10 Sivan 5775
Do you even have to ask? If you still have doubts, prepare to lose them.
Henry Kissinger: "...I think [Obama's] task will be to develop an overall strategy for America in this period when really a New World Order can be created. It's a great opportunity...."
If you don't understand yet why America's borders have been thrown wide open, it's because it is now defacto a single state with Mexico (and probably Canada, too). The "North American Union"is a done deal, people. Even without an announcement.
Why we need a North American Passport
The future of the United States lies in North America. This is not a geographic truism, but a strategic imperative. Generations of Americans, distracted by far-flung crises, have long taken our own region for granted. This must change if the 21st century is to be an American century. The United States, Canada and Mexico are bound by a shared economic, environmental, demographic and cultural destiny. How we move forward together is key to our success.
In recognition of our shared destiny, the three countries should create a North American passport that would, over time, allow their citizens to travel, work, invest, learn and innovate anywhere in North America. Work, tourist and student visas are necessities in the modern world to regulate the flow of people between sovereign states.
In the North American context, much like within the European Union, our economies and societies are far more integrated than our immigration system recognizes -- and a North American passport, much like the EU passport, would align our laws with reality.
I realize that, at nearly 50 mins, the following video requires a large time commitment to view; however, it may be the most important one you'll see this year, or maybe ever.
(Now, you know why the United States Declaration of Independence was signed on the 17th of Tamuz.)