For those of you who are unaware, the sovereignty of the United States is at risk. Yes, that’s right. Lawmakers in Congress are pushing for the Security and Prosperity Partnership Act (SPP) that would essentially create a union between the United States, Canada, and Mexico. This is a reality and it is happening right now. Lou Dobbs, for one, has spoken extensively about this covert congressional measure that would end America as we know it. Such an act will create a superstate, such as the European Union, and is a necessary stepping stone for the New World Order.
While there seems to be plenty of proponents for the North American Union in Washingtion and in the corporate sector, state legislatures are still fighting for our constitutionally-protected right as a sovereign nation. Lawmakers in Oregon are introducing legislation that will urge the United States Congress to withdraw from any further agreements with the SPP. An excerpt of the resolution reads:
Be It Resolved by the Legislative Assembly of the State of Oregon:
That we, the members of the Seventy-fourth Legislative Assembly, respectfully request that the Congress of the United States withdraw the United States from further participation in the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America and other activities that advance, authorize, fund or promote the creation of a North American Union.
According to the John Birch Society, the following is “a summary of anti-NAU legislation that has been introduced in either the U.S. Congress, or in state legislatures”:
- House Concurrent Resolution 40 – introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Virgil Goode of Virginia
- Senate Concurrent Memorial 1002 – introduced by Senator Johnson of Arizona
- Senate Concurrent Resolution 15 – introduced by Senator Barnitz of Missouri
- House Concurrent Resolution 3185 – introduced by Rep. Davenport of South Carolina
- House Joint Resolution 7 – introduced by Rep. Sandstrom and Senator Fife of Utah
- Senate Joint Resolution 442 – introduced by Senators Lucas and Hawkins of Virginia
- Senate Joint Memorial 8004 – introduced by Senators Stevens, Swecker and Benton of Washington
I urge everyone to research this very important legislation. The fate of our nation depends on it.