On January 10 of this year, Biden met with Trudeau and the president of Mexico at the 10th North American “Leaders” Summit. While there, Biden signed the Declaration of North America. Here is what was inside it.
This is verbatim text, as found at WhiteHouse.gov. Our comments are below each segment in bold and italics.
Today, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, President Joseph R. Biden, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met in Mexico City for the 10th North American Leaders’ Summit (NALS). The leaders are determined to fortify our region’s security, prosperity, sustainability and inclusiveness through commitments across six pillars: 1) diversity, equity, and inclusion; 2) climate change and the environment; 3) competitiveness; 4) migration and development; 5) health; and 6) regional security.
Right off the bat, you know that this document means trouble. Every American is fully aware of the woke concepts of diversity, equity, and inclusion and how that plays out in their daily lives – discrimination against them. Climate change is being used to push through global tyranny. This sets the stage for what is to follow.
North America shares a unique history and culture that emphasizes innovation, equitable development, and mutually beneficial trade to create inclusive economic opportunities for the benefit of our people. We are not just neighbors and partners. Our people share bonds of family and friendship and value – above all else – freedom, justice, human rights, equality, and democracy. This is the North American DNA.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Diversity, equity, and inclusion is foundational to the strength, vibrancy, and resilience of our countries. We focus on providing marginalized communities opportunities for their full, equal, and meaningful participation in our democracies and economies. To advance these objectives, President López Obrador, President Biden, and Prime Minister Trudeau reiterated their joint commitment to protect civil rights, promote racial justice, expand protections for LGBTQI+ individuals and deliver more equitable outcomes to all.
Providing “marginalized communities” with anything means that your money as an American taxpayer is going to be stolen from you and given to them. This is Robin Hood idealism. It doesn’t matter if a thief steals what you have to give to somebody else. It’s still theft. We are already seeing what their idea of “meaningful” participation in our democracies (should read: “republic”) is. It typically involves children.
When we talk about “expanded protections,” what rights are currently denied to these people? Absolutely none. This simply means there is going to be more legislation coming down the line that will make it a “hate” crime, or something of the sort, to object to kids at schools having pornographic homework.
And as far as promoting “racial justice” goes, there are still piles of ashes left over from 2020 when businesses were burned to the ground in the name of “racial justice.”