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United States Sovereignty

Presidential candidate George W. Bush stated in August 2000 in a speech on Latin America in Miami Florida:

"...By nominating me, my party has made a choice to welcome the new America."

Our intentionally unsecured borders and our government's deliberate and unapologetic lack of enforcement of our immigration and employment laws is merely a necessary step to a much larger goal - a "New America" in a "North American Community."

A New America that would replace the traditional self-governing "Old America" for which our founders sacrificed and our grandfathers fought to pass on.

In March 2005, President George W. Bush and the leaders of Mexico and Canada announced the establishment of the "Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America." This represents the official public beginning of an ongoing series of agreements and implementations aimed at combining the economies, populations and cultures of the nations of North America into a borderless “North American Free Trade Zone”......  
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Think: "I pledge allegiance to the Continent and to the Commerce for which it stands."

Along with mass, uncontrolled immigration, legal and illegal, trade agreements are a favored tool in the transformation. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the recently passed Central America Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), and the upcoming attempt to put the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) in place would guarantee a unending “free flow” of goods and people across our traditional borders.

While most Americans expect to pass on to their children a nation of law, with defined, secured borders - and a common language, the Globalist elite who are actually making the decisions concerning our future have a far different America in mind.

In the summer of 2005, the Europeans were allowed to vote on the EU Constitution that would have codified the European Union and a common set of intrusive and socialist laws that would have governed member nations. Those laws would have been enforced.

The French (the French!) and the Dutch voted a loud and clear NO! ... and opted to keep what remains of their own freedoms and sovereignty.

The nearest we as Americans will get to a similar vote is when we go to the polls and elect our leaders.

Here, we respectfully point you to articles, news and organizations that make no pretense of hiding the agenda of open borders for the sake ease of increased profit. Or... the very real goal of eliminating American sovereignty in order to create a continental market place in which business replaces patriotism and the American citizens and middle class are the stuff of quaint history.

What would our grandfathers say? What will our children say if we allow this to happen?

Read D.A. King’s June 2006 Atlanta Journal Constitution column on the Borderless Continent, or see this AJC column with added informational links.

Organizations and their agendas

Specific organizations, such as the Council on Foreign Relations, openly call for the merging of the United States, Mexico and Canada.

Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America

Security and Prosperity Partnership Of North America
"President George Bush, President Vicente Fox of Mexico, and Prime Minister Paul Martin of Canada unveiled a blueprint for a safer and more prosperous North America when they announced the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) on March 23, 2005 in Waco, Texas"

FTAA - Free Trade Area of the Americas: pending national disaster

Trade agreements are the instruments by which the globalists execute their plans for a New World Order. These agreements allow greedy corporate interests to exploit cheap labor in foreign countries with no regard for environmental protection and workers' rights. These agreements require the free movement of goods and people across our borders, while mandating that any objections be adjudicated by an international tribunal. In other words, American laws will be subordinate to decisions of an international tribunal.

These "trade agreements" are not simply about economics and trade, but are more about open borders and dissolution of national sovereignty as part of a New World Order. The Council on Foreign Relations has hidden in plain sight the stepping stones toward a New World Order, beginning with NAFTA, then CAFTA, then the pending FTAA. The Council on Foreign Relations globalists have been blatantly open about their plans and strategies, seeking to make an "end-run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece" (The Hard Road to World Order, Richard Gardner, Foreign Affairs, Council on Foreign Relations, April 1974; here is another copy).

CAFTA - Central American Free Trade Agreement

CAFTA was signed into law in July, 2005. It was soundly defeated in the House, but then passed in the House by only one vote in a questionable, if not flatly illegal, disregard of House voting rules to extend the voting period. It must also be pointed out that at least one no vote was incorrectly recorded as a yes vote.

NAFTA - North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement

NAFTA was signed into law in January, 1994. Really an investment agreement, its core provisions grant foreign investors a remarkable set of new rights and privileges that promote relocation abroad of factories and jobs and the privatization and deregulation of essential services, such as water, energy and health care. Ten years later, this radical experiment has demonstrated a race-to-the-bottom in wages, domestic and foreign job destruction, the undermining of democratic control of domestic policy-making and the gutting of health, environmental and food safety standards.

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Meet Robert Pastor: Father of the North American Union
by Jerome R. Corsi
Posted Jul 25, 2006

Robert Pastor intends to give away U.S. sovereignty to a newly forming North American Union exactly as he gave away the Panama Canal to Panama during Jimmy Carter’s presidency.

As we are taught in grade school, George Washington is the Father of our nation. If the North American Union comes into existence as the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) asserts, then we all better get prepared for a new hero. Robert Pastor is the person most likely to be proclaimed the father of the North American Union, a designation consistent with his decades-long history of viewing U.S. national interests through the lens of an extreme leftist almost anti-American political philosophy....

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Coming Through! The NAFTA Super Highway
by Kelly Taylor
August 7, 2006
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.....The planned NAFTA Super Highway would radically reconfigure not only the physical landscape of these United States, but our political and economic landscapes as well.

Kelly Taylor is an Austin-based writer and filmmaker, and the producer of a politically based TV talk show.

All across America, mammoth construction projects are preparing to launch. The NAFTA Super Highway is on a fast track and it's headed your way. If you don't help derail it, you may soon be run over by it - both figuratively and literally.

The NAFTA Super Highway is a venture unlike any previous highway construction project. It is actually a daisy chain of dozens of corridors and coordinated projects that are expected to stretch out for several decades, cost hundreds of billions of dollars, and end up radically reconfiguring not only the physical landscape of these United States, but our political and economic landscapes as well.

In Texas, the NAFTA Super Highway is being sold as the Trans Texas Corridor. In simplest terms, the TTC is a superhighway system including tollways for passenger vehicles and trucks; lanes for commercial and freight trucks; tracks for commuter rail and high-speed freight rail; depots for all rail lines; pipelines for oil, water, and natural gas; and electrical towers and cabling for communication and telephone lines. One of the proposed corridor routes, TTC-35, is parallel to the present Interstate Highway 35 (I-35), slightly to the east, running north from Mexico to Canada. Its present scope is 4,000 miles long, 1,200 feet wide, with an estimated cost of $183 billion of taxpayer funds. It runs through Kansas City.

Integration vs. Independence

How would all of this affect you, your family, and your community? Let us count the ways. One of the most striking features of the proposed Super Highway is the plan to do away with our borders, as evidenced by the joint U.S.-Mexico Customs facility already under construction in Kansas City, Missouri. A U.S. Customs checkpoint in Kansas City? But that's a thousand miles inside America's heartland; isn't the purpose of U.S. Customs to check people and cargo at our borders?

Ah, but the mere asking of that question shows that you're still operating under the old paradigm that sees the United States as an independent, sovereign nation. However, that paradigm began to change following passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in 1994. NAFTA, which was sold to the American public as a simple trade agreement, was actually far more than that, setting in motion a process for the gradual social, economic, and political "integration," or merger, of the three NAFTA countries - Canada, the United States, and Mexico - into a North American Union.

In 2005, this merger process became more explicit and aggressive when President Bush, Mexico's President Vicente Fox, and Canada's Prime Minister Martin launched what they call the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP). Any serious study of the SPP will clearly reveal that its ultimate aim is the dissolution of the United States into a North American Union patterned after the increasingly dictatorial regional government now running the European Union. Henceforth, under this plan, the borders between our nations will be incrementally erased in favor of a joint "perimeter" around all three countries.

One part of this plan calls for streamlining .....

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The Texas Insider ~ Governor's Border Plan

Governor Rick Perry's Immigration Plan

Earlier this month, Governor Rick Perry announced his plans to help tighten security along the 1,200 mile Texas-Mexico border.  These efforts are in response to the gaps left by inadequate federal funding and action for border security, and include the following:

  • Dedication of $20 million in available state funds to support Operation Rio Grande, a comprehensive border security strategy ordered by the Governor in February 2005.  These funds will be used for overtime pay and protective gear (body armor, goggles, etc.) for officers, necessary equipment and technology upgrades, such as electronic fingerprint booking stations.
  • Request for $100 million from the Legislature next session to sustain Operation Rio Grande until Texas receives adequate support from the federal government for border security.  These funds will be used to increase the presence of law enforcement along the borders with 1,000 additional officers.
  • Cooperation with private landowners to voluntarily participate in a $5 million program to place hundreds of surveillance cameras along common routes used for illegal entrance into this country.  These cameras will cover vast stretches of farm and ranchland along the border where criminal activity is known to occur.

Particularly alarming in the Governor's press release about his immigration plan is a report from the Texas Rangers that, on a least one occasion, Mexican military has crossed onto U.S. soil.  This incident reportedly happened several years ago and raises concerns about more recent events, including one that involved a standoff between sheriff's deputies and armed men wearing Mexican military-style uniforms. 
Additionally, Governor Perry, along with the ...

