by John Young
Even though we are all back to work, the Senate will not reconvene after its Memorial Day recess until June 4th, next week.
At this point, the amnesty bill (S.1348) is scheduled for more debate and possible amendments in the Senate starting on June 4th. In the interim, some very important (and frightening) information regarding this bill has come to light, emphasizing the fact that come Monday morning, we have to put the heat back on the Senate.
Most alarming is the fact that, according to Congressman Ron Paul, "There are many other very troubling items buried deep in the Senate’s immigration compromise. The bill explicitly calls for an “acceleration” of the March 2005 agreement between the US president, the president of Mexico, and the prime minister of Canada, known as the “Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) of North America.” This somewhat secretive agreement – a treaty in all but name – aims to erase the borders between the United States, Canada, and Mexico and threatens our sovereignty and national security. The SPP was agreed by the president without the participation of Congress. It should be eliminated, not accelerated!" (Click here for the original article.)
The "Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) of North America" is not a binding document, but is instead a roadmap developed by the Council on Foreign Relations for elected officials to follow. Thus, you won't find it mentioned specifically in the bill. The Council on Foreign Relations sees this as a step on the road to a "North American Union." You can read about this right on their website.
I looked through S.1398, and the functionality mentioned by Congressman Paul is implemented in and around the following phrase: "... in developing and implementing an immigration security strategy for North America that works toward the development of a common security perimeter ..." North America, incidentally, includes Mexico. So Congressman Paul is indeed correct. Rather than sharing a security perimeter with Mexico, we ought to deploy our troops to our common border.
So S. 1398 is even worse than we expected. Not only does it setup a guest worker program and a massive amnesty, it contains no triggers related to enforcement whatsoever AND erodes our sovereignty by creating a partnership with a country that is actually invading us with criminal gangsters.
This is a deadly serious situation. If this law passes, our children - not even the unborn ones, but those already living - will inherit a third world America complete with narco-terrorist-controlled territory, unrestrained violence on the part of the powerful and the complete erosion of everything that makes our sacred country worthwhile. The importance of defeating this legislation cannot be overstated!
So, starting Monday you need to call both of your Senators everyday AND send them an email!
1. Use George Soros' money. He's behind the Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration Reform, an umbrella organization of folks who essentially hate everything America is, was and ever can be. He has paid for an 800 number that gets you right through to your Senators once you make it through the introductory tirade. Ignore the tirade, get through to your Senators' offices, and leave your messages with the public servants who answer. That number is 1-800-417-7666.
2. To send your Senator an Email or call them directly, go to the contact page here and look up your Senator's information.
In both cases, make the following points:
A. NO to a North American security perimeter.
B. NO to a "pathway to citizenship" for criminals.
C. NO to the new "Z" Visa.
D. Yes to ENFORCEMENT ONLY!
Our children depends on you - make those calls and write those emails!