national entities by planning ways to remove the constitutional powers and protections granted to the citizens of Canada, USA, and Mexico. The people identified below are functioning as a "government de facto" (Black's Law Dictionary page 824). They are "a government of fact. A government actually exercising power and control in the state,as opposed to the true and lawful government.; a government not established according to the constitution of the state, or not lawfully entitled to recognition or supremacy, but which has nevertheless supplanted or displaced the government de jure. A government deemed unlawful or unjust, which nevertheless receives presently habitual obedience from the bulk of the community." Since no sitting party in Canada's Parliament is prepared or willing to challenge and terminate the practice and power of this de facto government, it is up to us, the citizens, to do it. We must and can defy them. It is our democratic duty to refuse obedience to them. Our power is still at the ballot box. Our power is still in our voices . We must and can take back our democracy by electing only representatives to our government who refuse to permit the continuation of this de facto government . Elect only those who promise to govern for the public good and in the public interest. Elect only those who will defend, protect and preserve the rights of citizens. Elect only those who commit to the integrity of an independent sovereign nation. The definition of the criminal act of treason in Canada requires the use of "force or violence for the purpose of overthrowing the government of Canada or a province." S. 46 (2) (a) Criminal Code of Canada. The individuals identified below are, hence, arguably, not guilty of treason as defined under Canada 's Criminal Code, but they are certainly guilty of conspiring to remove from us the rights and privileges that belong to the citizens of Canada and which flow from our Canadian Constitution. The same can be said for the impact on the citizens of the USA and Mexico. The sitting and former representatives from the Liberal Party of Canada as well as the Conservative Party of Canada are clearly identifiable, including Conservative Party Ministers and Deputy Ministers of the Government of Canada, and of some provinces, as well as the former Liberal Deputy Prime Minister of Canada, John Manley, and former Liberal Minister of Justice Anne McLellan . It is unclear if any representatives from the NDP or the Bloq Quebecois were present.... Contact Connie Fogal at 604 872 2128 or e mail conniefogal@telus.net Tuesday, September 19 2006 @ 01:25 PM MDT Contributed by: sthompson Vive le Canada www.vivelecanada.ca Here's the scandal that should be outraging Canadians across the country. On September 12-14, elite proponents of deep integration from Canada, the U.S. and Mexico met at a secret conference at the Banff Springs Hotel. The Hotel doesn't want to talk about it. No major media reported on the conference--not the Globe and Mail, not the National Post, not the Toronto Star, no one. Yet the topic of the conference, deep integration or the formation of a "North American Community" aka the North American Union, will profoundly affect everything in our lives from our health and security to the currency we use (soon to be the "Amero") to our very national identity. In essence, we will no longer be Canadians, but North Americans only--and worse, North Americans hog-tied in lock-step with the U.S. even as they gain open access to our energy resources. Our national media stays silent and so Canadians remain unaware that their own CCCE and most powerful politicians are pushing for integration with the U.S. and Mexico completely outside of the usual democratic process. The only newspaper to report anything on this as yet is the Banff Crag & Canyon, which is publishing an article on the conference today thanks to information provided by Mel Hurtig. And of course here at Vive we are ready to do our part. Below please find the secret list of participants in the forum AND the agenda for the forum, thanks to Mel Hurtig's sources. I hope every one of our readers and supporters will take it upon themselves to call their local and national media and demand coverage of the