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2008 OCTOBER 04 – OCTOBER 10

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Run on the system - Black Friday! Counter Punch/Prison Planet 2008 Oct 10 (Cached)

Merc's combination children's vaccine linked to convulsions. Natural News 2008 Oct 10 (Cached)

Cuba: Food shortages trigger government rationing. Breitbart 2008 Oct 10 (Cached)

Anti-depressant drugs increase risk of Diabetes by 30 percent. Natural News 2008 Oct 10 (Cached)

US: Report reveals that Afghanistan conflic rapidly worsening with growing corruption, drugs, and violence. Yahoo 2008 Oct 9 (Cached)

Commentary on the bubble economy. You know the message but well worth watching.
Posted 2008 Oct 8

UK: Government offers distressed banks more bailout in return for partial ownership. Partial nationalization now; the rest later. Bloomberg 2008 Oct 8 (Cached)

US: Government considering taking ownership position in banks. It's part of a continuing process toward owning or controlling everything, the inevitable end game of collectivism. NY Times 2008 Oct 8 (Cached)

The evidence against Soy. It's not a health product as the promoters claim. Mercola 2008 Oct 7 (cached)

US: Congressman tells it like it really is regarding bank bailout. This man will be marked for destruction. Brasscheck 2008 Oct 7

Central banks of the world nearly stop lending gold because they many borrowers (including banks) will not be able to repay. The global Ponzi scheme is unraveling. GATA 2008 Oct 7 (Cached)

US: Consumer debt declines for the first time in 10 years; more bad news for banks.
Market Watch
2008 Oct 7 (Cached)

US: Government to go into banking business by lending money directly to companies who need short-term cash. Long-term loans will be next. And after that ... banking and government will be one. Yahoo 2008 Oct 7 (Cached)

US: After bailout, AIG executives go to $500 per night resort. Guardian 2008 Oct 7 (Cached)

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Germany: Government commits taxpayers to bail out banks that have lost depositors' money. Also bails out country's largest real estate lender. MSNBC 2008 Oct 5 (Cached)

US: Congress passes military $615 billion budget without debate or media attention. Questioning the military mission is now taboo. Real News 2008 Oct 4

Sheriff in Cook County, Illinois, stops evicting families from foreclosed properties. Says many are renters who have paid their landlords who are the ones who are in default. KRON4 2008 Oct 4 (Cached)

Massachusetts to vote on eliminating state income tax. Could set an important national trend. Sponsors need our help. Small Government Posted 2008 Oct 4 (Cached)

Listen to leaders of Canada and Australia reading the same speech word-for-word in support of the invasion of Iraq. Obviously they did not write this speech. Then who did?  Brasscheck Posted 2008 Oct 4

US: Congressman says Representatives were threatened with martial law in America if they did not pass the bank bailout bill. Learn here about the OTHER kind of martial law that WAS put into effect prior to the vote. Prison Planet Posted 2008 Oct 4 (Cached)


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Now you have a better understanding of how the stock market works.

From Nance. , 2008 Oct 5


Dear Mr. Griffin
I hope you are doing well. I have a question and I greatly appreciate you taking the time to help me. It, of course, concerns the big topic today, the bailout.

Of all of the commentaries I have read, I haven’t seen anything on how this mess relates to fractional reserve banking. I am just a novice, having read your books and listened to your audiotapes. But something just sticks in my craw, if you know what I mean. That is, with the leverage of fractional reserve banking, how can these investment and commercial banks be, according to their records, in such bad shape?

if a third of their mortgage-backed securities go bad and become non-performing assets, they still have 2/3’s of their assets performing. These assets are still producing a considerable amount of revenue. To me, that should be more than enough to pay their obligations. The banks claim that their balance sheets are in bad shape because of these toxic mortgaged back loans. They claim they are about broke; yet, their cash flow should still be very significant from the rest of their performing assets. Just not as much as before. Am I getting close to figuring these guys out? I would appreciate any comment you might have on my thoughts.
Rick Taylor, 2008 Oct 8


I regret that I do not have time to answer your excellent question in great depth, but part of the answer can be found here.

