Sunday, August 19, 2007

U.S. Congress members to Bush: Back off SPP agenda

Letter from 22 Members of the U.S. House of Representatives, including two Republican candidates for U.S. President (Hunter, Tancredo), to President Bush expresses concern about the secretive manner of the SPP process, and that the SPP "may actually undermine our security and sovereignty."
[Names of 22 U.S. House signers listed below]

Furthermore, reminiscent of the Bush-McCain-Kennedy-Graham efforts to pass the recently (temporarily) defeated Illegal Migrants Amnesty bill, these 22 Congressmen also expressed concern that SPP measures "could have the effect of further weakening this country's ability to secure its frontiers and prevent illegal immigration."

It looks like Bush is at it again, trying to weaken America's borders and reduce our sovereign nation's protection against illegal migrant aliens.

This third SPP Summit is scheduled for Aug. 20-21, in Montebello, Quebec, Canada, located between Ottawa and Montreal. U.S. President George Bush will meet with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Mexican President Felipe Calderon.

Complicity of the CFR-controlled American Media:

Despite a series of several articles in The Ottawa Citizen (see links as far back as July 12 at the end of this e-mail), and an admirable effort by World Net Daily ( to repeatedly report articles on the SPP / NAU issue; by contrast, the virtual / substantive blackout by the CFR-controlled, dominant, dinosaur, American media appears to have continued until Saturday, August 18, when a whitewashed Associated Press (AP) story was published, that pales in substance and content to the true measure of what is happening.
(See the various SPP/NAU website links at the end of this e-mail for much more information on what these Canada / U.S. / Mexico summits between the national leaders of the North American continent's three sovereign (for now) countries are really about.)

The Aug. 18 on-line AP article in USA Today below covering the event does not even mention the terms "SPP" or "Security and Prosperity Partnership," and certainly does not mention the terms "NAU" or "North American Union." This media negligence serves as a case-in-point example of why the American people are so dangerously uninformed on this and far too many other issues that the NWO's CFR globalists have been and continue to foist upon Americans:

With help from Canada, Mexico, Bush to push North American agenda
USA Today, AP, August 18, 2007
(Amazingly, this article does not even mention "SPP" or Security and Prosperity Partnership,"and certainly does not mention the terms "NAU" or "North American Union.")


Contrast the excellent World Net Daily coverage on the topic, here and further below:

"As WND reported, Hunter successfully offered an amendment to H.R.3074, the Transportation Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2008, prohibiting the use of federal funds to participate in SPP-related working group meetings in the future."

Anti-SPP Amendment passed in U.S. House July 24:

Steve Lefemine
Columbia Christians for Life
August 19, 2007

Friday, August 17, 2007

Congress tells Bush: Back off SPP agenda
Lawmakers' letter warns 'stealth' effort to 'harmonize' could undermine security

Posted: August 17, 2007
5:00 p.m. Eastern
By Jerome R. Corsi

© 2007

Twenty-two members of the U.S. House of Representatives – 21 Republicans and a Democrat – are urging President Bush to back off his North American integration efforts when he attends the third summit meeting on the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North Americanext week in Montebello, Quebec.

They make it clear that continuing any such agenda at this point would be disregarding growing apprehension in Congress about the plans.

"As you travel to Montebello, Canada later this month for a summit with your Canadian and Mexican counterparts, we want you to be aware of serious and growing concerns in the U.S. Congress about the so-called Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) you launched with these nations in 2005," the letter said.

While the letter authors express their support for the president's "desire to promote good relations with our neighbors to the north and south," they are worried about the secretive manner in which SPP is being conducted and concerned it "may actually undermine our security and sovereignty."

"For instance," the letter said, "measures that would make it easier to move goods and people across borders could have the effect of further weakening this country's ability to secure itsfrontiers and prevent illegal immigration."

The letter also cited documents obtained by Judicial Watch in a Freedom of Information Act Request that suggest, "Such secretiveness seems not to be accidental."