Spanish firm to build and run new PFI toll road in Texas
International Construction Review:  August 25 , 2006
"Construction of the new toll road project, designed to develop an alternative route to Interstate 35 as part of the planned Trans-Texas Corridor is due to start early next year..."    
Grupo Ferrovial, Spain's construction, infrastructure and services giant, had a busy summer acquiring airports in the UK and Peru. Now it has a concession to build and operate a Texas superhighway.
Construction of the new toll road project, designed to develop an alternative route to Interstate 35 as part of the planned Trans-Texas Corridor is due to start early next year.
This is has been agreed by the Texas Department of Transport under a comprehensive development deal with the Spanish company Cintra - Concesiones de Infrastructuras de Transporte, a member of the Ferrovial group.
Cintra's partner for the five-year road building programme is the San Antonio-based contractor Zachry Construction Corp, but Ferrovial's construction company Agroman is getting a share in the business.
Zachry joined with Cintra in a scheme to provide private investment worth $6 billion. The assignment is to design, build and operate a four-lane toll road covering the 500 km distance between Dallas and San Antonio, bypassing the State capital at Austin.
For this concession Cintra is paying the State of Texas $1.2 billion. It gives them the right to build and operate this initial segment of the intended Trans-Texas Corridor.
This would be part of the 'super-highway' spanning the United States from the Mexican border at Laredo, making its way through Texas, Kansas and Oklahoma and connecting with the Canadian highway system north of Duluth, Minnesota.
Because it would provide a connection all the way between Canada and Mexico, the project is also described as the North American Free Trade Area (NAFTA) super highway.
The project as conceived by Cintra and its partners and endorsed by the Texas transport department is certainly ambitious. They have talked about developing a corridor providing two lanes for high speed trucks and three for passenger vehicles in each direction, plus high speed and freight railway lines, possibly also telecommunication cables and oil, gas and water pipelines in an adjacent utilities corridor.
But a corridor of this overall width -- maybe as much as 360 m - has alarmed people who stand forced to surrender property in land and buildings to the project. This concern has been sharpened by the disclosure that, citing a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling, the developers intend to exercise the principle of 'eminent domain' in land acquisition proceedings on the grounds that they are acting as agents of a public authority.
The developers apparently believe that such rights, once established in Texas, could then be applied across the entire 6,500 km length of the NAFTA highway. Whether that proves to be so depends on the outcome of any challenge that might be launched against such a claim.
The Cintra-Zachry partnership is however in a strong position because they have already secured an agreement granting them the right to develop the new highway in Texas. They have also put money down for the privilege.
The first concession within the Trans-Texas Corridor has already been awarded to Cintra. According to a statement by parent company Ferrovial, construction is expected to start early in 2007 once environmental and other permits have been obtained.
These initial contracts, to build two segments of the new toll road 64 km between Austin and Seguin will be performed 50 per cent each by Ferrovial's construction subsidiary Agroman and Zachry, which has won around $180 million worth of road contracts already this year from the Texas Department of Transport.
Total construction investment in the new contracts is said to be $1.3 billion.
"The new highway", the statement explained, "will offer an alternative to I-35 between San Antonio and north Austin, making it possible to avoid the highly congested area of central Austin on medium and long-distance journeys.
"The new high capacity road will absorb growth in long-distance truck traffic expected as a result of trade agreements between the United States, Mexico and Canada."
Cintra has also recently taken over management of the Indiana Toll Road (ITR) after paying $3.8 billion to the State's finance authority for the transfer of the asset. In a 50:50 consortium with the Australian bank Macquarie, Cintra now has charge of this 250 km highway which links Chicago with the eastern seaboard of the United States.
The concession will run over 75 years.
The company commented: "The project reinforces Cintra's presence in the U.S., a strategic market for the company: it has a 99-year concession to operate the Chicago Skyway ($1.83 billion) which links with the Indiana Toll Road, and it is a strategic partner of the State of Texas for 50 years to develop the Trans-Texas Corridor, one of the most ambitious infrastructure projects ever undertaken in the United States.

