Tuesday, July 1, 2014


Since 1871 the United States president and the United States Congress has been playing politics under a different set of rules and policies. The American people do not know that there are two Constitutions in the United States. The first penned by the leaders of the newly independent states of the United States in 1776. On July 4, 1776, the people claimed their independence from Britain and DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC was born. And for 95 years the United States people were free and independent. That freedom ended in 1871 when the original “Constitution for the united states for America” was changed to the “THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA”.update to page


Former general and CIA chief David Petraeus (shown), a key figure in the
globalist Council on Foreign Relations and the shadowy Bilderberg
network, boasted at a recent conference that the United States of
America is set to be merged into the continental regime being erected
under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Speaking at the
Margaret Thatcher Conference on Liberty last week in London, the
ex-commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan and Iraq essentially
celebrated the end of U.S. independence — and by extension, the demise
of the Constitution.



The non-violent revolution begins July 5.

Celebrate the 4th like its the last one ever. Then … Saturday and Sunday, you stay home.

No gas station, no supermarket, no spending…..NONE.

Corporations are designed to make money off us…. the GOVERNMENT became an ‘inc.’ in 1871….

TO ABOLISH THE ACT OF 1871 Where Democracy was born , we the do won’t a democratic repubic of 1776
not a Democracy

From this point forward… we all must push for the abolishing of the corporation which is literally a MONOPOLY.

July 5th (saturday), July 6th (sunday).


“After America comes North America,” Petraeus said confidently in
answering the question about what comes after the United States, the
theme of the panel discussion. “Are we on the threshold of the North
American decade, question mark? I threw that away — threw away the
question mark — and boldly proclaimed the coming North American decade,
says the title now.” He also boasted about how the three economies have
been put “together” over the last 20 years as part of the
“implementation” of the North American Free Trade Act.

The “highly integrated” forces of Canada, the United States, and
Mexico, Petraeus continued, will become the world’s powerhouse for
energy and science. “There are four revolutions that are ongoing at
various levels in each of the countries but foremost in the United
States,” said the former CIA chief, who now serves as chairman of the
KKR Global Institute. “The energy revolution is the first of those,
which has created the biggest change in geopolitics since the rise of
China since 1978.” The other “revolutions” include IT, manufacturing,
and life sciences, which, “as highly integrated as they are, allow you
to argue that after America comes North America,” he added.

Petraeus, who resigned from leading the CIA “killing machine” in
disgrace after his extramarital affair was exposed, also touted advances
in genetics and especially robotics. He suggested robots would soon be
displacing huge numbers of manufacturing workers across North America
and even the world. Combined with the wave of illegal immigrants
currently pouring across the southern U.S. border as part of what
officials and critics have said is an orchestrated operation endorsed by
the Obama administration, the competition for jobs, then, will become
even more intense. Indeed, the wage gap between the United States and
Mexico is narrowing.

The former CIA boss also commented on a broad range of other topics
at the London summit. He demanded “immigration reform,” for example,
perhaps linked to what he termed the “unique” demographics of the three
NAFTA countries. Turning to Iraq and the escalating crisis there,
Petraeus also cautioned against air strikes without a more coherent
strategy. “The United States cannot be the air force for the Shia
militias,” he said. Separately, he claimed that Washington, D.C.,
politics was the biggest threat to U.S. national security.

Most of the establishment press missed Petraeus’ comments at the
summit, as well as the significance of what he was saying. Outside of
the alternative media and a blog post about the London gathering in the
U.K. Telegraph, in fact, there was virtually no coverage of the comments
on the “North American” superpower that the senior establishment figure
openly claimed was going to take over after America’s dominance fades.

One of the few to catch it all was reporter David Knight at Infowars.
“He essentially dances on the grave of the sovereign state of America
that he says is being replaced, or has been replaced, by NAFTA,” Knight
said in a newscast about Petraeus’ extreme comments. “Of course, it’s
ironic that Margaret Thatcher was essentially driven out of being the
U.K. prime minister after she opposed the idea of getting rid of
nation-states in the European Union when she went to Bilderberg.” In
recent years, Petraeus has become a regular at the annual Bilderberg
summits, where top globalists in Big Business and Big Government meet.

