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Stop the North American Union. Idaho First State to Pass Legislation

18th April 2007 by Arrow Durfee Posted in Uncategorized

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> HISTORY MADE TODAY IN BATTLE TO STOP CODEX- IDAHO
> BECOMES FIRST STATE TO OPPOSE N.AMERICAN UNION
>
> NO NORTH AMERICAN UNION—- RESIST THE NEW WORLD
> ORDER—- NO NAFTA SUPERHIGHWAY!!!NO CODEX!!
>
> Idaho’s legislature is the first to pass a resolution
> which opposes the
> Security and Prosperity Partnershipof North
> America, the North American Union,andthe NAFTA
> Superhighway
>
> 14 States have introduced legislation in either their
> House or Senate that
> calls for removing the USA from further
> participation in the Security and
> Prosperity Partnership of NorthAmerica and
> opposes the North American Union, but
> history was made today when IDAHO became the FIRST
> STATE to pass such
> legislation,
> we must now work very hard to get all others to
> follow!
>
> By passing this legislation at theState level,
> Idahoans have told Bush, and
> their US Senators andCongressmen that they prefer to
> continue living in
> America, that they oppose the Executive Branch
> signing treaties without any
> congressional oversight, that they oppose the
> Executive Branch (including the
> FDA)harmonizing our nations laws with Canada’s and
> Mexico’s behind closed doors
> where
> we can’t see whats going on.
>
> They’re sending a strong message that the second
> amendment, and all other
> Constitutional rights are still in effect in Idaho,
> and that they REFUSE to
> become the slaves of a bunch of multinational
> corporate collectivists who oppose
> individual rights. They’ve opposed the FDA’s
> Trilateral Cooperation Charter with
> Canada/Mexico via this action, and so have opposed
> CODEX restrictions on
> their vitamins. We’d better follow their lead, or
> we’re going down- HARD. Its
> time
> to awaken our friends, family and neighbors to whats
> going on right under our
> noses! No one can afford to be complacent anymore,
> its time toGET BUSY!
>
> WE MUST NOW PASS SIMILAR LEGISLATION IN ALL OTHER
> STATES- EASY INSTRUCTIONS
> HERE:
>
> 13 other states that have introduced such
> legislation in either their House,
> their Senate or both, and we must approach State
> legislators in additional
> states to urge introduction of the legislation
> there. See this site for the 13
> other states that have similar legislation pending
> weblink:www.stopthenau.org/Current_Activities.htm
>
> If your state isn’t one of them, google your state
> legislatures, write down
> the names and contact info for your state senators
> and representatives- get in
> touch with them and educate them on this issue!
>
> Tell them you want your state to pass legislation
> similar to Idaho’s in order
> to inform Bush and your Senators and Congressman in
> Washington DC that you
> want the US to get OUT of the Security and
> Prosperity Partnership of North
> America and that you OPPOSE the North American Union
> they’reforcing us into.
> Tell
> them you specifically want language added to oppose
> the FDA’s Trilateral
> Cooperation Charter with Canada and Mexico
> because its an illegal attempt by the
> FDA
> to make an end run around the Dietary Supplement
> Health & Education Act of
> 1994. Tell them you want them to help you push
> for Congressional oversight in DC
> on this.
>
> Direct your state legislators here to see Model
> Legislation that they should
> introduce:
> weblink:www.jbs.org/campaigns/nau/ModelResolution.pdf
> (but have
> them ADD language to specifically oppose FDA’s
> Trilateral Cooperation Charter
> with Canada and Mexico and to educate them on
> that,direct them to the IAHF
> petition here:
>
weblink:www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/373269232#body
>
>
> DETAILS ON WHAT HAPPENED IN IDAHO-LANGUAGE OF THEIR
> RESOLUTION
>
> Today the Idaho Senate passed,by a vote of 24 to 7,
> HJM005,a resolution â⒬Ŕ
> Stating findings of the Legislature and urging
> Congress to use all efforts,
> energies and diligence to withdraw the United
> Statesfrom any further
> participation in the Security and Prosperity
> Partnership of North America or any
> other
> bilateral or multilateral activity that seeks to
> advance, authorize, fund or in
> any way promote the creation ofany structure to
> create any form of North
> American Union.â⒬� (See resolution language
> below)
>
> Since the Idaho Househad already adopted HJM005 by
> voice vote on March 12,
> todayâ⒬ⓢs Senate vote means that Idaho is the
> first state to pass an
> anti-NAU/SPP resolution in both houses.
