First Summit of the Americas, Miami, 1994
We, therefore, resolve to begin immediately to construct the “Free Trade Area of the Americas” (FTAA), in which barriers to trade and investment will be progressively eliminated. We further resolve to conclude the negotiation of the “Free Trade Area of the Americas” no later than 2005 . . . We will build on existing subregional and bilateral arrangements in order to broaden and deepen hemispheric economic integration and to bring the agreements together. 1994, Miami Summit.
One America: Clinton’s Race War on America
The Enemy Within: Attack on Sovereignty
The campaign that Clinton initiated: One America, was very clever – using the duality of meaning to pit Americans against Americans when Clinton’s real goal was the Free Trade Area of the Americas – hemispheric integration of North, Central and South America. The Free Trade Area of the Americas is open borders ostensibly for commerce – but commerce includes the free movement of people making it an initiative corrosive to sovereignty of the nation-state. As such, FTAA was against the interests of all Americans (US) including minorities.
Divide and Conquer America
Obviously, the plan to subvert the sovereignty of the United States yielding to a Liberal World Order (aka the New World Order) required a ground game to oppose Americans who would inevitably rise to defend the sovereignty of America. Divide and conquer using race, religion, identity (anything but American) and federal money for “community development” was the strategy.
1995 – Bill Clinton remarks on Race Relations, Pandering to the Black Tribe.
On June 13, 1997, Bill Clinton signed Executive Order 13050 establishing the President’s Advisory Board on Race.
One America is No America
There is a section on the Clinton White House website that documents the Clinton-Gore war on America. The section is titled: Pathways to One America In The 21st Century: Promising Practices for Racial Reconciliation
Return to Tribalism
Unconstitutional Programs for a Treasonous Purpose
The President’s Initiative on Race. This Initiative is a critical element in the President’s effort to prepare our country to live as one America in the 21st century. He envisions an America based on opportunity for all, responsibility from all, and one community of all Americans. The President recognizes that, even as America rapidly becomes the world’s first truly multi-racial democracy, race relations remains an issue that too often divides our nation and keeps the American dream from being real for everyone who works for it.
“Pathways to One America In The 21st Century: Promising Practices for Racial Reconciliation is a reference guide of race-based programs. Promising Practices are defined as efforts or programs intended to increase awareness of racial issues; improve the lives of individuals who are affected by past and present discrimination, or eliminate racial prejudice and discrimination from societal institutions such as workplaces, schools and retail institutions.
May 25, 1999 – Southwest Border Economic Development
May 25, 1999 – Highlights of an Empowerment Agenda
Community Rapid Response
New Order of the Americas
December 8, 1993 President William J. Clinton signed the North American Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act NAFTA Worker Security Act. It became Public Law 103-182.
The legislation was H.R. 3450, passed by House on November 17, 1993 and by the Senate on November 20, 1993.
New International Economic Order – Surrender of Our Economy, Surrender of the Country
December 8, 1994 President William J. Clinton signed the Uruguay Round Agreements Act Retirement Protection Act of 1994. It became Public Law 103-465. This legislation authorized the establishment of the World Trade Organization – effective January 1, 1995.
The legislation was H.R. 5110, passed by the House on November 29, 1994 and by the Senate on December 1, 1994.
Pathways: Executive Summary – Chapter Three—The Changing Face of America
In Chapter Three, the Board examines the changing face of America. The discussion of race in this country is no longer a discussion between and about blacks and whites. Increasingly, conversations about race must include all Americans, including, but not limited to, Hispanics, American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Asian Pacific Americans. Statistics show that by the year 2050, the population in the United States will be approximately 53 percent white, 25 percent Hispanic, 14 percent black, 8 percent Asian Pacific American, and 1 percent American Indian and Alaska Native. This represents a significant shift from our current demographics of 73 percent white, 12 percent black, 11 percent Hispanic, 4 percent Asian Pacific American, and 1 percent American Indian and Alaska native.
Clinton’s Promising Practices
Backtracking the Race Agenda
Jesse Jackson, leader of the Rainbow Coalition had to say at a conference on February 12, 1993. He communicated the true nature of the race game:
The above video was from this article that has the covenants that Jesse kept referring to:
Jesse Jackson and the Rainbow Coalition – Wall Street Project, January 14, 1999. [Note: Traveler’s Insurance underwrote the insurance on the World Trade Center for Larry Silverstein.]
This article was updated and re-posted, September 7, 2023. Original publication date was July 11, 2022