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Armando Escalante : USMCA (the new NAFTA) - 2/19

Armando Escalante is currently the Florida/S. Alabama Coordinator for the John Birch Society.

Prior to becoming Coordinator, he was a Chapter Leader for the John Birch Society. He was also a researcher, public speaker and writer, teaching and speaking on America's founding principles, early American history, as well as Totalitarian ideologies and strategies! For over 25 years, he has been and continues to be an active lead Bible teacher. He has also organized Liberty conferences statewide.

He has been a guest on liberty radio shows with guest appearances on Sons of Liberty Radio Show, Glenn Pav Radio Show, American Freedom Watch Radio, and others and spoken to many Republican clubs, REC's, Patriot groups all across the State.

He was also Senior Adviser to the Teenage Republicans, teaching and training the teens on the principles of Liberty, early American history and the evil of totalitarian systems.


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Highlights from Armando Escalante of JBS at TPM Feb 19

A BAD DEAL: USMCA
United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement

Armando Escalante started by noting Pres. Trump began “the 6-month process to withdraw from NAFTA, adding that Congress needed either to ratify the USMCA or else revert to pre-NAFTA trading rules.”
What’s bad about the USMCA? Read on:

  • Armando said, “To understand the USMCA, we must first understand The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and “Sustainable Development.”
  • Armando sends a link to the talk by president of American Policy Center Tom DeWeese, who has for years warned about Agenda 21 and “sustainable development.” See the talk here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzNrWihhSb0
  • “The CFR is a think-tank and policy incubator established in 1921…with the sole purpose of destroying the United States and merging it into a World State.”
  • He quoted frequently from the book Tragedy & Hope by Carroll Quigley…who was Bill Clinton’s mentor. In that book Quigley mentions an international network that frequently cooperates with the Communists. He’s referring to the CFR.
  • More from Tragedy & Hope: The aim of “The powers of financial capitalism…create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole.”
  • Armando said many world leaders for decades have been members of CFR—but not Reagan and not Trump.
  • David Rockefellor, author of Memoirs, was CFR president starting in the 1950s.
  • What’s in the USMCA:
    • Sustainable Development…think Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030.
    • “Social Justice” is used throughout Sustainable Development literature.
    • The Sustainablists say: “Eliminate our nation’s borders. National sovereignty is a social injustice.”
    • And “Private property and business ownership contribute to social injustice.”
    • Under sustainable development there is no free enterprise or open markets—the true description is government-sanctioned monopolies.
  • Armando pointed out “the issue is never the issue.” The mechanism of the USMCA is NOT about trade. The cause sought is the accumulation of power in a trade bloc to make the revolution.
  • So if the US joins this TREATY and, let’s say the US and Mexico disagree, where is their recourse? The UN!
  • If the US signs this treaty we surrender our sovereignty…”and there goes our Constitution…there go our unalienable rights.”
  • In contrast to the proponents (like Henry Kissinger) of all this entanglement and world order, Armando quoted Thomas Jefferson, with his entreaty for “…honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none.”
  • Call to Action: Contact your representatives and senators and tell them to vote NO on the USMCA. It’s unconstitutional.
  • Armando suggested that Trump is either being ill advised, or he’s playing a chess game to go back to pre-NAFTA days. Look at the first highlight in these notes, where Trump said … or (we) need to “revert to pre-NAFTA trading rules.”
  • See www.JBS.org for more information.
Event Date: 
Tuesday, February 19, 2019 - 6:00pm

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