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NAFTA: The Greatest National Security Risk and Why?

495px-Constitution_of_the_United_States,_page_1The complexity of reading our Constitution evades the majority of American’s all looking to understanding the intents of the creators of this legislative system of government.  I was no different and it wasn’t until I began to research my first book that I began to understand that the interpretation and judgment go far deeper than just the text of articles.

We all learned in school about the obvious legislative checking mechanisms to include: The separations of departments, separation of church from state, separation of branches but we never were learned about the checking mechanism requiring the separation of domestic industries from foreign.

In Article 1 Section 10 of the Constitution is the exclusion clause that prevents state officials from negotiating contracts (treaties) with foreign government or enterprise. This measure of constraint was meant to protect American industries from having the few international companies aligning themselves with foreign government and the possibility of those executives becoming under their influence. This checking mechanism has been breached by the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

For this reason it becomes mandate that the proper increase in the checks and balances need to be adjusted to compensate the mistake of the Fourteenth Amendment which changed the nature of the Common Union Organization to become an unauthorized national system of government, while silencing the states authority to control the operations of the trade organization.

NAFTA_logoNAFTA has become the greatest national security risk this country has ever faced because it allows industries to negotiate contract directly with the leaders of nations that have political and economic systems that are contradiction to those established by the Constitution of the United States of America.

This situation exposes American industries and people to the threat that American international corporations will lobby in the American congress for laws that will be more to the favor of foreign profits than to protect domestic free enterprise. It makes it more probable that decisions of foreign policy will be based more upon profit than on the principals of liberty and we already see how nationalized regulations have been attacking American manufacturing and affecting our jobs to the very destruction of the American consumer base; resulting in a monetary deficit caused by a government too large to operate on the tax revenue received from the last twenty years caused directly by NAFTA.

Duty free trade is not free if it comes at the expense of American’s losing their homes, businesses, and liberties. In Article 1 Section 8 of the Constitution it is mandated that the use of tariffs, impost and duty fees be used to pay for the operation of American ports, officers, and other facilities.

Without duty fees being collected to pay for these operations from those who use them (international trade corporations) the cost to operate our ports and customs become the responsibility of American industries and people. In result the American people are subsidizing duty free trade while those who profit from the exchange reap all the benefit at no cost.

800px-EpaheadquartersNAFTA was the first treaty agreement to allow foreign laws made by foreign parliament to be enforced in this country since 1776. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has implemented hundreds of laws against American industries to appease foreign industrial organizations such as the European Union, the G-20, and G-8 and the soon to be Trans Pacific Partnership without the approval of the United States Congress.

This is because in the last three administrations the misuse of executive power has been combined with the misuse of treaty powers; especially this current president who has used executive order more than 923 times in his first four years of office. In essence returning this country back 236 years where foreign proclamation was made intending to subordinate the American legislative and destroy American industry.

The only chance American industries and workers have in maintaining our culture, free enterprise, and civil liberties is to get the voice of the states back in participation in the control of the Common Union Organization by fixing the breach in construction of the checking mechanisms shattered by the Fourteenth Amendment.

Experts, no matter how liberal or conservative all agree that the text of this amendment are incomplete. The eight years of research I have invested into the checks and balances demonstrates that this amendment lacks a counter measure. This counter measure are the limitations and constraint that is required to be placed in every article and amendment added to the original document and the failure to include such a measure exposes the amendment to charges of being unconstitutional.

This was realized in 1868 by the Radical republican faction in congress and they forced through a legislation that restricts the courts from hearing cases based strictly upon the constitutionality of an amendments text. This leaves one of two solutions; either the Federal Government calls in a state convention to resolve the breach; or the states pass such a resolution by joint resolution.


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