Building a North American Community
In 2005, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) published a document called Building a North American Community. The task force proposed "the creation by 2010 of a North American community to enhance security, prosperity, and opportunity."1
The plan includes police state, big brother security proposals, such as biometric identifiers, databasing modeled on the NEXUS and SENTRI programs.2
The CFR calls for the governments to work jointly on military and police operations, writing, "At least one major trilateral exercise conducted by law enforcement authorities and one by the militaries should be established as a goal over the next year."3
Finally, we see the CFR's intentions for transportation and "economic growth."
Under this plan, more American jobs can be outsourced for cheaper labor in other countries, even jobs that are still being done within our own borders. Non-union Mexican truck drivers can drive Mexican trucks not only across our borders and into Canada. The CFR wants to let them drive routes east west from American city to American city, taking American jobs within American borders away from American citizens.
The CFR plan calls for "an annual North American summit meeting" writing,
This meeting has of course taken place as the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP), which has brought the three leaders together in 2005 and 2006. They also advocate "a North American advisory council."
The advisory council suggested is being carried out through the North American Forum, which runs parallel to the SPP.
The CFR's imagined community is one of a welfare state depending on labor from other states to import goods through an unprecedented infrastructure with Orwellian overtones. Somehow, this idea which seems straight out of a science fiction novel is a perfect model for the aim of Bush, Fox and Harper's Security and Prosperity Partnership. The Council on Foreign Relations plan is becoming a reality with through the work of the North American SuperCorridor Coaliton.
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