Skip to comments.For America the Security and Prosperity Partnership is a “superhighway” to disaster
Posted on 02/21/2010 8:20:18 AM PST by jmaroneps37
The only byproduct of the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) initiative is the U.S.'s role in providing security for the 4,000 miles planned toll road network of superhighway corridors creating a trans-continental land bridge to bring China, Mexico and Canada prosperity at our expense.
Citizen outrage in Texas appears to have prompted TxDOT to issue its recent "No Build Alternative" to federal authorities. But Researcher Stephen Lendman who wrote a very definitive canon describing these proposed NAFTA river of trade routes through the heart of the U.S. remains skeptical. "It's only temporary," he said in a recent email.
Poignant testimony from average Texas landowners on the former Lou Dobbs Show depicts the heartbreak of farmers threatened with loss of farms in their families for four generations. One man calls the SPP initiative "a terrible attack on property rights" by the use of new eminent domain laws.
Another man says this North American Union superhighway "a plan to ship cheap goods made by foreign labor via U.S. roadways," and he fears a flood of illegal labor would rob U.S. citizens of their jobs. A Marine vows "to fight you at every meeting I'm a U.S. Marine fighting for my home."
Pin pointing how SPP came to be is difficult. North American Union, NAFTA, war on terror, Homeland Security and North American Competitiveness Council all are mentioned. Nevertheless, according to a Project Censored analysis, SPP was launched at a March 31, 2005 meeting of Presidents George W. Bush and Vicente Fox and PM Paul Martin in Waco, Texas.
Regardless of its genesis, the massive scheme of international trade imports into America would create at least two inland Smart Ports in Kansas and Canada. Using RDIF chip tracking devices via intermodal technology, fees would be collected by various corporations.
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One feature of this scheme is a big new port on the Mexican Pacific coast to accept the US bound goods from. They don’t even want to use US ports to offload the goods imported from Asia for sale in the USA.
The vast majority of the population lives near the coast.
Why unload goods off boats one thousand miles from the border and truck them into the middle of the country where they need to be trucked to the coast.
Fedgov.con is screwing the American people
The same primary factor that drives this entire scheme, and the entire export of US jobs and industries: cheap labor, cheaper port labor, cheaper port operations in general, and cheaper truck drivers to move the goods away from the ports to points all over the US (with Mexican drivers all the way).
Most folks have about had enough and the machine knows that.
They have been getting ready for some time now. As a matter of fact they created homeland security for that reason.
Imagine that, some 230 years ago we gave them a handful of basic jobs and they are just now getting around to one of them.
I expect “them” to get us in world war three anyday now.
That would probaly solve the civil inseruction problem for a few years.
Unrestricted migration to be proposed- Open Western Hemisphere borders proposed
Some of us want Texas Governor Perry defeated in the Primary because of this crap...while others say we have to bend over and take it, because he (seems like) the only conservative.
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