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Are the Elites planning a Takeover of the U.S. (NAU)?

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posted on Jun, 17 2007 @ 12:41 PM
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I just found a great analysis of the North American Union controversy. The writer points out what is actually true and what is pure hysterics on the part of critics.

Its worth reading. And its worth standing up to One Worlder interests even though the NAU isn't quite what some make it out to be.



Debunking the North American Union Conspiracy Theory
By Joshua Holland, AlterNet. Posted June 15, 2007.

The North American Union, an increasingly popular conspiracy theory about a group of shadowy international "elites" who are planning to "replace the United States" with a transnational government, is a manifestation of xenophobia that would do the John Birch Society proud.

Just what is the North American Union (NAU)?
www.alternet.org...


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posted on Jun, 17 2007 @ 02:28 PM
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If the North American Union is not real, why is the Amero its currency and being talked about on financial and news networks?







posted on Jun, 17 2007 @ 02:31 PM
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I find it highly likely would ever succeed, let alone take off. Many people would still be against it, even going so far as to side with the government! Just look at the Mexican Border Crisis, do the people look like they want an NAU?



posted on Jun, 17 2007 @ 03:27 PM
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Originally posted by Ironside
I find it highly likely would ever succeed, let alone take off. Many people would still be against it, even going so far as to side with the government! Just look at the Mexican Border Crisis, do the people look like they want an NAU?


Many people still don't know about the NAU, but it's still coming. Seeing as they already formed the EU with no problem, what exactly makes us immune to this?

People don't want our soldiers to be in Iraq, we are still there. Governments don't need the approval of the people to do what they want these days, there is evidence of this everywhere.

The people don't want the NAU, but just wait until our loving government creates another problem for us, and the solution they will offer is the NAU.



posted on Jun, 19 2007 @ 12:03 AM
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Weel, it's definitely a conspiracy to push the NAU down our collective throats...

Here's another example of arcane political maneuvering that the Dems might try to get the dead Immigration measure passed...It's called the "clay pigeon" tactic. IMO, when a legislative body uses arcane tricks to get an unpopular issue passed, it's time to clean House...And Senate. Full article here, but I've included a few excerpts to get across the general idea:


Majority Leader Harry Reid (news, bio, voting record), D-Nev., said he would revive the bill to legalize as many as 12 million unlawful immigrants late this week.
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The so-called clay pigeon is how he's expected to do it, under a strategy that was still taking shape Monday.
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Under the tentative plan, Reid as early as Friday would launch his target — an amendment encompassing all 22 proposals — and shoot it into its component pieces. The Senate would then vote on ending debate on the immigration measure, which would take 60 votes and limit discussion of the bill to 30 more hours. After that interval, all 22 amendments would have to be voted on, with little opportunity for foes to interfere.
Ironically, the move is usually used by mavericks — not leaders — to slow down legislation, not free it from a procedural thicket.
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The maneuver appears to be a relatively modern innovation; Dove said he first became aware of it in the early 1970s, when then-Sen. Jim Allen, D-Ala., a master of parliamentary procedures, used it against a bill pushed by the then- majority leader, Sen. Mike Mansfield, D-Mont.

Well, if it's not a conspiracy, then why does the US servant government (ie: the supposed Constitutional Republic that they should be serving) constantly shove stuff down our throats when lots of different polls show that the People don't want what they're pushing?

Well, this particular tactic: Intentionally slowing down procedure just to make everybody disgusted with wasted time (on an already dead Bill, shot down in both sides of Congress) until it gets passed out of sheer disgust.
Since destroying our borders & mucking up the economy for American Citizens living in America is a part of making the NAU plan succeed, it's time to tell your "Representatives" (in these modern politics, I use that term loosely) not to fall down to this tactic & let that dead Bill rest in peace. Because polls show that the [url=http://www.numbersusa.com/interests/amnesty.html]majority of American Citizens want it to remain dead, don't let Congress use trickery to resurrect a modern-day Frankenstein.



posted on Jun, 19 2007 @ 08:49 PM
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That immigration bill is George W. Bush's.

He expects that to be his legacy.:shk:

Crazy Train McCain's candidacy is going down like lead b/c he supports Bush's agenda (immigration and surge).

Some legacy.

As for the EU, it has taken many, many years for that to come together. And we are no where near wanting to do that kind of thing (as a nation). Its true that we could experience some life-altering, semi cataclysmic event (as Sept. 11 showed us), only God knows what the government might try and pull. Beyond that, though, I don't see our nation signing on for that kind of grand, sovereignty-lessening union (that the conpiracists are pushing).




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