Friday, October 06, 2006

View From the Superhighway Cliff

The Decider will have his way.

Forget about a border fence that will stem the flood of illegal aliens and drug smugglers invading our country, trampling our sovereignty. El Presidente Bush doesn't want it, and his partner-in-slime, Mexico's Vicente Fox, vehemently expressed he doesn't want it.

"No sooner did Congress authorize construction of a 700-mile fence on the U.S.-Mexico border last week than lawmakers rushed to approve separate legislation that ensures it will never be built...." (WaPo)

What an outrage! It's just more misleading pre-election posturing from the Bush-pocket Congress.

With the current Bush administration and GOP choke hold on government, we'll never build a border fence. Because The Decider has plans that will in effect move the U.S.-Mexico line to Mexico's southern border.

The Decider's grand coup d'etat is cloaked in the NAFTA Superhighway System (NASCO) and the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP).

The Superhighway, known at the NASCO Super Corridor (map), would radically reconfigure the physical, political and economic landscape of our country. This is the building project Bush is interested in, not a border fence which would run counter to his plans.

The SPP agreement with Mexico and Canada has created a shadow trilateral bureaucracy that is aggressively rewriting a wide range of U. S. administrative law. The "framework" for effecting the plan will be in place by 2007.

Its organization chart should be no surprise.... The Decider's mega-department of Homeland Security and the National Security Council have set up three "North America" security and border entities, and also oversees the Department of Commerce under Secretary Gutierrez and ten departments to effect parts of the program.

Here, as released to Judicial Watch through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) are some of the details. (Click on "Section I" for organization charts.)

An in-depth analysis of SPP as NAFTA Plus was offered by economist Miguel Pickard in 2005.

Are any of our legislators paying attention to this corporate-enriching dismantling of our nation? A few are.

On September 28, Rep. Virgil Goode (R-VA) offered HR Resolution 487 "Expressing the sense of Congress that the United States should not engage in the construction of a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Superhighway System or enter into a North American Union with Mexico and Canada." The resolution HCR 487 is short, read it for yourself.

Of course, the resolution is buried in GOP-controlled House committees where it will languish until Speaker Dennis Hastert (or his successor) decides to move it along.

Don't hold your breath.

It will take loud and insistent public pressure to engage a debate in the House on HCR 487 and unveil some of The Decider's behind-the-curtain schemes for our country.

That's where things stand. Our nation is on the sovereignty-cliff's edge.

The Decider is trying mightily to stop the enforcement of our borders, bringing us a step closer to toppling our country into North America Union oblivion.

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