>
>
HJM005……………………………………….by
> REVENUE AND TAXATION
> SECURITY AND PROSPERITY PARTNERSHIP OF NORTH AMERICA
> – Stating findings of
> the Legislature and urging Congress to use all
> efforts, energies and diligence
> to withdraw the United States from any further
> participationin the Security and
> Prosperity Partnership of North America or any other
> bilateral or
> multilateral activity that seeks to advance,
> authorize,fund
> or in any way promote the creation of any structure
> to create any form of
> North American Union.
>
> LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OFIDAHO ]]]]
> Fifty-ninthLegislature First Regular Session – 2007
>
>
> IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
>
> HOUSE JOINT MEMORIAL NO. 5
>
> BY REVENUE AND TAXATION COMMITTEE
>
> 1 A JOINT MEMORIAL
> 2 TO THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OFTHE
> UNITED STATES IN
> CONGRESS
> 3 ASSEMBLED, AND TO THE CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION
> REPRESENTING THE
> STATE OF
> 4 IDAHO IN THE CONGRESSOF THE UNITED STATES.
>
> 5 We, your Memorialists,the House of Representatives
> and the Senate
> of the
> 6 State of Idaho assembled in the First
> RegularSession of the
> Fifty-ninth Idaho
> 7 Legislature, do hereby respectfully representthat:
>
> 8 WHEREAS, the U.S.Department of State, the U.S.
> Department of
> Commerce and
> 9 the U.S. Department of Homeland
> Securityparticipated in the formation
> of the
> 10 Security and Prosperity Partnership of North
> America(SPP) on March 23,
> 2005,
> 11 representing a trilateral agreement between
> Canada, Mexico and the
> United
> 12 States designed, among other things, to
> facilitatecommon regulatory
> schemes
> 13 between these countries; and
> 14 WHEREAS, reports issuedby the SPP indicate that
> it has implemented
> regu-
> 15 latory changes among the three countries
> thatcircumvent United States
> trade,
> 16 transportation, homeland security and border
> securityfunctions and that
> it is
> 17 the intention of SPP to continue toward a
> NorthAmerican Union in the
> future;
> 18 and
> 19 WHEREAS, the actions taken bythe SPP to
> coordinate border
> security by
> 20 eliminating obstacles to migration betweenMexico
> and the United States
> actu-
> 21 ally makes the United States-Mexico border
> lesssecure and more
> vulnerable to
> 22 possible terrorist activities, and Mexico is the
> primary source
> country of
> 23 illegal immigrants, illegal drug entry and
> illegalhuman smuggling
> into the
> 24 United States; and
> 25 WHEREAS, according to the U.S. Department of
> Commerce, the United
> States
> 26 trade deficits with Mexico and Canada
> havesignificantly increased
> since the
> 27 implementation of the North American Free Trade
> Agreement (NAFTA),
> and the
> 28 volume of imports from Mexico has soared since
> NAFTA, straining
> security
> 29 checks at the U.S. border; and
> 30 WHEREAS, the economic and physical security of
> the
> UnitedStates is
> 31 impaired by the potential loss of control of
> itsborders attendant to
> the full
> 32 operation of NAFTA and the SPP; and
> 33 WHEREAS, the regulatory andborder security
> changes implemented and
> pro-
> 34 posed by the SPP violate and threaten United
> Statessovereignty; and
> 35 WHEREAS, the NAFTA Superhighway System from the
> west coast
> ofMexico
> 36 through the United States and into Canada hasbeen
> suggested as part
> of a
> 37 North American Union to facilitate trade between
> theSPP countries; and
> 38 WHEREAS, the stabilityand economic viability of
> the U.S. ports
> along the
> 39 western coast will be seriously compromised by
> huge cargos
> off-loaded at
> 40 cheaper labor cost from foreign traders intothe
> ports of Mazatlan and
> Lazaro
> 41 Cardenas; and
> 42 WHEREAS, the state of Texashas already approved
> and begun planning
> of the
> 43 Trans-Texas Corridor, a major
> multi-modaltransportation project
> beginning at
> 44 the United States-Mexico border,which would serve
> as an initial
> section of
> 2
>
> 1 the NAFTA Superhighway System; and
> 2 WHEREAS, plans of Asian trading powers to divert
> cargo from
> U.S. ports
> 3 such as Los Angeles to ports in Mexico will only
> put pressure on
> border
> 4 inspectors, interfering with their already
> overwhelming job of
> intercepting
> 5 the flow of drugs and illegals flowing into this
> country; and
> 6 WHEREAS, future unrestricted foreign trucking into
> the United
> States can
> 7 pose a safety hazard due to inadequate maintenance
> and inspection,
> and the
> 8 Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA)
> lack of background
> checks for
> 9 violations in Mexico, lack of drug and alcohol
> testing, lack of
> enforcement of
> 10 size and weight requirements and lack of national
> security procedures,
> which
> 11 threaten the American people and undermine the
> very charge given
> to our
> 12 homeland security agency to defend our borders
> against these threats;
> and
> 13 WHEREAS, the Eisenhower National Highway System
> was designed
> for the
> 14 national security of the United States
> formovement of the military,
> purposes
> 15 of commerce from state to state, not from foreign
> countries, and this
> highway
> 16 system should not be compromised by treaties or
> agreements with
> other coun-
> 17 tries that would supplant the control and
> managementof our nation’s
> highways
> 18 by our U.S. Department of Transportation and the
> various states; and
> 19 WHEREAS, we strongly object to any treaty or
> agreement, which
> threatens to
> 20 violate national security, private property,
> United States commerce,
> constitu-
> 21 tional rights and American sovereignty and
> emphasize our commitment
> to the
> 22 Pacific Northwest Economic Region (PNWER) and
> other cooperative
> working
> 23 nations in mutual beneficial goals; and
> 24 WHEREAS, this trilateralpartnership to develop a
> North American
> Union has
> 25 never been presented to Congress as an agreement
> or treaty, and has had
> virtu-
> 26 ally no congressional oversight; and
> 27 WHEREAS, recent reports on internet news, Friday,
> January 26,
> 2007,
> 28 WorldNetDaily, stating that Congressman
> Poe(R-Texas) asked about the
> U.S.
