Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff is a busy guy these days securing our border with Mexico—at least that’s what the “mainstream media” wants Americans to think.
During President Bush’s tour of Yuma, Arizona on April 9, we were shown pictures of Bush and Chertoff posing in front of a Predator B unmanned aerial vehicle, implying that the Predator is being used along the border to catch illegal aliens.
Other pictures showed Bush pointing to fencing that has been erected at the border since he visited the same spot one year ago.
“This border is more secure, and America is safer as a result,” the president told several hundred border agents, National Guard personal, and local law enforcement officials during his visit to Yuma. “I appreciate the hard work of Secretary Michael Chertoff.”
(Read about Bush’s April 9 tour of Yuma in, “The One Hundred Year Fence,” by Glenn Spencer, one of the people featured in my book, Fighting Immigration Anarchy: American Patriots Battle to Save the Nation. Apparently, a mere 2 1/2 miles of double-layered fencing has been constructed along the border with Mexico since Congress approved and Bush signed into law “The Secure Fence Act of 2006″ just before the November election.”
On February 8, in a story titled Immigration drive kicks into high gear by Nicole Gaouette, the Los Angeles Times reported that Chertoff took “members of Congress on a helicopter tour of the southern U.S. border to promote the administration’s stepped-up enforcement measures.” Accompanying the story was a photo of Chertoff welding a chunk of fence along the Arizona-Mexico border.
These staged photos and appearances are part of a massive propaganda campaign to convince the American people that the border is, or soon will be, under control—so it is time to pass a “comprehensive immigration reform” bill, which is code for a massive new “guest-worker” program and an illegal-alien amnesty.
This is why we are increasingly hearing about federal authorities arresting “illegal immigrants” in various cities across the U.S. Of course, arresting a few dozen illegal aliens once a week is barely a drop in the bucket when there are more than 20 million in the U.S. and thousands flooding across the southern border every day.
The arrests are not meant to fix the crisis, but just to give the impression that the government is cracking down.
In a March 29 story titled “Immigrant plan quietly in the works,” the Los Angeles Times’ Gaouette reported that Chertoff and Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez have been meeting several times a week behind closed doors on Capitol Hill with “influential” Republican senators and aides to advance “immigration reform.”
“We are working very hard on this,” Gutierrez was quoted as saying.
What the L.A. Times and other elitist controlled major media outlets do not report is that also behind closed doors, and without legally required congressional oversight, Chertoff and Gutierrez, along with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, have been working together for two years on the economic and political merger of the United States with Mexico and Canada. This is why Bush, Chertoff, Gutierrez, and others are pushing so hard for “comprehensive immigration reform.”
The three conspiratorial Cabinet secretaries are coordinating the gradual integration of the three countries into a borderless North American Union patterned after the European Union.
(Here are some interesting facts about these three Cabinet secretaries: Global corporate elitist Gutierrez was earning $7.4 million in 2004 as CEO of Kellogg before becoming Commerce Secretary in early 2005. Rice, before becoming Bush’s National Security Advisor in early 2001, sat on the boards of several multinational corporations, including Chevron, which named an oil tanker after her. Rice was sworn in as Secretary of State in early 2005. Chertoff is co-author of the misnamed Patriot Act, signed into law just six weeks after 9/11. Chertoff was Assistant Attorney General before becoming the second Homeland Security Secretary, also in early 2005. Again, all three were named to their Cabinet posts in early 2005. You will see the relevance of this when you read my bullet points. It also should be noted that when President Bill Clinton fired all U.S. attorneys in 1993, the only one not canned was Chertoff, who was U.S. attorney in New Jersey. I want to know why.)
Other traitors are involved in this overthrow of the U.S. government and Constitution, but Chertoff, Gutierrez, and Rice appear to be coordinating the merger for the Bush administration, according to my analysis of government reports and meetings.
This also explains why Chertoff has said he won’t build the more than 700 miles of double-layered fencing on our southern border.
The promoters of a EU-style North American Union began during the George H.W. Bush administration, with the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), which is a developing economic and political union of the U.S., Mexico, and Canada. Congress approved the 1,700-page pact into law in 1993 and President Clinton immediately signed it in 1994.
George H.W. Bush, a long-time internationalist and former CIA chief who stated his goal for a “new world order” when he was president from 1988-1992, was vice president when President Reagan signed the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) in 1986, which rewarded about three million illegal aliens, mostly from Mexico, with amnesty and a path to U.S. citizenship. I wonder how much influence Bush had on Reagan’s decision.
