#Ptech built Supply Chain Infrastructure - Destruction of Free Market
#ProTips #GIG #GlobalInformationGrid #IoT #InternetofThings
#Ptech built Supply Chain Infrastructure - Destruction of Free Market
#ProTips #GIG #GlobalInformationGrid #IoT #InternetofThings
I have to tell you, though, I’m deeply suspicious some of the NSA’s assertions.
They seem to be claiming that they have cracked nearly everything, and that they have backdoor access to privacy software. But this is practically impossible.
A lot of encryption software used today is actually ‘open source’. This means that the software code is freely available to anyone.
GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) is a great example. GPG is an open-source, free alternative version of Phil Zimmerman’s original PGP software. And it’s widely used to encrypt files and emails.
But because GPG is open-source, the software code is available for anyone to view, inspect, and modify. If there were any backdoor access for the NSA, thousands of people would see this.
Not to mention, to penetrate a single 2048-bit encryption key can take anywhere from thousands of years to tens of millions of years, even with the fastest supercomputers.
Consequently, it’s IMPOSSIBLE for the NSA to have cracked everything. And my assessment is that this is an intimidation campaign.
The NSA wants people to think that they have this capability.
And if everyone thinks that the NSA is Big Brother’s Big Brother, all-seeing and all-knowing, then not only will everyone be terrified, but everyone will simply stop using encryption.
After all, why bother going through the hassle of encrypting/decrypting if the NSA can still read the contents of your email?
It’s in the NSA’s interest for people to think that the agency is almighty. I don’t buy it. These people are seriously vile. But they don’t have superpowers.
When done properly, email encryption is still a good option. And there are a number of open-source tools out there to consider using.
#SPREADTHIS -> (AMY GOODMAN): ‘What are you facing? When you say “the lesser of two evils,” what was the other choice?’ *
(LADAR LEVISON): ‘Unfortunately, I can’t talk about that. I would like to, believe me. I think if the American public knew what our government was doing, they wouldn’t be allowed to do it anymore, which is why I’m here in D.C. today speaking to you.’
I watched an interview about this last weekend. If you don’t know the details, I strongly suggest you read up and be horrified and write letters and vote because holy crap, this is not how the US should be running. (via monkeyfrog)
#BREAKING: HALF OF #TOR SITES #COMPROMISED, INCLUDING #TORMAIL :(
The problem isn’t the National Security Agency. It’s the Patriot Act and what it represents as we watch the modern surveillance state take shape — in secret.
It’s been more than 24 hours since the enterprising Glenn Greenwald revealed that the National Security Agency has been gathering the phone records of millions of Verizon customers. The idea is to match calls against a larger database of numbers used by suspected jihadists. After turning up relevant calling patterns, the NSA could then uncover the identities of the callers. But the Verizon-NSA story was not a one-off.
The news was followed by another revelation about the NSA on Thursday — this one disclosing that the agency has been accessing confidential user data held by Silicon Valley firms through secret backdoor access as part of a program, code-named PRISM.
Even the most hard-boiled cynic about the rise of the Big Brother state has to wonder what’s going on here.
For the folks who had prophesied that the passage of the Patriot Act set the U.S. on a slippery slope of unchecked government surveillance, these revelations are a predictable vindication of their warnings. But if past is prologue, the crazy thing is how little any of this this will matter to most people.
Sure, the civil liberties types are running around as if their hair is on fire. But the vast majority of the country is likely to tune out before tuning into the next episode of something really important to their lives, like “American Idol.” Maybe we trust government more than the opinion polls let on because Americans don’t seem to care very much about the building of a vast surveillance state in secret.
The political leadership in Washington says everything’s fine and that the government is doing the right thing. The White House set the tone with its defense of “a critical tool” in the fight against terror. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Saxby Chambliss followed the White House’s lead, defending the collection of this vast trove of information, which they said had helped thwart attacks against the homeland.
"I know that people are trying to get to us," Feinstein said. ”This is the reason why the FBI now has 10,000 people doing intelligence on counterterrorism. This is the reason for the national counterterrorism center that’s been set up in the time we’ve been active. It’s to ferret this out before it happens. It’s called protecting America.”
