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From: Marv Graham 
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2008 08:26
Subject: [JBirch] First the SPP/NA; now THIS!

Six U.S. senators and 49 House members are advisers for a group working
toward a Transatlantic Common Market between the U.S. and the European
Union by 2015.

The Transatlantic Policy Network -- a non-governmental organization
headquartered in Washington and Brussels -- is advised by the
bi-partisan congressional TPN policy group, chaired by Sen. Robert
Bennett, R-Utah.

The plan -- currently being implemented by the Bush administration with
the formation of the Transatlantic Economic Council in April 2007 --
appears to be following a plan written in 1939 by a world-government
advocate who sought to create a Transatlantic Union as an international
governing body.

An economist from the World Bank has argued in print that the formation
of the Transatlantic Common Market is designed to follow the blueprint
of Jean Monnet, a key intellectual architect of the European Union,
recognizing that economic integration must inevitably lead to political

As WND previously reported, a key step in advancing this goal was the
creation of the Transatlantic Economic Council by the U.S. and the EU
through an agreement signed by President Bush, German Chancellor Angela
Merkel -- the current president of the European Council -- and European
Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso at a White House summit meeting
last April.

Writing in the Fall 2007 issue of the Streit Council journal "Freedom
and Union," Rep. Jim Costa, D-Calif., a member of the TPN advisory
group, affirmed the target date of 2015 for the creation of a
Transatlantic Common Market.

Costa said the Transatlantic Economic Council is tasked with creating
the Transatlantic Common Market regulatory infrastructure. The
infrastructure would not require congressional approval, like a new
free-trade agreement would.

Writing in the same issue of the Streit Council publication, Bennett
also confirmed that what has become known as the "Merkel initiative"
would allow the Transatlantic Economic Council to integrate and
harmonize administrative rules and regulations between the U.S. and the
EU "in a very quiet way," without introducing a new free trade agreement
to Congress.
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