Mexican President Calls for EU-style North American Union

The United States, Mexico, and Canada should be united under a European Union-style transnational government, declared far-left Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador last month in barely noticed comments. The controversial remarks come as regional governments modeled on the EU proliferate and absorb once-sovereign nations around the world.  

Speaking during an event marking the 110th anniversary of the U.S. military’s occupation of the coastal city of Veracruz, “AMLO,” as the Mexican president is known, called for the creation of a North American “community” with its northern neighbors. “Blessed Mexico, so close to God and not so far from the United States,” began López Obrador.

“The important thing here is how to strengthen that integration and commitment that is helpful for the two nations, benefiting the United States and Mexico to strengthen North America and subsequently strengthen the entire American continent, just as in the beginning the European community was created that later became the European Union,” continued the controversial Mexican leader.

Understanding Mexico’s body politic and the population’s historical concerns about possible American domination, AMLO offered obligatory lip service to preserving Mexican sovereignty and independence. However, his remarks and his touting of the EU as a role model made clear to those in the know that his vision would severely infringe on sovereignty, independence, and self-government across the continent.

“This is how we must integrate into America, that is what is best for the new generations, but we need a pact of mutual respect for our sovereignties, clear rules, because Mexico does not want to be a protectorate, nor a colony of any foreign country,” he continued, adding that the U.S. government offers “a lot of respect” to its Mexican counterpart and he hopes that will continue.

The explosive comments were widely reported in the Mexican press. But so far, there has been absolutely no coverage in the U.S. media, which historically has sought to ignore, downplay and even ridicule conservative concerns about the ongoing regionalization of governance in North America. The Canadian media was also notably absent on the story.  

It is not the first time AMLO has used such rhetoric. In 2021, speaking at a Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) summit he convened featuring mass-murdering communist leaders such as the dictators ruling Cuba and Venezuela, the far-left Mexican leader also touted the EU as a model for integration in the Western hemisphere.

“We should build in the American continent something similar to what was the economic community that was the beginning of the current European Union,” said AMLO. “In these times, CELAC can become the principal instrument to consolidate relations between our Latin American and Caribbean nations.”

But, as this magazine has documented for almost two decades, the push to undermine national sovereignty in favor of an EU-style regime is already well underway. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was the first giant step. Among other concerns, the 1994 scheme created North American “tribunals,” regulations, and bureaucracies.

The “trade” deal was very similar to similar pseudo-“trade” deals that were used in earlier decades to undermine the sovereignty of European nations. Primarily using “free trade” as the pretext, what began as a mere “Coal and Steel” community after World War II was gradually turned into a full-blown super-state with more power in some areas than even the U.S. government has managed to usurp.

Like its European equivalents, NAFTA was merely a steppingstone. In 2001, Council on Foreign Relations luminary Robert Pastor called for a “North American Community” to be achieved by relying on “Lessons From the Old World.” A few years later, writing in CFR mouthpiece Foreign Affairs, Pastor admitted NAFTA was “merely the first draft of an economic constitution for North America.”

Pastor, the late frontman for the North American Union (NAU) agenda, famously blamed the efforts of TNA affiliate The John Birch Society and the Eagle Forum for derailing the NAU during the Bush administration. However, like all globalist schemes, it never went away, it just continued under the radar until it could be brought back at a more opportune time.

Indeed, the governments of Mexico, Canada, and the United States were all working on just such a scheme behind the scenes. According to diplomatic documents released by WikiLeaks in 2011, U.S. authorities were plotting — as early as 2005, if not earlier — with their North American counterparts an end-run around national constitutions to “integrate” the continent.

The 2005 U.S. embassy cable, signed by then-American Ambassador to Canada Paul Cellucci, outlines the best ways to peddle the subversion of sovereignty to the public. It also discussed the possibility of an eventual “monetary union.” Numerous other topics are broached in the leaked document, too: borders, labor, regulations, and more.

By 2014, disgraced former general and CIA chief David Petraeus, also part of the globalist Council on Foreign Relations and the shadowy Bilderberg network, was boasting about the plan to integrate North America using NAFTA. “After America comes North America,” Petraeus said, celebrating the emergence of a “North American decade” now that the three economies had been “put together.”  

The next year, after repeated attacks on critics of secretive North American integration, the far-left “news” outlet CNN ran a piece calling for the effective elimination of borders between the United States, Mexico, and Canada. “This is not a geographic truism, but a strategic imperative,” two globalists argued in a piece calling for a “North American passport.”

Prior to AMLO, then-Mexican President Vicente Fox was perhaps the most open about the agenda. Asked by Comedy Central host Jon Stewart whether he wanted a “North American Union,” the Mexican leader responded bluntly: “Long term, yes!” He echoed those remarks on CNN in an interview with Larry King, including talk of a regional currency such as the euro.   

That is all imminent — at least if Americans, Mexicans, and Canadians are unable to stop it. Consider the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement that drastically expanded the areas under the jurisdiction of “North American” regulations and tribunals. Negotiated by CFR operative and then-U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, the USMCA is effectively NAFTA on steroids.

And under Biden, the process is continuing quietly in the background. As this writer noted in an episode of “Behind the Deep State,” a trilateral meeting about a year ago between Biden, AMLO, and would-be Canadian strongman Justin Trudeau resulted in the Declaration of North America (DNA) vowing more sovereignty subversion and regional governance.   

Among the recent cross-border developments between the U.S. and Mexican governments is a new military training program. Under the terms of the agreement, the Biden administration is sending elite U.S. military personnel into Mexico to provide training to Mexican special forces.

Alarmingly, AMLO and his regime represent the radical MORENA Party, a member of the dangerous left-wing extremist Foro de São Paulo (São Paulo Forum). The network of Marxist parties across Latin America was founded by mass-murdering communist dictator Fidel Castro, Brazilian strongman Luis Inacio “Lula” da Silva, the murderous Sandinistas, and communist narco-terrorist organizations such as FARC. And its goal, according to its own documents, is to enslave the Americas under communist tyranny.

Ultimately, the regionalization process described by AMLO is happening around the world as once sovereign nations are subsumed into regional regimes. While the EU may be the furthest along, similar schemes include the African Union, Putin’s Eurasian Union, the Union of South American States (UNASUR), the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), and many more.

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1 thought on “Mexican President Calls for EU-style North American Union”

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    William H Blewster

    It appears that our porous Southern border is symptomatic of the implementation of the US, Mexico, and Canada Agreement (USMCA).

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