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Canada to become 51st state in 2010

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posted on May, 22 2008 @ 12:18 AM
Also, I think the USA is headed for another revolution. They will be too busy fighting one another to worry about Canada.

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 12:43 AM
reply to post by QBSneak000

Look, Canada has already signed treaty agreements to allow Canadian soliders to assist in American emergancies and vise versa...

IE. Canada has a "natural" disaster and American soliders are not just allowed but welcomed to come across our border and "assist".

Hell even like a year or two ago there were agreements made to make it easier for armed american officers to travel while armed in Canada.

NAFTA (Canada US Mexico) is in full swing. Holding camps are completed, its just a matter of time before they are used.

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 12:44 AM
reply to post by primus2012

french fries-gravy-with a handful of shredded par meson cheese on asked for it you got it

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 12:59 AM
reply to post by star in a jar

only in Canada we say i`d hate to tell you but our little governments are playing a little game with your health its called -WHO LIVES AND WHO DIES-you see each province has its own drugs and cures which it offers to us someone from Ontario cant get some of the drugs available in la belle province as mcginty the fool wont allow them here for the treatment of cancer and guess what la belles work better than what we get here.we are already in the stages of being set up for the system .what is $900.00 per year out of my pocket for health care and having to wait on a list for help.i`m off now with my knee its been 2 months just to get in to see a specialist-what ever happened to good old doctors that did the way he slapped us with this health tax then gave himself a 40,000.00 a year raise for screwing us all one more to the clinics here`s a little info you probably don`t know they get paid double what your family doctor does just for you to visit them-it is a us system.but it costs us so much so sayeth the liars in power one last thing why is it that every hospital up here has a C.E.O. running it at $2000,000/00 or better per year each since when did our hospitals become a business.

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 01:36 AM
you Americans are always blaming Canada for problems you youselves create.

well guess what the Canadian unemployment rate is 6% and we have a 12 billion dollar serplus. we would never become a state, I think we are doing just fine. Try Saudi Arabia you have "relations" with them.

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 09:26 AM
I don't think the US will control Canada in a military personnel sort of sense, but if you look at all the plans for the Amero, maybe it will control it from a political point of view. If the Amero does happen then monetary and political power will be centralized, as has happened in the EU, and you can gaurantee that the central power will lie within and be controlled by the US.

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 10:40 AM

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 10:51 AM
not for nothing and not a 51st state- perhaps annexing all the territories
but there is a provision IIRC in the Constitution for allowing the union of the US and Canada with out the need for occupation. I don't know how Canada feels about it but it was written long ago. i think it was the Articles of Confederation in 1777. the movement has been abandoned but it has always been there and itRequires nine states to approve the admission of a new state into the confederacy; pre-approves Canada, if it applies for membership. so IF Canada wants a union

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 11:05 AM
What about the North America Union? usa,mexico,canada all one country. states could be combined to form larger states like in ncaa, sec,pac 10 ect.ect.

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 11:09 AM
We only want to embrace our brothers to the north.
C'mon, let us liberate you....Please?
We promise you ALL of the same freedoms that we enjoy.

Together we will smite those who called you Cannuckistan!

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 11:34 AM
With our dollar going up each day, I figure we'll just buy the states one day soon. Of course, I can't see whywe would do it...except maybe to keep CHINA FROM GETTING IT...

or would I be too late for that!!

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 11:47 AM

Originally posted by primus2012

And please send the recipe for Poutine to all your new countrymen - love that stuff but can't find in the ol USA.

[edit on 21-5-2008 by primus2012]

You can always visit the province of Quebec, it's where the poutine come from:


I guarantee you it will be the best poutine you'll ever eat

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 12:14 PM
Geez, its the wrong time to even think about Canada voluntarily asking to be part of the U.S. - Who would want to join a ship as it sinking?
Well, maybe not sinking, but stuck in a quagmire anyway.
Would the U.S. occupy Canada in a false flag? Who knows, but methinks they have enough on their plate that they can't handle already. What would they do with a bunch more of independent thinkers - and who think in multiple different languages to boot?
I just hope that all of us, Canadians, Americans and Mexicans have what it takes to stop the more insidious "takeover" by the powers that be.
Oh sh**, that's already happened!!

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 12:23 PM
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posted on May, 22 2008 @ 12:41 PM
Canada and the US are already Siamese twins economically and that ain't going to change. As Cornelius Vanderbilt once said, "Canada is a nice little country and we aim to keep it that way."

I think Canada amuses the American oligarchy. We are like the jester in the court of the Star-Spangled King, allowed to cackle the occasional unpalatable truth within the royal earshot. Or at least that's the way it used to be until along came Bilderberger-annointed Stephen Harper.

The real test ahead is for the Canadian people, not the Canadian government. Will the Canadian people stand by for the dilution and erosion of Canadian culture, rights and sovereignty?

My guess is yes they will. They are every bit the lazy couch potatoes that our cousins south of the border are. Bye-bye to the world I grew up in. Bye-bye Canada.

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 12:51 PM
reply to post by fmoriss

That's where I had it. An army pal's parents lived in upstate NY near the border and we went there on a 4-day pass. We went to Montreal at night cuz we were 18 and not of drinking age here in the US. We ate at a little restaurant; friend suggested Poutine. I was hooked. I even oredered some the next day at McDonalds (wasn't as good but still enjoyable)

I also liked the bars in Montreal cuz Happy Hour was until 11pm and drinks were 2 for 1, and that was back in 1991 when it was like 25 Canadian for 20 US dollars exchange.

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 01:03 PM
reply to post by picrat

Hey,im from quebec and you dont use permesan cheese for Poutine,hell no!!!!! Pouah!!No my friend, you have to use ''fromage en grain'' for the real thing, but you dont have that probably....use mozzarella instead,it is a lot better

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 01:14 PM
The US will never occupy Canada like you said. We are the "Good Cop" in the "good cop bad cop" relationship with the US on geopolitical situations.
However we will all be part of the North American Union soon enough...

BTW poutine is easy to make and I've never understood why Americans haven't embraced it.

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 01:16 PM
From what I've read (and it's out there for you to read to) Canada is still part of the Empire, just as Australia is. You may not see it on the front, but taxes are still paid to the British and decisions can't be made without counsel from the Queen. America also has to abide by some of these laws and although the Royal family is touted as being a tourist attraction, for me, there is no better cover. Does this surprise you? america is well known to be founded by Masons and many of the Masons came over from England to the 'New world' looking for ways to capitalize. I mean, to me it make sense, the way of control had to evolve just as we have, must be flexible. At some point, all the colonies were going to rebel and Britain realised they couldn't keep them all under control, unless they were free, or made to appear free. So you have the Canadian government and the American, Australian etc yet they all interact with each other behind closed doors, what we see is merely a facade to placate the masses, each country a seat of counsel and at the head of the table? Maybe the Queen, I try not to go for certainties, nothing is certain.

So as people argue and debate the inevitablility of the 'NWO' or the 'NAU' I wonder not if it will come, but only if it will rear it's head , announced to the world. So, is America trying to take control of Canada or Australia? maybe, but America is really only a pawn in my eyes, a stage in a plan, Britain itself isn't the puppet master, 'countries' (political states, not land mass) don't really exist as we no them, all of them part of a whole.

thanks. EMM

posted on May, 22 2008 @ 01:23 PM
If Canada ever joins the United States, I'm leaving the country, immigrate to Australia or the UK or something. CANUCK GO HOME!

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