Page 11: This is a very simple archive. No interpretation. Just debates in Canadian
Parliament showing the intention of Prime Minister Paul Martin to merge Canada with the United States behind the backs of
Canadians and against their will. Make up your own mind.
JOINT PLAN TO REMOVE CANADIAN BORDER
Paul Martin appoints John Manley to negotiate "deep integration" of Canada into the USA:
Preview of the debate at prevoius link (2005-03-24):
"Hon. Jack Layton (Toronto—Danforth, NDP): The Prime Minister goes to Texas
and comes back with nothing on BSE, nothing on softwood and nothing on Devils Lake. Instead we have the pursuit of the
hidden deep integration strategy with George Bush, although it is not actually that hidden. John Manley is very clear
about it. He thinks Canada has too much sovereignty and we should pursue deep integration"
JOINT PLAN: FLOOD CANADA WITH MEXICAN LABOR
Paul Martin pursues hidden agenda with George Bush to make Canada the 51st State:
Preview of the debate at prevoius link (2005-03-23):
"Hon. Jack Layton (Toronto—Danforth, NDP): The fact of the matter is that Canadians do not want deep integration. They do not want to race to the bottom along the Wal-Mart
way of George Bush with lower wages and lower environmental standards.
Why will the Liberals not tell the Canadian people
what their agenda is: cheap labour from Mexico, Canadian oil and sovereignty be damned?
Explain that one."
JOINT PLAN TO INTEGRATE CANADA INTO US MILITARY
JOINT PLAN TO MERGE CONFIDENTIAL CANADIAN
REVENUE, MILITARY, POLICE, IMMIGRATION & CIVIL
DATABASES INTO US MILITARY COMMAND
HEADLINE: TESTIMONY September 25, 1996 TOM CAMPBELL, U.S. CONGRESSMAN, HOUSE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WESTERN HEMISPHERE SITUATION
TESTIMONY September 25, 1996 JOSEPH T. JOCKEL, PROFESSOR OF CANADIAN STUDIES ST. LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY HOUSE, INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS WESTERN HEMISPHERE, SITUATION IN QUEBEC
TESTIMONY September 25, 1996 CHRISTOPHER SANDS, RESEARCH ASSOCIATE AND COORDINATOR, CANADA PROJECT CENTER FOR STRATEGIC AND
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES HOUSE, INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WESTERN HEMISPHERE SITUATION IN QUEBEC