The other part is that, in addition to the fractional-reserve issue, banks recently have been going even further by creating/lending more money than the real value of the underlying collateral. In a way, you might call this hyper fractional-reserve banking. So, when borrowers default, banks are unable to liquidate their collateral for enough to cover the loans. It is true that they should still do OK if only a small percentage of these loans defaulted at one time, but the trend of late is for a large proportion to do so, and massive write-offs from assets on the balance sheet have put many banks into a position where they no longer have the liquid capital to pay salaries and overhead and continue in business. Modern banks have a lot of overhead.

Even though the money they created for loans was from thin air, nevertheless, it went into the economy. Eventually, that money is supposed to return to the banks when loans are paid off and, at that point, it would disappear back into the computer chips from which it came. Normally, this is no problem, because borrowers eventually returns this money plus interest; but, when loans are written off as bad debts, the borrowers do NOT return that money into the bank, and the bank has to cover the losses from the asset column of their books, which means that it is paid back by bank stockholders in the form of a loss in the equity value of their stock. So, when the Fed pumps money into the banks to give them “liquidity,” as they like to call it, what it really is doing is taking it from taxpayers in the form of inflation, allowing the fraud to continue a little longer, and protecting bank shareholders from severe loss. It is a rescue plan, all right, but it is a rescue of the politically connected financiers and investors, not the common man.

Thanks for writing.


From Lesley Fine, posted 2008 Oct 8

Obama voted for FISA, for the Patriot Act, for offshore drilling. On a more immediately relevant note, Obama not only supports the bailout (granting tax breaks to the very businesses that caused this mess) but even advised that we not put riders on the bill that could allow people to have judges adjudicate bankruptcies in favor of workers. He foments fear by talking about the eternal threat of terrorism, never addressing how our government helped create these terrorists (see the BBC documentary “The Power of Nightmares”), how the war on terrorism serves to vastly increase powers of the state and how the risks of terrorism are greatly exaggerated. He has close ties to Zibignew Brzezinski, the man who during the Carter administration surreptitiously supported (through China) mass murderer Pol Pot and who deliberately created the very Al Qaeda we now fight as a means to undermine Russia. He says he is for dialogue with Iran while at the same time stating that its army is terrorist and that “nothing is off the table” in terms of dealing with them. He kowtows to Israel. He never addresses the inherent corruptness of the Federal Reserve, or the real reasons we are in Afghanistan (to put in a gas pipeline) & Iraq (to control the region’s oil) & why we are now supporting Georgia (to put in a gas pipeline) in a manner that puts this country at risk for nuclear retaliation. And while he might discuss it in a (slightly) less bombastic manner, Obama is extremely pro-war, as is his running mate.

These are just some examples of Obama’s longtime alignment with the status quo and yet a mesmerized public – in defiance of all evidence and logic – persists in the belief that this is a candidate of “change”. (More)

Hello Mr. Griffin.
I'm sure you have heard of the popular movie on the internet, Zeitgeist. It had three separate parts about Christianity being fake, the Federal Reserve being a conspiracy and bad, and that the government was involved in 9/11. Well the sequel just came out, Zeitgeist Addendum, and it seems very dangerous. This movie screams controlled opposition/false solution propaganda more than anything I have ever seen.

The movie starts off with why the Federal Reserve is bad. It seems to latch onto valid concerns that the freedom movement/Ron Paul supporters have been worried about. But its solution is really, really bad and is already sending a lot of people in the wrong direction. It goes on to say that money is evil and has caused every problem in the world. If only we abolished all money and private property everything would be great. All resources should collectively belong to all humans of the world. Intelligent management of resources and technology could allow everyone to be free. The world would turn into some utopia. All crime would go away and greed and corruption would go away. We should be a one world community. It even specifically says that voting for liberty candidates like Ron Paul is the wrong thing to do. I guess we should give up all hope and let bad politicians do whatever they want to us.

It is full of doublespeak, wild assumptions, and crazy socialist propaganda. It also put in more about how religion is bad. I am convinced this thing was specifically made to stop the liberty movement from achieving anything. It puts in just enough truths that we believe in to trick people into following the wrong path.

