Canadian public sleepwalking into North American Union: Obama and Harper set to sign secretive arrangement
Research Fellow refers to Canadian sovereignty as an “allergy”
Edited by John Stokes
The Conservative government is set to formally establish a North American Union (NAU) in the guise of a “landmark security and trade deal with the United States, designed to create a perimeter around North America and allow people and goods to flow more freely across the border.”
Sources suggested that Prime Minister Stephen Harper and President Barack Obama will sign the broad-ranging NAU agreement in Washington as early as next month, which will over-ride Canadian social policy; universal public healthcare rights, and Canadian constitutional rights in general.
Colin Robertson, a senior research fellow with the Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute, said the Agreement is an attempt by the Canadian government to link security to improved access to the U.S. for Canadians.
“‘Perimeter’ is a vital word because back in the Chrétien government days we couldn’t use it because we would get caught up in the sovereignty allergy we too often have,” he said. “It makes a lot of sense.”
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