Some years ago, while musing about some issue or another, I got to thinking “Why don’t we just include Mexico as part of the United States?” With its support, of course.
Naturally, Canada would be included in the unification.
I mean, the individual states/territories would remain, but if the borders were gone, all this talk about “illegal aliens” would be done away with. The benefits from all three nations would flow unfettered.
Unfortunately, when I received my political science degree WAY BACK in 1969, it was without any geo-political instruction, so I am a neophyte to the discussion.
I wonder if an African unification would help one of my sons who is trying so hard to get medicine to west Africa. Maybe those territorial wars he has to wade through would fade away, along with the borders?
Out of the corner of my ear, I hear people talking about a “New World Order” as if it were a swear word. I guess a united North America would be like the European Union, which would be like a mini New World Order. Global Domination is just around the corner.
Lo and behold, it seems people really ARE talking about a “North American Union” wherein the three countries unite. A couple of days ago (28 Jan 15) Jerome R. Corsi wrote, “U.S. passports on verge of elimination?”
NEW YORK – A Soros-funded group arguing to replace the U.S. passport with a North American passport appears ready to take up the mantle of championing the concept of a European Union-style regional government to supersede the sovereignty of the United States, Mexico and Canada, fulfilling the dream of the late American University professor Robert Pastor.
The future of the U.S. lies in North America, not in the United States as a sovereign nation, contends the New America Foundation, a Washington-based leftist think-tank with ties to Jonathan Soros, son of famed leftist billionaire George Soros.
Appropriately named “New America,” the foundation believes the U.S. passport should soon become obsolete and replaced with a European Union-style passport issued for all citizens of the U.S., Mexico and Canada. Citizens would be redefined by their regional identity as “North Americans,” echoing President Obama’s claim in Spanish in his Dec. 17, 2014, announcement of his executive actions to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba, “Todos Somos Americanos,” or, “We are all Americans.
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“In recognition of our shared destiny, the three countries should create a North American passport that would, over time, allow their citizens to travel, work, invest, learn and innovate anywhere in North America. Work, tourist and student visas are necessities in the modern world to regulate the flow of people between sovereign states,”
What do YOU think?