Good News: The North American Union Has Stalled!

by John Hawkins | January 8, 2008 8:25 am

“Hey ah — when does that North American Union go into effect? When does Tony Snow announce that last night, Bush merged the country with Canada and Mexico and that our new national sport is hockey and that we’re taking orders from Felipe Calderon? Probably right after the draft that the Democrats were predicting that Bush would implement right after the 2004 elections.

Now, here’s another interesting question — when Bush leaves office in 2009 and there is no North American Union, what do bubbleheads like Jerome Corsi say then? What does a guy like Joseph Farrah, who has been promoting this nonsense for years, say? What does Ron Paul say?

They told us Bush was going to merge the United States, Mexico, and Canada, the people who weren’t insane said that was crazy, and they insisted it was happening. So, when it doesn’t happen, then what?” — John Hawkins[1] on July 26, 2007

“But aside from the chilling prospect of a “Monster Highway” (why is a new road in Texas supposed to be so scary?) there’s no reason at all to believe in the ludicrous, childish, ill-informed, manipulative, brain dead fantasies about a North American Union. The entire chimera has been conjured up to scare people over nothing–to solicit contributions to fight a non-existent threat, and then when that threat never materializes the exploiters and charlatans who’ve been lying to you about this nonsense can beat their chests and say, “Look at that! We stopped the globalists in their evil, diabolical plans to terminate American sovereignty–now send us even more money!” — Michael Medved[2] on December 28, 2006

“Much of the concern about incremental moves toward a continental merger centered on the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, an agreement Bush entered after secret discussions with Mexico’s then-president Vicente Fox and Canada’s then-prime minister Paul Martin in Waco, Texas, March 23, 2005.

An insider who presented a paper at a recent North American Forum meeting in Mexico, however, says public exposure has sparked opposition to North American integration, stalling SPP efforts.” — WorldNetDaily[3], Jan. 5, 2008

I guess we really owe a debt of gratitude to the braindead gang of conspiracy theorists who spent more than a year telling everyone who would listen that Bush was about to merge the United States, Canada, and Mexico over the protests of everyone else in the country, because apparently the threat has now been averted thanks to their efforts.

So, what’s next for Jerome Corsi, WorldNetDaily, Lou Dobbs, Ron Paul, Phyllis Schlafly & the rest of the gang? Stopping the takeover of the planet by the reptillians? Keeping the Illuminati from controlling the next President? Keeping the Bilderberg Group from teaming up with the Freemasons to start World War 4? Only time will tell!

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