Insider reveals secrets of North America plot

No ‘conspiracy theory,’ scheme hatched by CFR was sold to Bush, now Obama

Posted: October 23, 2009
By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2009 WorldNetDaily

NEW YORK – The integration of the United States with Canada and Mexico, long deemed by many as little more than a fanciful “conspiracy theory,” was actually an idea promoted by the Council on Foreign Relations and sold to President Bush as a means of increasing commerce and business interests throughout North America, according to a top Canadian businessman.

Thomas d’Aquino, CEO and president of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives – the Canadian counterpart to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce – confirmed in an interview recently published in Canada the accuracy of what WND first reported over three years ago: namely, that the Council on Foreign Relations was the prime mover in establishing the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, or SPP.

Published by the Metropolitan Corporate Counsel Oct. 4, the d’Aquino interview verifies that the creation of the SPP was not a “conspiracy theory” but a well thought-out North American integration plan launched by his organization, the Canadian Council of Chief Executives, along with the Council on Foreign Relations in the United States.

According to d’Aquino, President Obama wants to continue North American integration under the renamed North American Leaders Summit, provided the North American Competitiveness Council can be recast to include more environmentalists and union leaders.

In 2003, d’Aquino brought the idea to Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations.

“I helped convince Richard Haass at the Council on Foreign Relations that we should put together a trilateral task force to look at the future of North America,” d’Aquino said. “We recruited John Manley on Canada’s side, along with William Weld, former governor of Massachusetts, and Pedro Aspe, the former Mexican economy minister, who had been so influential in promoting NAFTA.”

The CFR Task Force on the Future of North America issued an executive summary, titled “Creating a North American Community,” that was issued March 14, 2005, just days before the March 23, 2005, trilateral summit at Waco, Texas, in which President George W. Bush, then Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin and then-Mexican President Vicente Fox declared the Security and Prosperity Partnership on their own authority, without any approval from the U.S. Congress.

The final task force report, titled “Building a North American Community,” was issued in March 2005, immediately following the Waco summit. (Read highlights of the controversial 59-page CFR report at:
http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=37000

The final CFR report included on page xvii a concise statement of purpose: “The Task Force’s central recommendation is establishment by 2010 of a North American economic and security community, the boundaries of which would be defined by a common external tariff and an outer security perimeter.”

D’Aquino also confirmed, as WND had previously reported, that the North American Competitiveness Council was hand-picked by the Chambers of Commerce in the three countries, without any legislative approval from any of the three nations.

“At their next summit meeting, in 2006, the three leaders invited leading members of the CEO communities in the three countries to provide private-sector input on issues related to competitiveness,” he continued. “From that idea, the North American Competitiveness Council (NACC) was born, to be composed of 10 frontline CEOs from each of Canada, the United States and Mexico.” That plan was implemented.

Complete article at:
http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=113913

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2 Responses to “Insider reveals secrets of North America plot”

  1. CountDown Says:

    I don’t know why there needs to be such secrecy and illegal actions about/by these conventions. If it was a good idea, wouldn’t they want it to get out there? Sometimes, good ideas are grabbed up by bad players, like the CFR.

    Linking up Canada and Mexico with the US and then securing the NA borders and also reestablishing NA values (capitalism, Christianity, human rights, etc.) may not be such a bad idea down the road when the Islamic Revolution begins exterior to and within our own borders. The biggest threat to freedom is that evil movement, which actually began during the Carter years. Thanks to Carter, Clinton and now Obama, the Muslim terrorists have been furthered emboldened. The new international borders will be developed along religious principles, not political (as are currently evolving mideastern, African and eastern European redelinations). Western Europe will likely be redelineated along religious lines soon enough – watch how their future election cycles are hijacked by Muslims.

    So long as the US is the leading entity and does not usurp our sovereignty, it may be the best way to proceed (it would be the US way of undertaking a peaceful annexing of both border countries). I’d grab the Caribbean and parts of Central America, as well. Might as well go for it, it may be the only chance we have to delay/derail the coming Armageddon!

  2. Wanderant Says:

    Retired NYPD Det. Bo Dietel referenced this issue on IMUS this morning. He was trying to get his story out and where he was reading about this initiative (which I suspect may have been this BLOG), but IMUS in his infinite stupidity (wrong place to be funny) cut him off.

    I suspect that Dietel will try to raise this item, again. Hope so, IMUS has a huge audience.

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