End of Nations: Canada, the US and the "Security Perimeter" (Video)
2011-12-27 0:00

By James Corbett | YouTube.com/GlobalResearchTV


"American President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Harper have unveiled a new border security agreement that has received scant attention in the American media. However, far from being a new arrangement, what this accord represents is only the latest in a chain of usurpations of national sovereignty. "


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