Dr. Jerome R. Corsi received a Ph.D. from Harvard University in Political Science in 1972. He is a Senior Staff Reporter for WND where he works as an investigative journalist. In 2004, Corsi co-authored the #1 New York Times bestseller, Unfit for Command with John O'Neill. Since then, he has devoted his time to writing on politics and economics, two fields in which he has considerable expertise and experience. In his career, he has has written 6 New York Times bestselling non-fiction books.
The Late Great U.S.A.: The Coming Merger with Mexico and Canadaby Dr. Jerome R. Corsi Ph.D
In The Late Great USA, Jerome Corsi argues that the benignly-named Security and Prosperity Partnership, created at a meeting between George W. Bush, Stephen Harper and Vincente Fox, is in fact the same kind of regional integration plan that led Europe to form the EU. According to Corsi, the elites in Europe behind the EU knew that it would be necessary to conceal from the peoples of Europe what was being done in their name until the process was so far advanced that it had become irreversible. Could the same thing be happening here? Is American sovereignty doomed?
Using dozens of documents secured through the Freedom of Information Act and his trademark hard-hitting interviews, Corsi sets out a chilling view of America's possible harmonized future - one being created covertly, without voter input or Congressional oversight. Could our government's unfathomable position on illegal immigration be tied to the prospect of an integrated North American Union?
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I am in the middle of reading this book and along the way, it is confirming everything about this government that I was suspicious about related to this particular subject. A good, informative read.
this book was very informative and concerning. i cant believe this is happening under the radar...where is the public concern????