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President Obama and President Nieto of Mexico Conspire to Surrender National Sovereignty

Updated on July 22, 2016
President Obama and President Nieto of Mexico hold press conference on Surrendering National Sovereignty.
President Obama and President Nieto of Mexico hold press conference on Surrendering National Sovereignty.

On July 22, 2016 there was a follow up meeting and press conference between President Obama and President Nieto of Mexico to the June 2016 North American Leaders Summit (NALS) which also included Prime Minister Trudeau of Canada. Today’s meeting and press conference focused on denouncing Donald Trump’s America first anti-globalization commitment in his Republican nomination acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention the day before. They also focused on the continued cooperation in national sovereignty stealing economic integration between the two countries popularly called The North American Union (NAU). As these economic goals progress political integration to manage them are a necessary part of the plan.

Proof of their secret plans were discovered through documents leaked in 2011 and reported by the Canadian online paper the National Post in this article Leaked U.S. cable lays out North American ‘integration’ strategy. Other proof is a copy of the leaked document titled Placing A New North American Initiative in its Economic Policy Context stored in the archives of WikiLeaks. This document states unequivocally the plan and purpose of these national leaders and the secret global elite which is in a section titled, "North American Integration: What We Know." Part of this section reads, "(SBU) Past integration (not just NAFTA but also many bilateral and unilateral steps) has increased trade, economic growth, and productivity. Studies suggest that border efficiency and transportation improvements (such as the lower cost and increased use of air freight) have been a huge part of this picture."



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