Many Americans who have organized against Security and Prosperity Partnership North American Union agenda (SPP-NAU) are probably wondering why they have not been finding a lot of organized opposition in Canada.
Many Americans who are passionate about defending their country's independence may interpret that as an indication that those Canadians north of the border mostly support the SPP-NAU. Many Americans might also be wondering as a result of not been able to find a variety of corresponding anti-NAU organizations in Canada that they can network with whether Canadians have less national pride that Americans.
Indeed, if there were such a network of corresponding grassroots organizations, both Americans and Canadians grassroots organizations could network as cross-boundary allies, to preserve respectfully, both their great countries.
Undoubtedly, there are probably many American anti-NAU activists who have done many 'Google' searches for Canadian organizations, and probably found the Canadian Action Party (CAP) and Vive le Canada to be among the few anti-NAU organizations in Canada. We won't bother refer to the Council of Canadians so-called anti-NAU position, which appears to be as politically hypocritical as that of Jack Layton, the leader of the Canada's NDP (New Democratic Party). Meanwhile, if you check out the NDP's website, you will find out that they have a token statement against the SPP, while confederates like the NDP Premier Gary Doer of Manitoba, support the SPP's so-called NAFTA Superhighway.
American anti-NAU activists need to appreciate much more about Canadian culture, in order to appreciate the why there is not a well organized network of ant-NAU organizations. The reason for this difference has critically to do to with the difference in attitudes the Americans have had to government relative to Canadians.
Americans have developed an attitude from the Revolutionary foundations of its culture, that is inherently suspicious of government in general, and politicians specifically. So, when an American hears about some plot that is being executed by political conspirators in government, it is relatively easier for Americans to readily accept that such communicated information tells of the possible that may well be probable.
As a result, many more American do not need to hear a conspiracy officially legitimated by CNN or the New York Times to believe it.
Out of their political instincts, Americans are also used to fending for themselves, and are used to spontaneously spreading massive petitions by large grassroots organizations who seek to always keep a check on government and politicians that they don't trust.
Rest assured that if "rumours" are officially confirmed in "official elite" sources, Canadians would be far more fired up against the NAU, than Americans. Canadians have a high sense of latent nationalism. However, completely the opposite of Americans, Canadians view government as only sometimes acting irresponsibly. As a result, they instinctively trust in government and their political leadership, no matter who they are. This is because Canada was not founded from a Revolution like the United States. Canada was created through a compact of elites who had pledged to defend Canada from assimilation into the United States. This passionate pro-Canadian/nationalist inspired attitude had continued until the retirement of former Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau.
Today, when a typical Canadian hears about the NAU, they scoff at the idea as then unthinkable. Then their next response is likely to be something like, "Then why have I hot heard about in on CBC Radio, or from a Member of Parliament, a political opposition leader, and why have I not read about it in the Toronto Star, the Globe and Mail or Le Devoir? Canadians have not adjusted to the fact that the elites who pledged to defend Canada, have been replaced by a bunch of corporate crypto-right wing traitors.
Traitors among Us is a book for further reading on this subject.
The NAU agents in Canada are aware of the amount of trust that Canadians have in receiving their information from government, and in being also guided by "official sources", and have exploited that trust. The apparent traitors which include the leaders of so-called progressive groups, from the NDP and labour unions, know, that Canadians will only be guided by what they say, like shepherds to sheep.
If the leader of the NDP, a labour union, or of a newspaper like the Toronto Star and the Globe and Mail published what American anti-NAU organizations already know about the NAU, rest assured, Canadians would be instantaneously demonstrating against the NAU. The current Stephen Harper government would then likely have to resign in weeks. Americans, all the way in Miami, Florida, would be able to hear the outrage. However, the leader the NDP, labour unions, and other similar organizations, have been apparently been bought out by Big Business interests.
Americans, who seek to save their country from the NAU will vitally need to obtain the cross-boundary support from Canadians. Grassroots anti-NAU American organizations seeking vitally needed Canadian allies would need to be able to penetrate a wall of silence, that a new generation of mis-information dispensing and information hiding traitorous elites have tried to use. A new generation of traitorous elites who also support the North American Free Trade (NAFTA), have sought to exploit the faith that Canadians have entrusted in government. If grassroots ant-NAU organizations can help break a wall of silence only, American anti-NAU organizations can expect to find very strong allies indeed, in Canada.
The Coalition Against the North American Union made a first step when they travelled to Ottawa, Canada, to present a very detailed Press Conference late August 2007, in response the SPP-NAU Summit that was held in Montebello, Quebec. Pro SPP-NAU interests in the U.S. have sought to travel to Canada, in order to gain support among Canadian elites. How will American anti-NAU grassroots organizers respond to its critical need for Canadian allies in order to mutually defend two great nations?
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