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Boston Globe: The Amero Conspiracy (5 pg. article)

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posted on Nov, 26 2007 @ 09:14 PM

Boston Globe: The Amero Conspiracy (5 page article)

The North American Union is a supranational organization, modeled on the European Union, that will soon fuse Canada, the United States, and Mexico into a single economic and political unit. The details are still being worked out by the countries' leaders, but the NAU's central governing body will have the power to nullify the laws of its member states.
(visit the link for the full news article)

[edit on 26-11-2007 by anhinga]

posted on Nov, 26 2007 @ 09:14 PM
An in-depth look at this dying, superpower attempt at 'world order' seems like it's going to happen whether we like it or not.

Talk about NAFTA, the '08 U.S. prez candidates, and all-things NAU conspiracy-minded:

As a social anxiety, the NAU's roots run deep. Global government and elites who secretly sell out their own citizenry have long been staples of conspiracy theories, thanks in part to the Book of Revelation's warning that world government will be an early indicator of the Apocalypse. Over the centuries, the world's puppeteers have been thought to be, in turn, the Bavarian Illuminati, the Freemasons, the pope, the Jews, international bankers, the League of Nations, the United Nations, the Rockefellers, and the Communist International.
(visit the link for the full news article)

posted on Nov, 26 2007 @ 09:31 PM
You left out this part:

If you haven't heard about the NAU, that may be because its plotters have succeeded in keeping it secret. Or, more likely, because there is no such thing. Government officials say a continental union is out of the question, and economists and political analysts overwhelmingly agree that there will not be a North American Union in our lifetimes.

And here is another:

So how real is the NAU? In the literal sense, not very. Its underpinnings turn out to be a hodgepodge of mostly unconnected facts and suppositions.

See, I can pick and choose what to put up what I want as well. Until the entire article is read, then we see the entire picture. This just isn't going to happen now or anytime soon for that matter. 75 to 100 years? Maybe, but even then I doubt it.

And the article also tells me about the fake Ameros that they made and that had everyone freaking out about a while ago. Nice, let's raise awareness to a non-issue. Good article though.

posted on Nov, 26 2007 @ 09:44 PM
Very good article for someone like me that has not been paying attention to this particular conspiracy because I mainly think is nonsense, not that I want to rattle any cages though.

The article makes an interesting in explaining how this conspiracy is being used by people that want to cause panic and fear that borderline in racism and that's what I have been seeing for a while when it relates to this NAU stuff.

posted on Nov, 26 2007 @ 09:50 PM
There's so many stories about the NAU that I don't know what to believe either way. Some say it's not a hoax and is true, some say it's a hoax and will never happen. I try to be open minded and not believe everything that I read or see on video's. So the only way for me to believe in it now is to wait and see. I wish I could contribute more on this post but for now, both stories are just stories. I did find this on the Amero but it's not real currency yet. The Amero Currency

Alot of stuff on this website about NAU links etc.. But like I said, just because it's there and can be read doesn't mean it's true.

posted on Nov, 26 2007 @ 10:04 PM

Originally posted by bobafett1972
You left out this part:

See, I can pick and choose what to put up what I want as well.

Har, Har, Har. I can pick and choose too. I'll pick the Library of Congress, House Resolution 40, Jan 22nd 2007. I could pick some others, but I'm too lazy!!

H. Con. 40

Whereas the economic and physical security of the United States is impaired by the potential loss of control of its borders attendant to the full operation of NAFTA and the SPP;


Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That--
(1) the United States should not engage in the construction of a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Superhighway System;

(2) the United States should not allow the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) to implement further regulations that would create a North American Union with Mexico and Canada; and

(3) the President of the United States should indicate strong opposition to these acts or any other proposals that threaten the sovereignty of the United States.

Replaced quote with 'ex' tags for external material

[edit on 27/11/07 by masqua]

posted on Nov, 26 2007 @ 10:15 PM
reply to post by benign.psychosis

Yeah okay. But I read the enitre document. What is yourt point at a remark that wasn't even directed at you.

As for what you posted. If you read the entire thing in your link, it says the same. It is against such a thing as the imaginary NAU. Or did I read it all entirely wrong? Those parts that said against and all.

Yaarp, sorry for expressing my free will. I'll never do it again.