> 29 Department of Transportation’s work with the
> trade group North American
> Super-
> 30 Corridor Coalition, Inc. (NASCO) and the
> department’s plans to
> build the
> 31 Trans-Texas Corridor, Congressman Poe was told
> that the NAFTA agreement
> super-
> 32 highway corridor plans exist to move goods from
> Mexico through the
> United
> 33 States to Canada; and
> 34 WHEREAS, American citizens and state and local
> governments
> throughout the
> 35 United States would be negatively impacted by the
> SPP process.
> 36 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the members of
> the First Regular
> Session
> 37 of the Fifty-ninth Idaho Legislature, the House
> of Representatives
> and the
> 38 Senate concurring therein, that we emphatically
> urge and petition the
> Congress
> 39 of the United States and particularly the
> congressional delegation
> represent-
> 40 ing the state of Idaho to use all efforts,
> energies and diligence to
> withdraw
> 41 the United States from any further participation
> in the Security and
> Prosper-
> 42 ity Partnership of North America or any
> otherbilateral or multilateral
> activ-
> 43 ity that seeks to advance, authorize, fund or in
> anyway promote the
> creation
> 44 of any structure to create any form of North
> American Union.
> 45 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that House Concurrent
> Resolution 40 of the
> First
> 46 Session of the 110th Congress addresses the
> concern herein expressed
> by the
> 47 state of Idaho.
> 48 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that we are asking our
> congressional
> delegation,
> 49 our U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary
> Mary E. Peters and
> President
> 50 Bush to reject appropriated federal fuel tax
> dollars for such SPP or
> NAFTA
> 51 when there is such a need for fuel tax dollars to
> be dedicated to the
> needs of
> 52 the states in the U.S. in order to maintain our
> highway system.
> 53 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Chief Clerk of
> the House of
> Representa-
> 54 tives be, and she is hereby authorized and
> directed to forward a copy
> of this
> 55 Memorial to the President of the Senate and the
> Speaker of the House of
> Repre-
>
> 3
>
> 1 sentatives of Congress, and the congressional
> delegation representing the
> 2 State of Idaho in the Congress of the United
> States.
>
> Statement of Purpose / Fiscal Impact
> STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
> RS17145
> The purpose of this legislation is to send the
> message tothe Congressof the
> United States, and particularly the congressional
> delegation representing the State of Idaho that theFirst Regular Session of the Fifty-ninth Idaho Legislature, the Senate and the House of
Representatives concurring therein, that the
> Congress of the United States, and particularly the
> congressional delegation
> representing the State of Idaho,are hereby urged and
> petitioned to use all of
> their efforts to withdraw the United States from any
> further participation in
> the
> Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America
> and anyother bilateral or
> multilateral activity which seeks to advance,
> authorize, fund or in any way
> promote the creation of any structure to accomplish
> any form of North American
> Union.
>
> FISCAL NOTE None
> CONTACT:Name: Representative JoAn Wood
> Phone: 208-332-1000
> Representative Cliff Bayer
> Representative MarvHagedorn
> Senator Shirley McKague
> Senator Monte Pierce
> Senator Mel Richardson
> weblink:www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6Xs8bposCc
>
> For Health Freedom,
>
> John C. Hammell,
> PresidentInternational Advocates for Health Freedom
> 556 Boundary Bay Road
> Point Roberts,
> WA 98281-8702
> USA
> weblink:www.iahf.com
> jham@…
> 800-333-2553 N.America
> 360-945-0352 World
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