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U.S. President George W. Bush, Mexican President Felipe Calderón, and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper meet in Montebello, Quebec in August 2007 to advance a "Security and Prosperity Partnership" (SPP) or 'NAFTA with guns' -- a North American pact that will increase economic and military harmonization between all three countries.
The talks are closed to the public. Yet, the North American Competitiveness Council made up of 30 CEOs from large corporations (10 from Canada) will have exclusive influence on these "free-trade plus security" agreements that will further de-regulate trade, give up Canada's control of its water, gas and oil, and more deeply integrate security and the military with the U.S. All of this will be done through agreements that by-pass the elected government and exclude civil society.
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