The U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano and several officials from Canada, including Denis Lebel, Transport, Infrastructure and Communities minister and Minister of Public Safety Vic Toews, on Thursday released what they termed the “first-ever joint United States-Canada Border Infrastructure Investment Plan (BIIP).” According to Napolitano, “The development and release of this initiative fulfills a commitment made under the 2011 United States-Canada Beyond the Border Action Plan.”
“An integrated, bilateral approach to border investment is critical to both the U.S. and Canadian economies,” said she said during a news conference “The Border Infrastructure Investment Plan offers enhanced security along our shared U.S.-Canadian border, while reducing wait times at major border crossings — increasing the flow of traffic across the border while ensuring safe and secure trade and travel.”
“Modern border crossings are essential to trade, which is why the Border Infrastructure Investment Plan and the collaborative relationship with our American neighbors are so important,” said Minister Lebel. “Our government is investing in border crossings, ports and gateways to reduce wait times, increase trade and create jobs.”
The large number of American and Canadian citizens who are aware of the US-Canadian plan to eventually form a North American Union, has caused internationalists and socialists on both sides of the border to revamp their plans, according to a source in the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, who requested anonymity.
In addition to security and intelligence concerned, CSIS is in-charge of Canada’s border security program.
While conservatives have for years protested the threat of the “New World Order,” fewer of them are familiar with the North American Security and Prosperity Partnership. A major factor in the program being known to only a few Americans and Canadians is the deafening silence by the news media.
According to political strategist Mike Baker, in order to prevent news coverage of the fledgling North American Union or North American Federation, political leaders and left-wing journalists have successfully portrayed anyone who speaks out on the subject as a crackpot or a member of a fringe group.
“It’s almost like something out of Orwell’s book 1984. Big Brother’s news was manipulated based on the government’s need of a specific storyline. On Monday, the enemy is Eurasia. But by Friday the enemy is Oceania and has always been Oceania,” said Baker.
Proponents of consolidation of the US, Canada and Mexico are thrilled with the plans being formulated in little-known meetings that may have an unwelcome ripple effect, the Canadian think-tank the Fraser Institute suggested renaming the “North American Union” in order to offset the mounting criticism of the Obama administration’s far-left geopolitical ideology.
In an article titled, “Saving the North American Security and Prosperity Partnership”, published in March by the Fraser Institute, the writers contend that U.S.