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Mexican Collapse and the Plan for a North American Union

http://www.infowars.com/?p=7171
Mike Sunnucks, writing for the Phoenix Business Journal, exposes details of a recent report released by the Pentagon. According to the report, globalization and urbanization will fuel “social unrest, as well as a potential collapse of the Mexican government as that country deals with violence and corruption induced by drug cartels and organized crime.” On the surface, the Joint Operating Environment 2008 report by the U.S. Joint Forces Command is a self-serving document. It predicts multiple crises “if there are major reductions in U.S. defense spending,” including “terrorist networks obtaining nuclear and biological weapons, as well as instability and aggressiveness involving China, India, Pakistan, India and the Middle East.” On the other hand, the report may be seen as a blueprint for the establishment of a North American Union. Glenn Williamson, CEO of the Canada Arizona Business Council, tells the Phoenix Business Journal he expects Obama to push for a North American Union, although Williamson does not specifically use that term. “I am starting to see a trend here from the new administration — possibly pulling in some U.S. assets in far-off countries that don’t even like us, and focusing more on a continental North America where Canada, the U.S. and Mexico could almost be energy self-sufficient,” Williamson said. “The U.S. and Canada need a strong Mexico for that to succeed. The concept of a broken Mexico or Canada on either border of the U.S. does not work.”
…The ever clairvoyant Tom Clancy predicted exactly such a scenario through the pervasive popular culture brainwashing and military recruitment tool for adolescent males that are first person shooter video games in Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Clancy%27s_Ghost_Recon_Advanced_Warfighter#Plot

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January 16, 2009 Posted by | Mexico: Controlled Collapse as the Premise for the NAU, Popular Culture Social Programming | Leave a comment