posted on Feb, 4 2011 @ 09:24 AM
oh this has come up again. I remember when it was announced months ago that it would begin the paperwork early this year. There is nothing that can be
done about the deal now, however i don't think it is going to be as bad as what it may seem like. I initially looked at it with New World Order
eye's since the NWO is plastered all over ATS, but now I see a different theory.
Even though our boarder patrols will be working with each other instead of 25 feet away from each other in separate buildings, I think it rings true
in what it's saying about faster trade between countries, and what that really means is faster US access to Canadian commodities. This will not be a
step towards joining two countries, or adopting a new North American currency. I believe the whole reasoning behind this is as I said, to get Canadian
imports into the US as efficiently as possible.
If we look at this real honest to god facts we know the US is tanked. It's not coming back on it's over, ever. The only nation that in the world(yes
the ONLY) nation that can help the US stabilize is Canada. However that doesn't mean I think Canada is playing the hero role here, but more or less
taking full advantage of this lucrative situation.
Faster boarder crossing to get Canadian resources into the US, and since the US dollar is deflating that means cheaper imports for Canada from the US
which will also be good the the US economy because it will be giving them a long awaited jump start. Canada is now becoming the card holder the US use
to be, and the US will be taking Canada's old hand. Canada will be shipping out high priced natural resources, and be importing small goods for it's
I don't believe Canadians have anything to worry about though(like ever crumbling like the US), because even though Canada will now be heavily
supporting the US in all resource needs, and importing more from the US economy, I think it's safe to say it's just business. Look at our countries
today. I believe the Canadian government sells out a lot, but they never screw us citizens over.
If the Canadian government was as far up the US gov's ass as we like to preach I think we would be worse off then the US. I also don't believe it is
a step towards amalgamation north America because the Canadian gov has become so power hungry since the recession began, and it began snatching up
economic trade deals from across the globe that once were given to the US. In a way, Canada has stabbed the US in the back by stealing it's economy,
and left the US in a position where it has now become dependent on Canada. The tables have done a complete 180 where the 51st state is now raping the