Why haven't we heard of this agreement, which was signed last February, before now?! Reminds me a bit of the book Twilight...
Some claim that this agreement advances the North American Union (NAU) a European Union-like political superstate of Canada, the U.S., and Mexico. In the circles I run with the idea of the NAU has placed folks in two distinct camps: total opposition or whole-hearted approval. To oversimplify a bit, the former group argues that it will help the free flow of goods and people across borders while the latter group believes it is a step toward a one-world government rather than decentralization.
On a related note, if the NAU were to be implemented it'd mean a Euro-like currency, which some have dubbed the "amero", would replace the Canadian and American dollars and Mexican peso. That'd be pretty convenient for the governments of the three countries to further hide their fiat currency, adding yet another layer to the thoroughly false foundations.
Below is a video by Hal Turner, who claims to have received ameros printed at the Denver mint. Obviously there's a lot of different thoughts on the accuracy of this and related "evidence" so think for yourself and in the least, just be aware that there are folks out there that strongly believe this is happening behind the scenes: