Trade and Migration

For people in the United States, it's difficult to fathom that international institutions are driving our domestic policy but they are driving it - and it is pure socialist (aka communist).  The U.S. Congress has become little more than a puppet government and I don't mean that as a generalization - I mean truly a puppet government.   They are simultaneously constrained and driven by the international agreements with the WTO and United Nations.     A closer look at issues of trade and migration reveal that fact most clearly.

The global socialist agenda arose out of the environmental movement.  They not only succeeded in redistributing wealth by mandating the export of productive capacity from industrialized nations to developing nations - they also succeeded in including the redistribution of population and this was all in the name of 'free trade'.  So one might say that the illegal invasion of our country was a strategy of insertion (dumping) of excess populations of the developing countries - facilitated by our own government officials.   It should also be noted that this doesn't just apply to Mexican nationals.  It applies to any country that belongs to the United Nations, WTO and has a 'free trade' agreement with the United States.    

The ultimate goal is to have no distinction between citizens and non-citizens whether they are legal or illegal.  Obviously without citizenship, without borders - there is no nation - no country distinctive from any other country.   

When you look at that picture you see an invading army of illegal aliens 'sneaking' into the United States to work. 
Under the international agreements they are 'irregular migrants' who are 'service providers' as defined in the Uruguay Round of the WTO trade talks.

To solve the problem of illegal immigration, we must understand it from that viewpoint.  It is imperative that when we talk to our members of Congress that we know - and we let them know that we know - what they've done with these trade agreements. 


"Service Providers"

The following are a series of articles that discuss the issues of migration and trade agreements.  They were posted on the website of one of the non-governmental organization that promotes and defends illegal aliens so you'll get that perspective intermixed.   You'll also see why the only argument the proponents of illegal immigration use is "racism".  It's because 'service providers' have no rights under the 'free trade' agreements - but they do under the UN agreements on human rights.   That's because if the objection IS racism, then it violates the United Nations international agreements.  (Note:  This is also why leaders of the black community always cry racism and why we are being treated to an overdose of racial oriented Hegelian Dialectics (Richards using the "N" word, the talk show host and "Ho" comment, and Paula Zahn with her series on "Race in America").    These dialectics serve as justification for legislation that would otherwise (and are anyway) be inexplicable - like the Hate Speech bill.  It is as much - and probably more to prevent people from speaking about the illegal alien problem than it is to prevent hate speech against Jews and Gays as it is purported to be. 

Missing from the Debate: The Relationship between International Trade and Migrant Workers

Trade and Guest Worker Programs

Regional Conference on Migration - Plan of Action See Page 10 'Objectives'


UN International Convention on the Protection of Rights of All Migrant Workers and Their Families

Committee on Migrant Workers

Information Kit on the UN Convention on Migrant Rights

UN International Convention on Migrant Workers and it's Committee

ACLU - Report to the UN as a a non-governmental organization in special consultative status

Trade and Integration of the Americas

International Labor Organization

Labor Aspects Associated with Integration Processes and Free Trade Agreements in the Region

Congressional Research Service: 

Mexico’s Importance and Multiple Relationships with the United States

Mexico-United States Dialogue on Migration and Border Issues, 2001-2005

Mexican Diplomat Urges Partnership


  EEOC - "Americans are not a Protected Class"

Kansas City Leading North American Integration

North American International Trade Corridor Partnership (NAITCP) - Summit of Mayors 

Totalization Agreement with Mexico - Social Security for Illegal Aliens obtained through FOIA

Indoctrination in Schools on UN Perspective - Human Rights Education in Schools

National Endowment for Democracy (NED)

Off books funding for Insurgency and Terrorism


Global Trading System Scam

History and Background

The Tragedy of the Commons, Garett Hardin, 1968

Stockholm Declaration,  Declaration of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, 1972

Lima Declaration, Declaration and Programme of Action on the Establishment of a New International Economic Order, 1975

        "Losing Our Industrial Base", Bill Reed, article in American Engineer, July 1991

UN Resolutions  A/RES/34/171 and 172  on Migrants   (1979)

Brandt Equation (2002) - updated edition of the Brandt Report, "North-South: A Programme for Survival,  International Commission on International Development Issues, 1980  

Brundtland Report to the United Nation, "Our Common Future", 1987

Senate Debate, Uruguay Round of GATS, State Sovereignty Issues, 1994

United Nations Documentation Research Guide