North American Union

Tri-Command Merges U.S.-Canada Military Policy

Monday, December 31, 2012
By Paul Martin

Dana Gabriel, Contributor Activist Monday, December 31, 2012 The Arctic has become an important part of North American perimeter security. Recently, the U.S. and Canada signed two new agreements that will expand bilateral military training, security and defense operations in the region. Both countries are working together to prepare for any real or... »

Welcome to Canada Inc., A Subsidiary of the American Corporate Empire

Monday, December 17, 2012
By Paul Martin

By: Andrew G Marshall Market Oracle Dec 17, 2012 As one of the most resource-rich countries on earth, and the largest single trading partner with the United States, Canada is strategically positioned to influence the changing nature of global power structures. Do we support – and siphon our resources for the benefit of –... »

Beyond NAFTA: Shaping the Future of North American Integration

Tuesday, December 11, 2012
By Paul Martin

By Dana Gabriel MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2012 In a move that signalled the importance placed on the NAFTA partnership, Mexico’s new president visited the U.S. and Canada before his inauguration. This was seen as a step forward in further strengthening political, economic, energy and security ties between all three countries. Other recent high-level... »

From Good Jobs To Bad Jobs To No Jobs – The Tragic Downfall Of The American Worker

Thursday, December 6, 2012
By Paul Martin December 5th, 2012 There was a time in America when virtually anyone that wanted a job could go out and get one and the United States boasted the largest and most prosperous middle class in the history of the world. Sadly, those days are long gone. Back in 1969, 95 percent of all... »

Police State North America: The U.S.-Canada Integrated Cybersecurity Agenda

Tuesday, November 13, 2012
By Paul Martin

By Dana Gabriel Global Research November 13, 2012 As part of the Beyond the Border initiative, the U.S. and Canada are strengthening cybersecurity cooperation. In a move that received little attention, both countries recently announced a joint cybersecurity action plan. Cyber threats know no national borders which has made the issue an important security... »

New Border Regime is Taking the U.S.-Canada Partnership to the Next Level

Wednesday, October 10, 2012
By Paul Martin

Dana Gabriel October 10, 2012 The Beyond the Border deal announced in December 2011 represents the most significant step forward in U.S.-Canada cooperation since NAFTA. Dual action plans are further transforming trade, regulatory and security relations between both countries. Over the next few years, various cross-border initiatives will be rolled out, with some... »


Wednesday, August 8, 2012
By Paul Martin

Book cites plans for ‘directives, laws, strategies, operational issues’ 8-8-2012 An explosive book released today documents how progressive organizations behind White House policy have crafted specific, second-term plans for President Obama to disarm U.S. border agents while imposing policies that could impede the agents’ ability to arrest infiltrators. This is in addition to... »

“It’s Been A Fun Ride, But Prepare For A Global Slowdown”

Friday, July 27, 2012
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden 07/27/2012 While in principle central banks around the world can talk up the market to infinity or until the last short has covered without ever committing to any action (obviously at some point long before that reality will take over and the fact that revenues and earnings are collapsing as... »

The End of Canada’s Sovereignty as a Nation State? Towards a U.S.-Canada Economic and Security Perimeter

Sunday, July 22, 2012
By Paul Martin July 21, 2012 Global Research Over the past several months, the U.S.-Canada Beyond the Border action plan has taken significant steps forward. This includes efforts to modernize and expand infrastructure at key land ports. In a move that went largely unnoticed, both countries also recently agreed on a statement of privacy principles that... »

U.S. Border Patrol Agents Are Being Trained To Run Away And Hide If Someone Starts Shooting

Thursday, June 28, 2012
By Paul Martin U.S. border patrol agents have incredibly dangerous jobs and they are the first line of defense for our homeland. But instead of training and equipping them properly to defend themselves and all the rest of us, the Obama administration is actually attempting to turn them into spineless jellyfish. If you can believe it,... »