Monday, August 20, 2007

North American Union and NAFTA

President Bush to Attend North American Leaders' Summit in Canada

President Bush will travel to Montebello, Quebec, Canada to meet with Prime Minister Stephen Harper of Canada and President Felipe Calderon of Mexico at the North American Leaders' Summit on August 20-21, 2007. The leaders will review progress and continued cooperation under the Security and Prosperity Partnership, as well as discuss hemispheric and global issues.

Keep that in mind as you watch this..

Stan Jones on the NAU and the NAFTA Superhighway

I first heard about this on the movie Zeitgeist. A post with my commentary and notes on this movie to come very soon...

1 comment:

Giancarlo said...

you know what the point of that is... to use mexico as a source of cheap labor and to bypass environmental and social welfare laws... which is what is starting to be done now... companies using mexican workers across the border and shipping the products back here... or ports... the US ports are union-controlled, so what's starting to be done now is that companies and the us govt are starting to ship goods to mexican ports and then use that superhighway to transport it between the us and canada... so that means, cheaper shit for the US and canada, increased military and political stability for all three, and giant inflation in mexico, and millions more impoverished mexicans.. because if there's a unified currency, things are going to be 10 times more expensive in mexico than they are now, and it also means the rich get richer in mexico because of trade tarrifs and the poor get poorer or the stay the same because of inflation and cheap labor.