So-called “free trade” agreements such as NAFTA benefit the rich and hurt the rest of us, both north and south of our borders. The implementation of NAFTA in 1994 coincides with the largest wave of illegal immigration and drugs into the U.S. from Mexico ever, especially under the current Bush administration.
In 2005, “as many as four to 10 million illegal aliens” and tens of millions of pounds of cocaine and marijuana entered the U.S., according to a congressional report titled A Line in the Sand: Confronting the Threat at the Southwest Border. Does this mean there were 11,000 to 27,000 new job openings in America every day in 2005? After all, President Bush tells us these “good-hearted” people are just coming here to do jobs Americans won’t do. To the best of my knowledge, the only “mainstream” media outlet reporting those jaw-dropping numbers was the Houston Chronicle on October 17, 2006, when the report was released. I wrote about the report on October 20.
The congressional report also states that the U.S. Border Patrol apprehended approximately 650 illegal aliens from countries “that could export individuals that could bring harm to our country in the way of terrorism.” Federal law enforcement estimates that only 10 percent to 30 percent of illegals are actually apprehended when they cross the border, according to the report. This means that perhaps thousands of people from countries that could “bring harm” to the U.S. snuck across our southern border in 2005.
In addition, the report says, “Members of Hezbollah have already entered the United States across the Southwest border.”
I’ll bet you didn’t read this in your local paper or hear about it on the evening news. You only hear about Hezbollah in news reports about the Middle East.
Does anyone still believe our government has been fighting a “war on terror” since 9/11?
Does anyone still believe the “mainstream media”?
The “mainstream media” is a cartel run by a handful of super-rich corporate internationalists who don’t care about American borders and sovereignty. They hire radical activists disguised as “journalists” and pay enormous salaries to “news anchors” and national talk show commentators who divert our attention. Lou Dobbs seems to be the lone exception.
Let up play connect the dots by looking at a momentous five-month period in 2005, which I wrote about in my book and discuss at my speaking engagements and on radio talk shows that allow me to speak the truth:
March 25—The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), founded in 1921 to eliminate national identities and boundaries and centralize government power into a single global authority, publishes a report titled Creating a North American Union, which calls for the “legal, orderly, and safe movement of people and products” between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada by the year 2010.
March 10, 2005—CFR member Condoleezza Rice meets with Mexico’s Foreign Secretary Luis Ernesto Derbez in Mexico City, where they discuss “hemispheric integration.”
March 23, 2005—President bush meets with Mexican President Vicente Fox and Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin in Waco, Texas, where they agree to the “Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America” (SPP). Following the meeting, they hold a news conference and talk about broad goals of improving “security” and “prosperity” but provide little detail about the partnership.
May 2005—The CFR publishes a report titled Building a North American Community. It states that Bush, Fox, and Martin “committed their governments” to integrating the three countries and allowing for the free movement of people when they adopted the SPP in Waco and assigned “working groups” to fill in the details. (The SPP is the North American Union. I believe Chertoff, Gutierrez, and Rice were assigned to head the U.S. working groups. Interestingly, the three “diplomats” were appointed to their Cabinet posts in early 2005.) The CFR report calls for the “establishment by 2010 of a North American economic and security community” with a common “outer security perimeter.” (This common security perimeter is part of the latest amnesty scheme, introduced by Reps. Jeff Flake and Luis Gutierrez on March 22, as VDARE.com columnist Juan Mann explained.) The CFR report calls for many radical actions, such as allowing Mexican trucks unlimited access throughout the U.S., which became official on February 23, 2007, with a U.S. Department of Transportation announcement quoting Chertoff and Commerce Secretary Gutierrez.
June 23, 2005—The U.S. Supreme Court rules 5 to 4 that state and local governments could use eminent domain to take private property against the owners’ will for use in private development. (This ruling makes it possible for the government to take millions of acres of land to build the massive “NAFTA Superhighway” system connecting Mexico, the U.S., and Canada, which will speed up the unification of North America. The first plank of the Communist Manifesto is the abolition of private property for conversion to the state for the good of the state. Ironically, most of the 10 planks are already in place in America.)
June 30, 2005—The U.S. Senate approves the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), by a vote of 54-45, with one senator not voting.
July 28, 2005—The U.S. House of Representatives defeats CAFTA by a vote of 180 to 175, with dozens of members undeclared. The House leadership breaks House rules by keeping the voting open. Bush, Vice President and CFR member Dick Cheney, CFR member Rice, and others from the administration make a rare appearance on Capitol Hill to twist Republican arms. Just after midnight, CAFTA passes by a razor-slim margin of 217-215. (Soon after CAFTA was passed, American corporations began outsourcing production to Central America.)