It is not the first time, though, that Petraeus has been openly
touting the establishment dream of building a “North America” by
smashing American sovereignty — and by extension, self-government and
guarantees for individual liberties under the U.S. Constitution. Earlier
this year, for example, writing in the CFR’s Foreign Affairs
publication, Petraeus was similarly boasting about the ongoing merger in
a piece entitled “Perfect Partners: North America’s Shared Future” he
authored with fellow fringe globalist and ex-World Bank President Robert

In the piece, the globalist duo wrote that “all three countries have
the chance to forge a new forward-looking agenda for North American
competitiveness and integration.” The term integration, of course, was
and continues to be used to describe what is happening around the world
as formerly sovereign nations are merged into unaccountable regional
regimes such as the EU, the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR),
the African Union, ASEAN, the Gulf Cooperation Council, and more.
Globalists around the world often use the term “New World Order” to
publicly describe the end game.

In the article for the CFR, a key globalist driver of North American
“integration” and the erosion of sovereignty worldwide, Petraeus also
called for an “ambitious strategy” to “strengthen North America.” He
suggested “adopting policies that foster” a more “integrated region,”
inaccurately describing America’s system of self-government under
constitutional rule of law as a “democracy” — a form of government
abhorred by the Founding Fathers, who established a federal Republic.

The three “democracies” in North America, he said, need a “common
vision” so the “region” can “meet its full potential.” While NAFTA laid
the foundation, Petraeus said what is required now is “a comprehensive
and interlocking program of policies and projects that draws together
not only the three countries’ national governments, but also their state
and provincial authorities, private sectors, and civil societies.” Why
such a program was supposedly needed was not immediately clear, but it
is happening quickly.

Virtually every realm of government policy, though, should be
continental in scope, Petraeus suggested. He called for “continental
cooperation” in “security, commerce, and protection of the environment.”
The continent must also have a “unified energy strategy,” Petraeus
said. Even foreign policy should entail a “common approach,” and crime
fighting should feature enhanced “North American coordination,” the
globalist operative declared. He concluded by calling on Obama to work
with the government leaders of Mexico and Canada to “advance the shared
future North America needs.”

Before writing the CFR piece touting the end of U.S. sovereignty,
Petraeus teamed up with Michael O’Hanlon, a senior fellow at the
globalist Brookings Institution, to advance the same narrative in the
Washington Post. “With all of these advantages, together with our North
American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) partners, the energy-rich and
economically dynamic Canada and Mexico, we could be on the threshold of
the New North American Decades,” the duo wrote in an April, 2013,
opinion piece. Mexico’s corrupt and dysfunctional economy, of course, is
rarely described as “dynamic” by serious observers.

Separately, in late January at the Emirates Center for Strategic
Studies and Research (ECSSR) in Abu Dhabi, Petraeus expanded on the
radical vision for the continent and its peoples in a speech entitled
“The Coming North American Decades.” “The world is on the threshold of
what might be called the North American Decades,” he declared after a
lengthy introduction touting his credentials, United Nations awards, and

Petraeus again cited the “four revolutions” underpinning his dubious
theories about “North America,” but as usual, failed to mention the fact
that all of the “integration” is proceeding quietly and under the
radar. Indeed, as Americans and Canadians discover what is happening,
the opposition to the “North America” scheming continues to grow like
wildfire. Still, the process of regionalization and sovereignty
destruction is accelerating, too — all over the world, but especially in
North America.

The North American Union (NAU), of course, has been a top goal of
senior globalists in all three countries for over a decade. The supposed
brainchild of CFR operative Robert Pastor, often dubbed the “Father of
the NAU,” U.S. diplomatic cables from the embassy in Ottawa leaked by
WikiLeaks offered a great deal of insight into the truly radical plot.
Among other topics, the document, signed by the U.S. ambassador to
Canada at the time, discusses ways of getting around national
constitutions and even the possibility of an eventual “monetary union”
across the continent.

Pastor died earlier this year after having credited the
constitutionalist John Birch Society organization, an affiliate of this
magazine, for the demise of his extreme NAU schemes. However, as
Petraeus’ ongoing celebration of North American “integration” reveals
clearly, the plot to quash American sovereignty under various regional
and global governance regimes is far from dead yet. In fact, at this
moment, U.S. “trade” officials are quietly plotting with the EU and
various governments along the Pacific Rim to erect even broader “free
trade” regimes that threaten to obliterate what remains of American
sovereignty. Already, transnational “NAFTA tribunals” are overruling
U.S. courts and laws, with the process accelerating.

If Americans do not rise up soon to stop the dangerous “integration”
schemes, their national sovereignty and independence will continue to be
eroded until it is all but gone. The loss of U.S. independence will
inevitably be accompanied by the further loss of freedom,
self-government, God-given rights, and likely prosperity as well. That
is what globalists such as Petraeus and his cohorts at the CFR and
Bilderberg intend. Whether they will get their wish, though, depends
largely on the levels of resistance mustered by everyday Americans,
Mexicans, and Canadians to the wild plot.