Monday, December 03, 2007

NAFTA Superhighway is Real

VIDEO: Official from the Canadian province of Manitobia makes an official address in which he discusses (favorably) the coming NAFTA highway. This is interspersed with evasive yet dismissive answers about the project from President Bush and the Canadian PM.

While various persons in the government and the media are brazenly denying the existence of plans for a NAFTA Superhighway (whatever they call it) and an eventual North American Union, it is happening right in front of us. I am completely fed up with the people who insinuate that Ron Paul is crazy to warn us about this project and our ongoing loss of sovereignty. I am losing my patience with their irrational claims and behavior.

Insanity is an inability or unwillingness to perceive reality to such a degree that it interferes with one's ability to function. By that definition, those who deny there is an ongoing plot to form us into a single economic union with other countries in this hemisphere are the insane ones. They are in denial, so they lash out at the people attempting an intervention. I am very frustrated when I hear these insane people accusing Ron Paul of being crazy. The reason most people choose denial is as a psychological defense. This happens when the knowledge, if accepted, would obligate them to face things they don't wish to face or take responsible actions that they do not wish to take. In order to avoid this, they just keep their eyes and ears closed and repeat over and over "its a conspiracy theory, the guy is a nut. Nutnutnutnutnutnutnut."

I already showed you video of former Mexican President Vicente Fox on Larry King Live admitting that an EU-style government with a single currency was the long range goal. The supra-national highway system, with "inland ports", is one of the key steps in the plan. The "Trans Texas Corridor" is just one stretch of this coming road. Naturally they are going to build connections among the high traffic areas first. These regional toll roads will have local names, but they plan to connect them all eventually. The goal is one international border-free highway from Mexican ports to so-called "inland ports" in the U.S. and Canada. It is about getting Chi-com goods to U.S. markets without going through U.S. longshoremen or stopping for inspections at what were once at least semi-functional national borders.

The most important issue of this election is one most of the population is not even aware of- whether or not the United States of America will continue as a sovereign nation in which our own Constitution is the supreme law of the land or whether we will be absorbed into a super-national organization akin to the EU. The EU started as a trade agreement. Once it got momentum and a source of tax funding there was no stopping it- even when the people of various nations voted it down time after time the big-government types just kept advancing. We cannot wait until that point to put the brakes on their plans here.

The wisest thing in the world is to cry out before you are hurt. It is no good to cry out after you are hurt; especially after you are mortally hurt. People talk about the impatience of the populace; but sound historians know that most tyrannies have been possible because men moved too late. It is often essential to resist a tyranny before it exists. It is no answer to say, with a distant optimism, that the scheme is only in the air. A blow from a hatchet can only be parried while it is in the air.- G.K. Chesterton


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