I think statements about what is wrong with this film from liberty organizations like Freedom Force International would do a lot of good and would prevent some people from going in the wrong direction. Some people might think the best idea is to just ignore it and it will go away. But it appears to be incredibly popular online and gaining support. Even the most popular Ron Paul website posted the video. And the most popular Ron Paul message board has three threads with hundreds of posts talking about it. Here is the video link.
Jonathan, 2008 Oct 6


Jonathan, I don't like to criticize anything that is helping to spread the truth about the Federal Reserve and 9/11 but I must agree with the substance of what you have said about this video. I watched it two nights ago and was deeply disturbed by its message. At first, I thought it would be best to just let it play itself out in expectation that most viewers would cross it off as whacky. However, the production value is high, the effects and sound score are compelling, and there is enough truth embedded in the beginning to capture the attention and possibly the trust of many within the freedom
movement. So here are comments on my items of concern: (More)


by Mark Goodson, 2008 Oct 6

If the United States had a moral money and banking system, then we Americans would not be experiencing many of the problems that are seen today. The only moral (and economically sound) money and banking system so far devised is a gold or silver standard where fractional reserve banking is outlawed, the only way to bring additional money into the system is to mine gold or silver, and the only money available for lending purposes is derived through saving. There are sophisticated and beguiling arguments in favor of the economics often touted today which embraces fiat credit expansion (monetary inflation) and tends to deprecate saving (underconsumption). But the Keynesian fallacies, as Hazlitt referred to them, are precisely that... fallacious reasoning at its most dangerous. Economics present the student with inherent difficulties that alone would tend to cause fallacies to infect its structure. But Hazlitt wisely pointed out that "the special pleading of selfish interests" tend to multiply these fallacies many fold. We must be particularly cautious in remaining objective in our investigation of the cause of our current economic hardships. That said, here's my take on what this bailout means to us, and more importantly how we got into this mess in the first place. (More)


We've not watched a YouTube video in several months. But we watched this one ... because it was recommended by a good and respected friend. Naomi Wolf is a very courageous woman.

She has a plan to save the country NOW. Please help as many of your friends as possible to view this video and forward the link to THEIR friends..
--bob & lou, 2008 Oct 6.

Naomi Wolf, a Rhodes Scholar, does NOT have a plan to save the American Republic but to lead people into rebellion. That will provide an excuse for martial law and prison camps, which is exactly what the elitists now want. She is eloquent in exposing the corruption of Republicans but is a supporter of the Democrat Party (NOT the solution) and offers false leadership. She implies that Obama would be better than Bush. Listen carefully to her so-called “solution”. When will Americans stop being suckered into following false leaders and playing the rigged political party game?

Hello Mr. Griffin,
Thanks very much for sending this. I hadn't made the connection you made--that arresting members of the Executive Branch for fascist behaviors, would trigger a clamp-down. Of course, it makes sense. The presence of standing military here, and the apparent threats of martial law (to the legislators), are worrisome signals re: readiness to suppress.

As for Wolf's allegiance to the Democrats, well, I've honestly felt bewildered as to how such a brilliant woman could still see politics so naively. There is a wall somewhere inside her mind, and I hope more truth can pervade it soon. [On one You-Tube video, where she answers questions from the audience, she praises the Clintons, calls them her friends, and says they are just like "you and me." (Gulp!) As I wrote at the conclusion of my viewer comment, "Naomi Wolf, you are a heartbreaker."]

I relish your newsletter, and am always happy to see it show up in my "in" box. I feel privileged to be able to tell you this directly, too.
With appreciation,
Lee, 2008 Oct 8


I thought I would send this song we wrote a couple of years ago. It came about because I asked our "representative" (Earl Blue manure, I mean Blumenauer) one simple question "Where do you stand on the War on Drugs?". His manager waffled for over 25 minutes waiting for me to tell him where I stood before he said where Earl stood. I never did get an we wrote this song. We changed Representative to Senator just isn't as catchy :-) We get a lot of applause whenever we perform it. BTW - I still have never received his paper on where he stands on the War on Drugs.
Renee Kimball, 2008 Oct 6

“Finger In the Wind”
©2005 Kimball & Schulz

I called my favorite Senator
To see what he would say
About this thing called “War on Drugs”
That I heard of yesterday
Was he against or maybe for
What the government was doing
I thought that since he’s “in the game”
He’d have an answer brewing

When a lady answered – what a shock
She gave the phone up to a man
I guess HE was the manager
And only HE could tell the plan
But waffle after waffle
Was all he had to say
And I kept asking different ways
Hoping he would earn his pay

Gee! I thought politicians were elected by our grace
To stand up for each right we have, not throw them in our face
Now I’ve starting wondering and I’m having lots of doubt
If they don’t’ back up how we vote
Maybe we should vote them out

He said “The Senator’s not for more use”
Well, there’s first class DUH!
But what he said about Iraq
Made my head spin – I said “Huh?”
He claimed THAT was an easy choice
Against! Against for sure!
So why sidestep the “War on Drugs”
Was it cause or was it cure?

