Maybe you’ve heard of this, maybe you haven’t. The Security and Prosperity Partnership, commonly reffered to as the “North American Union” (NAU) , was a partnership made on March 23, 2005 in Waco, Texas between President Bush, Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin, and former Mexican President Vicente Fox. The highlights of this meeting, which was not presented before Congress or the public, was to:

  • Create one border around the whole North American continent.
  • Replace the American & Canadian Dollar along with the Peso, for the Amero.
  • Create free trade within it’s borders.
  • Unite all armed forces.

The assumed idea here is the NAU is to emulate and challenge the European Union. This plan is beginning to materialize with the Trans Texas Corridor. The downside is if left unabated millions of American jobs will be lost cheap Mexican labor. The format is to import cheap goods from China and instead of unloading them in U.S. ports, like San Fransico, they will be unloaded in Mexico and driven and disbursed all the way up to Canada.

There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the whole idea with little major media coverage. With continual support by the White House, Mexican trucks are delievering there goods well into the US, despite a Congressional ban. Coupled with the administration’s inactivity on enforcing boarder security and proposed amensty policy for illegal immigrants, it seems the Executive Branch is well on it’s way in making the NAU a not to distant reality.