Detect and deter
Salina Journal, KS : August 24 , 2006 -- by DARRIN STINEMAN
"There's nothing I'm aware of in any authorization bill," Roberts said. "I don't know where these things get started. This is one of those blogosphere things that makes you wonder what's going on."    
The threat terrorism poses to America -- even mid-America -- is real.
The idea that Congress is considering authorizing a new NAFTA superhighway is not.
Those were among the nuggets of information Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., left with a crowd of about 50 people who came out to see him Wednesday at the final stop of an 11-city tour, a luncheon at the Salina Area Chamber of Commerce.
As chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Roberts is in the know on the war on terror, and a good part of his 30-minute monologue had to do with that subject.
"My first obligation right now is to make sure that our committee does everything we can to guarantee that we have the very best intelligence possible to give to our policymakers and those who defend our country," said Roberts, who served eight terms in the House of Representatives before being elected to the Senate in 1996.
"The fact that we have not had an attack in the last five years since that fateful September morning, it didn't happen by accident. We're in much better shape in regard to detect and to deter and to stop terrorist attacks. We're doing a better job."
That said, Roberts said one of his biggest concerns is complacency he senses from Americans regarding the threat of catastrophic terror events on U.S. soil. He said a recent poll indicated half of Americans don't believe a terror attack is imminent.
"I think it's pretty easy in Salina, Kansas, America to say, 'Wait a minute. This doesn't affect me. Something will happen in the ports or in the nation's capital or in New York or L.A., or people using planes as missiles,' " Roberts said.
Easy to attack us here
But an attack on America's heartland could be just as crippling as any of those scenarios, he said.
Recently, Roberts said, he took part in an exercise in which he played the role of the president in the wake of an agri-terrorism attack.
"There was an infestation of foot-and-mouth disease," Roberts said. "Put a handkerchief under a diseased animal in Afghanistan, put it in a Zip-lock bag and send it to the United States. Drop that in a feedlot, and we're in a world of hurt.
"(In the exercise), the people in cities finally figured out their food didn't come from grocery stores. All exports stopped; all the markets closed. It was one chaotic time, and it's so easy to do."
We can't pull out now
About half of Roberts' hour behind the microphone was spent answering questions from the crowd.
Salinan Randy Hardy wanted to know if the U.S. plan for Iraq takes into account the intense rivalries between ethnic factions in that country.
Roberts said that has been a tricky issue to deal with, but he supports President Bush's decision to stay the course.
"If we simply pull out, all hell's gonna break loose," Roberts said, "and the chaotic effect of that will be a Shi'a (Muslim) crescent, if you will, with Iran calling the shots under (Shi'a leadership) with the help of Syria and its weaponry. I would think the future of Israel would be in grave doubt."
This could mean war
Alan Jilka, a member of the Salina City Commission, asked Roberts what the United States can do at this point to make up for the "gross failure" of its energy policy and reduce dependency on foreign oil.
Roberts acknowledged Jilka's point that America's need for Middle East oil leaves it in a precarious spot as it tries to pressure Iran to abandon its nuclear program.
"Military contingencies may become necessary, but I sure hope that's not the case," Roberts said. "It isn't like the pre-emptive strike that the Israelis did some years ago (in 1981 when Israel bombed an Iraqi nuclear reactor) where there's one location. There are lots of locations, and they're fiercely protected and imbedded, so it would be a very, very difficult thing for any kind of military contingency.
"But it could come to that. This is a very dangerous situation."
Energy independent
During his monologue, Roberts spoke extensively about energy issues and said he wants to see the United States make a serious effort to become energy independent.
Roberts said America received 40 percent of its energy from foreign sources 30 years ago, and it's 60 percent today
"And a lot of that is state-owned enterprises, meaning Hugo Chavez in Venezuela, the new Fidel Castro in the Southern Hemisphere," he said. "I don't particularly want to be beholden to a guy named Vladimir Putin (of Russia), or even more especially, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Iran in regards to our energy supply. I think we have a real crisis on our hands."
Roberts praised Kansas for developing eight ethanol plants, a biodiesel plant and several wind-energy farms in response to the need for alternative energy.
In 2007, when the election is past and Congress isn't so volatile, Roberts said, he wants to see the government take a hard look at expanding energy opportunities via "clean coal," nuclear energy and drilling both off shore and in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska.
"I hope the president will work with those of us in Congress who are energy-oriented and lay it all out -- lay all sources of energy out on the table for a Manhattan project," Roberts said, referring to the collaborative effort that led to the development of the first nuclear weapons during World War II. "Let's get going, because we cannot be dependent on foreign sources of oil -- especially when many of our adversaries control a lot of that product. We've wasted too much time."
12 lanes of nothing
Gary Swartzendruber, the Democratic candidate for Saline County Commission, asked Roberts to comment on "discussions that are under way for a proposed NAFTA superhighway" that would run from Mexico through the midsection of America to Canada.
Roberts kept a straight face while saying in jest that Congress had funded the project, then drew laughter when he said, "Actually, it's 12 lanes and it goes through K-State on game days so we don't have to mess with the orange barrels."
But seriously ...
"There's nothing I'm aware of in any authorization bill," Roberts said. "I don't know where these things get started. This is one of those blogosphere things that makes you wonder what's going on."