Communist Manifesto author Karl Marx must be smiling. Speaking in 1848 to the Democratic Association of Brussels, Marx said, “In a word, the free trade system hastens the social revolution. It is in this revolutionary sense alone, gentlemen, that I vote in favor of free trade.”
In his Manifesto, Marx wrote, “The Communists are further reproached with desiring to abolish countries and nationalities.” Remember that this is the CFR’s goal, as noted in my first bullet. For decades, CFR members have dominated the administrations of our presidents, whether they call themselves Republicans or Democrats.
Corporate globalism is the new world order—the destruction of the sovereign state and the creation of a tyrannical world socialist government run by the super rich and their business cartels. So-called “free trade” agreements and the massive Third-World invasion are the primary schemes used to erase our borders, sovereignty, middle class, American culture, Constitution, and freedom.
Since that March 23, 2005 meeting in Waco, when Bush agreed to end American sovereignty after 230 years of independence, Chertoff, Carlos Gutierrez, and Rice have met a number of times with their counterparts from Mexico and Canada to discuss the tri-national merger. The last meeting was on February 23, 2007 in Ottawa.
Chertoff, Carlos Gutierrez, Rice, and their counterparts in Mexico and Canada signed the SPP’s 2005 and 2006 “Report to Leaders,” which I take to my speaking engagements. These one-inch-thick reports detail progress made on the merger with regard to transportation, energy, the environment, food and agriculture, health, law enforcement, “facilitating” the movement of people and goods, and other areas of our daily lives. My audiences are stunned.
Fortunately, there are some patriots in Congress and in a number of state legislatures battling to save our nation.
So far, 16 congressmen (15 Republicans and one Democrat) have co-sponsored Virgil Goode’s (R-Va.) House Concurrent Resolution 40, “Expressing the sense of Congress that the United States should not engage in the construction of a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Superhighway system or enter into a North American Union with Mexico and Canada.”
Fourteen state legislatures have introduced resolutions opposing U.S. participation in the SPP and the development of the North American Union.
But thus far, Idaho is the only state that has successfully passed the resolution in both the House and Senate.
Three Republican members of the U.S. House—Goode, Walter Jones of North Carolina, and Gene Taylor of Mississippi—have co-sponsored House Concurrent Resolution 22 calling on Bush to provide notice of withdrawal from NAFTA.
In a March letter to his supporters, Congressman Tom Tancredo (R-Colo.), who has lead the fight on Capitol Hill for border and immigration law enforcement since he went there in 1999, said:
“I am now convinced that the President’s true objective is the absorption of the United States into some sort of borderless ‘North American Union’ with Canada and Mexico.
“That’s why they have done nothing to secure our borders.
“That’s why they seek to grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens.
“That’s why they’re building a massive ‘North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Superhighway,’ which will speed foreign goods and labor from Mexico into the heart of America and up into Canada.
“That’s why, rather than anger their Mexican partners, the Bush administration threw the book at Agents Ramos and Compean.
“And frankly, that’s why I am now so seriously considering a run for the Republican nomination to become President of the United States.
“Our culture, our language, our heritage, our sovereignty, our security, our prosperity and indeed our very survival are all at risk.”
On April 2, Tancredo announced that he is officially running for president.
For the most part, there has been an almost complete media blackout on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada merger. Every American should be mad as hell that our media is so suspiciously silent.
And that includes talk show hosts calling themselves “conservatives,” I mean powerful figures like Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Michael Medved, and Michael Savage. Why does Medved call the North American Union a “conspiracy theory,” which it obviously is not, and ridicule those of us speaking out as “a shameless collection of lunatics and losers; crooks, cranks, demagogues, and opportunists.” Why doesn’t Savage, whose motto is “borders, language, culture,” talk about the SPP/NAU?
Ask them. Tell them what you read in this article.
If America is to be preserved, Americans must get involved, spread the word, and support the local, state, and federal officials fighting for American sovereignty.
Remember, this really happened to the historic nations of Europe—they have been swallowed by the EU leviathan.
Time is running out if we are to make sure the same thing doesn’t happen to America.
Daniel Sheehy received his bachelor’s degree in mass communication from Towson University in Maryland and has worked as a writer for 30 years. Today he is an author, journalist, national speaker, and activist for border and immigration law enforcement. “Fighting Immigration Anarchy: American Patriots Battle to Save the Nation” is his first book. His website is at www.fightingimmigrationanarchy.com.