Stephen Harper; Prime Minister of Canada, is a Traitor. He is not the only Traitor..no, they number in the thousands and they are found in our schools, churches, political parties, bureaucracies and every NGO operating within our Borders.
This is not so much an agreement between Canada and the USA as it is one more step in the plan for World Govt. via the UN. One of the main goals of the UN is the end of Nation States. That is what this is about. The time has come to start outing and rounding up all Traitors of our Nation. Print posters and paper your community with them. Reveal the Truth to your friends and neighbours.
Note: Do not put your faith in the media, they have known the plan for decades and kept it a secret…guess you can add them to the Traitors list.
“… it would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government …”
– David Rockefeller in Baden-Baden, Germany 1991, thanking major media for keeping secret for decades the movement of the prophetic one world government.
Mr. Harper moved quickly to address concerns that his government was prepared to undermine Canadian sovereignty for the sake of easing trade restrictions.
“We are sovereign countries who have the capacity to act as we choose to act,” he said. “It is in our interest to work with our partners in the United States to ensure that our borders are secure.”
Since the attack of Sept. 11, 2001, a plethora of regulations and checks have made it progressively more difficult to cross the Canada-U.S. border, while previous efforts to harmonize product safety and quality regulations have been stymied by what Mr. Harper describes as “inertia and bureaucratic sclerosis.”
“A Beyond the Border Working Group,” composed of senior officials from both governments, will develop an action that combines increased border security and economic competitiveness that is to be delivered to the American President and the Canadian Prime Minister in a matter of months.
As well, a new Canada Regulatory Co-operation Council, a successor to the failed Security and Prosperity Partnership initiative of the previous decade, will aim to cut red tape and harmonize regulations.
Concrete proposals won’t arrive for months, and will be accompanied by intense debate in Canada over whether the economic and security gains are worth the possible erosion of sovereignty. Mr. Harper appeared to welcome that debate.
“The declaration marks the start of this endeavour, not the end,” he said, calling Friday’s announcement “an ambitious agenda between two countries, sovereign and able to act independently when we so choose … but always understanding this: that while a border defines two peoples, it need not divide them.”