Tuesday, August 18, 2009

North American Union meeting went well obviously.

If you don't believe in the North American Union, the new legal state formed from the US, Canada and Mexico, then this is going to seem a little odd.

Canada said Sunday that it would increase training by its Mounted Police for Mexican officers as part of a new, 15-million-dollar security program for the Americas.

The announcement came as Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper arrived in the western Mexican city of Guadalajara for a summit overshadowed by Mexican drug violence.

“Supporting police training in Mexico is one of the most effective ways to fight organized crime and drug trafficking within Canada,” said a statement from Harper’s office.

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