"North American Parliament" Meets At Integration
Students trained in "sense of belonging to North
A simulation of a North American Parliament, designed to "develop
the participants' sense of belonging to North America" and
"and promote the creation of North American academia networks"
is currently taking place in Montreal.
100 selected students from universities in the U.S.,
Canada and Mexico have been selected to take on the roles of Legislators,
Journalists and Lobbyists, in the fourth annual Triumvirate
of the North American Forum on Integration.
The meeting represents another example of an overarching
movement on behalf of globalist business leaders and politicians
to merge the three nations of North America into an EU like federation.
Participants at the Triumvirate discuss draft bills
on issues such as trade corridors, immigration, NAFTA’s
Chapter 11 and renewable energy.
While the meeting is billed as an exercise to debate
these areas of policy, there is no simulated opposition to the
overall agenda and the documents
provided to participants represent little more than
opponents of NAFTA, attacking
traders who do not adhere to a North American union model,
presenting methods of control such as the Western Hemisphere Travel
Initiative which considers
biometric RFID cards for border crossings, and promoting
the agenda of NAFI itself which it makes clear is to forge North
The Triumvirate also has its own Constitution
handbook which calls for the creation of a "Trilateral
Legislative Commission" and even outlines the need for more
"secret meetings" (pg20-21) in the vain of the controversial
and Prosperity Partnership.
"Legislators" are set the task of "representing
a country other than their own" in a parliament at the federal
level or at the state/provincial level. While "lobbyists"
must ensure that the interests of their organization (assigned
to them by NAFI) are upheld in drafted resolutions.
The Triumvirate even has its own mock newspaper,
operated by the students playing the roles of journalists. According
to NAFI, the TrilatHerald,
"covers the developments and evolution of the debates, the
press conferences, and interviews with conference speakers, legislators
This highlights the importance the architects of
the North American union agenda place upon the role of the media.
Public perception is key, reporting on the movement must be strictly
framed to project a positive image and this is why the role of
journalists is placed on a par with that of legislators and lobbyists
by the organizers.
The main objectives of the Triumvirate are listed as:
- To bring future Canadian, American and Mexican leaders together
in order to experience and take part in an international negotiation
- To allow participants to familiarize themselves with the functioning
of democratic institutions as well as North American political,
economic, environmental and social realities.
- To develop the participants' sense of belonging to North America.
- To increase intercultural exchanges and promote the creation
of North American academia networks.
- To inform the current decision makers of the priorities and
concerns of North American youth.
Speakers at the meeting this year include Former
Premier of Québec, Pierre Marc Johnson, Leader of the Bloc
Québécois Gilles Duceppe, Dr. Ruby Dhalla Member
of Parliament (Liberal Party) Member of the Canada-United States
Interparliamentary Group, and Jack Layton, Leader of the New Democratic
The universities taking part this year include The
State University of New York, Brigham Young University, University
of Texas at Dallas, Universidad de Monterrey, Universidad Iberoamericana,
Ciudad de México, University of Alberta, Arizona State
University, Centre d'Études et de Recherche Internationales
de l'Université de Montréal (CÉRIUM), University
of Texas at El Paso and the University of Cincinnati.
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According to their website, NAFI “aims to
address the issues raised by North American integration as well
as identify new ideas and strategies to reinforce the North American
region,” and hold “NAFI organized conferences which
brought together government and academic figures as well as business
The first conference was held in Montreal in 2003,
the second in 2004 in Mexico, of which was stated on the organization’s
website: “About 200 participants and conference speakers
took part in the conference, [including] former Energy Minister,
Mr. Felipe Calderon,” the current President of Mexico.
The NAFI Triumvirate exercise first began in May
2005, shortly after the initial Security and Prosperity Partnership
agreement was signed by President Bush, then-Mexican President
Vicente Fox and then-Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin in Waco,
Texas, on March 23.
The first Triumvirate took place in the Canadian
Senate and was hosted by the Triumvirate president and former
ambassador to both Mexico and the U.S Raymond Chrétien,
the son of Jean Chrétien.
At the time NAFI authored a press release entitled
North American Parliament is Born”.
"The creation of a North American parliament,
such as the one being simulated by these young people, should
be considered," commented Chretien.
The board of directors of NAFI includes Stephen
Blank, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and Robert
Pastor, vice chairman of the CFR Task Force on North America and
professor and director of the Center for North American Studies
at American University.
