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Thursday, December 20, 2007

Jarey speaks out about the North American Union

Father Dave and I have had an ongoing discussion off this forum about the state of political affairs in North America.

Dave has an historical interest in the United States, as you may have discerned from his website. He is an admirer of such American figures as Robert E. Lee and Martin Luther King, Jr. Unfortunately, IMHO, the America of Robert E. Lee and M.L. King Jr. that he admires is in the past, although Dave disagrees with this assessment. The America we have now may soon disappear as well. We're on a clear path to being one big, happy(?) country from Alaska to Guatamala. One big border. This will be George Bush's legacy. We are already flooded with illegal Mexicans and other illegal immigrants. I suppose now more of us can live in Mexico.

Some of you are perhaps aware of the efforts by Bush and his elitist cronies, along with the governments of Mexico and Canada to form a 'North American Union' or NAU, similar to the EU. The US dollar, the peso and the Canadian loonie (dollar) will go away and our universal currency will be called an 'Amero'. This will all take place without Congressional oversight or control by the year 2010. No voting by our Congress will be necessary. The traitors trying to implement this have, however, learned a few things since the establishment of the European Union, in that the countries of Europe were given the chance to approve their new Constitution and a few countries voted against it, whereas we will not be given that opportunity.

There has been a globalist conspiracy going on for a long time, and since 1974, under Jimmy Carter, they began to take over our government. He appointed members of the CFR (Council on Foreign Relations) to the NAC (National Security Council). Subsequent presidents have added to their numbers in our government. The CFR dates back to 1921, and in 1996 published its history, available on its website, (Note that they even call themselves 'elitists'.)

"The membership of the CFR includes past Presidents, Ambassadors, Secretaries of State, Wall Street investors, international bankers, foundation executives, think tank executives, lobbyist lawyers, NATO and Pentagon military leaders, wealthy industrialists, journalists, media owners and executives, university presidents and key professors, select Congressmen, Supreme Court Justices, Federal Judges, wealthy entrepreneurs, and as many as ten 9-11 Commission Members. "

Due perhaps more to its origins, associations, and history, than to its current composition and activities, the CFR does have a reputation as one of the "triumvirate of elite organizations" together with the Bilderberg and the Trilateral Commission. Elitism doesn't necessarily preclude the ability to provide unbiased and useful service however."

I used to hear about them and their intentions and thought, "Well, why don't they just take over if they're so powerful?" But, they're really too weak and too sneaky than to just make an outright grab for power. They have worked behind the scenes as a sort of shadow government and are now almost ready to announce the new order of things. All with the agreement, I hesitate to use the word 'blessings', of Bush and the leaders of Mexico and Canada when they set up an organization called the SPP or 'Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America' in March of 2005.

The candidates in the last US election were John Kerry and George Bush. Both of them are Harvard graduates and belong to the same political club at Harvard, the Skull and Bones Society, I believe it's called. What are the odds that the candidates of our two major parties would both come from exactly the same background? Unless it was carefully planned by the elitists and the media under their control. So, as usual, we were left with the choice of the lesser of two evils. Perhaps now we have to wonder which was the lesser one? I am ashamed to say that I voted for Bush, but for the most part the sheeple had no good choice between the two, Bush and Kerry. Bush especially pulled a fast one on the American people, promoting himself as a 'compassionate conservative'. Not compassionate and not conservative, except in comparison to Kerry perhaps.

Formation of the NAU would mean the U.S. giving up it's sovereignty, as well as Canada and Mexico, ripping up our Declaration of Independence and altering our Constitution. All of this really seems unbelievable, but 'business is business' as the saying goes and that's what this is all about. Trade agreements; NAFTA, GATT, now CAFTA (Central American Free Trade Agreement). The elitist, international corporations are willing to trade our freedom to enhance their corporate bottom lines.

I wish this was just my own personal ranting and raving, but it's becoming more well known in the U.S., with a few presidential candidates, Tom Tancredo, Ron Paul, ?, expressing their opposition to it. Most people (sheeple) know nothing about it. There is still some chance that it can be overcome, but it will take a lot of effort. Hopefully, you don't think that I am totally crazy and have made all of this up, because it does sound bizarre, but here is one site, among others, that tells the tale.

If you care to investigate further, you can Google 'North American Union', not NAU, and you'll find much more information. Also, a website called is very informative.

God help us all as this is a long-term global conspiracy to establish the 'New World Order' that Bush's father talked about, and all nations, including Oz, are under the gun.
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Friday, December 07, 2007

Mother Rectoress reflects on Jo's 'Night in the Ring'

I read with interest Jo's article at Father Dave's website regarding her experience with boxing and how facing an opponent in the ring offered her parallels in life to the way we deal with issues in our life.

I really liked the concept that boxing forces you to focus on the now, how you will respond rather than who your ego thinks you are - that in the ring, pretence is not an option, running away is not an option and isolation (without relationship) is not an option. I hope I understood you correctly Jo?

I wanted to respond as it struck me that for many of us there are many situations that get us there. For me it is singing. i.e. I cannot be better than I am in a performance (even if I wish I was), I cannot fall apart, I cannot ignore my audience and the way my insecurities may affect their experience. (Let me say I am no accomplished singer though I wish I was. It gets me there all the same.) I believe this is why reality TV has taken off. Survivor, Biggest Loser etc. They all push people beyond their boundaries, beyond choices that help us avoid, beyond pretence. The survival drive is essential to lift us above our insecurities and ego's and that's why we love it. They take us for a time beyond ourselves and yet offer a reflection of ourselves at the same time in the way we respond. Love it!

A recent documentary by Ewan McGregor on his motorcycle trip around the world also touched on this when he said the bit he loves most is when all he can think about is riding and surviving the bends. That there is no room for anything else can be of great relief to us and very necessary to us at points in our life.

Our safe, well informed lives have protected us from the buzz of the here and now in so many ways. In today's world we do not need to face emotional conflict one on one if we don't want to. Hey we don't even fight wars face to face anymore. For many of us we don't have to worry about food or shelter, we don't have to engage in our own physical well being very much, and our professional lives have enabled us to disengage with others in the name of professionalism. This has effectively disconnected us from ourselves and the need for others to such an extent that depression is on the rise.

My advice, get in the ring or find your precipice and enjoy the buzz of the tenuous nature of life and enjoy the ride.

Thanks Jo for verbalising your insight so openly!