Regionalism is Dialectic Materialism

With the economic decline in the United States reaching the point that lawmakers can no longer claim "booming economy", states around the nation are beginning to acknowledge that the NAFTA agreement is not beneficial to the U.S.   So when word came that Idaho legislators were preparing a memorial on NAFTA, it seemed a hopeful sign that there would be acknowledgement by the lawmakers to that effect.   But what the memorial turned out to be was a Machiavellian joke - a trojan horse.   

The very first Whereas says the following:

WHEREAS, we strongly object to any treaty or agreement, which threatens to violate national security, private property, United States commerce, constitutional rights and American sovereignty while emphasizing our commitment to the Pacific Northwest Economic Region (PNWER) and other cooperative nations work for mutually beneficial goals; and

Right on the front page of the PNWER website it says the following:

The Pacific NorthWest Economic Region (PNWER) is the only regional planning and facilitation organization set up in statute by the border states and provinces to deal with transboundary policy and planning in the Pacific Northwest.

Idaho Statutes  Title 67, Chapter 78

67-7803  COOPERATIVE ACTIVITIES. It is the intent of this act to direct
and encourage the establishment of cooperative activities between the seven
(7) legislative bodies of the region. The state representatives to the Pacific
northwest economic region shall work through appropriate channels to advance
consideration of proposals developed by this body.

On the About Us page, it includes this description:

What is PNWER?

The Pacific NorthWest Economic Region (PNWER) is a regional U.S.-Canadian forum dedicated to encouraging global economic competitiveness and preserving our world-class natural environment. PNWER is recognized by both the United States and Canada as the “model” for regional and bi-national cooperation because of its proven success. PNWER is a respected voice and resource for our region, and provides the public and private sectors a cross-border forum for unfiltered dialogue that capitalizes upon the synergies between business leaders and elected officials who work to advance the region’s global competitiveness.

Regional Policy and Planning

Regionalism is dialectic materialism.    Dialectical Materialism is:

“A philosophy founded by Karl Marx… which forms the basis of Communist doctrine: it combines the materialistic idea of matter over mind with the Hegelian dialectic in which opposing forces are constantly being reunited at a higher level.” -- Lexicon Webster Dictionary

The La Paz Agreement signed by Ronald Reagan in 1983 created an international border region and was - to this writer's knowledge, the first international regional agreement to breech the borders of the United States following the philosophy of dialectic materialism.   This was followed by the Canadian U.S. 'free trade' agreement (CUSFTA) in 1986, and the NAFTA agreement for regionalization of North America in 1993.  And most recently, the 2005 Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) that seeks to create an outside perimeter boundary - erasing internal national borders (the joke of virtual borders implemented by Homescam Security Department notwithstanding).   

Dialectic Materialism as shown below with the creation of state and provincial organizations like PNWER, is intended to violate the sovereignty of our nation - by eliminating boundaries between our nation and Canada. 

The implementation of dialectic materialism as it pertains to government is that states and localities form regional organizations like PNWER.   Regional organizations are "opposing forces united at a higher level".  They ARE the shadow government - representing only the interests of the "partners".    There is no visibility and no controls over the activities of the PNWER for the citizens of states and provinces involved in the arrangement.   Despite elected government officials participation in the regional "partnership", these regional organizations are not a republican form of government called for in the Idaho Constitution, nor by the U.S. Constitution.  They are extra-legal, fascist organizations. 


Reinvention of Government - Public-Private Partnerships

Fascism should rightly be called Corporatism as it is a merge of state and corporate
  Benito Mussolini  ~


If one understands that socialism is not a share-the-wealth programme, but is in reality a method to consolidate and control the wealth, then the seeming paradox of super-rich men promoting socialism becomes no paradox at all. Instead, it becomes logical, even the perfect tool of power-seeking megalomaniacs.

Communism or more accurately, socialism, is not a movement of the downtrodden masses, but of the economic elite." ~ Gary Allen

"I'm in favor of free trade - it breaks up old nationalities."  ~  Karl Marx, 1948


On November 17, 2007, there was an article in the Idaho Statesman regarding a proposed "energy corridor" that will go through Idaho.  The corridor was planned to be 3,500 feet wide.  3,500 feet is nearly 10 football fields - end zone to end zone.  This article is a classic example of how the media lies by omission. 

