February 15, 2008
In this interview with Mexico’s former president, Vicente Fox, conducted by Luke Rudkwowski of We Are Change, we get more hum and haw about the inevitability of the North American Union. Fox insists little to nothing is happening in regard to the original the Security and Prosperity Partnership game plan, initiated by Bush, Fox, and former Canadian Premier Paul Martin in 2005. Bush considers Americans concerned about the SPP and the NAU as little more than conspiracy nuts, never mind those transnational highways going in all over Texas.
Rudkwowski mentioned these highways to Vicente Fox and the former president of Coca-Cola in Latin America waved his hands dismissively. Nothing to do with Mexico or any grand conspiracy, declared Fox, never mind TxDOT (Texas Department of Transportation) met with Mexican transportation officials to discuss corridor connections and extensions into Mexico (see a map of the routes here). If we are to believe Fox, he is clueless about NASCO, the North America SuperCorridor Coalition Inc., Kansas City SmartPort Inc., or the fact TxDOT is overseeing the Trans-Texas Corridor as the first leg of the NAFTA Super Highway. Fox would have us believe he is unaware of the documented fact the KCSmartPort facility will by necessity be considered Mexican territory, as revealed by Joyce Mucci, the founder of the Mid-America Immigration Reform Coalition, under the provisions of the Missouri Sunshine Law from the City of Kansas City, Mo., and from the Missouri Department of Economic Development.
Of course, Fox was playing a disingenuous game with Luke. In his recently published book, Revolution of Hope, Fox relates a statement he made to President Bush and then Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien: “I proposed a… plan to… move us toward a single continental economic union, modeled on the European example.”
John Vinson, editor of American for Immigration Control, adds: “He then related that ‘Bush shot the idea down.’ Was it because he disagreed with it? Apparently not, as more information will show. Fox added that, the White House informed him (in Fox’s words) that ‘life would be easier’ if he stopped ‘raising hackles’ by discussing a North American Union.”
And just what did Bush and Fox agree upon? During an interview on CNN’s Larry King Live [see video below], Fox stated, “Long term, very long term, what we proposed together, President Bush and myself, [was] a trade union for all the Americas.” King then asked if this union, of not just North America, but presumably South America too, would have a common currency “like the euro” the currency of the European Union. Fox replied, “Well, that would be long, long term.” He then added that progress toward that goal would have to be incremental steps.
What Fox described sounds quite similar to the strategy that brought about the European Union. Its proponents at first stressed that they were only seeking more cooperation in trade and other matters. Not until much later did they reveal their agenda for a common parliament and a common currency.
Without a doubt, powerful interests want greater integration of the three countries. The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in New York City accurately describes its membership as leaders in key sectors of American society. In 2005, at almost exactly the same time as the SPP unveiling, the CFR, published a document entitled, “Building a North American Community.” In testimony before Congress, a key author of that document, Professor Robert Pastor of American University, stated that the U.S., Canada and Mexico must move beyond “an outdated conception of sovereignty.”
As Jerome Corsi notes, Fox would have used a microphone to broadcast the plan. “Evidently, George Bush forgot to brief Vicente Fox before he began his book tour,” Corsi told WorldNetDaily. “Just give Vicente Fox a microphone. That’s the best way to bring the SPP out of the shadows and expose the real conspirators, George Bush and Vicente Fox, not those of us who are pointing to government websites and asking questions,” the latter little more than conspiracy nuts, according to Bush.
“In his book, Fox is open in his support for globalism and his determination to create a North American Union, Corsi said, pointing out he portrays Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez as the villain who blocked the North American Union plan,” concludes WND.
On page 317 of his book, Fox writes: “At summits I took every opportunity to advocate clearly for free-market policies; showing what sound economics could do to fund social justice; arguing for globalism, NAFTA and the Free Trade Area of the Americas.”
Now? Fox is reticent, especially with a determined We Are Change on the case. Change is essentially a flea in the mix and, as Bush and the globalists would have it, little more than a noisome conspiracy mental case bothering a great man during one of his many important events.
Of course in Bushzarro world and that of the ruling elite — who are determined to reduce the planet to a slave labor gulag based on the China model — people who know the truth and have the cajones to speak it are to be swiped aside as crackpots. It is a tactic that works far less effectively than it did a mere three or four years ago, before the popularity of YouTube and the easy availability if online video.
Fox’s lies, likely a response to Bush’s admonition, will not fly — not with Luke Rudkwowski and We Are Change around and this video to be soon enough linked and archived all over the internet.
This article was posted: Friday, February 15, 2008 at 10:59 pm