Yes, some “people are trying to get us” though that’s part of a broader discussion about America’s place in the world. I don’t like having to trust Feinstein at her word because there’s no legal way to find out whether she — or the rest the government — is bending the truth or working off flawed information. (WMDs in Iraq, anyone?)
But this is just after-the-fact grousing by yours truly. We traded away a lot in return for the promise of more security when Congress passed the Patriot Act into law in 2001 (and then extended it in 2011.) All that’s left to prevent an uber-powerful super-spy agency from going rogue is the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, which meets behind closed doors and whose proceedings are usually shrouded in secrecy.
Coming down with buyer’s remorse yet? You ought to be.
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The whistle-blower responsible for leaking confidential NSA documents in one of the most serious breaches in U.S. political history has come forward.
Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old former CIA technical assistant, claims he passed the classified information that blew open a number of intense surveillance operations to the media because he doesn’t ‘want to live in a society that does these sort of things.’
Snowden, who now works for Booz Allen Hamilton, a defense contractor for the National Security Agency, caused a firestorm after he leaked the top-secret documents to The Guardian over several days of interviews.
Whistle-blower: Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old former CIA technical assistant, claims he passed the classified information to the media
He said he wanted to own up to the leak because he didn’t believe he’d done anything illegal.
'I have no intention of hiding who I am because I know I have done nothing wrong,' he told The Guardian.
Explaining his decision to disclose the sensitive documents, North Carolina native said: ‘I understand that I will be made to suffer for my actions,’ but ‘I will be satisfied if the federation of secret law, unequal pardon and irresistible executive powers that rule the world that I love are revealed even for an instant.’
He said he was bracing for the government to demonize him, but he hoped that his coming forward would not divert attention away from the revelations he made public.
'I really want the focus to be on these documents and the debate which I hope this will trigger among citizens around the globe about what kind of world we want to live in,' he told The Guardian.
'My sole motive is to inform the public as to that which is done in their name and that which is done against them.'
Snowden was living ‘a very comfortable life’ with his live-in girlfriend in Hawaii, where he earned $200,000 with Booz Allen.
But he said: ‘I’m willing to sacrifice all of that because I can’t in good conscience allow the U.S. government to destroy privacy, internet freedom and basic liberties for people around the world with this massive surveillance machine they’re secretly building.’
According to The Guardian, Snowden copied the final set of documents he intended to disclose three weeks ago, at the NSA office in Hawaii where he had been working.
He then told his boss and his girlfriend that he’d be away for a few weeks, keeping the reasons vague as only someone working in intelligence can, and on May 20, he boarded a plane to Hong Kong, where he remains.
He chose Hong Kong because ‘they have a spirited commitment to free speech and the right of political dissent,’ he said.
Snowden said he has been holed up in a hotel room since arriving in the city, leaving it just three times for fear he’s being spied on.
He described to the newspaper how he rims the door of the plush hotel room, where he is eating all of his meals, with pillows to prevent anyone from eavesdropping.
Snowden has good reason to be concerned. The NSA - the most powerful and secretive organization in the world - is hunting him down, having visited his home in Hawaii twice and already contacted his girlfriend.
Sitting in his hotel room alone, he has watched television reports and read articles online since the news of the leaks first broke, and he is well aware of the threats being thrown his way.
And given the Obama administration’s track record at prosecuting whistle-blowers, he fully expects to get the same treatment. But he insists he is not afraid of what lies ahead because ‘this is the choice I’ve made,’ he told The Guardian.
According to newspaper, he broke down just once during the series of interviews, when he was discussing the impact his actions would have on his family, many of whom work in government agencies or departments. He said these fears for his family’s welfare kept him up at night.
Snowden’s ability to get to the center of the NSA is impressive given he attended community college in Maryland to obtain his high school diploma but dropped out before completing.
