Video: Connie Fogal, Canadian Action Party: North American Union threats to Canadian sovereignty (2007)

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November 06, 2007 — Connie Fogal, the Leader of the Canadian Action Party explains the threats to Canadian sovereignty, culture, and economic future by the North American Union (NAU), also known as the Security and Prosperity Partnership or 'Deep Integration'. This interview was conducted in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; in August, 2007; during the SPP summit with Presidents Bush and Calderon (Mexico) and Prime Minister Harper (Canada) in Montebello, Quebec. CAP info: http://www.canadianactionparty.ca



NAU/SPP is the scheme being implemented by the leaders of Canada, the United States and Mexico to merge the three nations into one European-style Socialist entity, with no borders, an "Amero" replacing the dollar and peso, and 'harmonizing' all laws to the most Socialist possible level. Following the EU plan, a 'North American Parliament,' presidency and constitution would render subordinate all national constitutions, laws and rights.



YOUR rights and freedom are endangered under this scheme, and whether you are Canadian, American or Mexican, we urge you to preserve your independence by insisting this scheme be abandoned now.



This is an edition of Conservative Roundtable, the nationally broadcast conservative television program hosted by Howard Phillips, and produced by The Conservative Caucus. Art Harman is the creator, producer and showrunner.



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