Integration of Mexico, Canada and the United States is fast tracked in portions of the Senate immigration bill. The Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP), also known as the North American Union (NAU), is put into high speed to benefit Mexico alone as can be seen in the article below.
Why this is even in the immigration bill should send up red flags. Something like this should be in its own piece of legislation and not attached to the tracking of illegal immigration or the numbers of legal immigrants coming into our country. It's the equivalent of earmarks or pork directly to Mexico.
Keep in mind that the immigration bill is supposed to be for the benefit of the American people. No other individual country should be singled out in this bill for favorable treatment.
The controversial "Secure Borders, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Reform Act of 2007," which would grant millions of illegal aliens the right to stay in the U.S. under certain conditions, contains provisions for the acceleration of the Security and Prosperity Partnership, a plan for North American economic and defense integration, WND has learned.
The bill, as worked out by Senate and White House negotiators, cites the SPP agreement signed by President Bush and his counterparts in Mexico and Canada March 23, 2005 – an agreement that has been criticized as a blueprint for building a European Union-style merger of the three countries of North America.
"It is the sense of Congress that the United States and Mexico should accelerate the implementation of the Partnership for Prosperity to help generate economic growth and improve the standard of living in Mexico, which will lead to reduced migration," the draft legislation states on page 211 on the version time-stamped May 18, 2007 11:58 p.m.
Tipped by: Dustin Inman Society