w0w NAFTA tollway corporate mesh thing alarms alarmists. Weird. Amero VS dollar??
Alright I got a new project going on but I got to get rid of all these links. We got some shady stuff from around the Internet. As always take it with your grains of salt.
Probably most likely I am going to go on a bit of a break from writing here on the site. I have not gotten any headway with getting Powweb to fix the database servers, so it isn't even that fun to mess around with the site with such problems...
First some paranoia bits: the 9/11 video from the Doubletree Hotel near the Pentagon was released and it doesn't show any plane, just an explosion at the edge of the frame. It could fit with 'the missile theory' but also, well, a real plane wouldn't likely show up there anyway. I've decided not to care... Go to 911blogger.com, there are plenty of other 9/11 stories all the time.
There is 'economic paranoia' going on right now, and there are some good reasons for it. There are some spooky scenarios about a global corporate NAFTA superhighway takeover type thing. I take it all with a grain of salt, but major sectors in Texas are already complete. In principle, transportation infrastructure is good, but if it is just controlled by some corporate monstrosity instead of a public American entity, that would be bad.
Basically they would build a big mesh of tollways combined with power, pipelines and railroads, all probably owned by some foreign bank conglomerate. Also, Mexican trucks would get Customs checks in Omaha or Kansas City after coming up through Texas. Sounds weird to me. Currently the Texas section, called the Trans-Texas Corridor.
American Free Press has learned that a group of foreign companies, which currently lease a toll road in Indiana and are looking at buying up other highways across the country, has its eyes on the Trans-Texas Corridor, or TTC. The TTC is a planned toll road system through the Lone Star State that will largely be used for trucking foreign merchandise into the United States on the wings of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
It will be a major leg of the so-called “NAFTA Superhighway,” and, according to watchdog groups, it will lead to more cheap goods flooding the country and will be devastating to the U.S.-based trucking industry.
In the April 17, 2006 edition, AFP reported that ITR Concessions LLC, a partnership of Cintra of Spain and the McQuarie Bank of Australia, spent $3.85 billion to lease the Indiana Toll Road from the state for 75 years.
Now that same coalition is branching out into Texas. On Nov. 21, the Internet version of The Lone Star Iconoclast, a Crawford, Tex.-based publication, reported that Todd Spencer, the executive vice president of the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association, or OOIDA, “is asking truckers to bypass the Indiana Toll Road that has been leased to the Spanish consortium, Cintra, the same outfit that Gov. [Rick] Perry and TXDOT (The Texas Department of Transportation) contracted with to operate the hated Trans Texas Corridor.”
According to Spencer, McQuarie will also be involved in the TTC. Steve Bonney, a Lafayette, Ind., farmer who helped fight this arrangement in Indiana courts, revealed then that some of that money would be used to extend Interstate 69 from Indianapolis to the Kentucky border. From there I-69 would proceed into south Texas by the Mexican border, eventually becoming yet another conduit in the vast network of “NAFTA tollways” being envisioned. Interstate 69 ends to the north in Port Huron, Mich., at the Canadian border.
Weird enough. And then.... cancelling the US dollar. London stock trader urges move to 'amero': Says many unaware of plan to replace dollar with N. American currency (Nov 28 - the rightwing WorldNetDaily)
In an interview with CNBC, a vice president for a prominent London investment firm yesterday urged a move away from the dollar to the "amero," a coming North American currency, he said, that "will have a big impact on everybody's life, in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico."
Steve Previs, a vice president at Jefferies International Ltd., explained the Amero "is the proposed new currency for the North American Community which is being developed right now between Canada, the U.S. and Mexico."
The aim, he said, according to a transcript provided by CNBC to WND, is to make a "borderless community, much like the European Union, with the U.S. dollar, the Canadian dollar and the Mexican peso being replaced by the amero."
Previs told the television audience many Canadians are "upset" about the amero. Most Americans outside of Texas largely are unaware of the amero or the plans to integrate North America, Previs observed, claiming many are just "putting their head in the sand" over the plans.
With a lot of weird indicators going up in the economy, a hard recession, sudden drops or even the boogeyman Total economic collapse might be around the corner. All right, that's a little silly, but you know someone will still say "Dollar Fall Is Catalyst For Predatory Global Government".
Interestingly, this whole thing is tied to former World Bank VP and Nobel winner Joseph Stiglitz, who said that there will be a global crash within 24 months, unless things are managed very differently. In a weird interview with Alex Jones show, he said essentially "Former World Bank Chief Economist Predicts Global Crash: Nobel Prize winner Stiglitz highlights agenda of predatory globalism now arriving in America under auspices of NAFTA Superhighway, North American Union":
[in other countries] "They sold the roads to the private enterprise and the hope was that they would be more efficient but of course what happens is that they didn't maintain the roads, they couldn't generate enough revenue and they eventually had to default and give the roads back to the government."
Stiglitz agreed that the process of hijacking and looting key infrastructure on the part of the IMF and World Bank, as an offshoot of predatory globalization, had now moved from the third world to Europe, the United States and Canada.
These sentiments are especially disturbing when we consider the current fast-moving quasi-secret agenda to sell-off major American highways to foreign corporations who plan to turn them into toll roads for tracking and taxation purposes - collectively known as the NAFTA Superhighway. The program forms the framework for the advancement of the North American Union - a collective governmental, border and trading bloc that President Bush has signed the U.S. over to under the Security and Prosperity Partnership of March 2005.
As we previously reported, US citizens will be forced to adopt a de-facto national identification card and have their freedom of mobility defined by behavioral fealty to the government under proposals set to derive from NAFTA superhighway toll road systems and the implementation of the American Union.
......Speaking about the agenda of the World Bank since the installation of Paul Wolfowitz, Stiglitz highlighted the shift which began back in August 2001 whereby the Bush administration moved to block transparency of secret bank accounts, which in part facilitated the 9/11 terror attacks.
"Unfortunately in this current administration, the defense industries and the energy industries have really been running the show and it has been disastrous," said Stiglitz.
Discussing the warning signs of plummeting real estate prices in the U.S., Stiglitz stated that a global economic depression could only be avoided if a correction was made but at the moment all the indicators are that the situation is not being well managed.
"If it's well managed it will only be a slow-down, if it's not well-managed it could be a recession," said Stiglitz.
Asked if the debt bubble was being well-managed Stiglitz plainly responded in the negative.
"It's gonna be difficult....this has been perhaps the worst six years of mismanagement of the macro economy....I think we can avoid an implosion if we manage this carefully but it's going to be very risky," said Stiglitz, agreeing that if the same course continued to be followed a global depression would occur within 12-24 months.
Alright cool. Keep an eye on that one...
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