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Canada, U.S. agree to use each other’s troops in civil emergencies

February 23, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments
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Canada, U.S. agree to use each other’s troops in civil emergencies.

Very disturbing. In 1992, Clinton had signed a similar agreement with the United nations giving the UN military control over the US in case of “civil unrest.” The reasoning from one account that I read was that American troops were less likely to fire upon fellow Americans in time of war.

Now we see that agreement broadening.

evidence of a plan for a “North American union” where foreign troops, not bound by U.S. laws, could be used by the American federal government to override local authorities.

“Co-operative militaries on Home Soil!” notes one website. “The next time your town has a ‘national emergency,’ don’t be surprised if Canadian soldiers respond. And remember — Canadian military aren’t bound by posse comitatus. “~Canada.com

I wonder how far that this is going to go? How many liberties are we going to give up? Cries of “Arbeit Mach Frei” call across the decades. We have learned nothing if we let our freedoms erode into an ocean of complacency. Six million souls went to slaughter and the world slept. Arbeit Mach Frei.

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