News Articles on the Security Prosperity Partnership (SPP)
SPP “Busted” - Now Called NASRA. It’s Time to Call a Halt to the SPP!!, by Tom Deweese, Canada Free Press, April 26, 2008
Following the advice in March of the Frazier Institute, a Canadian think tank, the “SPP” will forthwith and hereafter (until another name is required) be known as the “North American Standards and Regulatory Area.” I say, “until another name is required” in full faith that as growing numbers of Americans learn of this treachery at the highest levels of our government, they will resoundingly oppose it.
Majority of Canadians Reject SPP and Deeper Integration, by Diary Entry by Dana Gabriel, OpEdNews.com, April 19, 2008
A poll commissioned by the Council of Canadians reveals that the majority in the country want the Conservative minority government to protect water, energy, and public regulations, and to back off on integration with the United States.
Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP): Security and prosperity for whom?, by Andrew Marshall, Global Research, March 16, 2008
The SPP is about securing prosperity for a rich elite, while taking what remaining power the people have, through democratic sovereign institutions, and placing that power in a few hands of unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats whose strings are pulled by global corporations and banks...
Mussolini has been attributed as once saying, “Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the merger of state and corporate power.”...
Inside the hush-hush North American Union confab - State Department talks open borders, EU links, by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, March 13, 2008
"North America should be a premiere platform to establish continental institutions," a participant said. "That's why we need to move the security perimeters to include the whole continent, especially as we open the borders between North American countries for expanding free trade."
- The Security Prosperity Partnership - A North American deal made in the dark, asserts federal NDPer, by Olivia Komorowski, Gauntlett, University of Calgary, February 7, 2008
Security and Prosperity Partnership and its Gatekeepers: An Explanation, by Derek Skinner, The Canadian, January 8, 2008
Prime Minister Mackenzie King said in 1935 prior to nationalization of the Bank of Canada:
"Once a nation parts with control of its currency and credit, it matters not who makes the nation's laws. Usury, once in control, will wreck any nation. Until the control of the issue of currency and credit is restored to government and recognized as its most sacred responsibility, all talk of the sovereignty of parliament and of democracy is idle and futile"
- Press release: Put the SPP to a vote, say prominent Canadians, by staff, Council of Canadians, October 12, 2007
- Harper, Bush and Calderon Secretly Plot Future of North America, by Myles Higgins, Canada Free Press, August 17, 2007
- Congress tells Bush: Back off SPP agenda - Lawmakers' letter warns 'stealth' effort to 'harmonize' could undermine security, by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, August 17, 2007
Closed SPP Advisory Group Meetings?, by Tom Fitton, Judicial Watch, The Conservative Voice, August 15, 2007
Judicial Watch continues to monitor the activities of the Security and Prosperity Partnership, an "international agreement" between the US, Mexico, and Canada with the expressed goal of "a safer, more prosperous North America." (Some critics, of course, think the partnership could ultimately compromise U.S. national sovereignty.).
Bringing the SPP Out of the Shadows - Protesters mobilize against new trade and security talks, by Tim McSorley, The Dominion, Canada, August 13, 2007
Pesticide limits are barriers to trade that must be eliminated. Integrated, high-tech border and secretive security measures are needed to ensure our safety against terrorists. Closed-door meetings between the leaders of Canada, Mexico and the US are advised only by a panel of 30 top CEOs from each country.
North American Union: The SPP is a "hostile takeover" of democratic government and an end to the Rule of Law, by Connie Fogal, Global Research, Canada, August 2, 2007
Connie Fogal says the SPP is the "hostile takeover" of the apparatus of democratic government and an end to the "rule of law". There has been a kind of coup d'état over the government operations of Canada, U.S.A. and Mexico. -- The first formal step towards the NAU was NAFTA...
- Dangerous pact with Canada, Mexico, by Arnie Alpert, Concord Monitor, July 30, 2007
- Government policy set by businesses? - Judicial Watch seeks documents about decision-making process, by staff, WorldNetDaily.com, July 27, 2007
- Canadians in the Dark About SPP Union with the USA and Mexico, by Kevin Parkinson, WorldNetDaily.com, July 23, 2007
- NAFTA could feel like a day at the beach, by Sara Falconer, Hour.ca, Canada, July 19, 2007
Judicial Watch Report on the Security Prosperity Partnership, by Tom Fitton, The American Daily, June 27, 2007
...Last week, Judicial Watch held an educational panel discussion on Wednesday, June 20 at the National Press Club. The issue? The Security and Prosperity Partnership, an agreement between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada that has many conservatives nervous that we might be giving up our national sovereignty.
Gov't documents reveal plan for U.S., Canada to rebuild Mexico's infrastructure, by Chad Groening, One News Now, June 8, 2007
Judicial Watch, a public-interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, has obtained more documents pertaining to the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) of North America -- an initiative that has created uneasiness among some conservative groups...
- U.S.-Mexico merger opposition intensifies, by Joseph Farrah, WorldNetDaily.com, July 9, 2006
Press Release: The Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America: Progress, by President George W. Bush, The White House, March 31, 2006