It seemed that on this issue
He just wouldn’t give a stance
And I was growing weary of
This grand “fence-sitting” dance
He said they’d send a statement
Of their policy on THIS war
But I’ve been waiting near SIX MONTHS
And it has never reached my door

CHORUS 1: Gee, I thought…..

So to this Senator and all the rest
Who think blather fills the gap
If you can’t tell me your opinions
It means you view the truth as TRAP
You’d best start “representing”
Give us something we can quote
‘Cause if you can’t tell me where you stand
You will NEVER get my vote!

‘Cause I thought politicians were elected by our grace
To stand up for each right we have, not throw them in our face
Now I’m no longer wondering, I really have no doubt
It’s time for us to all join hands
And boot their back sides out!


by Charlie Reese, former columnist of the Orlando Sentinel.

Politicians are the only people in the world who create problems and then campaign against them.

Have you ever wondered why, if both the Democrats and the Republicans are against deficits, WHY do we have deficits?

Have you ever wondered why, if all the politicians are against inflation and high taxes, WHY do we have inflation and high taxes?

You and I don't propose a federal budget. The president does.

You and I don't have the Constitutional authority to vote on appropriations. The House of Representatives does.

You and I don't write the tax code, Congress does.

You and I don't set fiscal policy, Congress does.

You and I don't control monetary policy, the Federal Reserve Bank does.

One hundred senators, 435 congressmen, one president, and nine Supreme Court justices .... 545 human beings out of the 300 million are directly, legally, morally, and individually responsible for the domestic problems that plague this country.

I excluded the members of the Federal Reserve Board because that problem was created by the Congress. In 1913, Congress delegated its Constitutional duty to provide a sound currency to a federally chartered, but private, central bank.

I excluded all the special interests and lobbyists for a sound reason. They have no legal authority. They have no ability to coerce a senator, a congressman, or a president to do one cotton-picking thing. I don't care if they offer a politician $1 million dollars in cash. The politician has the power to accept or reject i t. No matter what the lobbyist promises, it is the legislator's responsibility to determine how he votes.

Those 545 human beings spend much of their energy convincing you that what they did is not their fault. They cooperate in this common con regardless of party.

What separates a politician from a normal human being is an excessive amount of gall. No normal human being would have the gall of a Speaker, who stood up and criticized the President for creating deficits. The president can only propose a budget. He cannot force the Congress to accept it.

The Constitution, which is the supreme law of the land, gives sole responsibility to the House of Representatives for originating and approving appropriations and taxes. Who is the speaker of the House? She is the leader of the majority party. She and fellow House members, not the president, can approve any budget they want. If the president vetoes it, they can pass it over his veto if they agree to.

It seems inconceivable to me that a nation of 300 million can not replace 545 people who stand convicted -- by present facts -- of incompetence and irresponsibility. I can't think of a single domestic problem that is not traceable directly to those 545 people. When you fully grasp the plain truth that 545 people exercise the power of the federal government, then it must follow that what exists is what they want to exist.

If the tax code is unfair, it's because they want it unfair.

If the budget is in the red, it's because they want it in the red.

If the Army & Marines are in IRAQ , it's because they want them in IRAQ .

If they do not receive social security but are on an elite retirement plan not available to the people, it's because they want it that way.

There are no insoluble government problems. Do not let these 545 people shift the blame to bureaucrats, whom they hire and whose jobs they can abolish; to lobbyists, whose gifts and advice they can reject; to regulators, to whom they give the power to regulate and from whom they can take this power. Above all, do not let them con you into the belief that there exists disembodied mystical forces like 'the economy,' 'inflation,' or 'politics' that prevent them from doing what they take an oath to do.

