In 2007, I published “The Late, Great USA: The Coming Merger with Mexico and Canada,” my second book to make the New York Times bestseller list.
I wrote this book to expose the “New World Order” behind the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, SPP, that President George W. Bush announced at the conclusion of the 2005 summit in Waco, Texas, the U.S. held with Mexico and Canada.
The book exposed Robert Pastor, then a professor of politics at American University. Pastor had been instrumental in the task force created by the Council of Foreign Relations that produced a plan in March 2005 entitled, “Creating a North American Community.”
In his book, Pastor championed a consensus of the intellectual elite that the United States, Mexico, and Canada to evolve the three countries into a regional government, the North American Union (NAU), based upon the model used to create the European Union. The EU evolved from a coal and steel agreement, into a common market, and finally a regional government, that empowered an unelected bureaucracy in Brussels and Luxembourg to overrule the national sovereignty of the EU member nation states. Similarly, Pastor and his associates saw NAFTA as the first incremental step leading to the creation of the NAU.
The book exposed how the globalist plan involved massive outsourcing of manufacturing to slave labor in China, with the goods exported in supertanker container ships to deep-water ports in Mexico. From there the goods in containers would be transported into the United States along the Texas Corridor, a mile-wide new superhighway financed by a private company based in Spain through a public-private partnership that would give Spain an equity position in the superhighway. Known as the Trans-Texas Corridor (TTC), goods moving along the superhighway would make their way to a Mexican customs office in Kansas City. From there, the TTC would connect with the railroads in Canada, the goods would move both east and west, to Canadian ports on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. The new continental transportation system thus designed to import goods in accordance with a new series of multinational trade agreements based up the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.
My book was instrumental in bringing national attention to this globalist ambition. The resulting backlash compelled President Obama to let die the many “working groups” constituted by bureaucrats from the United States, Mexico, and Canada to create a new North American regulatory structure and a new NAU currency, the Amero.