Canada and the United Sates as one Nation? : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

This is a question for patriots of both countries to ponder. I know we have political and socail differences but, can't those deferences be overcome? With Canadas' wealth of natural resources and the U.S.s' industrial might, could we not make a union that was so strong that our "enemies" might see us as a huge "Bear", as they do Russia, not to be messed with?

Hat tipped to the north...

-- Mike (, June 18, 1999


Q.) What is the difference between someone from New York City and someone from Quebec?

A.) The guy from NYC says, " Ay, move your fucking truck!", the guy from Quebec says "Move your fucking truck, eh?"

Sorry Mike, had to post that... I'll be quiet now.

-- (, June 18, 1999.

Name for this union: AMERIDA. Has a nice ring to it no? OK, how about Canaca? Canamer?..I like Amerida. GBNA!

-- MidwestMike_ (, June 18, 1999.

OK Mike......

I pondered your proposal for a nanosecond or so and now I need a rest. I'll go out on a limb here and state that our 'enemies' already consider us a much more serious adversary than Russia...MUCH MORE!!

-- Iben (lurking@work.sum), June 18, 1999.


You have got to get off the drugs :o) As a Canadian that is a stupid idea. In a manner of speaking we are a close knit unity. I just don't want to be any closer.

-- Brian (, June 18, 1999.

Sounds good, but only when we include Mexico (at least). But do we have be a part of the Commonwealth?

-- Mad Monk (, June 18, 1999.

I'd like to think we've been watching each other's backs for a long time now already! We're about to become even closer neighbors than ever before. "Hey...all Cheyenne Frontier Days chuckwagon racers from up North......we'll be needing *many*, just like you guys!!!! Hold onto the team.....we're in for the ride of our lives!!"

-- Will continue (, June 18, 1999.

Long term projection? Alaska, western Canada, and northwest U.S., possibly including northern California, will link together. Ideology.

-- A. Hambley (, June 18, 1999.


Did you just wake up from cyrogenic sleep like Austin Powers or something? Canada and the U.S. are already on the same side. It is called NATO. If our enemies want to "mess with" either country, they are messing with NATO.

-- @ (@@@.@), June 18, 1999.


>I know we have political and socail differences

Isn't that why there are different nations? :-)

>but, can't those deferences be overcome?

Sure. See any history of war. Both Canada and the United States overcame their differences with a few European nations and each other a while back.

>Hat tipped to the north...

Perhaps Canadians prefer something more formal than a hat-tipping: a national boundary. :-)

-- No Spam Please (, June 18, 1999.

No merger with Canada, please. I've know many Canadians, and while they're fine folks, they have a tendency to be quite socialistic in their political outlook. Most see nothing wrong with more and bigger government, endless "social" programs and personal disarmament (gun control)... like the English, they are a conquered people. We have too many like them here in the US as it is.

-- nope (not@particularly.welcome), June 18, 1999.

What in the world would make anyone think that Canadians would trade in their existing government for our fodder?

-- karen (karen@karen.karen), June 18, 1999.

There are plans for just such an eventuality. With the US including Canada and Mexico. One currency.

Ditto for Europe - the Euro is already there.

Ditto for Asia, with Japan leading the way and a new currency in that region.

Three armies.

This is a stepping stone to an eventual one world gubbmint.

If you think I'm crazy do a little research on this subject - pay particular attention to John Whitley, David Icke.

There is a currency war being fought now over whether the Euro or Dollar will prevail. My bet is on the Euro.

When's all this gonna happen?


-- Andy (, June 18, 1999.

A. Hambley, Cascadia RULES !!

-- Ashton & Leska in Cascadia (, June 18, 1999.


Flip it and I think you got it! DA..AM(H)ER!!!

-- (, June 19, 1999.

We need Canada's resources that badly? We're already buying them as fast as we can.


"All you need in this life is ignorance and confidence, and then success is sure."---Mark Twain

-- Hallyx (, June 19, 1999.

Mike: The differences in Canada and the U.S. are just great the way they are. Nova Scotia to B.C. verus New York to California. The span of this north american chunck of ground makes us so deferent and so individual with our own backgrounds . The type of accent on the english language from 50 states and 10 providences plus Y. T. &N.W.T. is pretty great. Dont change a thing , it works just fine .

-- Capt Dennis (, June 19, 1999.

We've been a pretty good team for quite awhile. I see North America struggling out of y2k into a world it'll dominate like never before. Hope the Cannucks are on board fulltime. We'll need their temperate influence to govern well IMHO.

-- Carlos (, June 19, 1999.

NO! We must invade Canada NOW! Damn them and their fancy "Canadian Bacon"! What? Regular old Bacon not good enough for ya? Oh Mr. Fancy there with your ham! That is all Canadian Bacon is is HAM! ARGH! It's a conspiracy! INVADE! INVADE!

Wow...I think my medicine finally kicked in!

-- Canada Must Fall! (, June 19, 1999.


A plan is currently underway to break up Canada and reduce the whole nation to another state within the US. A Global Elite controls the worlds banking system, transnational corporations, leading politicians, media, and intelligence agencies. This Elite operates through secret and semi-secret organizations including the Bilderberger Group, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), and the Trilateral Commission, whose members include leading bankers, industrialists, and media owners. It is this Elite that is seeking to remove Canada from the map as part of their plan for a world government, a central bank, a world currency, a world army and a cash- less, microchipped population. High-profile Canadian members of this Elite include Pierre Trudeau, Mike Harris, Jean Chritien and Brian Mulroney.

