Since December of 2013, the United States and Canada have been engaged in top secret annexation talks, with Canada considering joining their southerly neighbors, according to a self-described “diplomatic whistleblower” inside Canada’s Embassy in Washington DC. But he says the talks have stalled, at least temporarily.
Thomas Fox, 48, of Ottawa, Canada, an employee of the Embassy since 2005, says President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper began communicating possible annexation through “back channels” starting in early December 2013, the goal being to join the United States, with provinces changing hands and becoming States. Obama and Harper allegedly spoke about annexation in person on February 19th, 2014 at the North American Leaders’ Summit in Toluca, Mexico, and have repeatedly discussed the subject in dozens of phone calls as well.
Fox says he decided to come forward after the annexation talks stalled earlier this week, with the United States refusing to acknowledge Canada’s demands that both English and French be recognized as official national languages. President Obama has strictly held firm that no such law would be proposed in the US Congress as a part of the annexation, despite strong protests from American Republican leadership, who disagree with Obama and are willing to work on legislation that would create an official second language for the United States.
Fox says that if the annexation were to happen, the Canadian provinces would gain independence from British rule, a longstanding desire of many of Canada’s most powerful, wealthy families. They would also enjoy America’s currency system, tariff-free and open trade across a defunct international border, new foreign trade opportunities, enhanced infrastructure with broadband internet and cable television services reaching into the Canadian frontier, and a more progressive American political system and cultural outlook.
Meanwhile, the United States would gain approximately 35 million new progressive-leaning voters, which President Obama and liberals would like, and access to Canada’s wealth of oil, the third largest supply in the world, which conservatives would like. The US would also save millions of dollars per year by no longer needing to patrol its northern border or process citizenship requests from Canadians, Though Republicans have already insisted some or all of those resources be applied to America’s border with Mexico, if annexation does indeed happen.
Fox believes that while the talks have stalled, Canada will most likely be annexed by the United States before Barack Obama leaves office. “He’s making this a priority moving forward, or at least that’s what it looks like to us Canadians,” Fox says. “It’s an `everybody wins’ type of scenario. Canada is better off, the United States is better off. Even Great Britain can chalk this up as a win if you think about it, eh? So yeah, I think America is about to get a whole bunch of new States soon. You wait and see.”