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Stan Jones on Free Trade

 


NAFTA leads to American Union as part of one-world Communism

I risk sounding like a conspiracy theorist, but it's no longer a theory. What I'm about to say is fact. The secret organizations of the world power elite are no longer secret. They have planned and are now leading us into a one-world Communist government

The combining of national government started with the European Union--that union started with trade agreements; then a common currency, the Euro; & now a European Parliament that is feverishly passing laws that override the laws of the member nations

Now it's North America's turn. Building on NAFTA, the Commerce Department is busy drafting laws and regulations for a North American Union, a union of the Canada, America, and Mexico. No treaty has been signed, so Congress has not become not involved However, money from our treasury is now being spent for this effort. We will have a new currency, the Amero; and a new Constitution, modeled on the Soviet Union's constitution.

Huge amounts of property will be taken in the name of free trade.

Source: 2006 Montana 3-way Senate Debate at MSU Oct 9, 2006

So called Trade Agreements are unconstitutional

Q: Do you support the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)?

A: No.

Q: Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA)?

A: No.

Q: The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)?

A: No.

Q: Do you support continued US membership in the World Trade Organization (WTO)?

A: No.

Jones adds, "The so called "Trade Agreements" are not just trade agreements but are international treaties that are against the constitution. The WTO has been given power to override our laws--unconstitutional."

Source: 2006 Congressional National Political Awareness Test Aug 29, 2006

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