“NAFTA was merely the first draft of an economic constitution for North America.” Robert Pastor, the leader in the plan for an integrated North America.” Foreign Affairs, Council on Foreign Relations, Feb. 2004.
“For it is obvious to all those who take the time to look, that we are headed into [a] period of national freefall, when American society plunges head first into a dark abyss of uncertainty, as the old order passes away, and the New World Order rushes in to fill the void.” Peter Chamberlin, 12/09/07.
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said that “the Obama Administration was ‘very close’ to announcing a plan that would resolve the cross-border trucking dispute with Mexico” (05/07/2010).
That means, soon, non-stop Mexican trucks, driven by Mexicans, will be traveling from super ports on the lower west coast of Mexico to destinations across North America. As the border ports of entry on our southern border are finally upgraded, courtesy of amnesty bills , then trucks and passenger cars will cross the continent using electronic clearance through systems such as the enhanced Drivers license or ID with RFID readers. Cargo would be checked at its point of origin and again with detectors at Mexican ports. Yes, there are a lot of flaws but remember, open borders is the end game for an integrated North America. You will be disappointed if you think comprehensive immigration legislation will stop the free flow of cheap labor from south of our border. Or the free flow of Mexicans in general.
The latest amnesty bill, H.R. 4321, put together by Latino congressmen, provides for the upgrades to NAFTA Super transportation corridors and border crossing infrastructure. Our government, the Federal Highway Administration, even allotted American taxpayers money to provide aid to border states in Mexico and Canada so that projects for these “public/private” North American transportation corridors can be completed. See Coordinated Border Infrastructure Program Q and A. Scroll down to Projects in Canada or Mexico.
Also see H.R. 4321, SEC. 140. Ports of Entry Infrastructure and Operations Assessment Study.
(A) fulfill immediate security requirements;
(B) facilitate trade across the borders of the United States;
(C) facilitate individual travel; and
(D) reduce individual and commercial wait times for pedestrians and vehicles.
(e) Divergence from priorities- The Commissioner may diverge from the priority order if the Commissioner determines that siginificantly changed circumstances, such as immediate security needs or changes in infrastructure in Mexico or Canada, compellingly alter the need for a project in the United States,
This amnesty bill is about gaining operational control of the borders of the United States, in coordination with the same efforts by Canada and Mexico, thus completing the North American common security perimeter. At the same time the bill provides for infrastructure at the border and beyond to meet the requirements of the North American transportation corridors that are also being upgraded to multi-modal capability. These highways will be used to provide seamless travel throughout the continent for commerce and “citizens” of North America. (Keep thinking European Union.)
See this well documented article on continental transportation corridors, “NAFTA Super Highway: Building a Corporate America.”
The most well-known transportation corridor organization is NASCO, North America’s SuperCorridor Coalition, Inc. The Texas Department of Transportation joined NASCO in 2006. The Trans Texas Corridor is part of the continental system. Led by Governor Rick Perry, the project will take over half a million acres through eminent domain but the citizens of the state are fighting back. A description of the highway, a toll road that would be run by a Spanish company (the plan so far), was provided by the Texas DOT in 2002:
“The Trans Texas Corridor is an all-Texas transportation network of corridors up to 1,200 feet wide. The corridor will include separate tollways for passenger vehicles and trucks. The corridor also will include six rail lines(three in each direction); two tracks for highspeed passenger rail, two for commuter rail and two for freight. The third component of the corridor will be a protected network of safe and reliable utility lines for water, petroleum, natural gas, electricity and data.”
This project is designed to bring about the integration of the three nations and the treatment of all inhabitants as citizens of North America. The Council on Foreign Relations plan for Building a North American Community, the “road map” for this continental integration, “propose a community based on the principle affirmed in the March 2005 Joint Statement of the three leaders that ‘our security and prosperity are mutually dependent and complementary.'”
“Its boundaries will be defined by a common external tariff and an outer security perimeter within which the movement of people, products, and capital will be legal, orderly, and safe. Its goal will be to guarantee a free, secure, just and prosperous North America.” Page 3, North American Community. See link in paragraph below.
This outer security perimeter and other building blocks of an eventual union of North America can be found in amnesty bills and in the plan for Building a North American Community. Much of the harmonization and integration has been completed by 20 working groups from Canada, Mexico and the United States under Geri Word at the U.S. Department of Commerce. You may want to print the 32 pages of this plan, which is a U.S. Department of State approved document and keep it for reference.
This document for Building a North American Community, if implemented, will be more important than the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution since it will bring about the deconstruction of the United States and the birth of a North American region with appropriate governing institutions. And, as in the European Union, national constitutions will be changed to harmonize regionally and globally. That’s the plan but the reality will look nothing like the plan.
Get used to the fact that our rulers have more in common with leaders, shakers and movers of other nations than they have with the American people. They can build a nation and they can tear it down. Those in charge have made it abundantly clear that our system of government is outdated and a change is necessary.
Strobe Talbot, a classmate of Bill Clinton, and a member of his administration, spoke for the global ruling class when he wrote “The Birth of the Global Nation in Time Magazine on July 29, 1992. An excerpt:
“…within the next hundred years…nationhood as we know it will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single, global authority. A phrase briefly fashionable in the mid-20th century–‘citizen of the world’–will have assumed real meaning by the end of the 21st century.”
These people are serious and their timeline for success is short. Passage of a “typical” amnesty bill will put in motion events that will officially set up the continent’s outer boundaries and have a new demographic (Mexicans) in place for a large part of the United States. Regional governing institutions will administer North America and movement toward a European Union type of regional government in the next few decades will continue.
However, when you force a nation to merge into larger continental entity consisting of diverse groups with no common bond, history, culture or language and one or more of these groups has a genuine hatred of everything that nation stands for, there won’t be a happy ending.
This new demographic will consist of a clearly hostile group that wants nothing to do with our history, language or culture. Forcing two such groups together will bring about the balkanization and literal breakup of the United States. As goes America, so goes the world. For a dose of reality in a land of lies, please see Mexican Invasion of California: All is not Quiet on the Western Front.
Also go to this site, scroll down and watch the video, a declaration of Mexican manifest destiny aimed at America. You are looking at the future.
NOTICE: Update President Calderon’s Speech. Go to “Calderon’s Speech: drop Arizona’s Law, renew Assault Weapons Ban, continue building North American Region”