conference and of integration itself. It is a scandal that this process is being conducted in secret. And whether or not the media will listen, we must also all talk to other Canadians and to our politicians and demand that this become an open public debate. We must especially call and write to the usual suspects who were involved in this conference, especially the chairs and co-chairs, and spread the word so that our American and Mexican neighbours do the same. Otherwise, we will all remain in the dark--until it is too late. NORTH AMERICAN FORUM CONFIRMED PARTICIPANTS (Internal Document, Not for Public Release) Report dated August 31, 2006 Forum Co-Chairs: Dr. Pedro Aspe Hon. Peter Lougheed Hon. George Shultz Canadian Participants Col. Peter Atkinson Special Advisor to Chief of Defence Staff Hon. Perrin Beatty Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters Mr. Peter M. Boehm Assistant Deputy Minister, North America Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada Mr. Thomas d’Aquino Canadian Council of Chief Executives Hon. Stockwell Day Minister of Public Safety, Government of Canada Dr. Wendy Dobson The Institute for International Business Mr. N. Murray Edwards Edco Financial Holdings Ltd. Mr. Ward Elcock Deputy Minister of National Defence Mr. Bill Elliott Associate Deputy Minister, Public Safety Dr. John English The Cdn Centre for International Governance Innovation Mr. Brian Felesky Felesky Flynn LLP Mr. Richard L. George Suncor Energy Inc. Dr. Roger Gibbins Canada West Foundation Rear Adm Roger Girouard Commander Joint Task Force Pacific, Cdn Forces Major Gen Daniel Gosselin Director General, International Security Policy Mr. James K. Gray Canada West Foundation Mr. Fred Green Canadian Pacific Railway Mr. V. Peter Harder Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Paul J. Hill Harvard Developments Inc. General Rick Hillier Chief of the Defence Staff Mr. Pierre Marc Johnston Heenan Blaikie Mr. James Kinnear Pengrowth Corporation Mr. Harold N. Kvisle TransCanada Corporation Hon. John P. Manley McCarthy Tetrault LLP Mr. Ron Mannix Coril Holdings Ltd. Mr. Ron Mathison Matco Investments Hon. Anne McLellan Senior Counsel, Bennett Jones Hon. Greg Melchin Minister of Energy, Government of Alberta Ms.Sharon Murphy Chevron Canada Ms. Sheila O’Brien President, Corporate Director, Belvedere Investments Hon. Gordon O’Connor Minister of Defense, Government of Canada Mr. Berel Rodal International Center on Nonviolent Conflict Mr. Gordon Smith Chairman, The International Development Research Centre American Participants Ms. Deborah Bolton Political Advisor to Commander, US Northcom Mr. Ron T. Covais, President, The Americas, Lockheed Martin Corporation Sec. Kenneth W. Dam Max Pam Professor Emeritus of American & Foreign Law and Senior Lecturer, University of Chicago Law School Mr. Dan Fisk Senior Director, Western Hemisphere, National Security Council Sec. Ryan Henry Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Ms. Carla A. Hills Chairman & CEO, Hills & Co. Ms. Caryn Hollis DASD (Acting) Western Hemisphere Affairs Mr. Bill Irwin Manager - International Government Affairs; Policy, Government and Public Affairs, Chevron Corporation Mr. Robert G. James President, Enterprise Asset Management Inc. Admiral Tim Keating Commander, US Northern Command Mr. Floyd Kvamme Chair, President’s Council of Advisors on Science & Technology; Director, Centre for Global Security Res. Dr. Ronald F. Lehman II Director, Center for Global Security Research, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Mr. William W. McIlhenny Policy Planning Council for Western Hemisphere Affairs Dr. Peter McPherson President, National Association of State Universities & Land-Grant Colleges Ms. Doris Meissner Senior Fellow, Migration Policy Institute Dr. George Miller Director, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Mr. George Nethercutt Chairman, US Section of the Permanent Joint Board on Defense, US ­ Canada (Security) Mary Anastasia O’Grady Journalist for Wall Street Journal (Area Specialist) Dr. Robert A. Pastor Director, Center for North American Studies, American University, Washington, DC Dr. William Perry Co-Director, Preventive Defense Project Lt. Gen. Gene Renuart USAF Senior Military Assist. to Sec. Rumsfeld Mr. Eric Ruff Department of Defense Press Secretary Sec. Donald R. Rumsfeld Secretary of Defense, US Department of Defense Dr. James Schlesinger Former Sec. Of Energy & Defense Mr. William Schneider President, International Planning Services Sec. Clay Sell Deputy Secretary of Energy, US Dept. of Energy Dr. Thomas A. Shannon Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere A Dr. David G. Victor Director, Program on Energy & Sustainable Development, Center for Environmental Science & Policy Maj. Gen. Mark A Volcheff Director, Plans, Policy & Strategy, NORAD-NORTHCOM Ms. Jane Wales President & CEO, World Affairs Council of Northern California Mr. R. James Woolsey Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton Mexican Participants: Emb Andrés Rozental (Mexican Coordinator) ­ Mexican Council on Foreign Relations Silvia Hernández Former Senator and Chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on North America Mario Molina 1995 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Fernando Chico Pardo CEO, Promecap Juan Gallardo CEO, Grupo GEUSA Gerónimo Gutiérrez Deputy Foreign Minister for North America Luis de la Calle Consultant. Former Deputy Minister of Economy Agustín Barrios Gómez Solutions Abroad Vinicio Suro PEMEX Eduardo Medina Mora Secretary of Public Security Carlos Heredia State Government of Michoacán Jaime Zabludowsky Consultant. Former trade negotiator Manuel Arango CEO, Grupo Concord Jorge Santibañez President, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte Luis Rubio CIDAC Mónica Serrano El Colegio de México, Señor Fellow Oxford University Arturo Sarukhan Coordinator of Int’l Affairs, Campaign of Felipe Calderon Juan Camilo Mouriño General Coordinator of President Elect’s transition team Ernesto Cordero Coordinator for Public Policy Issues Ambassadors/Consul General: Mr. Carlos de Icaza, Ambassador of Mexico to the United States Mr. Gaëtan Lavertu Ambassador of Canada to Mexico Ms. Maria Teresa Garcia Segovia de Madero, Ambassador of Mexico to Canada Mr. Thomas Huffaker U.S. Consul General in Calgary (on DOD’s list) Mr. John Dickson Deputy Chief of Mission, US Embassy in Ottawa (representing Ambassador of US to Canada) Mr. Colin Robertson Minister & Head, Washington Advocacy Secretariat, (representing Ambassador of Canada to US) ------------------------------------------------ Draft Detailed September 1, 2006 Agenda Internal Document North American Forum Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel Banff, Alberta September 12-14, 2006 Under the Joint Chairmanship of: The Hon. George Shultz, Former U.S. Secretary of State The Hon. Pedro Aspe, Former Finance Minister of Mexico The Hon. Peter Lougheed, Former Premier of Alberta Continental Prosperity in the New Security Environment Session I: Opening comments by Messrs. Aspe, Lougheed and Shultz Session II: A Vision for North America: Issues and Options Session III: Toward a North American Energy Strategy Session IV: Opportunities for Security Cooperation in North America (Parts I and II) Session V: Demographic and Social Dimensions of North American Integration Session VI: Border Infrastructure and Continental Prosperity Session VII: Roundtable Conversation with the Co-Chairs Draft September 1, 2006 Agenda North American Forum The Fairmont Banff Springs Banff, Alberta, Canada September 12-14, 2006 Under the Joint Chairmanship of: The Hon. George Shultz, Former U.S. Secretary of State The Hon. Pedro Aspe, Former Finance Minister of Mexico The Hon. Peter Lougheed, Former Premier of Alberta Continental Prosperity in the New Security Environment Tuesday, September 12th 3:00 to Advance Registration 4:30 pm Location: Heritage Hall 5:00 pm Registration Location: Oval Room 5:45 pm Opening and Welcoming Reception Location: Conservatory in the Cascade Ballroom 6:45 pm Dinner & Keynote Address Location: Cascade Ballroom 8:00 pm Keynote Address ­ “Energy and Environment: a vision for North America” Dr. Mario Molina, 1995 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Wednesday, September 13th 7:30 am Continental Breakfast & Registration Location: Alhambra Room 8:15 am Keynote Address - Hon. Greg Melchin, Minister of Energy, Government of Alberta Q & A 