When Jerome Corsi and I first began reporting on the quiet conspiracy to integrate the U.S. politically, socially and economically with Mexico and Canada, we were castigated, ridiculed, marginalized ands demeaned by elected officials, our colleagues in the press and some radio talk-show hosts.

We were making it all up, they said.

Congress has never considered any such action, they scolded.

Show us the legislation, they demanded.

Not one responsible official in Washington sees any such threat, they claimed.

This is black-helicopter stuff, they scoffed.

Recently, all seven of the 11 candidates who showed up for the Republican presidential debate organized by “values voters” in Florida acknowledged this European Union-style movement and pledged to halt it should any of them be elected.


Recently, Rep. Virgil Goode, R-Va., introduced a resolution expressing the sense of Congress that the U.S. “should not engage in the construction of a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Superhighway System or enter into a North American Union with Mexico and Canada.” Already it has 27 cosponsors from both sides of the aisle.

Even President George W. Bush, seen as one of the architects of this plan for integration of the three North American nations, has been forced to answer questions about his intentions to create a “North American Union.”

And Corsi’s “The Late Great USA: The Coming Merger With Mexico and Canada” has become a New York Times best-seller.

So what do the mockers and the scoffers say now?

As Corsi points out in a recent column, they’re saying the same things!

The script hasn’t changed one iota.

And the rants are coming from some unexpected quarters.

You might think Human Events, the conservative weekly made famous nearly 30 years ago because it was read by President Ronald Reagan, would be alarmed at the avalanche of attacks on U.S. sovereignty seen so clearly by people across the political spectrum – from Phyllis Schlafly to Teamsters union leader James P. Hoffa. You would be wrong.

The new editor of that publication, Jed Babbin, a deputy undersecretary of defense in the first Bush administration, is still name-calling.

He called Corsi a “black helicopter Internet conspiracy theorist” for continuing to report on efforts to break down American sovereignty incrementally – setting up the public for what will someday be an inevitable slide down the slippery slope of regional government unaccountable to the people and the strict limits on power found in our Constitution.

Babbin fears focusing attention on this mega-threat, this long-term breach of American independence, will somehow help Hillary Clinton get elected president.

While I do not wish to see the dragon lady preside over these United States, I am equally concerned with losing the last vestiges of what make these United States so special – constitutionally limited government, the rule of law, a government accountable to the citizens of the U.S. and no one else.

The North American Union “secret” is now out in the open. You’d have to be myopic not to see it. There is a clear trend toward regional government and global government all over the world. The foundational steps toward “integration” of the U.S., Mexico and Canada are already in place. We are following a plan nearly identical to the one used to establish the European Union.

It’s time to take your heads out of the sand.

It’s time to review the mounting evidence available for free to all WND readers through a simple keyword search on this site.

It’s time to read Corsi’s “The Late Great USA.”

It’s time to stop killing the messenger.

And it’s time to make your voice of opposition heard.



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