Those 545 people, and they alone, are responsible. They, and they alone, have the power.They, and they alone, should be held accountable by the people who are their bosses, provided the voters have the gumption to manage their own employees.

We should vote all of them out of office and clean up their mess!


Hello Mr. Griffin. This is Mark Goodson here. I am a member of Freedom Force. I got to reflecting on this "bailout" process in Washington after my father asked my opinion. I replied to his inquiry with the following email. I thought that perhaps you could use my comments to help educate some who may not be aware of what the bailout means for them.

If the United States had a moral money and banking system, then we Americans would not be experiencing many of the problems that are seen today. The only moral (and economically sound) money and banking system so far devised is a gold or silver standard where fractional reserve banking is outlawed, the only way to bring additional money into the system is to mine gold or silver, and the only money available for lending purposes is derived through saving. There are sophisticated and beguiling arguments in favor of the economics often touted today which embraces fiat credit expansion (monetary inflation) and tends to deprecate saving (underconsumption). But the Keynesian fallacies, as Hazlitt referred to them, are precisely that... fallacious reasoning at its most dangerous. Economics present the student with inherent difficulties that alone would tend to cause fallacies to infect its structure. But Hazlitt wisely pointed out that "the special pleading of selfish interests" tend to multiply these fallacies many fold. We must be particularly cautious in remaining objective in our investigation of the cause of our current economic hardships. That said, here's my take on what this bailout means to us, and more importantly how we got into this mess in the first place.

Credit has been so plentiful for so many years now that many businesses have become dependent on it (much like a heroin addict). The market most severely affected most recently has been the housing market. But it's important to note that the expansion in the housing industry has resulted in the expansion of a whole host of complementary industries. Think about this for a moment... when a family buys a new home all sorts of additional purchases are made. Not only that, but with home prices rising so rapidly and to such absurdly high levels in some parts of the country because of the rapid credit expansion, many unwisely chose to tap into home equity by taking out equity lines of credit. Of course, all of this was not sustainable.

There is much talk in Washington D.C. and by the pundits on the radio about "lax lending standards", corruption, and "subprime loans". Unfortunately, what is not generally understood is the root of the cause. We can ultimately thank the lax lending standards and resulting subprime debacle to the credit expansion itself. You see, after everyone who could reasonably be expected to pay off a home mortgage loan had been serviced, the only other place to put all the new money made available by our inherently corrupt financial system was into loans made to those who cannot legitimately afford to own a home. So, starting in about 2003 the lending standards began to decline markedly... we saw zero down payments, interest only mortgage payments, "stated income" documentation, and adjustable rate mortgages. If you recall, it was about this time when home prices around the country really began to accelerate upward.

Now, all this credit expansion has a way of making its way through the economy and bidding up the prices of not only real estate, but all other resources. Naturally, general prices started to rise. People found during about 2005/2006 that it started to get a little harder to make ends meet. Home prices were approaching their peak meaning that fewer people were willing to risk taking on larger mortgage payments. But most relevant is that about this time interest rates started to rise. As expected, the home mortgage market collapsed shortly thereafter, and home prices began a precipitous decline. But attempting to grow an economy through a credit expansion that is not derived from savings (in this case it was derived from borrowing from abroad, and by expanding the money supply through fractional reserve banking) always sows the seeds of its own destruction. We simply cannot have our cake and eat it too.

Saving by definition is UNDERCONSUMPTION, yet even professional economists today seem to deprecate this wise counsel. Today our financial system has become dependent on a continual high rate of credit expansion and the malinvestment it encourages. When business expansions are financed by this means, then the resulting expansion must be met with insufficient consumer demand. When one thinks about this for a moment it becomes obvious. You see, the only way to make additional scarce resources available for expanding an industry is to first reduce consumption of said resources elsewhere. If this is not done, then the result is entirely predictable. Trying to grow an economy through phony credit expansion (by not saving) must always hit a wall and result in a bust.

The business cycle caused by this process is a source of upheaval and misery to the average American. But this money and banking system in place will always work in the favor of its benefactors... namely, the banking industry and the federal government that protects it through force of law. They can never lose. The federal government needs the central bank (the Fed) to finance its expansion through deficit spending, and the Fed needs the federal government to give its currency (Federal Reserve Notes) legal tender status and to bailout the banks when they become insolvent.

