OP ED – Kevin Parkinson of Cornwall Ontario on Canada US Border Concerns – December 12, 2011

I read your post on the Cornwall Free News on the border situation and agree that there are more questions than answers concerning border security, policing and setting precedents.

We have known for some time that the North American Union is in the works, is always on the back burner and kept away from the public eye. This Conservative government is operating in complete secrecy, beating civil servants over the head and running everything out of the PMO.

Guy Lauzon is out of the loop. In the Conservative government the MP’s are simply puppets doing the bidding of Harper. They are irrelevant and powerless. The House of Commons is a toothless tiger.

I wrote about the border situation exactly two years ago and have posted that article below. I believed then, as I do now, that Canada is undergoing “deep integration” with the United States and has been doing that for quite a while. It got started under Paul Martin and I think it has always been part of Harper’s plan from the beginning. It’s never in the media because the government doesn’t want any opposition to its plan of integration.

Things are going to get worse before they get better. I think the whole ‘smuggling’ issue is a huge diversion in order to create a crisis and then get government to fix it. But the problem is that they we have no say in what the ‘fix’ will be. With technology, surveillance and communications today the government could take out smugglers on the St. Lawrence River if it wanted to. I think they’re letting it happen. You have to examine all possibilities.

A future Canadian government press release might read like this:

“In view of the continuation of the dangerous smuggling activities in the Cornwall/Lancaster region, we have             decided to combine policing and border service initiatives with the United States and integrate these services     for the safety and protection of Canadian citizens.”

Don’t you feel better already?

David Icke calls this ” problem/reaction/solution.” The government creates a crisis so it can bring in often unpopular legislation as the ‘fix.’ Would the Patriot Act ever have seen the light of day without 9/11? I think not.

Our Canadian sovereignty will became part of history unless we apply political pressure now.


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