Posts Tagged ‘NAU


trading democracy for corporate rule

What are the SPP and TILMA?


martial law warnings

The US is well into the meltdown and set up for martial law. Many would agree that the USA has been a police state for some time with the level of surveillance and the record numbers in prison. Some think martial law in the USA is really is just around the corner. The US has used martial law in various ways at least 8 times. The last time was after hurricane Katrina. Some say martial law was threatened by the government just weeks ago in the US if the bailout package bill did not pass.

Martial law has been declared three times in Canada. During World War I and World War II, as well as the October Crisis of 1970. Canada officially refers to Martial Law as the Emergencies Act , enacted in 1988 to replace the War Measures Act.

Well the US is crazy you say, but it can’t happen in Canada.

What if we had secret police? and terrorists attack the energy infrastructure? while we were having an economic crisis? 


north american elections

John Duffy on “The first North American election?” 



“”In the U.S. and Canadian elections now under way, the traditionally dominant political factors are giving way to a politics in which wedge issues such as John McCain’s “drill, baby, drill” and Stéphane Dion’s Green Shift program are pitting city folk against high-consumption, low-density rural voters.

In the summer of 2001, New York Times reporter Anthony De Palma published a book titled Here: A Biography of the New American Continent, in which he argued that the three elections in 2000 in the U.S., Canada and Mexico reflected continental economic integration and convergence.

…..That was tenuous at the time, and Sept. 11, 2001 looked like a decisive refutation. Both the Canada-U.S. and the Mexico-U.S. borders thickened, and integration languished.

But now, the U.S. and Canadian elections are travelling on parallel tracks, much more than in 2000. Each country seems to be dismantling its traditional electoral structure — in the U.S., one built around race, and in Canada, organized around regionalism. In both countries, the major parties are now fighting their election campaigns primarily along the same urban-rural battle line. For the first time, something like a single North American election is happening. This new politics is likely to be with us for a long time to come.

July 2020

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