"Today – as you surely know, ..... Mexico is little more than a narco-state, responsible for 92 percent of the cocaine sold in the U.S. in 2004 and wracked by warring drug cartels. Law enforcement officers on both sides of the border are increasingly attacked by paramilitary units, aka “Zetas”, escorting drug shipments into the U.S. and reportedly offering a $50,000 bounty on Border Patrol agents and police officers."
- State Sen. Karen Johnson AZ from Letter on CAFTA
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Republican District 18
1700 W. Washington
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602) 926-3160
Fax Number: (602) 417-3151
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I just returned from a week in Washington , D.C. , with a group of concerned women where we learned about the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP), also known as "The North American Union."
This partnership was agreed upon at a private meeting held in Waco, Texas, March 23, 2005, between then-President of Mexico, Vicente Fox, U.S. President George Bush, and then-Prime Minister Paul Martin of Canada. The SPP is an agreement to merge our United States of America with Mexico and Canada .
I am outraged about what the Bush administration is doing with this partnership behind Congress's back. (See www.spp.gov
With virtually no mention in the mainstream media and no oversight from Congress, Commerce Secretary Carlos M. Gutierrez is pushing forward, through his department, the "working groups" that are currently implementing this plan. Government bureaucrats and business leaders are "harmonizing and integrating" our laws with Mexico and Canada on a broad range of issues such as E-Commerce, Transportation, Environment, Health, Agriculture, Financial Services, and National Security just to mention a few. Do we want our laws "harmonized" with Socialist Canada and corrupt Mexico ?
If you are concerned about terrorism in our country just remember that enlarging our borders, merging our security functions with one of the most corrupt nations on earth ( Mexico ), and giving up sovereignty and constitutional protections does NOT make us safer.
Dr. Jerome Corsi, a Harvard Professor, who has spent months researching this issue was recently able through a Freedom of Information request to obtain about 1,000 pages on SPP/North American Union, which clearly reveal that the Bush administration is running a "shadow government" with Mexico and Canada in which unelected bureaucrats are crafting a broad range of policy changes.
The SPP is truly rewriting U.S. administrative law, all without Congressional oversight or public disclosure. The government watchdog organization, Judicial Watch, obtained many of the same documents that Dr. Corsi has received, including the organizational chart and a listing of trilateral Mexican, Canadian, and U.S. administrative officers who report on multiple cabinet-level "working groups."
The SPP.gov web site has now put up a "Myth vs. Fact" document posted for public relations purposes to begin the "whitewash" in which they think they can hoodwink the American public. One of the ways the administration has been able to go around Congress is by not having the three countries sign a treaty or "law" on SPP. I want to know -- and the American public should demand -- where does the Bush administration get the congressional authorization to invite two foreign nations to the table to rewrite U.S. law?
The Bush administration is trying to create the infrastructure for a new regional North American government in stealth fashion, under the radar and out of public view. Congress has unequivocally been asleep at the wheel.
It is incredible but, if this template is followed, just two years from now the United States may cease to exist as an independent nation. Its laws, rules and regulations -- including all freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution -- will be subject to review and nullification by the North American Union's governing body (unelected). There will no longer be a Canadian or Mexican border. Transnational transportation corridors will crisscross the United States delivering the cheapest goods possible from China and Vietnam with Mexican truckers who will work for a pittance of what our U.S. truckers earn. Thousands of middle-class jobs will be wiped out, and the U.S. will become nothing more than a province in an emerging North American superstate.
The American people have got to be alerted and we must contact our members of Congress to put a stop to this. Most Representatives and Senators are largely unaware of the SPP/North American Union. I am certain that an aroused and deeply concerned electorate would have little trouble gaining support to block what is planned and retain our nation's hard-won independence. Please help stop this insane move towards a North American Union.
Senator Karen S. Johnson - District 18