Congress? Constitution? Who Needs Them?
Regionalization is an element in the planned assimilation of America into a one-world government, which is being promoted by the United Nations and implemented in part by the UN’s plan for the 21rst Century, which they call Agenda 21.
This is four-year-old news, but many Americans have not yet read about this move by NORTHCOM.
This link has been online for over four years, and discerning Oath Keepers may wish to take a screen shot of this page while it’s still up -
NORTHCOM’s website unabashedly displays the arrogance of its mission by candidly announcing, in 2008, that NORTHCOM has made its own deal with the government of Canada to merge the U.S. and Canadian military at will, with no need to bother our Congress.Please note that in the background of the official NORTHCOM patch we see not a geographic depiction of America, but instead we see the three nations involved in George W. Bush’s attempted North American Union (SPP).
Because of the efforts of George W. Bush, (and follow-up efforts by Barrack Obama), to establish a North American Union, this particular story is a point of serious contention for Oath Keepers. There are serious legalities and questions of lawfulness involved with this usurpation, despite the naive and casual air of this published announcement by NORTHCOM.
The question is begged – On what Constitutional basis can NORTHCOM make a military-exchange treaty with any foreign government’s military?
Photo by U.S. Army North Public Affairs Office.
U.S. Air Force Gen. Gene Renuart, left, commander of North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command, and Canadian Air Force Lt.-Gen. Marc Dumais, commander of Canada Command, signed a Civil Assistance Plan that allows the military from one nation to support the armed forces of the other nation during a civil emergency. The signing took place at U.S. Army North headquarters, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, Feb. 14, 2008.
NORTHCOM AND CANADA COMMAND ESTABLISH BILATERAL CIVIL ASSISTANCE PLAN
February 14, 2008
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — U.S. Air Force Gen. Gene Renuart, commander of North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command, and Canadian Air Force Lt.-Gen. Marc Dumais, commander of Canada Command, have signed a Civil Assistance Plan that allows the military from one nation to support the armed forces of the other nation during a civil emergency.
“This document is a unique, bilateral military plan to align our respective national military plans to respond quickly to the other nation’s requests for military support of civil authorities,” Renuart said. “Unity of effort during bilateral support for civil support operations such as floods, forest fires, hurricanes, earthquakes and effects of a terrorist attack, in order to save lives, prevent human suffering and mitigate damage to property, is of the highest importance, and we need to be able to have forces that are flexible and adaptive to support rapid decision-making in a collaborative environment.”
“The signing of this plan is an important symbol of the already strong working relationship between Canada Command and U.S. Northern Command,” Dumais said. “Our commands were created by our respective governments to respond to the defense and security challenges of the twenty-first century, and we both realize that these and other challenges are best met through cooperation between friends.”
The plan recognizes the role of each nation’s lead federal agency for emergency preparedness, which in the United States is the Department of Homeland Security and in Canada is Public Safety Canada. The plan facilitates the military-to-military support of civil authorities once government authorities have agreed on an appropriate response.
U.S. Northern Command was established on Oct. 1, 2002, to anticipate and conduct homeland defense and civil support operations within the assigned area of responsibility to defend, protect, and secure the United States and its interests.
Similarly, Canada Command was established on Feb. 1, 2006, to focus on domestic operations and to offer a single point of contact for all domestic and continental defense and security partners.
The two domestic commands established strong bilateral ties well before the signing of the Civil Assistance Plan. The two commanders and their staffs meet regularly, collaborate on contingency planning and participate in related annual exercises.
(Active URL: http://www.northcom.mil/News/2008/021408.html )
Not taxed enough already? Does it warm your heart to think of your tax dollars financing U.S. military troop excursions in Canada? A better question is: Who can bring forward here (in the comments section under this article) any source of legitimate authority for any damned U.S. military General to make this kind of deal with a foreign General without the consent of Congress or a Constitutional amendment?
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