Ten years ago he enlisted in the US army and began a training program to join the Special Forces, explaining to The Guardian that he wanted to fight in the Iraq war because he felt he had an obligation as a human being to help free people from oppression - the same reason he is giving to justify his leaks. But he broke both his legs in a training accident and was discharged.
He got his first NSA job working as a security guard at one of the agency’s facilities at the University of Maryland before moving to the CIA to work on IT security. There, he rose quickly.
He was given more and more access to top-secret documents as he climbed the ranks. And in 2007, he was stationed with diplomatic cover in Geneva, Switzerland, where he was responsible for maintaining computer network security.
The clearance sparked his concern for the intense surveillance detailed in the documents.
He told The Guardian of one incident where CIA operatives got a Swiss banker drunk in an effort to recruit him as an informant to obtain secret banking information.
He said they encouraged him to drive home intoxicated in his car and when he was arrested for DUI, the undercover agents offered to help and managed to recruit the banker after the favor.
He said this and other things he witnessed in Geneva disillusioned him about how his government worked and how this in turn impacted the world.
'I realized that I was part of something that was doing far more harm than good,' he said.
He told The Guardian that he first considered exposing the Government’s secrets in Geneva but he chose not to because he didn’t want to endanger anyone - the CIA deals in people rather than systems or technology.
When he quit that role in 2009, he took up a job with an outside contractor and was assigned to an NSA facility in Japan.
He said he was disappointed President Obama advanced the policies he was hoping the newly elected President was stamp out, and that ‘hardened’ him.
He said he could no longer wait around for someone else to act, and after spending three years learning just how ‘intent’ the NSA was to make every conversation and behavior in the world known to them, he took the leap.
The immigration reform measure the Senate began debating yesterday would create a national biometric database of virtually every adult in the U.S., in what privacy groups fear could be the first step to a ubiquitous national identification system.
Buried in the more than 800 pages of the bipartisan legislation (.pdf) is language mandating the creation of the innocuously-named “photo tool,” a massive federal database administered by the Department of Homeland Security and containing names, ages, Social Security numbers and photographs of everyone in the country with a driver’s license or other state-issued photo ID.
Employers would be obliged to look up every new hire in the database to verify that they match their photo.
This piece of the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act is aimed at curbing employment of undocumented immigrants. But privacy advocates fear the inevitable mission creep, ending with the proof of self being required at polling places, to rent a house, buy a gun, open a bank account, acquire credit, board a plane or even attend a sporting event or log on the internet. Think of it as a government version of Foursquare, with Big Brother cataloging every check-in.
“It starts to change the relationship between the citizen and state, you do have to get permission to do things,” said Chris Calabrese, a congressional lobbyist with the American Civil Liberties Union. “More fundamentally, it could be the start of keeping a record of all things.”
For now, the legislation allows the database to be used solely for employment purposes. But historically such limitations don’t last. The Social Security card, for example, was created to track your government retirement benefits. Now you need it to purchase health insurance.
“The Social Security number itself, it’s pretty ubiquitous in your life,” Calabrese said.
David Bier, an analyst with the Competitive Enterprise Institute, agrees with the ACLU’s fears.
“The most worrying aspect is that this creates a principle of permission basically to do certain activities and it can be used to restrict activities,” he said. “It’s like a national ID system without the card.”
For the moment, the debate in the Senate Judiciary Committee is focused on the parameters of legalization for unauthorized immigrants, a border fence and legal immigration in the future.
The committee is scheduled to resume debate on the package Tuesday.
Blowing the Whistle on the #NSA (by @corbettreport)
TRANSCRIPT AND SOURCES: http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=7271
Thanks to these insiders, we not know that the NSA has consistently and systematically broken the law in its surveillance activities, and in fact that these programs started before 9/11, which served merely as a justification for bringing them into the public spotlight. Find out more about the NSA whistleblowers in this week’s BoilingFrogsPost Eyeopener report.
#Anonymous - To America - You ARE being WATCHED-1.8 Billion Megapixel Camera. #Argus - #NWO
We are Anonymous
We are Legion
We do Not forgive
We do Not forget
#Anonymous - What is #INDECT 2013 (New Version) [english] (by @AnonNewsDE) #SpreadThis
!!! PLEASE WATCH UNTIL THE END !!!
