(6/21/07) “There Shall be Open Borders” - A recurring 1984 front - page proposal from the Wall Street Journal for a five-word amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
For those whose years of research includes easily accessed, factual and documented material and statements that no one told them not to read, hear or accept, it has become somewhat sadly amusing to watch as well-known and well-connected political writers struggle to expertly dissect the actions of George W. Bush on the pending amnesty-again legislation in the U.S. Senate.
Sadly amusing - - but tiring.
The Bush agenda is brilliantly clear for those who can think for themselves and see him for what he strives to be: the last president of a sovereign and independent America with defended borders.
It is impossible to be both a Nationalist and a Globalist; the American president has chosen the latter.
Memo to the ‘experts’ on two-party politics in today’s global America: Try this pre-9/11 plea from the Atlanta Journal Constitution editorial page as they echo the Wall Street Journal, on September 7, 2001: “Mexican President Vicente Fox envisions a North American economic alliance that will make the border between the United States and Mexico as unrestricted as the one between Tennessee and Georgia… the ultimate goal of any White House policy ought to be a North American economic and political alliance similar in scope and ambition to the European Union.”
The AJC went on to correctly note that: “Though neither Fox nor President Bush expects to dissolve the 2000-mile border overnight, the Mexican leader clearly prefers sooner rather than later.”
It’s the open borders, stupid.
The fact that Bush would have stopped illegal immigration on the morning of 9/11 if he had any intention of ever doing so is one that proponents of the revived amnesty-again legislation avoid at any cost. Including in the verbal gymnastics involved in continued defense of the scheme in the face of the endless roar of opposition from those troublesome American citizens.
Only out-of -touch politicians who have spent too much time inside the Beltway can make themselves believe another law will change George W. Bush.
Fox ran out of time in his six-year term. Bush sees the window of opportunity to fulfill his appointed task closing with each day closer to the election in which he cannot run.
Legalizing the more than 10% of Mexico which now resides illegally in the U.S. is essential to his goal and he will stop at nothing to obtain their amnesty-along with that of the criminal employers for whom he works.
Unless stopped, Bush, teamed with Teddy Kennedy and the corporate masters who control both, is perhaps mere weeks away from eliminating sovereignty and the rule of law as a basis of the government of United States.
We hear of the “suicide” of the GOP, but not the death of a nation…or the birth of an “expanded NAFTA in an integrated North America."
Why? It sounds out of place at cocktail parties.
“Globalism” is more than a theory of international business; it is the reason for the president’s refusal to honor his oath of office without any fear of punishment.
In its purest form, “free trade” requires the free flow of goods, services… and labor.
People provide labor.
That whooshing sound far too few acknowledge hearing is not only American jobs being exported, but the nation-state ending noise of illegally importing Mexico’s poverty to supply the low-skilled labor positions that Americans have until now been allowed to fill with a living wage…in their own country.
In his testimony to the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere June 9, 2005, Robert Pastor, author of “Toward a North American Community”, said that “what we should do now is to forge a North American Community…” As part of the title of chapter seven of his book he asks the question: “Can sovereignty be transcended”?
Does anybody else note a pattern here?
Remember the “American Dream” of a middle class and negotiated wages and benefits? Passe, outdated and oh - so “old America”. Charming, but far too expensive.
We should all look around and ask a simple question: Is there more evidence that Bush has any plans to secure American borders, or officially open them?
While the “experts” ignore the above, let them also ignore the Council on Foreign Relations 2005 publication “Building a North American Community”, the extensive Arizona State university teaching Website “Building North America”and the fact that as we consider the reality of the obvious, according to U.S. Border Patrol and John McCain, more than 10,000 illegal border crossings occur every day.
The real decision in the senate is whether or not there will be open borders and choosing between Bush and the American people.
We’ll be watching.