Pastor has previously testified before the Senate
Committee on Foreign Relations on the idea of merging the United
States, Mexico and Canada in a North American union stretching
from Prudhoe Bay to Guatemala.
Pastor, one of the architects of the plan for a
regional government, has also authored
a book titled "Toward a North American Community," and
speaks at confabs in front of governmental officials,
promoting the adoption of the amero as a common monetary currency
to replace the dollar and the peso.
In his role at the CFR, Pastor oversaw the publication
of the 2005 CFR document called "Building
a North American Community" which bragged that
its recommendations are "explicitly linked" to SPP.
The document called for establishing a "common perimeter"
around North America by 2010, the development of a biometric North
American border pass, and the adoption of a North American tariff."
CFR documents have revealed that the group wants
to "establish private bodies that would meet regularly or
annually to buttress North American relationships, along the lines
of the Bilderberg conferences." (Bilderberg are the power
brokers behind the formation of the EU and the single European
The document presents itself as a blueprint for using bureaucratic
action within the executive branches of Mexico, the U.S. and Canada
to transform the current trilateral Security and Prosperity Partnership
of North America into a North American union regional government.
We have previously highlighted the role NAFI has played in identifying
four bands of NAFTA corridors (Pacific, West, East
and Atlantic), all relying primarily upon internationalizing north-south
existing interstate highways into NAFTA trade corridors.
The NAFI website states the following:
"Following the implementation of NAFTA, coalitions of interest
have been formed in order to promote specific transport channels,
to develop the infrastructures of these channels and to propose
jurisdictional amendments to facilitate the crossing of borders.
These coalitions include businesses, government agencies, civil
organizations, metropolitan areas, rural communities and also
individuals, wishing to strengthen the commercial hubs of their
"The North American trade corridors are bi- or tri-national
channels for which various cross-border interests have grouped
together in order to develop or consolidate the infrastructures.
The North American corridors are considered multimodal in the
sense that they bring into play different modes of transport in
"The infrastructures may include roads, highways, transit
routes, airports, pipelines, railways and train stations, river
canal systems and port facilities, telecommunications networks
The architects of this unification are not just in name merging
the agencies and the laws and the regulations, they are physically
getting rid of the borders by buying off and lobbying the politicians
at the state level, who then hand the roads and other public amenities
over to international
bodies and their subsidiary
This is all being made possible by "public-private partnerships"
under the stewardship of the SPP. These agreements are essentially
monopolies that operate without Congressional oversight.
PPP's are contracts between public agencies and private entities
that enable private sector participation in public amenities.
Most recently, a Spanish toll road operator won
the right to operate the Pennsylvania Turnpike on
a 75-year lease in a $12.8 billion proposal, the largest ever
bid for the private operation of a U.S. toll road.
The North American Integration agenda represents a final culling
of what remaining power the people have, via democratic sovereign
institutions. The SPP operates in stealth as an organized
infrastructure outside the governmental framework
of the three countries it encompasses, and is literally re-writing
administrative law to "integrate" and "harmonize"
the processes of government across the borders.
It constitutes the handing over of power to an unelected elite
few, a gaggle of unaccountable bureaucrats whose strings are operated
by global corporations and international banks.
Integration meetings such as the NAFI Triumvirate are simulations
of the exact practices currently being undertaken by the SPP and
it's offshoot organizations. The NAFI Triumvirate is designed
to familiarize "future Canadian, American and Mexican leaders"
with the processes involved in such practices.
The simulated process mirrors the activities of entities such
as the North
American Competitiveness Council (NACC), an advisory
Council Comprised of 30 senior private sector representatives
of North American corporations that were selected by the American,
Canadian and Mexican governments at the June 2006 trilateral meeting
in Cancun, Mexico.
Recently, internal memos from Canada's Foreign Affairs and Internal
Trade ministry revealed that heads of state of the U.S., Mexico
and Canada beseeched business leaders at the NACC to
launch public relations campaigns in order to counter
critics of the SPP and the North American Union agenda.
However, the mainstream media will keep telling you the North
American Union agenda is not real, that its on a par with invading
space aliens and that if you believe in any of it you are totally
Deluded Mass Media, North American Union Agenda Exists
Documents Reveal North American Union PR Campaign
and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP): Security and
prosperity for whom?
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