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davidt
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 A super highway being built quietly from Mexico to Canada unto the union of nations.

Now I don't know a whole lot about politics and what not. But, I have been hearing about this NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) superhighway for a while. I wasn't sure about it if it were a conspiracy or not but now it is being openly talked about on the news like Lou Dobb's and Glenn Beck's show's. From what I have heard it has been denied by many politician's as crazy and yet is now already being built in Texas. The story is that Bush is making secret deals with the elite of Canada and Mexico to build this trade freeqay and that is why the government is not so worried about immigration because they want to unite anyways. Even with one currency the "Amero". They want to be like the European Union and unite as they did. And, for all the new world order buff's this would be another step toward one world government. Also in the plans is a national id card that will even have a radio wave frequency chip. This card will in turn take away our Constitutional privacies ect due to an overriding of the Constitution because of "terrorist threat".

Some short video clips on this subject:

"NAFTA superhighway"
[url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBmFrYWPoG8]click here[/url]

"North American Union"
[url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T74VA3xU0EA&feature=related]click here[/url]

"Amero currency"
[url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFUo92FVCG8&feature=related]click here[/url]

 2008/1/4 19:45Profile
davidt
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 Re: A super highway being built quietly from Mexico to Canada unto the union of natio

p.s. if anyone knows of better video clips, documentaries, or articles that are really good on this subject please let me know.

 2008/1/4 19:47Profile
Miccah
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I think that your first impression may be correct. I think that this may be a spoof. I would have no idea how in this government ( as the goeverment in whole, not one particular party or platform) would be able to keep anything this big a secret.

Who knows though. Could be true. Fun topic to think about.


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Christiaan

 2008/1/4 20:26Profile
davidt
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Well I used to think it could be a spoof before it was talked about as fact on mainline news channel and by reputable men. Even Ron Paul the Presidential candidate is speaking against it, and it is already being built in Texas.

How could the government keep something so big so secret. Control of media, secret meetings, intrigue like the anti Christ in Daniel, do it fast before anyone notices, laugh it off when the topic is brought up, an ignorant, uneducated, distracted people, like all the governments have done it throughout history, having meetings with hidden motives, holding back information with security excuses like terrorism.

 2008/1/4 20:39Profile









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[b]The NAFTA super highway
By Patrick J. Buchanan
Tuesday, August 29, 2006[/b]


This is a "mind-boggling concept," exploded Lou Dobbs. It must cause Americans to think our political and academic elites have "gone utterly mad." What had detonated the mild-mannered CNN anchor?

Dr. Robert Pastor, vice chair of the Council on Foreign Relations Task Force on North America, had just appeared before a panel of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations -- to call for erasing all U.S. borders and a merger of the United States, Mexico and Canada in a North American union stretching from Prudhoe Bay to Guatemala.

Under the Pastor-CFR plan, the illegal alien invasion would be solved by eliminating America's borders and legalizing the invasion. We would no longer defend the Rio Grande.

"What we need to do," Pastor instructed, "is forge a new North American Community. ... Instead of stopping North Americans on the borders, we ought to provide them with a secure, biometric Border Pass that would ease transit across the border like an E-Z pass permits our cars to speed through tolls."

The Pastor-CFR project, for "economic integration" of Mexamerica, is on the drawing board. North-south highways and railways would be built to weld us together as the American Union was welded together by the Northern Pacific, Union Pacific and Southern Pacific, and Ike's Interstate Highway System.

Speaking in Madrid in 2002, Mexican President Vicente Fox declared: "Our long-range objective is to establish with the United States ... an ensemble of connections and institutions similar to those created by the European Union, with the goal of attending to future themes as important as ... the freedom of movement of capital, goods, services and persons. The new framework we wish to construct is inspired in the example of the European Union."

Critical element of the Fox post-NAFTA agenda: absolute freedom of movement for persons between Mexico and the United States -- a merger of the nations. Foreign Secretary Luis Ernesto Debrez put it succinctly in April 2005. What Mexico is about is "complete integration" of the two nations.

To appreciate what Fox, Debrez, Pastor and the CFR wish America to merge with, consider a few excerpts from the State Department information sheet on Mexico.

While hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens marched beneath Mexican flags in U.S. cities on May Day to demand amnesty, Mexico's constitution "prohibits political activities by foreigners, and such actions may result in detentions and deportations."

"Crime in Mexico continues at high levels, and it is often violent, especially in Mexico City, Tijuana, Ciudad Juarez, Nuevo Laredo (and) Acapulco," State warns U.S. travelers. "Low apprehension rates and conviction rates of criminals contribute to the high crime rate."

"Women traveling alone are especially vulnerable. ... Victims ... have been raped, robbed of personal property or abducted and then held while their credit cards are used at various businesses and automatic teller machines. ... Kidnapping, including the kidnapping of non-Mexicans, continues at alarming rates."

When Fox proposed his merger of America and Mexico in a North American Union, Robert Bartley, for 30 years editorial page editor of The Wall Street Journal, declared him a "visionary" and pledged solidarity: "He (Fox) can rest assured that there is one voice north of the Rio Grande that supports his vision ... this newspaper."