WND was among the first news organizations to obtain and publish the agenda and the list of attendees for a secret North American Forum meeting held at the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel in Banff, Alberta, Canada, from September 12-14, 2006. The meeting was closed to the press and the documents obtained by WND were marked "Internal Document, Not for Public Release."

President Bush with then-Mexico President Vicente Fox, left, and then-Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin in March 2005 at the inaugural summit of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (White House photo)

Judicial Watch also used a Freedom of Information Act request to obtain a set of notes from the Pentagon attendees at the secret Banff meeting.

One particularly disturbing comment was noted in the official conference record of the speeches given, as recorded in the "Rapporteur Notes" obtained by the Judicial Watch FOIA request. In Section VI of the conference, entitled "Border Infrastructure and Continental Prosperity," the reporter summarized as follows:

To what degree does the concept of North America help/hinder solving problems between the three countries?

  • Vision is helpful
  • A secure perimeter would bring enormous benefit
  • While a vision is appealing working on the infrastructure might yield more benefit and bring more people on board ("evolution by stealth")

Reflecting on those perceptions, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said, "It is not encouraging to see the phrase 'evolution by stealth' in reference to important policy debates such as North American integration and cooperation. These documents provide more informationto Americans concerned about the Security and Prosperity Partnership. The more transparency the better."

The members also noted in their letter the amendment added by Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., to the transportation funding bill.

As WND reported, Hunter successfully offered an amendment to H.R.3074, the Transportation Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2008, prohibiting the use of federal funds to participate in SPP-related working group meetings in the future.

The members noted in their letter that, "This vote is an indication of the serious concerns felt by those of us in Congress and by our constituents about this initiative – concerns that will only be intensified if pursuit of the SPP continues out of public view and without congressional oversight or approval."

The last paragraph of the letter called upon the president "not to pledge or agree to any further movement in connection with the SPP at the upcoming North American summit."

The letter concluded that, "in the interest of transparency and accountability, we urge you to bring to the Congress whatever provisions have already been agreed upon and those now being pursued or contemplated as part of this initiative, for the purpose of obtaining authorization through the normal legislative process."

Signatories to the letter included the following members of the House of Representatives:

  • Rep. Terry Everett, R-Alabama
  • Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-California
  • Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colorado
  • Rep. Ted Poe, R-Texas
  • Rep. Nancy Boyda, D-Kansas
  • Rep. Walter Jones, R-North Carolina
  • Rep. David Davis, R-Tenn.
  • Rep. Phil Gingrey, R-Georgia
  • Rep. John Boozman, R-Arkansas
  • Rep. John Duncan, R-Tenn.
  • Rep. Virgil Goode, R-Virginia
  • Rep. Tom Price, R-Georgia
  • Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite, R-Florida
  • Rep. Sue Myrick, R-North Carolina
  • Rep. Jo Bonner, R-Alabama
  • Rep. Gary Miller, R-Calif.
  • Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa
  • Rep. Greg Walden, R-Oregon
  • Rep. Michael Rogers, R-Alabama
  • Rep. Thaddeus McCotter, R-Michigan
  • Rep. Robert Aderholt, R-Alabama
  • Rep. Todd Akin, R-Missouri

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Previous stories:

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The Nation cover story denies Superhighway

Military aid to Mexico on SPP summit agenda

3rd SPP summit shrouded in secrecy

Secret memo: One-world agenda dominates SPP summit

10,000 protesters expected at North America summit

Bill paves way for Canada's 'disappearance'

Protesters to converge on North America summit

Commerce chief pushes for 'North American integration'

Idaho lawmakers want out of SPP

House resolution opposes North American Union

Residents of planned union to be 'North Americanists'

Congressman battles North Americanization

North American Union leader says merger just crisis away

'Bush doesn't think America should be an actual place'

Mexico ambassador: We need N. American Union in 8 years

Congressman: Superhighway about North American Union

'North American Union' major '08 issue?