What is the INDECT project? INDECT is a great research project which should lead to the development of innovative tools to ensure the protection of European citizens. The Security of citizens is one of the top priorities of the European Union. The INDECT project aims to develop effective solutions against terrorist and criminal threats. Our priority is to enhance surveillance, to automate threat recognition through an intelligent analysis of the behavior of citizens. In this context, the indect project also aims to strengthen monitoring web: data analysis, videos, photos, texts… How the INDECT project can facilitate monitoring? For many years, countries of the European Union have developed the implementation and use of video surveillance, that we call now CCTV protection (closed-circuit television) to avoid controversy. Despite increased visibility of public space, video surveillance is imperfect. The flaw of this system is the human element.
Security guards in front of their screens can not see everything, can not hear everything, do not necessarily take the right decisions. The human being is limited. A human being does not have the ability to identify all the individuals in a crowd, a man can not collect and display all the necessary data, he can not create effective links with data from the Web. The INDECT project offers a perfect system,excluding as much as possible the human presence in the process of analysis and monitoring. The INDECT project offers intelligent monitoring, clean, flawless, by the use of automated programs. With this automated monitoring, the system can see everything, hear everything, analyze everything, with the possibility of correlations between the data from the surveillance, data from the web and police data. The objective is to identify any threat.
How will INDECT be able to identify threats? The INDECT system will use many interconnected modules that can perform multiple functions: -Collect information -Analyze information -Communicate data -Obey queries
To understand this concept based on nodes, imagine you have a giant spider web that filters all information. To collect physical data INDECT will process data taken from : -Surveillance cameras -UAV (unmanned aerial vehicles) - GSM-GPS Trackers -Microphones And many other sensors.
All behavior will be analyzed and correlated with other data without your consent. INDECT is an intelligent data analysis first: -Face Recognition -Licence plate recognition -Behavior-recognition -Recognition of threat situations -Visualization of relationships and social interactions via the internet.
The system will identify individuals, track, correlate various data such as police data or data from the web environment. Several parameters will allow systems to determine potential threats. For example, the system will analyze whether : -You’re walking in the wrong direction -You are in a group -You’re strolling in the night hours -You’re sitting too long -You are on the road -You run - … You will be totally transparent to the system, whether you accept it or not. But do not worry, all this has been developed to ensure your security.
What could be the future opportunities of such a system? We guarantee INDECT will obey, enforce laws and will respect a code of ethics ensuring the privacy of our citizens. But as laws change and governments change, threats change too. Once the infrastructure of the system is installed, once everything is interconnected and automated, the web will be woven, nothing will be impossible. It will be possible to change the system parameters. We can, for example use the system to: -Identify members of a movement events and dismantle this threat -Tackle the challenges, preventing gatherings, identifying leaders -Monitor political opponents, locate them permanently INDECT system infrastructure may in the future be used to ensure political stability. We can also consider selling this system to companies or to foreign countries to help governments maintain order indect system is the promise of a world which be safer, more stable, more consistent, more transparent, more orderly. INDECT project aims to protect the population against itself
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The Last Word on Privacy (by corbettreport)
TRANSCRIPT AND SOURCES: http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=6660
On December 28, 2012, in the midst of the holiday news break and under cover of the “fiscal cliff” hype, the US Senate quietly voted to approve a renewal of amendments to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Although hardly discussed at the time and almost never brought up since, the 2008 FISA Amendments Act represented a fundamental change to the US government’s official, on-the-record approach to the collection of personal data on its own citizens and others around the world. Find out more about the FISA Amendments Act, Facebook, and the end of privacy in this installment of The Last Word from corbettreport.com
Anonymous is planning a global protest tomorrow.
