Saturday, August 18, 2007

The Bush Success: Iraqi Oil, Supreme Court Judges, and the North American Union

Get a clue. No apologies here.

You think the Bush presidency is a failure? Think again. And, PS, Bush's "vacations" are really cover for his covert actions to move his real agenda forward.

Bush/Cheney & Co had an agenda when they came in - secure the Iraqi Oil fields; stack the courts with conservatives; and now will finalize the steps necessary for the North American Union, aka the SPP (Security and Prosperity Partnership).

So on this "vacation" he will finalize the SPP plans with the leaders of Mexico and Canada:
From August 20-21, Stephen Harper will welcome his American idol George W. Bush and Mexico’s President Felipe Calderon to Montebello, Quebec.

What will be on the agenda? We can only guess at this point, because all of the meetings to review the progress of the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) have taken place in secret so far. But the Council of Canadians is determined to break the silence and ensure that citizens’ voices are heard.

The SPP – which is being implemented without any public or parliamentary scrutiny – is about eliminating Canada’s ability to set its own independent regulatory standards, environmental protection measures, energy security, foreign, military, immigration and a frighteningly wide range of other policies. The decisions that Harper, Bush and Calderon make from Aug. 20-21 will affect the food we eat, the air we breathe, and the human rights and civil liberties we enjoy.