Resolution seeks to head off union with Mexico, Canada

Documents reveal 'shadow government'

Tancredo: Halt 'Security and Prosperity Partnership'

North American Union threat gets attention of congressmen

Top U.S. official chaired N. American confab panel

N. American students trained for 'merger'

North American confab 'undermines' democracy

Attendance list North American forum

North American Forum agenda

North American merger topic of secret confab

Feds finally release info on 'superstate'

Senator ditches bill tied to 'superstate'

Congressman presses on 'superstate' plan

Feds stonewalling on 'superstate' plan?

Cornyn wants U.S. taxpayers to fund Mexican development

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Tancredo confronts 'superstate' effort

Bush sneaking North American superstate without oversight?

Jerome R. Corsi is a staff reporter for WND. He received a Ph.D. from Harvard University in political science in 1972 and has written many books and articles, including his latest best-seller, "The Late Great USA." Corsi co-authored with John O'Neill the No. 1 New York Times best-seller, "Unfit for Command: Swift Boat Veterans Speak Out Against John Kerry." Other books include "Showdown with Nuclear Iran," "Black Gold Stranglehold: The Myth of Scarcity and the Politics of Oil," which he co-authored with WND columnist Craig. R. Smith, and "Atomic Iran."


Related links:

Related stories in The Ottawa Citizen, Ontario, Canada:

(Read this Canadian newspaper on-line, because much of the news is censored by the CFR-controlled, dominant, dinosaur American press.)

Continental Divide

All eyes are on Canada as Stephen Harper, George W. Bush and Felipe Calderon meet at Montebello next week to discuss the Security and Prosperity Partnership. Some call the agreement a plot to create a North American Union, others hail it as the dawn of a new era

The Ottawa Citizen - Published: Saturday, August 18, 2007'

To some, it is a "corporate coup d'état," a conspiracy by big business to turn Canada into the 51st state by stealth. Others see it the other way around -- as a plot to destroy the U.S. by forcing it into a North American Union with "socialist Canada" and "corrupt Mexico."


'Bush needs Three Amigos summit to cement presidential legacy

CanWest News Service - Published: Saturday, August 18, 2007

"... U.S. analysts say, the two-day get-together with his Canadian and Mexican counterparts in the Quebec resort town of Montebello offers Bush a chance to show his presidency has not stalled, and that he is committed to enhancing trade and security in North America."


Whose security?

A cornerstone of the Security and Prosperity Partnership is energy. But critics say the aim is to ensure the U.S. has a secure supply of Canadian energy, while Canadians continue to import oil and gas

The Ottawa Citizen - Published: Saturday, August 18, 2007


Summit leaders to view video feed of protests

Plan complies with court ruling that demonstrators have right 'to be seen and heard

'The Ottawa Citizen - Published: Friday, August 17, 2007

"While protesters will be barred from the grounds of the "three amigos" summit next week, the American and Mexican presidents and their host -- Prime Minister Stephen Harper -- can watch them on a video feed piped into the resort where they're meeting."

"The audio-video protest plan by summit organizers -- not the RCMP -- is aimed at compliance with a court ruling that protesters have the right "to be seen and heard," Mr. Harper's officials said yesterday."

[CCL Comment: What an outrage. Government suppression of free speech and freedom of assembly is apparently operative in Canada just as it has been at various Bush events here in America, including the use of "free speech zones."]

Why we should worry about the Montebello talks

Citizen Special - Published: Thursday, August 16, 2007

"The North American Security and Prosperity Partnership (that's what SPP stands for) was launched by the three NAFTA countries in March 2005. This is their third meeting and the first held in Canada."

"The SPP is the successor to the 1994 NAFTA, the next stage on the path to fully integrate the North American economy along the lines advocated by business and political elites. It is a NAFTA-plus initiative but with several differences."

"... cumulatively, the negative overall impact on Canadian sovereignty and democracy will be huge."

"This is the key danger: that as SPP agreements progressively shrink our room to manoeuvre in key policy areas, Canadian sovereignty and democracy become increasingly hollow."


Too much silence, secrecy on SPP talks

Letter to the Editor

The Ottawa Citizen - Published: Thursday, August 16, 2007

"The majority of Canadians are against this style of integration with the U.S."


