USMCA Will Secure Integration of North America

Written by  Kristin Kenowski Monday, 10 December 2018 16:24

On November 30, 2018, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) was officially signed by U.S. President Donald Trump, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Thankfully it is not yet in full force as the NAFTA replacement still needs to be approved by the legislative bodies of all three countries before becoming officially binding. This means it becomes even more crucial to educate America on the USMCA's glaring shortcomings and prevent congressional approval! 

The dangerous narrative to believe is that the horrible aspects of NAFTA will now be put to rest under this new deal. President Trump has even been boasting that this is “one of the most important, and largest, trade deals in U.S. and world history. … The terrible NAFTA will soon be gone. The USMCA will be fantastic for all!” 
 
But one only needs to do a little translating to discover the true purpose of the USMCA. While President Trump touts it as the best trade deal ever, at the signing Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto explained in Spanish how the USMCA will secure economic integration for Mexico, the United States, and Canada. Just as NAFTA was crafted to further the globalists’ agenda of the economic and political integration of North America, its replacement, the USMCA, is designed for the same purpose, but is carefully disguised as the perfect solution to unfair tariffs and the large trade deficits between countries. 
 
Using the European Union as an example of the nearly full economic and political integration of a regional trading bloc, we can understand how present-day regional "trade deals" are set up to deceptively integrate the affected countries' economies and eventually unify their politics under a supranational layer of government. The suffocating European Union caused British voters to opt out and exit the EU with Brexit. Let's stay one step ahead and not enter into the dangerous USMCA deal to begin with. 
 
The USMCA abandons liberty through: further integration, a North American Union (NAU) jumpstart, and the surrendering of sovereignty.

  • Further integration: Economic integration of all three North American countries would erode American independence by subordinating power to various agencies of the United Nations and the World Trade Organization.

  • Jumpstarts a NAU: The USMCA establishes a new governing international bureaucracy, the Free Trade Commission, which is a stepping stone towards the North American Union. This commission would infringe on Congress's exclusive Constitutional power to regulate trade with foreign nations. 

  • Surrender sovereignty: Under this deal, the United States would lose control over its own economy and eventually would no longer be independent or be able to make major political decisions by itself. In this way the USMCA would eventually surrender the freedoms we currently have in America. 
 
If you are a supporter of the U.S. Constitution and our nation’s sovereignty, now is the time to take action! The USMCA is not yet a done deal. Urge President Trump and Congress to exit NAFTA and reject the USMCA. 
 
Actions to Take: 
  1. Apply pressure on Congress by working with your state legislators to introduce and pass a resolution based on the “Model Anti-NAU Resolution for State Legislatures,” which is a petition from your state legislature to Congress, asking Congress to vote no on the USMCA agreement.
  2. Educate voters and opinion molders with the “USMCA: A TPP Redux?” TNA reprint (free download or purchase print copies). 
  3. Consider donating to help us reach even more patriots. 
Image from Wikipedia, by Shealah Craighead, public domain. 
 

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