The only rational course of action is to accept a severe and protracted recession gracefully. We have to collectively start saving again. We have to put a stop to the credit expansion. But that cannot be allowed to happen by the political class in D.C. Recessions are unpopular, and politicians tend to lose their jobs under these conditions. So the solution that is proposed is to make all of our bankrupt lending institutions (banks) whole again by buying up all of their bad paper. The U.S. gov't will effectively print 700 billion dollars and put it into the banking system in exchange for the bad paper (most of it mortgage securities).

Don't fall for all the talk on the radio that the government can eventually sell these later and gain a profit.... you see, even IF they can, the damage will already be done. What this bailout will do is delay the much needed recession by allowing banks to keep on loaning out the money that our distorted economy is now so dependent on (effectively warping the distortion further). The U.S. gov't is the enabler, the banks are the pushers, and the American people are the heroin addicts. This bailout will give us all only one thing in the long run, and that's the certainty that the value of the dollar will continue to fall.
Mark Goodson. 2008 Oct 3


I pledge allegiance to the Fed,
which owns the United States of America,
and screw the public, more which it scams; One Note, under Gold, irredeemable with liquidity injections forestall.
Forrest Bishop, 2008 Sept 26

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Where does money come from? Where does it go? Who makes it? The money magician's secrets are unveiled. Here is a close look at their mirrors and smoke machines, the pulleys, cogs, and wheels that create the grand illusion called money. A boring subject? Just wait. You'll be hooked in five minutes. It reads like a detective story – which it really is, but it's all true. This book is about the most blatant scam of history. (More)

A Discourse by G. Edward Griffin

The author of The Creature from Jekyll Island; A Second Look at the Federal Reserve adresses such issues as: Who created the Fed? How is money created?
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FIAT EMPIRE; The Federal Reserve vs. The Constitution
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A Temptation for Electronic Vote
Fraud.   Governments are installing computerized voting systems with no paper record to verify accuracy. Elections will be controlled by companies that do not allow voters to inspect their software. If vote counting becomes privatized, there may be no way to get it back. High-tech vote fraud is already a reality. If you value your vote, you absolutely must get this information to your friends – and fast! (More)

Here is scientific proof that: the Earth often has been hotter than it is now; only a tiny portion of green-house gases are man-made; most of Antarctica now is getting colder; the media only recently abandoned the global "cooling” scare; and more. These facts counter the global-warming junk science that is scaring people into meekly accepting more government. (More)

The Persecution of Falun Gong
The Testimony of Charles Lee
Dr. Charles Lee is one of the few political prisoners held in Chinese prisons who has survived to tell about it. After receiving a medical degree in China, he came to the U.S. in 1991 for graduate study and soon thereafter became an American citizen. In 2003 he returned to China to proclaim the truth about government persecution of Falun Gong, a non-violent, spiritual movement dedicated to “Truthfulness, Compassion and Forbearance”. He was arrested and sentenced to 3 years in prison where he was beaten, force-fed, and tortured, which he describes in gruesome detail in this video interview by G. Edward Griffin. On January 21, 2006, Charles was released and returned to San Francisco. Now he is a leader in the movement that has motivated millions of members of the Chinese Communist Party to resign. (More)


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The New Math of American Elections.
This documentary shows how the elections of 2004 and 2006 were stolen and who did it. This is not a conspiracy theory. It’s the real thing! The people who perpetrated this fraud remain in place to do the same thing in 2008 – and every election thereafter. This has nothing to do with Republicans vs. Democrats. It is about controlling the electoral process so that the common citizen will never be able to break the grip of those who control both major parties. This grip CAN be broken, but only if more Americans become aware that it exists. That’s where you come in. Acquire this video and show it to your friends. (More)

THE LATE GREAT U.S.A. The Coming Merger with Mexico and Canada. Late Great USAWhile many people are still clinging to the belief that The U.S.will never give up its sovereignty, the process already is far advanced. This is not just a super highway between Mexico and Canada, but a total political, economic, and military merger into what will be called the North American Union, identical to the creation of the EU. Here are the chilling details of a plan being implemented largely behind closed doors by global elitists to terminate the United States. (More)

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