North American Union Threatens U.S. Sovereignty
Human Events : August 20 , 2006 -- by Alan Caruba
"The name of this effort is called the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) and, guess what, it has not been submitted to the Senate for its oversight or concurrence because, by some magic of governmental definition, it is not a treaty. Instead, its administration is buried in the bowels of the Commerce Department..."    
The problem with the Bush administration is that not enough of its officials have read the U.S. Constitution. Take, for example, Section 2 of Article 2. When dealing with foreign nations, it says that the President “shall have the power, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to make treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur….”
So, why is President Bush and his administration seeking to establish a North American Union that would, in effect, abolish the borders between Canada, Mexico, and the United States of America?
Moreover, it would involve our government in so many common regulatory mandates with these two nations as to render the sovereignty of the United States a memory of what national self-governance is supposed to be.
The name of this effort is called the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) and, guess what, it has not been submitted to the Senate for its oversight or concurrence because, by some magic of governmental definition, it is not a treaty. Instead, its administration is buried in the bowels of the Commerce Department.
It does have, however, the blessing of the political and corporate elites of all three nations. A visit to the SPP website says it “was launched in March of 2005 as a trilateral effort to increase security and enhance prosperity among the United States, Canada and Mexico through greater cooperation and information sharing.”
It is an attack on American sovereignty. In the smoothest and most soothing writing you will find anywhere, the website spells out the wonders of SPP. They include the North American Competitiveness Council, the North American Energy Security Initiative, the North American Emergency Management plan, and plans for “smart, secure borders.” And right now there are “working groups” whose purpose is to “improve productivity, reduce the costs of trade, and enhance the quality of life.”
And if you like snake oil, permit SPP to sell it to you by the barrel, but the boxcar, and by the tanker.
The SPP didn’t start out as an idea the presidents of the three nations started kicking around on March 23, 2005 in Waco, Texas, but it became the official policy of the United States at a special summit convened by President Bush and joined by then Mexican President Vicente Fox and Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin.
Like so many really bad foreign policy concepts, SPP owes its origins to the Council on Foreign Relations; in this case, CFRÂ’s Task Force on North America. Its report, “Building a North American Community” envisions the elimination of U.S. borders in just five years. Like termites eating away at the sovereignty of the United States of America, this grandiose scheme is a major threat to American security and prosperity.
The Marxist majordomo of this task force is Professor Robert Pastor who told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee “The best way to secure the United States today is not at our two borders with Mexico and Canada but at the borders of North America as a whole.” Oh, yeah????
This surely explains why Mexico is doing such a great job of stopping the drug smugglers or the one million Mexicans who each year consider the U.S. border a mere fiction in their pursuit of jobs President Bush keeps telling us Americans won’t take. This is pure bunk and dangerous bunk at that.
I have many Canadian friends, but it seems to me Canada took too long to discover it had some fanatical Muslims in its midst who were plotting terrible things. Frankly, I want us to cooperate against a common enemy, but I do not want to place the responsibility for America’s security in anyone’s hands, but our own.
A North American Union promises not only security, says SPP, but prosperity too. Without SPP, however, the three nations already do more than $800 billion in trilateral trade.
Surely the U.S. needs Mexico’s help to improve our economy? As the economist, Robert J. Samuelson, noted in a June column, “The subtext for the United States immigration debate is Mexico. Why doesn’t its economy grow faster, creating more jobs and higher living standards?” The answer to that has something to do with the endemic corruption that infests all levels of Mexico’s governmental and business sectors. Something is very wrong when Mexico’s economy must literally depend on the billions its illegal aliens send home from the U.S.
In 2002, the then-Mexican Foreign Minister Jorge Castanega explained to the local press that destroying the border involved “the metaphor of Gulliver, of ensnarling the giant. Tying it up, with nails, with thread, with 20,000 nets that bog it down: these nets being norms, principles, resolutions, agreements, and bilateral, regional and international covenants.”
Bush43 is carrying out Bush41Â’s daft and dangerous “new world order” and his indifference to America’s illegal immigration crisis is symptomatic of the SPP objectives.
On June 15, U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez, Mexican Economy Minister Sergio Garcia de Alba, and Canadian Minister of Industry Maxime Bernier joined North American business leaders to launch the North American Competitiveness Council. The objective is the promotion of “regional competitiveness in the global community.”
As if the floundering economies of the member nations of the European Union were not warning enough, it is proposed that the United States enter into a similar union.
A lot of corporations with global interests like this idea. Among those sponsoring the North American Union are FedEx Corporation, Mittal Steel USA, General Motors Corporation, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Campbell’s Soup Company, Gillette Inc., Merck & Company, and Wal-Mart Stores.
Since the United States is already a signatory to NAFTA and CAFTA, why is SPP necessary? Just how many treaties, agreements and protocols are necessary to promote trade and economic growth?
Just how many nets and norms, traps and snares, will ultimately undermine U.S. prosperity, drive down the wages of America’s middle class, and improve the ability of the Mexican drug cartels to deliver their goods?
Like termites eating away at the sovereignty of the United States of America, this grandiose scheme, hatched in some darkened cavern of the Council on Foreign Affairs, is a major threat to American security and prosperity.
It was been introduced by fiat, by executive action, by a “summit” of the three nation’s leaders, and the time is long overdue for the Senate to demand to exercise its Constitutional responsibility and right to determine if it wishes to give its consent to yet another “entangling alliance.”

