Feb 26, 2008

U.S.-Canadian Military Pact for "Civil Emergency" Revealed

Posse comitatus forbids the use of military for domestic policing, but no matter as secret plans like this continue to form, without the consent of the governed, either in Canada or the U.S.. It is consistent with the secretive plan for a North American Union.

Why all this preparation, really? Clearly something is envisioned. The idea of foreign troops invading either country to help is concerning.

clipped from www.canada.com

Canada-U.S. pact allows cross-border military activity

Deal allows either country to send troops across the other's border to deal with an emergency

Canada and the U.S. have signed an agreement that paves the way for the militaries from either nation to send troops across each other's borders during an emergency, but some are questioning why the Harper government has kept silent on the deal.

Neither the Canadian government nor the Canadian Forces announced the new agreement, which was signed Feb. 14 in Texas.

The U.S. military's Northern Command, however, publicized the agreement with a statement outlining how its top officer, Gen. Gene Renuart, and Canadian Lt.-Gen. Marc Dumais, head of Canada Command, signed the plan, which allows the military from one nation to support the armed forces of the other nation in a civil emergency.

in the U.S. it is being used as evidence of a plan for a "North American union" where foreign troops, not bound by U.S. laws, could be used