The Plan to Align The U.S. and European Economies
Posted by Joshua Price on January 18, 2008
There is a great article out at WorldNetDaily by Dr. Jerome Corsi about the endless desire of the globalists within our government, and many in the business world, to eradicate our sovereignty on every possible front.
Dr. Corsi writes:
Six U.S. senators and 49 House members are advisers for a group working toward a Transatlantic Common Market between the U.S. and the European Union by 2015.
The Transatlantic Policy Network – a non-governmental organization headquartered in and Brussels – is advised by the bi-partisan congressional TPN policy group, chaired by Sen. Robert Bennett, R-Utah.
The plan – currently being implemented by the Bush administration with the formation of the Transatlantic Economic Council in April 2007 – appears to be following a plan written in 1939 by a world-government advocate who sought to create a Transatlantic Union as an international governing body.
An economist from the World Bank has argued in print that the formation of the Transatlantic Common Market is designed to follow the blueprint of Jean Monnet, a key intellectual architect of the European Union, recognizing that economic integration must inevitably lead to political integration.
Now which of our politicians are part of this? Well according to Dr. Corsi:
In addition to Bennett, the advisers to the Transatlantic Policy includes the following senators: Thad Cochran, R-Miss.; Chuck Hagel, R-Neb.; Barbara Mikulski, D-Md.; Pat Roberts, R-Kan.; and Gordon Smith, R-Ore.
Among the 49 U.S. congressmen on the TPN’s Congressional Group are John Boehner, R-Ohio; John Dingell, D-Mich.; Kenny Marchant, R-Texas; and F. James Sensenbrenner, R-Wisc.
It’s nice to see these Senators and Congressmen apparently don’t care about U.S. sovereignty.
Here’s the link to the full article: