What do you think of the North American Union and CFR plans?

CNN Lou Dobbs has reported on this, but mainstream media is still suppressing the info. This will combine Mexico, US, and Canada into 1 economy, just like the EU. It's not coincidence that our dollar is being driven to the ground to make way for the Amero. Do some research on the NWO (Bilderberg group), see for yourself why the worlds most powerful meet every year illegally. How come 911 Commission was a closed investigation lead by a white house pawn? How come every World War seems to be preceded by an event which was known in advance? WW1 Lusitania, WW2 Pearl Harbor, Vietnam PT Boat incident (which now is known to have been a fabricated news story!!!). Now 911 sparks the "War on Terror" - do we have to wait 50 years for some govt official to admit that it was an inside job - or can we use use our own brains?! National ID Card, RFID Passport and Verichip, 2nd amendment rights trashed, FEMA camps, and I'm not even getting into the Federal Reserve because that would take a book. Does anyone care about their childrens' future, what can we do?

Asked By: - 3/11/2009
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I think it all starts with each individual. People don't know what real freedom is because they don't have it anymore. The only freedom in America is the freedom to buy what you want. Everyone has their bubble and they don't like to have it popped. It's just like if you walked up to stranger and came right out with... More
Answered By: winbape - 3/11/2009
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i'm right there with you on the mexamericanda thing but the 9/11 we did it thing is looney tunes.
Answered By: Michael D - 3/11/2009
The plans for a NAU is a serious afront to our Sovereignty and should be opposed by all Americans & Canadians... More
Answered By: Randy H - 3/12/2009
So WW1 was started by the Lusitania, and WW2 by Pearl Harbor, never mind the fact that each war had been going on for years before that. Same can be said of Vietnam. Please do more research before posting blind questions that show a lack of research... More
Answered By: rz1971 - 3/12/2009
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