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5-14-13 Ltr to Rubio Regarding Immigration and the NAU

5-14-13 Ltr to Rubio Regarding Immigration and the NAU

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Letter to Senator Rubio regarding immigration and the North American Union
Letter to Senator Rubio regarding immigration and the North American Union

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Roy G. Callahan, USN, Ret.

1529 NW 143rd Street Gainesville, Florida 32606 Tel: (352) 332-9144 Fax: (352) 332-9144 Call6603@Bellsouth.net

Senator Marco Rubio 317 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, D.C. 20510 Dear Senator Rubio:

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Further examination of the “immigration problem” and the gang of eights proposal leads to the conclusion there is more than “”assimilating illegal aliens” at hand. The mantra that borders cannot be enforced leads to the conclusion there is an ongoing effort to eliminate borders and establish the long desired North American Union. That you support this effort is treason. Knowing that you and your ilk will call me a conspiracy theorist, I refer you to the Counsel of Foreign Relations Report “Building a North American Community” and the subsection titled “Increase Labor Mobility within North America” page 48. This section contains the recommendation:  “The large volume of undocumented migrants from Mexico within the United States is an urgent matter for those two countries to address. A long-term goal should be to create a „„North American preference” — new rules that would make it much easier for employees to move and for employers to recruit across national boundaries within the continent.” This report goes on to propose the establishment of a continent-wide, virtually borderless area reminiscent of the European Union during its formative stages:  “The Task Force‟s central recommendation is establishment of a North American economic and security community by 2010, the boundaries of which will be defined by a common external tariff and an outer security perimeter1.... Lay the groundwork for the freer flow of people within North America. The three governments should commit themselves to the long-term goal2 of dramatically diminishing the need for the current intensity3 of the governments‟ physical control of cross-border traffic, travel, and trade within North America.” The report also goes on to recommend erasing our nation‟s borders with regard to the continent‟s workforce. It proposed:  “To make companies based in North America as competitive as possible in the global economy, Canada and the United States should consider eliminating all remaining barriers to the ability of their citizens to live and work in the other country....”4
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A year before making his contribution to Building a North American Community, Robert Pastor authored an article for the January/February 2004 issue of Foreign Affairs (the CFR‟s official journal) titled “North America‟s Second Decade.” In that article, Pastor wrote:  “Trade and investment have nearly tripled, and the United States, Mexico, and Canada have experienced an unprecedented degree of social and economic integration. For the first time, “North America” is more than just a geographical expression....”  “NAFTA was the first draft of an economic constitution for North America.... Although NAFTA fueled the train of continental integration, it did not provide conductors to guide it.” National pride is a difficult impediment to the elimination of state sovereignty so those who want to eliminate borders to create a regional supra state must work incrementally — and subtly. The creation of the European Union came about over a period of several decades by establishing “free trade.” That is what is going on here. History records the consolidation of Europe began in 1951 with the establishment of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC). It contained just six members. Through several stages, the ECSC evolved into the European Community (EC), and on February 7, 1992, members of the EC —, which now numbered 12 nations — gathered in the Netherlands to sign the Maastricht Treaty. This created the European Union (EU) that led to the creation of a single European currency, the Euro. The consolidation of Europe required elimination of the continent‟s borders. The current immigration bill follows the first steps of the blueprint of the 1985, Schengen Agreement. The Schengen area now includes 26 European countries, extending from Scandinavia to the Iberian Peninsula and from Iceland to Greece. A key provision of Schengen is eliminating internal border controls with the other Schengen members, while strengthening external border controls with non-member states. This arrangement closely resembles the proposed Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (the SPP) created at the tri-party summit in Waco, Texas, on March 23, 2005 by Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin, Mexican President Vicente Fox, and U.S. President George W. Bush. In August 2007, President Bush met with Canada‟s Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Mexican President Felipe Calderón at a follow-up summit in Montebello, Quebec. Upon conclusion of this summit, Fox News reporter Bret Baier asked all three heads of government, “Can you say today that this is not a prelude to a North American Union, similar to a European Union?” President Bush scoffed at the idea. The establishment of an NAU will do in North America what the Amsterdam Treaty did in Europe when it made the Schengen agreement part of European Union law — it will transform de facto (in fact) open borders into de jure (in law) open borders. This immigration bill is an attempt by stealth to do just that. We must control illegal immigration and deny amnesty. We must defeat new “free trade” pacts between the United States and other nations. Repealing NAFTA is a must. The people of Florida did not elect you to sell this country to the highest bidder. Americans are not people of the world. We are Americans who will fight to maintain our identity. We have a Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights to defend and we will defend it. We reject this immigration bill, the planned NAU, and your effort to betray and destroy our Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights over time by stealth. You have proven unworthy of our confidence and trust. The constitutional oath you took is obviously meaningless. Consider your candidacy four years hence toast. Floridians will not accept your treachery.

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Yours in the Bill of Rights,

Roy G. Callahan Copy to Representative Ted Yoho, Governor Scott, Florida Legislature et al Fax copy to Florida‟s Congressional Republicans, U.S. Senators. Attachment: Building a North American Community``

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