In a campaign called Operation Big Brother, the Worldwide Day Of Protest Against Surveillance appears to be plotting action from citizens in over a dozen countries in an organized effort against government use of surveillance systems such as Europe’s INDECT and America’s Trapwire.Using a Google Map to pull in and track protesters by location, Operation Big Brother is supposed to visibly demonstrate what’s going on during the protest. Yet little is known about how it will be implemented other than the suggestion, “IRL protest (…) unofficial information and defacing.” News of the protest is being shared on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Pastebin, while opt-in protest locations are being tracked with a Google Map. The protest was announced in August after a WikiLeaks leak of private intelligence firm Stratfor’s documents revealed the global use and implementation of American surveillance system Trapwire. It was first tacked onto a pre-existing European anti-government-surveillance protest, Stop INDECT. But now on its Operation Big Brother Twitter feed and ancillary online outlets, Anonymous is hinting at bigger plans. Information about the protest is being shared by Operation Big Brother (@OpBigBrother) and there is a #OpBigBrother Worldwide call to protest against Surveillance SystemsFacebook Event Page. Both Trapwire and INDECT combine various intelligent surveillance technologies with tracking and location data, individual profile histories from various sources (data mining and social media), and image data analysis (such as facial recognition — Trapwire’s video component) to monitor people.
The video voiceover states:
Dear activists for the protection of privacy, dear people from all over the world. We are Anonymous. We call you to act now against overall Surveillance-Systems. Worldwide governments are about to demolish Privacy with Systems like Trapwire and Indect. Those network surveillance technologies sniff the CCTV cameras, government databases and the Internet to identify people and make a profile of citizens, their families and their socializing.
Trapwire is used by private entities, the U.S. government, “and its allies overseas.” In mid-August when the Google Map and Operation Big Brother became public there was only a small cluster of pins indicating participants for the October 20 protest only in Europe. Now, people in dozens of cities in 15 countries around the globe have joined the protest against government use of the surveillance technologies on citizens. Countries include Germany, the U.K., the United States, Australia, Russia, Philippines, Venezuela, and Pakistan.
Trapwire and INDECT’s opponents believe that the surveillance systems to be direct threats to privacy and certain civil freedoms and that their implementation could constitute human rights violations.
The ACLU this summer called Trapwire “deeply problematic” and elaborated on the term “the surveillance-industrial complex,” saying:
It’s always surprising when security agencies feel they can activate far-reaching surveillance tools without any public knowledge or debate. We’re supposed to be living in a democracy; that’s what these security agencies are supposed to be protecting—they shouldn’t be helping themselves to dramatic new powers over citizens whenever the latest technology makes that possible.
Just this week, the ACLU commented on San Francisco law enforcement using a subpoena to get location information on a suspect via the city’s public transit Clipper Card database. Chris Conley, an attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California said, “As with all location information, Clipper cards can tell quite a bit about a person — it could show that a person got off BART at a rally.” California Watch wrote:
Many cardholders might not realize that data tracking their every move on public transit is stored on computers and available to anyone with a search warrant or subpoena. Personal data can be stored for seven years after a Clipper account is closed, according to the commission’s policy.
Regardless of the outcome of tomorrow’s planned protest, the push by Anonymous shows a keen and persistent interest in pushing back the reach of surveillance technologies.
4 star Cyber General doesn’t know what an IP Address is - #NWO
And this is one of the guys that’s at the head of America’s cyber defense team.
What did Congress do in those 40 months?
Some of these were already standing.
-EXECUTIVE ORDER 10990 allows the government to take over all modes of transportation and control of highways and seaports.
-EXECUTIVE ORDER 10995 allows the government to seize and control the communication media.
-EXECUTIVE ORDER 10997 allows the government to take over all electrical power, gas, petroleum, fuels and minerals.
-EXECUTIVE ORDER 10998 allows the government to take over all food resources and farms.
-EXECUTIVE ORDER 11000 allows the government to mobilize civilians into work brigades under government supervision.
-EXECUTIVE ORDER 11001 allows the government to take over all health, education and welfare functions.
-EXECUTIVE ORDER 11002 designates the Postmaster General to operate a national registration of all persons.
-EXECUTIVE ORDER 11003 allows the government to take over all airports and aircraft, including commercial aircraft.
