Free Trade Area Of The Americas
Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA)
the planned extension of NAFTA to all of South America is a prelude
to World Government under the UN. Top officials of 34 nations in the
western hemisphere gathered to negotiate a plan that would
revolutionize the way their countries interact with each other. "We
are working to be a Free Trade Area of the Americas, " said
- World Affairs Council in 2002, "and we're determined to
complete those negotiations by January of 2005." "...nothing
will distract us, nothing will deter us, in completing this great
work." (video) . The real goals driving the plan are not so
publicly promoted. Strobe Talbott Editor for Time Magazine, and
later Deputy Secretary of State under Bill Clinton says "Nationhood
as we know it will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single,
global authority." Henry Grunwald, former editor in chief for
Time Magazine and later Ronald Reagan’s Ambassador to Austria,
declares that "The nation-state will undergo sharp limitations
of its sovereignty.." and "Just as the old, petty
principalities had to dissolve into the wider nation-state, the
nation-state will have to dissolve into wider structures."
Henry Grunwald (CFR) Wall Street Journal, Jan 1, 2000. The January
edition of the New Republic proclaimed "America is surrendering
its sovereignty to a world government. Hooray." Senior editor
Rober Wright announced, "World government is coming. Deal with
it." He also says "Much power now vested in the
nation-state is indeed starting to migrate to international
institutions... world government is probably in the cards... and
what's more, it's a good idea." Former National Security
Advisor - Zbigniew Brezezinski, explains this strategy to his fellow
globalists, "We cannot leap into world government in one quick
step... The precondition for eventual globalization - genuine
globalization - is progressive regionalization, because thereby we
move toward large, more stable, more cooperative units."
Zbiginiew (CFR) Gorbachev's State of the World Forum Sept 28, 1995.
You can see this model in the European Union. First theirs started
with the European's Coal & Steal Community 1951 (ESCS) this
treaty merged the coal and steel industries of six nations, into one.
In 1957 the nations agreed to expand this institution into the
European Common Market. They were told it was done to eliminate
mutual trade barriers so that a huge prosperity zone would develop.
The first step they took was NAFTA.
It was started by George Bush Sr, but it was successfully pushed
through congress by Bill Clinton. "NAFTA is not a conventional
trade agreement but the architecture of a new international system."
Henry Kissinger (CFR) L.A. Times, July 18, 1993. Only a year after
the introduction of NAFTA, President Clinton succeeded in pulling
American into the World
Trade Organization (WTO).
Right after Clinton hosted the 1994 Summit Of The Americas in Miami,
here the proposal for a FTAA was formally announced, with the initial
exception of Cuba. The
FTAA would expand NAFTA to include all nations in the western
Mexican President.. "Eventually, our long-range objective is to
established with the US but also with Canada, our other regional
partner, an ensemble of connections and institutions similar to those
created by the European Union." Vicenta Fox. Trade issues is
nearly a disguised reason to eventually unite all the nations.
Arthur R. Thompson, CEO, the John Birch Society.
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