This article should be read in conjunction with an earlier one entitled "Canadian Police (Again) Use Agents to Incite Response,' at http://sbeckow.wordpress.com/2010/06/28/canadian-police-again-use-provocateurs-to-incite-response/.
I speculate that, on the news, we're watching scenarios planned long ago by society's controllers. They have no chance of succeeding any more, but following their pre-planned scripts is all the controllers know how to do. I think they're trapped by their own inertia.
The cabal is on auto-pilot, doing things that have been programmed into them as a system but which have no force left and little likelihood of success.
What happened at the G20 summit in Toronto is, I think, a brilliant example of this inertia or auto-pilot. The G20 held its meeting in downtown Toronto and prepared a huge security machine to protect the G20 against ... whom? Torontonians? Show me a more peaceful bunch than a group of Canadians.
We don't carry guns. For the most part, we respect human rights and cultural identity.
Yes, but that's exactly the point. A credible case has been made for that the violent "protesters" are agents provocateurs, police officers out of uniform and wearing (all of them, apparently) identical black balaclavas and police boots, and that's the auto-pilot factor I want to talk about.
I think the Bush administration, supported by Northern Command and NORAD, planned to take over Canada as an outcome of their "North American Union" (read: "land grab"). If they had had their way, it would have included Mexico as well.
The plan for a "North American Union," if I recall correctly, never went before Congress. Had the United States morphed into a North American Union, it could have ripped up that piece of paper George Bush found so annoying ... the U.S. Constitution.
It could also have found creative ways to dump the U.S. debt in the course of creating the new entity. Cabalists would have had Canadian uranium to build their weapons of choice (depleted-uranium weapons) as well as ownership of existing Canadian oil and Arctic drilling rights.
The plan was articulated in a number of documents, some public, some not. The ironically-named "Security and Prosperity Partnership" (whose security? Whose prosperity? Not Canada's, certainly. We were yet another intended victim of American expansionism) stipulated that either country could come to the "rescue" of the other in the event of a terrorist attack or pandemic.