The American people never supported NAFTA, and they are angry over Bush's failure to secure the border -- but a shotgun marriage between our two nations appears prearranged. Central feature: a ten-lane, 400-yard-wide NAFTA Super Highway from the Mexican port of Lazaro Cardenas, up to and across the U.S. border, all the way to Canada. Within the median strip dividing the north and south car and truck lanes would be rail lines for both passengers and freight traffic, and oil and gas pipelines.

As author Jerome Corsi describes this Fox-Bush autobahn, container ships from China would unload at Lazaro Cardenas, a port named for the Mexican president who nationalized all U.S. oil companies in 1938. From there, trucks with Mexican drivers would run fast lines into the United States, hauling their cargo to a U.S. customs inspection terminal -- in Kansas City, Mo. From there, the trucks would fan out across America or roll on into Canada. Similar super-highways from Mexico through the United States into Canada are planned.

According to Corsi, construction of the Trans-Texas Corridor, the first leg of the NAFTA Super Highway, is to begin next year.

The beneficiaries of this NAFTA Super Highway project would be the contractors who build it and the importers and outlet stores for the Chinese-manufactured goods that would come flooding in. The losers would be U.S. longshoremen, truckers, manufacturers and taxpayers.

The latter would pay the cost of building the highway in Mexico and the United States, both in dollars and in the lost sovereignty of our once-independent American republic.

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 2008/1/4 20:51
ccchhhrrriiisss
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Hi davidt...

As a resident of Texas, I can say that this "superhighway" is not part of some elaborate "conspiracy theory" to create any sort of anti-Christ union in North America. It is simply a very wide, well-maintained, ten lane highway that would extend north to south (from Mexico to Canada) and then from east to west. In other words, it is just a big highway -- like many of those found around major cities in the United States. It would actually be a toll road, but it wouldn't have many traffic obstructions like the two-lane major interstates in the US.

While I'm not a fan of NAFTA (or the European Union), the fact remains that "free trade" has existed since the days of the Roman Empire. In fact, Rome built its famous "Roman Roads" as a means of trade. Columbus sought passage to the East via the West in order to find a safer trade route.

We need to be very wary of "conspiracy theories," "urban legends," and "old wives tales." This highway is not a "secret." The possibility of a "10-lane super tollway" has been discussed publicly in Texas for years -- even before Bill Clinton signed NAFTA. The proposed road would benefit everyone involved, because it would provide safe passage for big trucks and trade vehicles (and ease the travel by on regular highways and interstates). I actually was assigned to write a paper about it as a freshman in college. Even [url=http://www.house.gov/paul/tst/tst2006/tst103006.htm]Ron Paul's column[/url] begins by stating that most Texans are aware of this highway.

The only difference between this 10-lane "superhighway" and the current two-lane US interstates will be the size of the road and the cost to drive on it. Why is Ron Paul opposed to this? I think that it probably has less to do with a "conspiracy theory" and more to do with the district in Texas that he represents (that is NOT located along the proposed superhighway). The construction of a "superhighway" would draw truckers and drivers away from the businesses found on highways and interstates located in his district.

:-)


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Christopher

 2008/1/4 21:02Profile









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I don't know that much about Pat Buchanan, except that he ran for President. I don't live in Texas neither. Is he a Conspiracy Theorist ?

 2008/1/4 21:17
davidt
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Hi Chris,

as it says just a post before you Robert Pastor vice chair of the CFR wants a North American Union. So there is enough info here to be weary of. I agree with you that we should be careful of listening to false rumors. Yet, we should also expect the worst in the last days. And, not only that last days but all through history government's have dooped the people through intrigue and so we should not expect any difference. I think that in the US we have this feeling that we are the nation of God and could never do such things as the conspiricist's say but that is just not true its not even just the conspiricists saying it any more. Sure we the heroe's stopped Germany and Vietnam and so on but it doesn't take long for a generation of politics to go wrong. From what I hear there are many men in power with much money who arent even elected politicians like David Rockefeller and such. And yeah I guess texas knows but does anybody else?

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Dr. Robert Pastor, vice chair of the Council on Foreign Relations Task Force on North America, had just appeared before a panel of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations -- to call for erasing all U.S. borders and a merger of the United States, Mexico and Canada in a North American union stretching from Prudhoe Bay to Guatemala.

 2008/1/4 21:30Profile
Tears_of_joy
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Hello davidt, this is very important subject. Thanks for raising it. I mean not the highway subject as a goal, but seeing the facts of the preparations of the nations against the Holy One of Israel, and preparing the path of the ANTI-Christ. I will post more about that later, for now I will answer to your request:

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davidt wrote:
p.s. if anyone knows of better video clips, documentaries, or articles that are really good on this subject please let me know.



Check [url=http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docid=-8766629238641460425&subtitle=on&autoPlay=true]this[/url] or you can download it with a better quality from [url=http://ia351420.us.archive.org/2/items/EndgamE.the.movie/ENDGAME-640x360-850k.wmv]here.[/url]


I earnestly hope that this thread will not turn into political debate, but as a watch of the world events in the light of the Scriptures.

 2008/1/4 21:36Profile
davidt
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to add to that I just saw a video where Vicente Fox the former President of Mexico desire's a North American Union and currency:

1.
[url=http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=979940200515820368&q=north+american+union+hugo&total=6&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=1]click here[/url]

2.
[url=http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4671718789660772073]click here[/url]

 2008/1/4 21:43Profile





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