History records that in 64AD, Rome experienced a huge fire that destroyed most of the city. A common expression claims that "Nero fiddled while Rome burned", even though the violin hadn't been invented yet. None the less, the lingering idea is the great leader was either oblivious or disinterested in the destruction happening around him. I fear that most Americans are just a clueless about the destruction of their own country. Fortunately "real news" is still available from foreign media sources, and I want to thank The European Union Times for publishing an article entitled "Obama Creates World’s First Superstate With US-Canada Merger".
Naturally the United States government spin on this merger is simply to improve economic relations with our neighbors to the north. The EUT report says, "The shock and uproar in Canada over their Prime Minister’s, Steven Harper, signing away their sovereignty to the United States is unprecedented, but the same cannot be said of the American people who, according to Canada’s National Post, have not been allowed to know about it" (emphasis mine) "The United States announcement of this "merger" between these two North American Nations was made February 4th by a posting on the WhiteHouse.Gov website."
Isn't that wonderful? How often do you go to the White House website to find out whether or not your President has tried to merge your country with nearby socialist governments? Probably never.
This news is even more disturbing when combined with the fact that the Department of Homeland Security (with no legitimate authority to do so, of course) has claimed that all of the territory within 100 miles of our border is a "Constitution Free Zone". I can't make this stuff up! I've never taken drugs, and I mostly given up alcohol since college.
I have no idea how we're going to save this country. I'm not even sure how many Americans WANT to save this country. The collectivists have slowly boiled the frog, and now we are too numb to jump out of the water. If anyone has any recommnedations on what we can do, I'd sure love to hear them.