In May/June 1996, the Bilderberger Group met in secret at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Leadership Centre near Kings City, Toronto. Among the attendees were Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chritien, and the Premier of Ontario, Mike Harris, who had just recently met with the Quebec Premier, Lucien Bouchard. The gathering was hosted by the elite Bilderberger, Conrad Black, who now owns or controls 52% of Canadas daily newspapers.

The focus of this meeting was to discuss a plan to manipulate Quebec out of confederation and then use the break-up of Canada to justify a United States take-over of what they called the remnants of Canada. In the September 16 edition of The Vancouver Sun and The Province, a front-page story highlighted an article recently published in an unnamed influential US magazine, which was actually a publication called Foreign Affairs. The article was written by Professor Charles Doran at the Elite-controlled John Hopkins university. (Foreign Affairs is published by the Council on Foreign Relations, a Rockerfeller-controlled think tank.)

Researchers who have studied the content of Foreign Affairs since the 1920s have revealed that the predictions in its articles invariably have become reality. Doran, a CFR member, called for the US to take over the quasi-socialist remnants of Canada after Quebec declared its independence from Canada. (Quebec would have constituted a threat to US National Security.) This, he said, would mean that Canadians would then be forced to serve in the US military as part of a security force.

This secret plan has also been confirmed by Shelley Ann Clark, the Executive Assistant to Germain Davis, one of the top three Canadian administrators responsible for the Free Trade Agreement (FTA). She has explained publicly how she was called out late at night in 1987 to deliberately alter the text of the copies of FTA which were to be sent to each of the provincial leaders. This included removing the step-by-step plan to absorb Canada into the US by the year 2005. Only the Federal authorities were allowed to see the unaltered documents of FTA. The originals are apparently kept in a vault in Ottawa.

Shelley Ann Clark has also stated that, Lucien Bouchard was to be brought in to lead the drive for the separation of Quebec, the next step before the Grand Canal Project, long before he became Premier of Quebec. This is precisely what is now taking place. The canal project is designed to dam James Bay even further and divert fresh water from Canada to the US.

Are these confirmations of the same story all coincidence? No. There is an unfolding plan to break up Canada and it will soon reach its conclusion unless Canadians wake upand stand upfast!

-- Andy (, June 19, 1999.


And this is from a Canadian. Thats a crock.

-- Brian (, June 19, 1999.


Sincerely - tell that to your fellow Canadian John Whitley who has been saying the same thing for years - he has a web site, I'd be interested in what you think about his views, you can also hear him talking about the new American continental union on the archives.

-- Andy (, June 19, 1999.

Link to Canadian break-up here

and here

and here

-- Andy (, June 19, 1999.

The manure level has finally gotten so high that it has taken over Andy's brain cells completely.

Will someone PLEEZ change his diapers!

-- Chicken Little (, June 19, 1999.


just changed my nappy so I'm all fresh for you,

now will you please address the issue like Brian asked and let's see if you have a brain or not...

this should be interesting... :)

-- Andy (, June 19, 1999.

O.K., O.K.,

I'm adding to my Texas Bayou lexicon, right now. I can see the future, Oh Lawd:

"Ma' Sha', ya'll fetch me another taco, eh?"

-- Lon Frank (Postit@here.please), June 19, 1999.

Gotta make this breif...thanks all for the input but, my question has not been answered (from the american side). Think about it, we as the united Amerada (no don't read Spanish Armada) would be the largest nation on tera . I gatta go, will be back later.

-- Mike (, June 19, 1999.

More fun here than I hoped for.

Their was a Colonel Willaim Whitley in the War of 1812 on the American side. He died in the same battle that took the life of the great indian chief Tecumseh. Genaral (and future President) Jackson subdued the Creek indians to end that threat to American exspansion.

Just history folks, not a judgment.

-- Mike (, June 20, 1999.

karen says--"What in the world would make anyone think that Canadians would trade in their existing government for our fodder"

Our fodder is our fault karen. So's our muddier, and our Uncle, and our aints!

Hey Mike, I've got one of those Tecumseh's on my generator! LOL

-- Michael (, June 20, 1999.

this is from a canadian, living in the u.s. for the last 11 years. a union would be a disaster for canadians. the people of the u.s. are fine, but the system of government sucks. a parliamentary system is much better for average folks, let me tell you. my plan is to go back, depending on when it can be worked into my husband's career plans.

-- jocelyne slough (, June 20, 1999.

I'm sure Canadians are jealous of our gun culture and would look forward to evening out these odd in the event of a union...

In 1996, handguns were used to murder 2 people in New Zealand, 15 in Japan, 30 in Great Britain, 106 in Canada, 213 in Germany and 9,390 in the United States.

-- Y2K Pro (, June 20, 1999.

At the risk of raising y'alls dander; thanks, but no thanks.

Just as Nope said, we tend to be more socialistic. While I'm glad that there is a place like the US for those who want it; I'm not one, nor are most people I know. In fact, I've been known to mutter when our premier admires something about your health care, gun laws and attitudes toward big business that he's certainly free to emigrate (and I wish he would!!). Moreover, we don't yet have the litigation or poverty here that y'all do there, though we seem to be working at it - more's the pity. Y'all are some of the friendliest people on earth, but I really like that border right where it is.

Besides, you'd want to admit us as just one state, and that means only Ontario, Quebec and maybe BC would get any say in anything - right, so what's the difference, eh?

-- Tricia the Canuck (, June 20, 1999.

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