From the October 2007 Idaho Observer:

SPP/NAU: Fait (almost) accompli

Former Mexican President Vicente Fox candidly admitted to Larry King Oct. 10, 2007, that he, President Bush and former Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin had decided to implement a common currency between the three nations called the "amero." This is the first time one of the three autocrats publicly admitted to the plan. Fox also stated that the North American Union (NAU) is "inevitable."

In response to an emailed question, Fox confirmed that Central America and South America, under the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas, should also replace their respective currencies with the amero.

Americans are overwhelmingly opposed to the sovereignty-destroying plan to create the NAU through establishment of the "Security and Prosperity Perimeter (SPP). Mexicans showed their appreciation for Fox’s leadership Oct. 13, 2007, by toppling a statue of their former president within hours after it was erected in Boca del Rio.

Adding to the uncertainty of the amero’s future is the announcement that Banco del Sur (Bank of the South) will open in Caracas, Venezuela Nov. 3, 2007. The bank, championed by U.S. nemesis President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, is also supported by Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay and Ecuador and is being chartered to replace international lending institutions like the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank (WB). Chavez and other South American leaders view the IMF and the WB as tools of industrialized nations to exploit the resources of third world nations and keep their people in economic bondage.

Congress is joining the wave of popular dissent that could topple the "Three Amigos’" plans to amalgamize the western hemisphere into one fascist exploitation zone. Members of Congress sent a letter dated Aug. 6, 2007, to President Bush demanding that he cease going forward with NAU plans until legislators have the opportunity to review "whatever provisions have already been agreed upon….for the purpose of obtaining authorization through the normal legislative process."

The Bush/Fox/Martin plan, which could be characterized as an attempted "coup d’etat," is not supported by presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas), whose campaign is generating broad-based, non-partisan, grassroots support.

While Bush and Fox may believe in the inevitability of the NAU, popular opposition is quickly mounting.

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