North American Union ‘Leaders’ Announce Defense Goals
April 25, 2014
North American Defense Force?
The North American Union (NAU) which is the trilateral merger of the United States, Canada, and Mexico has just released a defense statement after the conclusion of its Second Trilateral Defense Summit. Citing a common geography, link between people, and trade relations they have now expanded their grip to include defense interests.
NAU Defense Goals
Collaboration will expand to include transnational threats and responses. The three countries have committed:
Update the Trilateral North American Continental Threat Assessment
Continue to identify ways to support civilian agencies
Develop mechanisms to work together to increase the efficiency with which our armed forces support civilian-led responses to disasters in direct opposition with the Constitution of the United States.
Share information regarding cyber defense challenges and approaches
Identify opportunities to synchronize defense activities
Continue to work together to strengthen hemispheric defense forums, such as the XI Conference of Defense Ministers of the Americas and the Inter-American Defense Board
Self-appointed defense leaders, who are not accountable to anyone but themselves promised to continue to meet on a regular basis and advance trilateral cooperation supposedly while respecting national sovereignty. This respecting of national sovereignty includes breaking the Constitutions and founding documents of all three countries so it is a bit paradoxical.