Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Good News and Bad News on the SPP

As I've mentioned in several posts, SPP is pretty much the selling off of our country, giving the U.S. control of our natural resources, and unheard of rights to enter our country; whenever they want, to arrest our citizens and who knows what. Pierre Trudeau would be rolling over in his grave.

Something like this would never have happened under his watch.

Well I did find some temporary good news. A posting in September, that because of the economic downturn, the SPP was officially dead. However, I also discovered that it would appear that the mandate of the SPP has simply been transferred to that of NAFTA, giving it more bite.

Unfortunately any news that our country is being dissected and sold off by Stephen Harper is being missed by the mainstream media, so you have to go to the civilian media, which is growing all the time. This should be a wake up for Media outlets to smarten up and start informing us or close up shop. I'm sure Paris Hilton is eager to have someone else follow her around with a camera.

Canada Must Forge Its Own Economic Fate
The SPP is dead. Good. That helps reduce dependence on a downbound US.
By Murray Dobbin,
September 24, 2009,

With virtually no fanfare or media analysis, one of the most transformative agreements ever signed by Canada and the U.S. (and Mexico) is officially dead. The Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP), the formal expression of a corporate lobbying campaign called deep integration, is no more. Its official U.S. government website declared last month: "The Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) is no longer an active initiative... There will not be any updates to this site." (It's been edited since to be a little less brutal) ....

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