Obama wants UK in the EU.

While U.S. integrates further with Canada & Mexico

It is being reported that U.S. officials are stressing to the UK government to stay in the EU and continue with integration. Obama is backing David Cameron's approach in his battle for a 'better deal for Britain'.

This of course is no surprise, it has been U.S. policy since 1945.

The U.S. themselves have been apart of the so-called 'North American Union' (NAU) since 2005 when U.S. President George W. Bush, Paul Martin the Prime Minister of Canada and Vicente Fox, President of Mexico signed the "Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America"(SPP) treaty with the purpose of providing greater cooperation on security and economic issues.

Stated goals of the SPP are - "Cooperation and information sharing, improving productivity, reducing the costs of trade, enhancing the joint stewardship of the environment, facilitating agricultural trade while creating a safer and more reliable food supply, and protecting people from disease."

Sound familiar?

Integration was front page news in 2008 with a proposed SPP super-highway. But the Department of Transportation Appropriations Act was made law prohibiting the use of federal funds for "U.S. Department of Transportation participation in the activities of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP)".