Jerome Corsi on the North American Union
My comments on this news:
Dr. Jerome Corsi spoke Sunday night on the North American Union [NAU], follow-on to NAFTA, in an address carried on C-SPAN. Forty minutes hardly allowed time to draw together the many threads pushing the United States toward globalism to the detriment of national sovereignty.
Corsi's primary focus is the secret planning for NAU by the executive branches of the US, Canada, and Mexico. A recent manifestation of NAU and NAFTA was the announcement that 100 Mexican trucking companies would have unlimited access to US highways, as ordered by the NAFTA Transportation Tribunal. Did you know that a NAFTA Transportation Tribunal exists and, in theory, stands above US and State laws and probably, in the eyes of some Justices, the Constitution?
Some of those promoting the NAU are household names. For example, the law firm of presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani is the sole US legal representative of the Spanish conglomerate that is projected to own and operate the trans-Texas 12-lane truck and train corridor paralleling the present I-35.
Less known is Robert Pastor, the brain who engineered President Jimmy Carter's virtual giveaway of the Panama Canal to Hong Kong's Huchinson-Whampoa. Pastor is the Council of Foreign Relations-connected architect of the NAU.
Jerome Corsi classified the Republican presidential candidates who are pushing or opposing.the NAU. Favoring the NAU are Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani. Opposing NAFTA and the NAU are Ron Paul, Tom Tancredo, and Duncan Hunter. Mitt Romney was not mentioned.
Ron Paul states that, as President, he would undo all legal arrangements that threaten US sovereignty. Hunter has sponsored legislation to prevent any federal funds from being used for the trans-Texas NAU corridor.
The good news is that the NAFTA is a law and not a treaty. Congress and a President can stop the NAU and can undo NAFTA. Why don't they?