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 08:24 AM
...please, let's try to stay polite and constructive here... I take the 'article' as either way -- like what was posted so far, there could be nothing to do w/ this and they're writing a 'conspiracy' article like the headline, or *they* could be prepping a general populace for something modeled on the EU and a 'mainstream' article is serving that purpose.

Should the geo-economic scene continue on this path? I don't doubt this 'conspiracy' coming to life -- look how easy the EU formed.

[edit on 27-11-2007 by anhinga]

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 10:24 AM
reply to post by bobafett1972

Hi Bobafett: I think benign was trying to say that it must be true because Congress voted it down. Benign, let me know if I got that wrong.
It sounds like this 40 resolution was passed - can you confirm?

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 11:51 AM

If I came off as rude, I apologize. I realize the remark was not directed at me, but this is a discussion, and it is open - is it not? I posted that because I interpreted that you thought it was a completely out-of-the-question concept that was started by conspiracy theorists or something!
Yes, it says they are against the NAU - the mere fact that they mention the NAU being the point. I appreciate that you posted that angle on interpretation, as it leads to progress the discussion further! We need to see all sides, correct?

forestlady: It doesn't mean that it is entirely real, but I posted that to show that the concept is there, and known about by congress - that some people must be worried about the potential for such a framework to arise. I think it would be foolish to believe something is real *just because* it has been introduced into government discussion, or even voted against by congress - although voting against a protection measure is somewhat fishy, to say the least.

As far as I know, at least three states have passed it, but is non-binding. There are many other resolutions that have been put forth to stop NAFTA/NAU/SPP, but they seem to be on the backburner where they aren't getting voted on as much as some would like.

I'd say either it is real, or we have senators and congressmen who are members of ATS! It's not out of the question that these government servents are acting on behalf of worried citizens and not of their own beliefs. If so, it is great that our representatives put their name on the line for our twisted conspiratal beliefs!

Personally, I think that "they" are planning an economic merger and may unite the countries with a new form of currency as all three come to a near equalibrium. The Canadian dollar is on par with the US dollar now, and the worth of the mexican peso is going up. Borders have been opened up for mass shipping and unofficial immigration (!), billions in aid have been given to Mexico, supposedly to cut down on drug crime - but we know better. The peso is relatively high now, 10 peso to the dollar. It might still be a long shot right now, but the economic policies with Mexico may not be coincidence. This is a rather simplistic summary, of course, but I'm merely posting on a message board!

I'm just saying that no matter how many times someone says, "It's never going to happen," or, "America rocks, it's not in the constitution," doesn't mean anything in the end. Saying things like that is nothing more than trying to reconcile your personal conditioned belief system with a reality that may or may not be happening - and if it's not happening, what is the point of reconcilliation? Ego? self-centeredness? Sure, we are all going to die, but lets try to be a little more objective and use our observational skills while we still have to chanch to play the life game.

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 06:41 PM
Before anything like this can happen a Treaty with complete details would have to be Ratified. It is not going to sneak up on us. It will be out in the open or it can not happen. For now this is all a Myth propagated by the opponents of NAFTA. I'm not in favor of NAFTA but I also am aware this supposed removal of our Sovereignty is nonsense based on nothing. Probably it was started by some NAFTA opponent as a bald faced lie and propogated itself on the Internet or in various Government Hate Groups like many other Myths I've read.

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 06:47 PM
I learned about this first about 4 months ago when reading an atricle about the NAFTA superhighway. How once the borders are erased and North America is its own entity, that the currency will be called the Amero. Compared to how currency is going currently, I am interested to see how that will come about. Not only will there be the Amero, since the USA will technically diminish, the bill of rights and constitution will be obsolete. Something scary to think about when I hear people blab about free speech.

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 09:34 PM

I don't doubt this 'conspiracy' coming to life -- look how easy the EU formed.

Easy!? From the coal and steel union of Rome over the trading blocks of the 6 and the 7 to present day more than half a century have passed. And still the EU got no constitution, no legislative assambly, no army, no president, no common currency (the EURO is joined by less than half the members).

Easy! no way. But the only way for Europe to avoid devastation through wars that have riddled the continent since Charlemange.

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 09:54 PM
ah but vicente fox one of the leaders that was present at the suspect NAU meeting said they were working on a "super nafta" on a CNN interview. but its open to speculation till its a reality.

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