8:45 ­ 9:00 a.m. 9:00 am SESSION I: OPENING COMMENTS BY MESSRS. SHULTZ, ASPE AND LOUGHEED Location: Alhambra Room SESSION II: A VISION FOR NORTH AMERICA: ISSUES & OPTIONS Location: Alhambra Room 9:30 am PANEL: Moderator: Dr. Thomas A. Shannon, Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs Panelists: Robert Pastor, Director, Center for North American Studies, American University Roger Gibbins, President & CEO, Canada West Foundation Andrés Rozental, Mexican Council on Foreign Relations 10:05 am ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION 10:45 am Break SESSION III: TOWARD A NORTH AMERICAN ENERGY STRATEGY Location: Alhambra Room 11:05 am REMARKS: Secretary Clay Sell, Deputy Secretary of Energy, U.S. Department of Energy 11:25 am PANEL: Moderator: N. Murray Edwards, Vice Chairman, Canadian Natural Resources Limited Panelists: Richard George, President & CEO, Suncor Energy Inc. David Victor, Director, Program on Energy & Sustainable Development, Center for Environmental Science & Policy Vinicio Suro, Planning & Evaluation Subdirector, PEMEX 12 noon ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION 12:45 pm Break 1:00 pm Lunch Location: Cascade Ballroom 1:30 pm Keynote Address: Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense, US Department of Defense SESSION IV: OPPORTUNITIES FOR SECURITY COOPERATION IN NORTH AMERICA - Military-to-military cooperation Location: Alhambra Room 2:30 pm PANEL: Moderator: William J. Perry, former US Secretary of Defense Panelists: Admiral Tim Keating, Commander NORAD/USNORTHCOM Major General Daniel Gosselin, Director General, International Security Policy Gerónimo Gutiérrez, Undersecretary for North America, Ministry of Foreign Affairs 3:05 pm ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION 4:00 pm Break SESSION IV: OPPORTUNITIES FOR SECURITY COOPERATION IN NORTH AMERICA CONTINUED Location: Alhambra Room 4:15 pm PANEL: Moderator: William Schneider, President, International Planning Services Panelists: Ward Elcock, Deputy Minister of National Defence Eduardo Medina-Mora, Secretary of Public Safety Ryan Henry, Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy 4:50 pm ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION 5:45 pm Wrap-up of daytime sessions 6:30 pm Reception Location: Conservatory in the Cascade Ballroom 7:00 pm Dinner & Keynote Address Location: Cascade Ballroom 8:10 pm Keynote Address - The Hon. Stockwell Day, Minister of Public Safety, Government of Canada Thursday, September 14th 7:00 am Breakfast Location: Alhambra Room 7:15 am Keynote Address - Floyd Kvamme, Chairman, President’s Council of Advisors on Science & Technology Q & A ­ 7:40 to 8:00 a.m. SESSION V: DEMOGRAPHIC AND SOCIAL DIMENSIONS OF NORTH AMERICAN INTEGRATION Location: Alhambra Room 8:00 am PANEL: Moderator: Andrés Rozental, Mexican Council on Foreign Relations Panelists : Dr. Wendy Dobson, the Institute for International Business Carlos Heredia, Chief International Affairs Advisor to the Governor of the State of Michoacán in Mexico Doris Meissner, Senior Fellow, Migration Policy Institute 8:35 am ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION 9:30 am Break SESSION VI: BORDER INFRASTRUCTURE AND CONTINENTAL PROSPERITY Location: Alhambra Room 9:45 am PANEL: Moderator: Hon. John P. Manley, McCarthy Tetrault LLP Panelists: Thomas d’Aquino, Canadian Council of Chief Executives Carla Hills, Chairman & CEO, Hills & Co. Luis de la Calle, Consultor 10:20 am ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION 11:00 am SESSION VII: ROUNDTABLE CONVERSATION WITH THE CO-CHAIRS Location: Alhambra Room Moderator: Jane Wales, President and CEO, World Affairs Council of Northern California Presenters: George Shultz, Co-Chair, North American Forum Peter Lougheed, Co-Chair, North American Forum Pedro Aspe, Co-Chair, North American Forum 12:00 pm Adjourn 12:30 pm Informal lunch Location: Alhambra Room http://www.vivelecanada.ca/article.php/20060919132553106/print For Health Freedom, John C. Hammell, President International Advocates for Health Freedom 556 Boundary Bay Road Point Roberts, WA 98281-8702 USA http://www.iahf.com jham@iahf.com 800-333-2553 N.America 360-945-0352 World

 
 
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