The 3,500 feet is for the CANAMEX highway - the plans for which include pipelines and transmission lines.  The CANAMEX runs from Mexico through the U.S. and Canada - up to Alaska.  

In order to get the 3,500 foot swath across the country, the private property of citizens is going to have to stolen by eminent domain.  And who will benefit?   Check out the "partners" and sponsors of the Pacific Northwest Regional Economic Cooperation group.    No doubt, it is for the purpose of the CANAMEX that the PNWER was formed.  

"Divide the world into regional groups as a transitional
state to world government.  Populations will more readily abandon
their national loyalty to a vague regional loyalty than they will for a world authority.  Later the regions can be brought together all the
way into a single world dictator."  Stalin, 1942

The 2005 Annual Report lists the PNWER "partners":

2005 Sponsors for this organization -


The 2005 Annual Report on the PNWER website gives this description of the organization:

The Pacific NorthWest Economic Region (PNWER) is a statutory, public/private partnership composed of legislators, governments, and businesses in the Northwest states of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington and the Western Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, and the Yukon Territory.

PNWER is the only regional planning and facilitation organization set up in statute by the border states and provinces to deal with transboundary policy and planning in the Pacific Northwest. Established by the state and provincial legislators in 1991, PNWER promotes greater regional cooperation

In the PNWER 2005 Annual Report, we not only get to see a map of the region, we get to read about the benefits for business.

Strangely :) there are no benefits mentioned for the citizens of Idaho.  And considering this statement - there are no benefits to the United States as a sovereign and independent nation either:  

"We are  China and East Asia's gateway to North America"

Alaska,  Idaho,  Montana,  Oregon, Washington, Alberta, British Columbia and Yukon

Redefining Boundaries - Creating new jurisdictions

Think Tank Calls for United States of Great Lakes
          Brookings Institute:  Vital Connection:  Reclaiming Great Lakes Economic Leadership...

"We cannot leap into world government in one quick step … [T]he
precondition for eventual globalization - genuine globalization - is
progressive regionalization.  Because thereby we move toward larger,
more stable, more cooperative units."  Zbigniew Brzezinski , former US
National Security Adviser (1977-1981) 1995


Alaska, Idaho, 
Montana,  Oregon,
Washington, Alberta,
British Columbia

Idaho Statutes authorizing participation




AZTLAN is supposedly a mythical region dreamed up by Chicano radicals but when one begins researching 'economic regions' it's pretty clear that AZTLAN is the end game region for the American Southwest and Mexican  Northwest - at least from the Mexican point of view



We could call this Bill Gate's region. 

A Regional Economic Strategy for the Central Puget Sound Region

Puget Sound


Arizona-Sonora Regional Indicators - 'Towards a Globally Competitive Regional Economy'

Arizona-Sonora Economic Region



Atlantic Institute 


The WTEDD serves 33 local governments, seven county governments (six in Texas and one in New Mexico), 12 municipalities, and 14 special districts.

The EDA officially designated the WTEDD as an Economic Development District (EDD) in January 1991, and the District became an IRS 501(c)(3) in 1993.

West Texas Economic Development District (Region)


The "public" and "private" partners haven't merged their organizations yet for this region but looking at the org chart on the GBNRTC website, it's clear that the private partners have direct involvement


Erie-Niagara Framework

Regional Stakeholders: Buffalo-Niagara Partnership


La Paz International Border Region

The West Texas Economic Development District makes sense only within the context of the La Paz International Border Region

LA Times, April 5, 2008

MEXICO CITY -- The latest advertising campaign in Mexico from Swedish vodka maker Absolut seemed to push all the right buttons south of the U.S. border, but it ruffled a few feathers in El Norte.

As word of the campaign spread across the border, primarily via the Internet, some in the United States began giving the campaign a much more hostile reception.

LA Times, April 6, 2008

MEXICO CITY -- The Absolut vodka company apologized Saturday for an ad campaign depicting the southwestern U.S. as part of Mexico amid angry calls for a boycott by U.S. consumers.


There are other Public-Private Partnerships but these are an adequate representation to see the direction and the agenda. 

This webpage has an excellent time of historical events concerning the communist strategic plan for world domination.  It has a formatting problem for Internet Explorer browsers so you have scroll way down toward the bottom of the page - right hand side to see the timeline. 

Britain's Road to Hell - Marxist World Domination


Vicky Davis
March 25, 2008

Updated April 7, 2008