Thursday, June 08, 2006

Arkansas Truckers, West Coast Stevedores, Threatened by NAFTA Corridor


This World Net Daily report shows that American Truckers and West Coast Stevedores will be undercut by foreign labor who do not have to comply with the same safety standards of their U.S. Counterparts. This process will be accelerated by the coming "NAFTA Super Corridor" from Mexico to Canada.

Here is a key paragraph from the article to show that the process is already underway:

"On June 7, 2004, the U.S. Supreme Court in the case Department of Transportation v. Public Citizen ruled in favor of the Bush administration's argument that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration lacked the authority to exercise environmental controls to prevent Mexican trucks from openly operating in the U.S. under NAFTA. This ruling was key in the Bush administration's determination to open U.S. borders to Mexican trucks under the trade agreement. Had the Supreme Court decided otherwise, the NAFTA Super Corridor project would have suffered a setback."

It is open borders all the way, because that is what the big money wants. And if your family gets run over by a Mexican truck driver operating unsafely who will be held responsible? No comprendo.

1 Comments:

Blogger Mr. Toast said...

By the people, for the people- what a joke! Like it or not, America is the host upon which feeds the globalist/corporatist cancer.

2:07 PM, June 09, 2006  

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