There is a plan in place that calls for the systematic dissolving of North American National Borders. This plan, called "NAFTA Plus" would make
Canada, America, and Mexico a "common zone" that shared a vision for continent-wide, customs-free zone with a common approach to trade, energy,
immigration, law enforcement and security
A tri-national task force, chaired by former Liberal Party deputy prime minister John Manley, with the full backing of all three governments, is
plotting the roadmap for this new, bolder alliance meant to compete with the European Union. William Weld, former governor of Massachusetts and Pedro
Aspe, former Mexican finance minister, join Manley on the panel that reports directly to the Council on Foreign Relations.
The mission has the formal blessing of Tom Ridge, U.S. Homeland Security secretary, who is close with President Bush.
The committee is scheduled to issue its report next spring.
The elimination of borders along the lines of the EU experiment seems to be high on the agenda of the panel.
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So where will this lead us? An eventual "Super Nation"? Or will we see the rest of the world forming similar "power blocks" that will help to stem
the tide of each other.
Just last week Putin was hoping to bring Russia, Brazil, India, and China together for a very similar cause. Is this a vast segregation of ideologies?
Or part of a global infrastructure being put in place?
I'm unsure as of now, but it's interesting just the same.
Here's another take on this from Counterpunch
In his first public appearance after six weeks of convalescence, Mexico's President Vicente Fox grandiosely announced that the current phase of
NAFTA is over, and that Mexico, the U.S., and Canada will embark in June on negotiations toward a "new phase of NAFTA." What's been dubbed as the
"NAFTA Plus" would include, according to Fox, "more development, more trade, and more integration."
[edit on 11-16-2004 by Zion Mainframe]