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Old Fud

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Question: Borders and NAFTA
« on: October 18, 2008, 09:50:38 am »
Help me out here, because I'm confused.
Clinton signed NAFTA, that much I know.

I understand it calls for a "Free-Trade" