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George H. W. Bush was the first president to declare that he was in the process of integrating the Americas that would be set up as a trading region. The first effort was the FTAA, the Free Trade Area of the Americas. In addition, governance would be under United Nations laws that would be enforced on all member states of the Americas. For the United States there would no longer be a First Amendment or a Second Amendment. For starters, the United Nations would, once enacted, cover all member states of the world based on UN laws.
George W. Bush tried to pass such an (UN) agreement during his terms but it failed.
The FTAA “government” would be based on a trade agreement that governs the daily life of the 34 nations of the Western Hemisphere. Everything would be set up by corporate CEOs and economic activity would be maintained through governing agencies of the regional areas.
The Americas would be monitored with ID cards for all “citizens” of the Americas. Citizens of all member states would be on interconnected databases. Everyone can be scanned and located. All citizens or each nation must have their Ids located on those databases. The only nations failing to have their ID info completed on databases are Canada and the United States.
Every president of the United States from George H. W. Bush through Barack Obama has been active in the integration of North America. Obama has been the most active president toward opening the borders with Canada and Mexico and completing a North American perimeter around the continent.
North America should be finished within the next 10 to 20 years. When that happens, all citizens (including Mexicans) will, according to pages 27 and 28 of the CFR (Council on Foreign Relations) Plan for Building a North American Community, be able to live and work anywhere in North America. That means all citizens will be able to live in the former United States. Every president is on board to “welcome” our new North American Citizens. President Obama has suggested that all Americans should learn Spanish.

24 janvier
Ray Kania

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