Tuesday, July 15, 2014

North American Union Advances On Total Chaos

The plan to dissolve the borders is proceeding apace.

For most of the previous century the globalists bragged they would introduce world government and fulfill their plans in an atmosphere of terror, conflict and confusion in which traditional governments would be paralyzed by inaction. To some degree it resembles the plan of Karl Marx for the State to simply "fade away" when the time comes. In this instance it is nations they wish to disintegrate overnight and replace their institutions with crazy draconian systems that will take their place.

America is being treated as a special threat amongst the nations to world government and it is.
Golob indicated that the United States was “the greatest obstacle to this process” of integration into a globalized system. She stated that due to this resistance, integration will have to come “from the top-down” through directives from the United States President and his “inner circle.”
Bruce Stokes, Council on Foreign Relations Senior Fellow, National Journal columnist and Chatham House member told the conference that a true “North American Community” would only be born out of the heat of conflict.

Stokes said, “For those of you, who like me, believe that one of the biggest challenges we face as a society is coming to terms with globalization…  then we must embrace the rough spots” like illegal immigration. Stokes stated that we need to “…use these as teaching experiences… to create a public dialogue about the meaning of becoming a true North American Community.”

Stokes continued, “This is how we will create a North American consciousness and a true North American Community. It will be forged in the heat of conflict, not through a rational discussion, as painful as that may be. It really cannot happen any other way.”
 Sometimes, even the best laid plans of this variety can be upset by a single rogue military leader with sufficient integrity to stage a coup. They have plans to derail that kind of opposition before it could even gain public support.

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