Article on the Military-Industrial-Complex, PNAC, and 9/11 by Andrew Marshall, in the Journal of 9/11 Studies

Andrew Marshall brings a Canadian's perspective to the discussion of the Military-Industrial-Complex, PNAC, and 9/11 in the Journal of 9/11 Studies. Andrew also discusses the North American Union in this context. His paper is based on a talk he gave at the Vancouver, BC, conference in June 2007. (I heard his talk and invited him to present this as a paper to the Journal.) He brings fresh insights as a university student, and he noted to me that he benefited greatly from the peer-review process.

Please note that the editors of the Journal of 9/11 Studies WELCOME articles by university students.
From the paper:

"Today, the various power factions of the military-industrial complex and the neo-conservatives have again come together in harmony to pursue a common goal. This goal is the “North American Community”, also known as the North American Union, which was signed into agreement in 2005 as the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, or SPP, by Prime Minister Paul Martin, George W. Bush and Mexican President Vincente Fox. In 2006, under the new Conservative government, it was again signed, this time by Bush and Fox as well as Stephen Harper. "

"....Yet, there is hope still, demonstrated by the very fact that I am standing before you today to attempt to inform you on these issues, in the hopes that you will now choose to inform yourself. I ask that you do not simply believe everything that I say, just as I ask that you do not believe everything that our governments and media say, but rather, I ask that you investigate and research these issues for yourselves to come to your own conclusions. Thanks to other people standing up and speaking out, I chose to look into the issues they were discussing, and now here I am, asking you to do the same. Remember, every great movement that changed the world for the better started out with a small group of people. We have the potential to make a difference, but we must not sit back and wait for someone else to solve our problems, because no one else will; it is up to each and every one of us to stand up and protect our own freedoms and democracy.

"Mahatma Gandhi, the man who led India to independence from the tyrannical British Empire, once stated that, “Truth stands, even if there be no public support. It is self-sustained.”

Enjoy the full article here:

The journal may wish to

pay a little more attention to proper punctuation.

However, the content of the article is sound and relevant.

Andrew Marshall did a great job on this!

He told me recently that he is going to be running for office with the Canadian Action Party, I support him 100%.

Nice work Andrew.

It's awesome to see your work finally up on Journal Of 9/11 Studies.