United States Soil?
Trans-Texas Corridor paved
with campaign contributions?
Wednesday, July 12, 2006 by Jerome R. Corsi -- The
contractors building the Trans-Texas Corridor – a massive
statewide transportation network critics claim is an important
part of the controversial proposed integration of the U.S. and
Mexico – have made large contributions to the campaigns of Texas
Feds stonewalling on
Wednesday, July 19, 2006 -- The U.S. Department of Commerce
appears to be stonewalling a Freedom of Information Act request
to obtain complete disclosure of a congressionally unauthorized
plan to implement a trilateral agreement with Mexico and Canada
that apparently could ...
U.S. lawmen outgunned along
Monday, July 17, 2006 by Joseph Farah -- Hundreds of rounds
of automatic-weapons fire rained down on South Texas sheriff's
deputies and Border Patrol agents from the Mexican side of the
Docs reveal plan for Mexican
trucks in U.S.
Internal e-mails belie public statement, suggest aim to expand
quietly. Despite claims to the contrary, a planned Midwest
"inland port" with a Mexican customs office will not be
restricted to railroad traffic, according to internal documents
obtained by WorldNetDaily.
Kansas City customs port
considered Mexican soil? A Mexican customs facility
planned for Kansas City's
inland port may have to be considered the sovereign soil of
Mexico as part of an effort to lure officials in that country
into cooperating with the Missouri development project.
Despite adamant denials by Kansas City Area Development
Council officials, WND has obtained e-mails and other documents
from top executives with the KCSmartPort project that suggest
such a facility would by necessity be considered Mexican
territory – despite its presence in the heartland of the U.S.
North American Union to Replace USA?
Secretly, the Bush administration is pursuing a policy to expand
NAFTA politically, setting the stage for a North American Union
designed to encompass the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. What the
Bush administration truly wants is the free, unimpeded movement
of people across open borders with Mexico and Canada.
Bush Administration Quietly Plans NAFTA Super Highway
good reason Bush does not want to secure the border with Mexico
may be that the administration is trying to create express lanes
for Mexican trucks to bring containers with cheap Far East goods
into the heart of the U.S., all without the involvement of any
U.S. union workers on the docks or in the trucks
CFR/Bilderberg Plan To Erase US Borders
Finally Gets Attention
Bush 'super-state' agenda to create American Union
After nearly ten years of reporting by Alex
Jones and the rest of the Patriot Movement, the establishment
press is finally covering serious reports on the plan for a
Pan-American Union, based on recent articles by
Human Events columnist Jerome Corsi.
Corridor encompasses Interstate Highways 35, 29 and 94, and the
significant east/west connectors to those highways in the United
States, Canada and Mexico. The Corridor directly impacts the
continental trade flow of North America. Membership includes
public and private sector entities along the Corridor in Canada,
the United States and Mexico. http://www.nascocorridor.com/pages/about/about.htm
The current plan for the NAFTA Super
Corridor calls for the construction of a 12-lane highway (six
lanes in each direction) along Interstate 35. The Kansas City
SmartPort is designed to be the central hub in the planned NAFTA
north-south superhighway cutting through the heart of the United
States. In fact,
Kansas City is so enthusiastic about the opportunity, the
cost of building the $3 million dollar facility for Mexico will
be paid for by Kansas City taxpayers, not by the Mexican
No stop is planned for customs
inspection for KCSM trains until the Mexican customs facility
located at Kansas City. The only security check planned at the
U.S. border with Mexico is electronic, with the KCSM railroad
moving along pre-approved KCS rail lines.
Kansas City is planning to allow the
Mexican government to open a Mexican customs office in
conjunction with the Kansas City SmartPort. This will be the
first foreign customs facility allowed to operate on U.S. soil.
founded in 2003 by NASCO members in Canada, US and Mexico to
bring together the growing number of Inland Ports along IMCTC to
provide a forum for the Inland Ports.
Founded in 1986, the
Alliance (BTA) is a grassroots, non-profit
organization that serves as a forum for participants to address
key issues affecting trade and economic development in North
America. Working with entities in Canada, Mexico and the United
States, the BTA advocates on behalf of policies and initiatives
designed to improve border affairs and trade relations among the
"Community" means integrating the United
States with the corruption, socialism, poverty and population of
Mexico and Canada. "Common perimeter" means wide-open U.S.
borders between the U.S., Mexico and Canada. "Community" is
sometimes called "space" but the CFR goal is clear: "a common
economic space ... for all people in the region, a space in
which trade, capital, and people flow freely." The CFR's
"integrated" strategy calls for "a more open border for the
movement of goods and people."
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is
overseeing the Trans-Texas Corridor (TTC) as the
first leg of the NAFTA Super Highway. A 4,000-page
environmental impact statement has already been
public hearings are scheduled for five weeks,
beginning next month, in July 2006. The billions involved will
be provided by a foreign company, Cintra Concessions de
Infraestructuras de Transporte, S.A. of Spain. As a consequence,
the TTC will be privately operated, leased to the
Cintra consortium to be operated as a toll-road.
June 25. 2006 6:59AM Lease of Toll
Road to take effect Wednesday
Finance Authority, which owns the 157-mile highway, is leasing
it to a 50-50 investment consortium known as Cintra-Macquarie.
Cintra is Cintra Concesiones de Infraestructuras de Transporte
SA, from Madrid, Spain, and Macquarie is Macquarie
Infrastructure Group, of Sydney, Australia. Indiana gets a cash
payment of $3.8 billion the day the deal closes. (By wire, in
separate funds transfers that cannot exceed the U.S. Federal
Reserve System's limit of $999 million each.) And
Cintra-Macquarie gets all tolls and concession revenues for the
next 75 years. Those have been estimated at $120 billion, not
adjusted for inflation.
A four-lane 316 mile toll road between
Dallas and San Antonio for up to 50 years as the initial segment
of TTC-35." For this, Cintra-Zachry paid Texas $1.2 billion for
the long-term right to build and operate the initial segment as
a toll facility.
"Main Street of America" becomes road to profits
A report prepared by Wilbur Smith Associates for the State of
Indiana during the exploratory phase of privatization estimates
toll revenue could almost double to $162 million in 2010 from
the $88 million collected in 2005.
companies seeking to buy four underground parking garages from
The city in
a press release today said prospective bidders for the garages
also included the two firms that last year paid $1.83 billion to
the city for its only toll road: Australia's Macquarie
Infrastructure Group and Cintra Concesiones de Infraestructuras
de Transporte of Madrid.
In this 50-year plan of toll road and
rail, think of what this same burgeoning population will be
breathing and eating and wearing when each mile of this folly
will destroy 146 acres of productive land, plus fragmenting
other farm or ranch acres, putting them out of use
confronts 'super-state' effort
Demands full disclosure of White
House work with Mexico, Canada
June 15, 2006 © 2006 WorldNetDaily.com
Responding to a WorldNetDaily report, Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo.,
is demanding the Bush administration fully disclose the
activities of an office implementing a trilateral agreement with
Mexico and Canada that apparently could lead to a North American
union, despite having no authorization from Congress.