Video: Jerome Corsi: how the US government is creating Socialist mega-state with Mexico and Canada (2007)

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January 05, 2007 — President Obama abandoned his campaign promise to renegotiate NAFTA and is continuing the SPP working groups. His apparent contempt for American patriotism and admiration for America's enemies gives further cause for alarm. The "godfather" of the NAU, Robert Pastor stated in August 2009 that 2010 will be the year Obama and the Mexican and Canadian leaders proclaim the "grand vision for North America."

Write and call your Senators and Congressmen, urging them to oppose all efforts to continue the SPP, merge the nations, create the Amero or other U.N./non-American currency, stop the NAFTA Superhighway, and secure our borders.

This Conservative Roundtable interview of Jerome Corsi by Howard Phillips reveals how behind closed doors, the US government collaborates with the governments of Mexico and Canada to merge the three nations into one Socialist mega-state: the "North American Union" (NAU), also known as the "Security and Prosperity Partnership" (SPP). Mr. Corsi is ... (read more)
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