And for the first time, as I surfed past the History International channel, I noticed their slogan 'Globalize Yourself.' That seems to be some kind of theme of the channel. The propaganda is becoming less and less subtle. They are getting bolder, as they see there is less need to disguise the indoctrination, or else they are accelerating the effort to try to ram it through before any real opposition builds; I am not sure which is the case.
According to this piece by Jerome Corsi, plans are still afoot to not only merge North America in a 'Security and Prosperity Partnership', but to enter into a larger union with Europe ultimately.
''Several participants said the premise of the SPP is to create a North American business platform to benefit North America-based multi-national companies the way the European Union benefits its own.
Others noted the premise of the TEC is to create a convergence of administrative rules and regulations between Europe and North America, anticipating the creation of a "Transatlantic Economic Union" between the European Union and North America.
Participants pointed out that transatlantic trade is currently 40 percent of all world trade. They argue that trade and non-trade barriers need to be further reduced to maintain that market share as a framework is put in place to advance transatlantic economic integration.
Still, some participants argued that many corporations in North America already have moved beyond a North American focus to adopt a global perspective that transcends even the Transatlantic market.''
And yet some people still deny that there is any validity to these ideas.
But if there isn't, why all the frantic one-world, globalizing propaganda? Television, even the commercials, is becoming ever more blatant in its political messages; for that reason, as well as because of the inferior and insulting 'entertainment' and 'news' purveyed on TV, I watch less and less of the stuff as time goes on. It would seem that the media manipulators and whoever is goading them to indoctrinate us would stop and think about the law of diminishing returns. I think there are a lot of people who are turned off by the increasingly heavy-handed 'messages' in our media lately, and a lot of us are inclined to tell the media 'Go globalize yourself', and then hit the off button.
I'm choosing the latter more often these days.