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The Late Great USA: NAFTA, the North American Union, and the Threat of a… (edition 2009)

by Jerome R. Corsi Ph. D. (Author)

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Title:The Late Great USA: NAFTA, the North American Union, and the Threat of a Coming Merger with Mexico and Canada
Authors:Jerome R. Corsi Ph. D. (Author)
Info:Threshold Editions (2009), 301 pages, First Paperback Edition
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The Late Great U.S.A.: The Coming Merger With Mexico and Canada by Jerome R. Corsi

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NAFTA, the North American Union, and the threat of a coming merger with Mexico and Canada
  jhawn | Jul 31, 2017 |
Conspiracy or the truth ? Are we really in for a merger of North American countries. This book has a strong focus on China as the ultimate winner and describes a trade route into the US from China through a Mexican port, Kansas City and San Antonio and New Orleans and the Mississippi. Whether this is about to happen or not, it is still worth reading. I recall a button worn by a Canadian I met in a Salvation Army Store in Toronto in 2001, stressing that the US must be kept from taking over Canada. ( )
  carterchristian1 | Oct 24, 2009 |
  worldsedge | Mar 3, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0979045142, Hardcover)

In "The Late Great USA," Jerome Corsi argues that the benignly-named "Security and Prosperity Partnership," created at a meeting between George W. Bush, Stephen Harper and Vincente Fox, is in fact the same kind of regional integration plan that led Europe to form the EU. According to Corsi, the elites in Europe behind the EU knew that "it would be necessary to conceal from the peoples of Europe what was being done in their name until the process was so far advanced that it had become irreversible." Could the same thing be happening here? Is American sovereignty doomed?

Using dozens of documents secured through the Freedom of Information Act and his trademark hard-hitting interviews, Corsi sets out a chilling view of America's possible "harmonized" future - one being created covertly, without voter input or Congressional oversight. Could our government's unfathomable position on illegal immigration be tied to the prospect of an integrated North American Union?

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Author Corsi shows that the benignly-named "Security and Prosperity Partnership," created at a meeting between George W. Bush, Stephen Harper and Vicente Fox, is in fact the same kind of regional integration plan that led Europe to form the EU. According to Corsi, the √©lites in Europe who wanted to create a European nation knew that "it would be necessary to conceal from the peoples of Europe just what was being done in their name until the process was so far advanced that it had become irreversible." Could the same thing be happening here? Is American sovereignty doomed? Using dozens of documents secured through the Freedom of Information Act and hard-hitting interviews, Corsi sets out a chilling view of America's possible "harmonized" future--one being created covertly, without voter input or Congressional oversight. Could our government's unfathomable position on illegal immigration be tied to an integrated North American Union?--From publisher description.… (more)

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