Illegal Immigration:
Timeline of the Progress Toward a North American Union (NAU
Thu Jun 28, 2007 01:26

* Thursday, May 10, 2007: Amid heated charges of a coverup, Tory MPs abruptly shut down parliamentary hearings on the SPP, a controversial plan to further integrate Canada and the U.S. They shut the hearings down in reaction to the testimony of University of Alberta professor and director of the Parkland Institute Gordon Laxer, who testifies that Canadians will be left "to freeze in the dark" if the government forges ahead with plans to integrate energy supplies across North America. In response, the chair of the committee, Conservative MP Leon Benoit (Vegreville-Wainwright), rules his testimony out of order for being "irrelevant" to the hearings. When opposition MPs on the committee vote down his ruling, Benoit blurts out that he is adjourning the meeting, and proceeds to storm out with two other Conservative MPs. [Some of this information was paraphrased from the article in the Ottawa Citizen. For full article see "Tory chair storms out of SPP hearing", Friday May 11, the Ottawa Citizen, Tory chair storms out of SPP hearing.] Later, Gordon Laxer's presentation to the trade committee on SPP is officially voted in as evidence by the committee. The full testimony is printed in both the Calgary Herald and the Edmonton Journal on May 16, 2007. You can read it on Vive at: Latest News from Parkland Institute: Laxer Creates Stir on the Hill; or see the Edmonton Journal article, Canada-first energy strategy needed.
* UPCOMING June 26-29, or possibly August 2007: Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, George W. Bush, and Mexican President Felipe Calderon will meet for the planned third summit of the Security and Prosperity Partnership. We'll update details on this as we get them.

Timeline of the Progress Toward a North American Union (NAU

Clip: Bush says "We WILL have a New World Order"
He said this in front of Congress SEPT 11, 1991

Congress seems to be ignoring the will of the American people as it rushes headlong into granting amnesty to millions of intruders. FSM Contributing Editor Sher Zieve wonders if our voices and our votes have become irrelevant. Is there a deeper, more sinister plan afoot?

Illegal Immigration: Senate’s Desires Trump American People

Muckraker Report: You’ve said that you wish to secure the borders against illegal immigration and to come up with sound economic policies that decrease the flow of illegal immigration into the United States. However, there are 12 million illegal immigrants already present in the country, many of whom are working honest jobs and just trying to get by. As president, would you be willing to work with leaders within the immigrants’ rights movement to grant these people their civil liberties under the law with a goal towards eventual citizenship? Or are you in favor of deportation?

Congressman Ron Paul: While I realize that mass deportation is unrealistic, I’m opposed to amnesty, because I believe strongly in the rule of law. I see this matter chiefly as a problem of the welfare state. The majority of illegal immigrants in this country are exceptionally hard workers, but there is a small minority receiving housing subsidies, food stamps, free medical care, and other kinds of welfare from the federal government. This alienates taxpayers and breeds suspicion of illegal immigrants, which in turn causes citizens to form vigilante groups to deal with the issue while Congress does nothing. Without a welfare state, we would know that everyone coming to America wanted to work hard; with one, however, you can’t avoid a small element of criminals and freeloaders being attracted into the country. This is why I’m in favor of securing the borders immediately. Federal entitlement programs such as Social Security are also threatened by the influx of illegal immigrants into the country. Successive administrations have supported the so-called “totalization” agreements, by which illegal immigrants would be allowed to qualify for programs like Social Security, programs that are already in dire shape and threatening financial ruin for the United States. Sending benefits abroad to immigrants who once worked here will cost the United States millions, perhaps even billions, of dollars. Anyone who hopes to receive Social Security someday should oppose amnesty and totalization proposals. The problems associated with illegal immigration cannot be solved overnight, but we cannot begin to address the issue until we take the difficult steps of securing the borders, rejecting amnesty, and reaffirming our right as a sovereign nation to control immigration without apology.


You will not see this heart-stopping photo on the front
page of the NY Times or on the lead story of the major news networks.
The protestors put up the Mexican flag over the American flag flying
upside down at Montebello High School in California .

I predict this stunt will be the nail in the coffin of
any guest-worker/amnesty plan on the table in Washington. The image of
the American flag subsumed to another and turned upside down on American
soil is already spreading on Internet forums and via e-mail.

Pass this along to every American citizen in your
address books and to every representative in the state and federal
Montebello High School
2100 West Cleveland Ave.
Montebello, CA 90640
Telephone: (323) 728-0121

The Montebello High School flag flipping incident, 2006 was a local incident that became a flashpoint for conservative critics of illegal immigration.

[edit] The Incident,_2006

United States immigration debate

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