Of course you and I know or should know, that this is the NAU being spoken of, openly, in the UK
Have we had any real discussion or public acknowledgement of the elites moving us towards this long planned union?
The proof of connivance in moving Canada/US/Mexico towards this amalgamation, is in the pudding, the sychophants we allow to lead us have been edging us ever closer to the NAU. Except they always call this 'harmonization' The US and Canada, always singing the same songs- In harmony.
Do you think we will have a referendum in Canada regarding this annexation? We won't.
Will there be a referendum in the US? There won't be.
Because it's being done surreptitiously, bit by bit. A chipping away at Canada's sovereignty.
There was recently a referendum in Crimea . With international observers and paper ballots. And the people of Crimea choose their future. Unsurprisingly, that referendum was widely condemned by the so called democracies of the West. But then, the western democracies are anything but democratic.
Canadians should be unsurprised to see Diane Francis figuring large in this talk of annexation. Americans may not recognize the name? Francis is an alleged journalist. She is also American born with dual citizenship. Personally speaking, I could never stand the writings of this woman. She was and is clearly a toadie of the multinational banker class
A saleswoman, the likes of Diane Francis, would always have a sales pitch all ready to go! And she does! It's contained in her prospectus-
A printed document that advertises or describes a school, commercial enterprise, forthcoming book, etc., in order to attract or inform clients, members, buyers, or investors."Merger of the Century: Why Canada & America should become one country" She is selling the North American Union from the Canada/American viewpoint, concerning Canada and the US. I am sure someone else is selling the Mexican point of view.
A reviewer of her book asks why it is Canada doesn't merge with Russia?. Setting out plenty of good reasons why it is Canada should merge with Russia.
Someone is thinking..........Hurray
Canada would, in theory, (if it has to merge with some super-power - as Diane nonsensically argues), be far better off merging with Russia. It may seem very outside the box at first and yes, Russia is a bit police-statish, but America lost that shine with the Patriot Act, TSA abuses, torture and concentration-camps, NSA spying, revoking the right of due process, the NDAA and of course all of Obama's lies promising to fix all that - and it just keeps getting worse all the time. Consider the advantages of a Canada-Russia merger: the Russians do not even need Canada's resources, land or cannon fodder (so Canada could negotiate a pretty good entry deal - maybe like Hong Kong's), nor are they trillions and trillions of dollars in debt. On the contrary, Russia has a huge surplus and is also well able to defend against any invasion. Not only that, a merger would create a country covering 30% of the world's land mass and thus be the richest country in human history. There is a language issue but that would create loads of work for Canadian English teachers. Both countries also love hockey and believe the most important games are the Winter Games - a perfect match!Advantages? Many!
One not mentioned is the fact that a Russia/Canada union would control the Arctic almost entirely. Including the abundant resources- and that the people of both nations could and should benefit immensely in that situation.
But then Diane Francis isn't really concerned with what is best for Canada or Canadians. She is merely selling the agenda of global tyranny/dictatorship and control by big business The very fact that this crackpot suggests Canada has to merge with a superpower sets the parameter for the sales pitch, that has to push the NAU product. This had to have been the sole reason her book was even published
Rant over. I just had to get it out!!! Now onto the the elite think tank pushing the concept of the US annexing Canada
Woodrow Wilson Center holds ‘thought experiment’ on possible political union of the North American neighbours
Vladimir Putin may have taken Crimea for Russia, ( hello Guardian?? Referendum??) but in Washington on Wednesday the talk was of US annexation of Canada – all 4m square miles of it.
That at least was the “thought experiment” conducted by the Woodrow Wilson Center, a prestigious DC thinktank, which hosted a debate featuring the author of a book advocating political union of the two North American neighbours.
Diane Francis, a conservative Canadian newspaper columnist with dual US citizenship, says her call for the “merger of the century” has been listened to more seriously south of the border where she claims to have received complimentary letters from Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush.
“In Canada, people are horrified,” (Yes, they are and for dam good reason!) admitted Francis, before discussing how its 13 provinces and territories could become US states – but why Quebec might instead choose to become a semi-independent commonwealth, “a bit like Puerto Rico”.
“I think we are already merging,” she said at Wednesday’s debate. “We should just get on with it and take away the border. My solution to fixing the border problem is just to get rid of it.”I agree we are merging- As mentioned in a very underhanded, beneath the radar, undemocratic, fascistic method.
“Canadians would act like a fabric softener for US politics,” claims Francis, allowing reforms like universal healthcare to take root, while also providing a pressure valve for conservative Americans and Quebecois nationalists alike.Insulting to Americans- they don't need us for 'fabric softener' Implying Americans are rough, scratchy and irritating. What a pompous ass.
In return, goes the argument, American conservatives could find allies in Alberta and the Arctic and help drive North American energy production, both fossil fuel and renewable, in ways that would make current arguments over the Keystone oil pipeline redundant.And there is the meat and potatoes- energy politcs and exploiting the Arctic.. An area of the globe the US has no real say. Alaska can't make much of a claim to the area. And Canada, does not need the US to drive energy production and exploit Arctic resources.