Sunday, August 27, 2006

Question Of The Week, 8/27/06

Good Morning. It's taken me about two hours to get here. Just like last week, there is too much going on. The FBI has served a second search warrant on the Buchanan County, Missouri public administrator's office. The public administrator recently resigned, after someone started asking questions about missing funds. What makes this so interesting is the fact that the person that held the office before her resigned and then committed suicide because of missing funds. So I'm wondering if there are any staff members that were there for both administrations and thinking about a trip I'll be taking in a couple of weeks. I'm sure I'll have lots of questions when I get back home. It seems like it was a couple of weeks ago that I read an article (I wish I could find it again) that said the whole idea of combining the United States with Canada and Mexico to form a superstate, The North American Union was just a bunch of hype. So, this weeks Question Of The Week is. Is there a plan to do away with the United States, Canada and Mexico as we know them to create a superstate, or is this another conspiracy theory? I'll post my answer in the Comment Section Monday night.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.

10 Comments:

Anonymous Aakash said...

When I first followed the link over to this weblog (whose title I love), and at initial glance, I thought it was a decent site... But there are many decent sites in the Blogosphere.

When I read your most-recent entries however, I see that this is FAR ABOVE the norm. Thanks for what you do, and I will be adding A Republic, if you can keep it to my blogroll!!

And speaking of blogrolls and this site, how can I join that "Inclusive Debates" blogroll? (Does this refer to the Presidential Debates... I have been an advocate of opening up those debates, ever since the 2000 elections!)

8:57 AM  
Blogger thebluestbutterfly said...

A merger with any other country would give us new sets of political concerns.

I suppose that this would take away the concerns that people have over the power of the European union.

Economy-wise such a merger could be a blessing or a problem. There is a lot that could either make us all poorer or all richer.

I look foward to seeing your further post on this.

11:54 AM  
Anonymous Jake Porter said...

I don't know if there is a plan to create a one world government, but I do think that if there is it is a very bad idea.

The federal government already has too much power.

1:07 PM  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

I think the plan exists.

THIS WEB SITE has been publishing some articles on the topic. THIS LINK is an index to Sixth Column's previous articles on the topic, when Sixth Column was a Blogspot site.

1:38 PM  
Blogger Gun-Toting Liberal said...

David... the site you might be referencing for the integration of the entire North American Continent's One Hemisphere Government might by our own:

Amero -

As for those like Aakash, who would like to join us in the American Bloggers for Inclusive Debates Alliance, that link can be found HERE...

And yes - this is their dastardly plan, my friend.... this and more. God Bless our Republic. We can use all the Blessings we can get right now. Our politicians have sold us out to the highest bidders... and it is almost too late to take our Republic back from the evil ones...

11:52 PM  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

HERE is some more information about the North American Union. This article has several links to explore.

2:17 AM  
Anonymous And Another Thing said...

As the saying goes "The proof of the pudding is in the eating."

Over several decades, and particularly the last 5 years, it should be obvious to anyone that the interests of the American people are taking a back seat to well-funded interests that seek a borderless entity of eternal cheap labor.

It's stupid; it's short-sighted. But then, it doesn't take long to make a big profit while selling others down the river.

7:35 PM  
Blogger American Crusader said...

I don't think this even rises to the level of being a "conspiracy theory". I saw the article and found it ridiculous.

7:04 AM  
Blogger dusty said...

America's "ego" is far to big to combine with our northern and southern neighbors..I find this idea utterly amusing.

8:37 AM  
Blogger David Schantz said...

I want to thank you all for stopping by to answer this weeks question. And an extra thanks to GTL for answering AAKASH's question. Yes I'm really late this time, I was ill. I had a migraine. When I get one sitting in front of a computer is one of the things I can't or won't do. I'm doing a lot better now, just real tired. I'm convinced this is real and the idea was around long before NAFTA and other foolish trade deals came to light. The idea comes from the members of some elite groups. The Trilateral Commission, the Council On Foreign Relations and the Builderburg Group. Members of these groups seem to put their membership above anything else. They are all powerful (power mad) and greedy. I don't thing anything could make them much happier than having a country or LARGE region that they had total control of. United States voters make it possible for these groups to hang on to the power they now have. If you check you'll find a good deal of our elected officials are members of one or more of these groups.

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