Summit protesters accuse police of 'instigating violence'

Weekend arrests will encourage resistance, they say

The Ottawa Citizen - Published: Wednesday, August 15, 2007

"Area protest leaders have sharpened their rhetoric in preparation for potential blowback against demonstrations planned for next week's North American leaders' summit in Montebello."


People's Global Action Bloc

The Ottawa Citizen- Published: Monday, August 13, 2007


Tories shun forum on security and prosperity

Refused invitation angers organizers

Don Butler, The Ottawa Citizen - Published: Saturday, August 11, 2007


Summit won't have big effect on town: mayor

Rumours of 25K perimeter around Montebello untrue; trucks will be rerouted

Jean-François Bertrand, The Ottawa Citizen - Published: Friday, August 03, 2007


No consultation

The Ottawa Citizen - Published: Wednesday, August 01, 2007


U.S. Congress blocks key transport initiative

Warns trilateral plan would open borders to 'alien invaders

'The Ottawa Citizen - Published: Monday, July 30, 2007

"Just weeks before the Canadian, U.S. and Mexican leaders meet in Montebello, Que., to discuss the Security and Prosperity Partnership, U.S. legislators moved to block a key part of the trilateral trade initiative."

"The U.S. House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly last week to cut off funding for talks on all transportation issues related to the SPP, a controversial effort to harmonize the countries' economic and security protocols."


Police nix meeting near world leaders; Public forum 6 kilometres from Montebello too close for comfort

The Ottawa Citizen - Thu 12 Jul 2007

"... the RCMP, the Surete du Quebec, and the U.S. army would not allow the municipalityto rent the facility [for public use]."


The issue of Illegal Migrant Aliens is linked to the CFR's SPP and NAU

The CFR, the defeated (for now) "Bush-McCain-Kennedy-Grahamnesty" Amnesty for Illegal Migrant Aliens bill (S.1639), and the SPP / NAU:

The Immigration Amnesty Bill (S.1639) is related to the North American Union,the merger of Canada, the United States, and Mexico, promoted by the CFR:

Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America


Building a North American Community Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)

Task Force Report No. 53


Security and Prosperity Partnership Of North America

"The Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) was launched in March of 2005 as a trilateral effort to increase security and enhance prosperity among the United States, Canada and Mexico through greater cooperation and information sharing."

Check out this U.S. Government website:



North American union plan headed to Congress in fall

Powerful think tank prepares report on benefits of integration between U.S., Mexico, Canada


Finally! The full exposé of North American agenda

Jerome Corsi exposes the coming merger with Mexico and Canada -


2006 Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) Membership Roster

"The Definition of Tyranny," The New American (May 15, 1995), by John F. McManus

"Formed in 1921 by Edward Mandell House, President Woodrow Wilson's right-hand man,the CFR's purpose has been undeniably clear from the start: to submerge our nation into a socialist, one-world government."

"Never forget that the CFR was formed to bring about socialism and world government. Its increasing domination over America's affairs amounts to a conspiracy the grip of which must be broken by an informed and alarmed American citizenry. If CFR influence over our federal government isn't soon broken, America will be reduced to a mere province in a socialistic world government where freedom has disappeared and national sovereignty is but a dim memory. And James Madison's worst fear -- tyranny reigning in this land -- will become a reality. The time to expose the CFR and its grip on this land is now."


The SPP / NAU is part of the NWO Globalists' agenda to establish a European Union style North American Union between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada. Their fatally-flawedplan envisions first Regional Governments (e.g., like the EU, NAU), and eventually, one-world, Global Government, a modern Tower of Babel. It will fail, just as the first Tower of Babel is recorded to have failed in Genesis, chapter 11, verses 1-9.

The New World Order:

  • one world government
  • one world money
  • one world religion

No King but King Jesus! (Y'shua Messiah)

Declarations and Evidences of Christian Faith in America’s Colonial Charters, State Constitutions, and other Historical Documents during over 375 Years of American History: 1606 to 1982

"... I will build My church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." Matt. 16:18 Y'shua Messiah -

Steve Lefemine, pro-life missionary

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PO Box 50358

Columbia, SC

(803) 765-0916

August 19, 2007

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