Military To Crackdown On North American Union Protesters

Posted: September 8, 2008 in 2007, Articles
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Secretive SPP confab to be protected by 25km military cordon, forums blocked

Steve Watson

day, July 25, 2007

The US army is to enforce a huge security perimeter around the upcoming North American Union meeting in Canada this August as well as cracking down on expected protests, having already shut down a public forum due to take place close to the event.

The Security and Prosperity Partnership meeting in Montebello, Quebec on August 20 and 21 is to be policed by American forces, who along with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) have already refused to allow the Municipality of Papineauville, which is about six kilometres from Montebello, to rent a community centre
to the Council of Canadians action group who were planning to hold a public forum the night before the confab to express their concerns about the meeting and the issues being discussed.    >>>>READ MORE<<<<

..start–>Scores In Congress Protest North American Union Agenda
As a secretive “Security and Prosperity Partnership” (SPP) meeting between the Mexican, Canadian and U.S. heads of states begins this week in Quebec, 22 members of the House of Representatives have put their names to a letter to President Bush demanding their concerns be heeded and that the administration back off the stealth program.

SPP Summit: The Militarization of North America
Canadian jurisdiction over its Northern territories was redefined, following an April 2002 military agreement between Ottawa and Washington.

Partnership viewed as a threat to sovereignty
A coalition of Canadian, American and Mexican energy workers’ unions yesterday denounced the SPP as a threat to each nation’s energy sovereignty.

Protests begin ahead of Montebello summit
Hundreds of activists rallied on Parliament Hill to protest the secretive nature of the upcoming summit in Montebello, involving North America’s three political leaders.


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