Society for American Sovereignty TM Mission Statement

Americans who study the lack of border security and our national illegal immigration crisis watch with knowing sadness as millions of Americans, outraged over our porous borders, eventually ask the obvious question: Why has the president of the United States refused to secure American borders?

Perhaps it is part of a larger plan.

Without a vote of Congress, or consent of the American people, our intentionally unsecured borders and our government's lack of diligent enforcement of our immigration and employment laws could be an essential step to a much larger goal - a "North American Community."

While virtually ignored in the mainstream media, in 2005 the leaders of the three nations of North America announced a plan aimed at combining the infrastructures, security and ultimately the economies of the three nations. The linchpin of the "Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America" is the free flow of goods, services... and people.

Society for American Sovereignty TM has been organized to draw media attention and public - and Congressional - scrutiny to the little known "Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America" (SPP) and the agenda of many in the American elite to "harmonize" laws and regulations and to "integrate" the nations of North America into a "North American Community."

Our mission is to educate the public on this element of the illegal immigration crisis.

The true intent and lack of transparency and accountability concerning the SPP should be a matter of great concern to all Americans. The SPP seems to closely follow the 2005 Council on Foreign Relations report titled "Building a North American Community" which makes recommendations that include combining the Social Security systems of the U.S. and Mexico and creating a common security perimeter around North America within which people would flow freely between the three nations... essentially integrated nations with open borders.

Society for American Sovereignty TM shares the deep concern regarding the SPP indicated in an August 6, 2007 letter to the President of the United States.

Society for American Sovereignty TM supports Representative Virgil Goode's (R-VA) U.S. House Resolution (2007 House Concurrent Resolution 40) that expresses "the sense of Congress that the United States should not engage in the construction of a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Superhighway System or enter into a North American Union with Mexico and Canada."

Arizona Senator John McCain has written that estimates from Border Patrol statistics show that "almost four million people crossed our borders illegally in 2002".

Since the Bush administration has not secured our borders since September 11, 2001, most reasonable Americans suspect that the administration has no intentions of ever securing our borders.

To many who are paying attention, it appears that the objective may be to officially open American borders in the name of more efficient trade and ever "cheaper" labor.

As sovereign Americans, we should all ask ourselves, do we see more evidence of an official policy of defined, defended borders - or instead the de facto dissolution of the borders and the American republic with which we have been entrusted?

A planned Mexican customs office in Kansas City, Missouri goes a long way in providing the obvious answer.

Think about your children reciting, "I pledge allegiance to the Continent and to the Commerce for which it stands."

"A Republic, if you can keep it".

- Benjamin Franklin at the close of the deliberations on the United States Constitution in 1787 on the government created by the Founding Fathers.

"There shall be open borders".

- A recurring 1984 proposal promoted by the Wall Street Journal for a five-word amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Society for American Sovereignty TM was formed and incorporated in July, 2007