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Tuesday, 22 January 2008 16:38

The Day Canada Declared Itself a Fascist State

PEJ News - Gselzler - On March 31, 2005, the leaders of Canada, the United States and Mexico signed the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America or as it is now commonly referred to the SPP.


The SPP, also known as Deep Integration, is an agreement to integrate the laws, regulations and systems governing and controlling Canadian society with the corresponding laws, regulations and systems in the U.S. and Mexico. This includes, but is not limited to finance, economics, energy, water, transportation, security, military, labour market, law enforcement, intelligence, emergency management, telecommunications, health care, and food, health and environmental regulations. Agreement and enforcement of a common standard must necessarily result in a loss of control and sovereignty over all these critical aspects of our society.

As if signing an agreement that will inevitably result in a loss of Canadian sovereignty wasn't bad enough, what occurred on that final day in March of 2005 was nothing less than the open declaration of Canada as a fascist state.

Now you might be asking yourself was I sick that day and missed the memo, or what does signing an agreement with a couple of other countries have to do with fascism? The answer is not in the signing of the agreement per se but rather the manner in which it was brought into existence and how it is being administered today.

The SPP came out of the Independent Task Force on North America, a project organized by the United States Council on Foreign Relations, the Canadian Council of Chief Executives, and the Mexican Council on Foreign Relations. It was launched in October 2004 and published two documents: "Trinational Call for a North American Economic and Security Community by 2010" (March 2005) and its final report "Building a North American Community" (May 2005). So right out of the gate, we have organizations representing the business and political elites getting together out of sight to create the framework for the SPP without any consultation with your elected representatives, the public or any other group that might have an interest in the outcome.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2008 16:38

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