Since the day Donald Trump first announced his presidential candidacy, he has dominated the headlines – and to the shock and dismay of his running mates and mainstream media, the American people have rallied around him.
In a country ruled by the Establishment, the rise of Donald Trump is an anomaly. And while they are doing everything in their power to stop him, it appears as though he will be President of the United States, if they let him live.
C. Ervana writes that there is much anger, hostility, and protests against Trump. But his problems are much larger than a group of protesters on the left. He is facing a HUGE upward battle against the Elites in power, who will keep him out of office at all costs.
Trump’s views on trade, a border wall with Mexico, America-first policies, and protectionist positions place him in direct opposition with the plan for a North American Union and ultimately the New World Order.
Trump is a vocal proponent of “the Wall” and threatening to change trade relations with Mexico, which Trump has alleged have been unfair; which is factually correct, they have been very unfair.
The last four presidents in particular have been working to build the North American Union through a series of secret agreements like the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America led by George W. Bush with Mexico’s Vicente Fox and Canada’s Stephen Harper. The SPP was met with opposition in both United States and Canada.
Obama has done his part in the creation of the NAU, by opening relations with Cuba. Most people believe this is a good thing, but I believe this signifies that the final piece has been put in place: Cuba has been brought in to the Union.
Clearly, this map shows an agenda to divide the world into 10 regions under 1 centralized government, an agenda that has been regurgitated in the elite’s Agenda 21. George H.W. Bush was the U.S. signer of Agenda 21 and the push toward North American Union.
In a 1990 speech, George H.W. Bush clearly calls for open borders and open trade and praised European unity. He also said that the year 2000 would mark turning point. It did. When his son, George W. Bush led the signing of the SPP which dissolved Canadian and U.S. sovereignty.