-EXECUTIVE ORDER 11004 allows the Housing and Finance Authority to relocate communities, build new housing with public funds, designate areas to be abandoned, and establish new locations for populations.
-EXECUTIVE ORDER 11005 allows the government to take over railroads, inland waterways and public storage facilities.
-EXECUTIVE ORDER 11049 assigns emergency preparedness function to federal departments and agencies, consolidating 21 operative Executive Orders issued over a fifteen year period.
-EXECUTIVE ORDER 11051 specifies the responsibility of the Office of Emergency Planning and gives authorization to put all Executive Orders into effect in times of increased international tensions and economic or financial crisis.
-EXECUTIVE ORDER 11310 grants authority to the Department of Justice to enforce the plans set out in Executive Orders, to institute industrial support, to establish judicial and legislative liaison, to control all aliens, to operate penal and correctional institutions, and to advise and assist the President.
-EXECUTIVE ORDER 11921 allows the Federal Emergency Preparedness Agency to develop plans to establish control over the mechanisms of production and distribution, of energy sources, wages, salaries, credit and the flow of money in U.S. financial institution in any undefined national emergency. It also provides that when a state of emergency is declared by the President, Congress cannot review the action for six months.
Feel free to verify the “executive orders” at will… and these are just the major ones…
I’m sure you’ve all heard the tale of the “Frog in the Pot”… you all comfortable???
Watch Obama’s actions, not his words! By his actions he will show you where America is headed.
When it comes to Barack Obama, one of the most important things to understand is that he is a committed globalist. He firmly believes that more “global governance” (the elite don’t like to use the term “global government”) will make the world a much better place. Throughout his time in the White House, Obama has consistently sought to strengthen international institutions such as the UN, the IMF, the World Bank and the WTO. At every turn, Obama has endeavored to more fully integrate America into the “global community”. Since he was elected, Obama has signed a whole host of new international economic agreements. He regularly speaks of the need for “cooperation” among global religions and he has hosted a wide variety of different religious celebrations at the White House. Obama once stated that “all nations must come together to build a stronger global regime”. If you do not want to live in a “global regime” that is just too bad. To globalists such as Obama, it is inevitable that the United States of America will be merged into the emerging global system. Just this week, Obama has issued a new executive order that seeks to “harmonize” U.S. economic regulations with the rest of the world. This new executive order is yet another incremental step that is pushing us closer to a North American Union and a one world economic system. Unfortunately, most Americans have absolutely no idea what is happening.
The American people need to understand that Barack Obama is constantly looking for ways to integrate the United States more deeply with the rest of the world. The globalization of the world economy has accelerated under Obama, and this latest executive order represents a fundamental change in U.S. economic policy. Now federal regulators will be required to “harmonize” their work with the international community. The following is how this new executive order was assessed in a recent Businessweek article….
Obama’s order provides a framework to organize scattered efforts to promote international regulatory cooperation, the chamber’s top global regulatory official said today.
“Today’s executive order marks a paradigm shift for U.S. regulators by directing them to take the international implications of their work into account in a consistent and comprehensive way,” Sean Heather, vice president of the chamber’s Center for Global Regulatory Cooperation, said in an e-mailed statement.
Members of the Obama administration are touting this as a way to “reduce regulation”, but the truth is that this is much more about aligning ourselves with the rest of the world than anything else.
Obama’s “Information Czar”, Cass Sunstein, authored a piece in the Wall Street Journal on Monday in which he stressed the need to eliminate “unnecessary regulatory differences across nations” so that the United States can compete more effectively in our “interdependent global economy”. The end result of this process will be that we will now do things much more like how the rest of the world does things….
In an interdependent global economy, diverse regulations can cause trouble for companies doing business across national boundaries. Unnecessary differences in countries’ regulatory requirements can cost money, compromising economic growth and job creation. Think of divergent requirements for car headlights, or the labeling of food, or standards for container sizes.
Recognizing this, President Obama’s Jobs Council has called for U.S. agencies to better align U.S. regulations with those of our major trading partners. And today the president is issuing an executive order, “Promoting International Regulatory Cooperation,” with a simple goal: to promote exports, growth, and job creation by eliminating unnecessary regulatory differences across nations.