  Kansas City SmartPort Uncovered! 
Pieces of the NAFTA Superhighway are falling into place, behind the scenes.
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US Citizens & Mexican Citizens


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Since the passage of NAFTA (the North American Free Trade Act) there has been talk of a “superhighway”, or a series of “superhighways” that allow the efficient movement of cargo and laborers within North America.

Although there have been denials of such a highway, the North American Super Corridor Coalition (NASCO) exists to promote just such a highway!  One piece of it is in progress in Kansas City, Missouri. The Kansas City SmartPort is an “inland port” that will handle US and Mexican customs and inspections.  It is to be the link between seaports in Mexico and major truck, air and rail lines in the United States, all the way to Manitoba, Canada. 

Here’s the troubling part. After cargo arrives at Mexican seaports (mostly from Asia), it is to be shipped to Kansas City,  for US customs and inspection. There will be no US “border” inspection. The cargo will be approved and screened for security in a Mexican port.  Sounds like the Dubai Portsworld debacle? It does, but the press and Congress seem unconcerned about it.

Additionally, pre-approved cargo originating in Mexico  can pass through the border unimpeded and will not be inspected or go through US customs until (and if) it gets to Kansas City. Again, we are relying on other countries to keep us safe from terrorism, nuclear waste and semi-trucks full of illegal immigrants or other illegal cargo.

Other problems with the “SuperHighway “ and SmartPort that concern many Americans are:

·       U.S. Sovereignty. A Mexican customs office is planned for  Kansas City (with the innocuous name of Kansas City Customs). If the U.S. State Department approves it, this will be  the first foreign customs operation on US soil, and there is a concern that Mexico will have sovereignty in their facilities (ie, Mexican customs office will not be subject to US laws).

·        U.S. jobs will permanently be lost. Good paying union jobs in the US for American truckers, railway workers, airline staff and dockworkers will permanently shift to non-Americans. For example, the Mexican Ports that are being developed are funded and run in part by a Hong-Kong shipper. Additionally, the Texas TRansCorridor (piece of the superhighway) is tentatively contracted out to a Spanish company to build and operate. Few if any of these jobs will go to US Citizens. The profits from the undertakings will flow out of our country, and we will lose tax revenues as well!

vironmental Issues. Mexico does not require the level of emission controls that the US does. As more Mexican trucks enter and traverse the United States, more pollution will accompany them. 

·         Concentrated level of pollutants in Kansas City. Additional pollutants and ozone concerns are raised by the planned increase in rail and truck traffic in the Kansas City Area. Locomotives-which are too expensive to shut down-usually run 24 hours a day, and are one of the worst polluters in the transportation system. Mexico does not require the same level of emission controls on trucks as the US does.

·        Kansas City taxpayers are providing a loan for the construction of the Mexican customs facility! (Read More)

Please join us in taking action so that the Citizens of the United States are involved in these and other decisions of sovereignty and homeland security.











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