posted on Jan, 29 2007 @ 11:13 AM
Every time I try to get a copy of the original free trade agreement, I end up getting redirected to the NAFTA agreement.
But, I want a copy of the original Canada-U.S. FTA.
There is a clause in NAFTA that essentially says that nothing in NAFTA will supercede anything in the original FTA, which means, if something in the
FTA is different from the NAFTA, what's written in the FTA is law.
There is a conspiracy theory on the web that the original FTA is sealed.
Apparently only two copies are available, one in Ottawa and the other in Washington.
No one is allowed to see the original agreement because of "national security."
Is this true?
There is a story going around the web that the original FTA actually contains the blueprint for the North American Union, and that is why no one is
allowed to look at it.
Can someone please post a link that contains the text of the original FTA.
PLEASE DO NOT POST A LINK TO NAFTA.
Thanks in advance.