On August 4th, Tim Brown posted an article in which Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) noted that the NSA referred to “The Homeland,” which according to her meant, The United States, Mexico, and Canada. This is interesting, but why would the NSA refer to North America like this?
We know that NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) was first discussed between David Rockefeller and Bill Clinton as early as 1991, when Clinton “attended his first Bilderberg meeting at Baden-Baden, Germany in 1991. There, David Rockefeller told Clinton why the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was a Bilderberg priority, and that the group needed him to support it. The next year, Clinton was elected President, and – guess what? – he was a strong proponent of NAFTA.” 
Is the North American Union in the works? The more we study history, the more we see David Rockefeller’s name and it is worrisome. In a follow up book to his book about the Bilderbergers – “Shadow Masters” – Estulin notes that in the early 1990s, there was a serious move underway to literally dismantle Canada. Yes, of course it sounds far-fetched.
However, Estulin connects the dots to show how not long after the Bilderberg meeting of 1991, plans created there were put in place to take down the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada and that happened. That party “was obliterated in the most one-sided elections in Canada’s history. Brian Muroney tumbled into political limbo. From an overwhelming majority, his part was left with five seats. Jean Chretian, the Liberal Party leader, became the new Prime Minister. Canada’s opposition party became Parti Quebecois, with Lucien Bouchard, a member of the Bilderberg Group and David Rockefeller’s man in Quebec, as the official opposition leader, and with the biggest block of separatists ever.” 
Unfortunately for Rockefeller and the Bilderbergs, there was opposition to their plan and even though the elite did what they could to break Canada into parts, the people of Canada rose up and brought the plan to light, ultimately derailing it. Estulin says, “Because of our efforts, their meeting did make front-page news across Canada, igniting indignation, and they were forced to put their plans for the North American Union on the back burner.”  It is also interesting to note that, according to Estulin, “The proposed break up of Canada was described in several books on the subject, including New World Order Corruption in Canada, a collection of essays edited by Robert O’Driscoll and Elizabeth Elliott (Saigon Press, 1994).” 
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