But a one world economic system is not going to arrive overnight. Initially, it is much more likely that there will be a very strong push toward North American integration first. The goal will be to shape North America into an integrated regional economic unit similar to the EU. Cass Sunstein discussed how this new executive order will affect North American integration on the White House website on Tuesday….
The new Executive Order will build on work that is already underway. We have started close to home, with President Obama launching Regulatory Cooperation Councils with Prime Minister Harper of Canada and President Calderon of Mexico. The Councils are implementing work plans to eliminate or prevent the creation of unnecessary regulatory differences that adversely affect cross-border trade; to streamline regulatory requirements; and to promote greater certainty for the general public and businesses, particularly small- and medium-sized enterprises, in the regulation of food, pharmaceuticals, nanotechnology, and other areas. The United States and Canada released the United States-Canada Regulatory Cooperation Council (RCC) Joint Action Plan last December. In February, we announced the United States-Mexico High-Level Regulatory Cooperation Council (HLRCC) Work Plan.
Most Americans have absolutely no idea how far plans to integrate the United States, Canada and Mexico have advanced.
Last year, Barack Obama signed an agreement to create a “North American security perimeter” and most Americans never even heard about it because the mainstream news networks almost entirely ignored it.
But this is exactly what the globalists want. They don’t want people to become alarmed by these moves toward North American integration. In fact, a document uncovered by Wikileaks shows that those involved in the effort to integrate North America believe that an “incremental” approach is best. Apparently they believe that small moves toward integration are less likely to alarm the general population. The following is from an article that appeared in The National Post last year….
The integration of North America’s economies would best be achieved through an “incremental” approach, according to a leaked U.S. diplomatic cable.
The cable, released through the WikiLeaks website and apparently written Jan. 28, 2005, discusses some of the obstacles surrounding the merger of the economies of Canada, the United States and Mexico in a fashion similar to the European Union.
“An incremental and pragmatic package of tasks for a new North American Initiative (NAI) will likely gain the most support among Canadian policymakers,” the document said. “The economic payoff of the prospective North American initiative … is available, but its size and timing are unpredictable, so it should not be oversold.”
If the people of Canada, the United States and Mexico were told that there was a plan to merge all three economies, there might be massive protests to stop it, and the globalists do not want that.
A few years ago, the “Security and Prosperity Partnership Of North America” (SPP) that was being promoted by President George W. Bush started to generate quite a bit of negative publicity. That caused those seeking to integrate the economies of North America to back off for a little while.
But as an article by Jerome Corsi last year detailed, the eventual goal is to turn North America into another version of the eurozone. That includes a common currency for North America called the “amero”….
The SPP in the administration of President George W. Bush appeared designed to replicate the steps taken in Europe over a 50-year period following the end of World War II to transform an economic agreement under the European Common Market into a full-fledged regional government, operating as the European Union, with its own currency, the euro, functioning as the sole legitimate currency in what has become known as “the eurozone.”
The concern under the SPP has been that the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, could be evolved into a regional government, the North American Union, with a regional currency, the amero, designed to replace the U.S. dollar, the Mexican peso and the Canadian dollar.
So will we ever see the “amero” replace the U.S. dollar?
If the globalists try to introduce the “amero”, it would probably be after a horrible financial crisis in which the U.S. dollar falls apart. The “amero” would be heralded as the “solution” to the problems that were plaguing the dollar.
Or maybe we will just move to a digital currency, See: Smart I.D.’s
If there ever is a move to get rid of the U.S. dollar for an international currency of some kind, the American people will need to resist it with all of their might.
The more integrated the world becomes, the more likely it becomes that we will see nightmarish global tyranny someday. It is very frightening to think of what someone very evil might do if they had the chance to run the entire planet.
Once our national sovereignty is gone, it will be incredibly difficult to get back. If the American people don’t take a stand while they still can, their children may wake up someday as citizens of a very oppressive “global regime”.
Also See: “Global Sovereign” and “Global Citizenship”