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Canadians Oppose the SPP / North American Union / "Deep Integration"

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Uploaded on Nov 6, 2007

Connie Fogal, the Leader of the Canadian Action Party explains the threats to Canadian sovereignty, culture, and economic future by the North American Union (NAU), also known as the Security and Prosperity Partnership or 'Deep Integration'. This interview was conducted in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; in August, 2007; during the SPP summit with Presidents Bush and Calderon (Mexico) and Prime Minister Harper (Canada) in Montebello, Quebec. CAP info: http://www.canadianactionparty.ca

NAU/SPP is the scheme being implemented by the leaders of Canada, the United States and Mexico to merge the three nations into one European-style Socialist entity, with no borders, an "Amero" replacing the dollar and peso, and 'harmonizing' all laws to the most Socialist possible level. Following the EU plan, a 'North American Parliament,' presidency and constitution would render subordinate all national constitutions, laws and rights.

YOUR rights and freedom are endangered under this scheme, and whether you are Canadian, American or Mexican, we urge you to preserve your independence by insisting this scheme be abandoned now.

This is an edition of Conservative Roundtable, the nationally broadcast conservative television program hosted by Howard Phillips, and produced by The Conservative Caucus. Art Harman is the creator, producer and showrunner.

Please visit our websites:
http://www.conservativeusa.org
http://www.NAUWarRoom.org
http://www.howardphillips.com

Created under the Bush administration, the Obama administration and big business leaders are further negotiating the SPP/NAU merger; with a Grand Vision for North America expected at the 2010 summit in Canada.

The annual closed-door SPP Summits were also held in New Orleans in 2008 and Guadalajara in 2009 with the US President, Felipe Calderón & Stephen Harper. Government and big business leaders will further negotiate the SPP/NAU merger.

Please call Talk Shows, Write Letters to the Editor, and post to blogs protesting this scheme. Email this to your friends!

Connie Fogal, le leader du Parti Action Canadienne explique les menaces à la souveraineté canadienne, la culture, et l'avenir économique de l'Union Nord-Américaine (UNA), aussi connue comme la sécurité et la prospérité ou «intégration en profondeur». Cette interview a été menée à Ottawa, en Ontario, au Canada, en août 2007, lors du sommet du PSP avec les présidents Bush et Calderon (Mexique) et le Premier ministre Harper (Canada), à Montebello, au Québec. Info PAC: http://www.canadianactionparty.ca

NAU / SPP est le régime qui sera mis en œuvre par les dirigeants du Canada, des États-Unis et le Mexique à fusionner les trois nations en une seule entité de style européen socialiste, sans frontières, un «Amero» remplaçant le dollar et le peso, et «l'harmonisation» toutes les lois au niveau le plus socialiste. Suite au plan de l'UE, un «Parlement de l'Amérique du Nord,« la présidence et la constitution rendrait tous subordonnés constitutions, lois et droits.

Vos droits et la liberté sont menacées par ce régime, et si vous êtes canadien, américain ou mexicain, nous vous demandons de garder votre indépendance en insistant pour ce régime doivent être abandonnées dès maintenant.

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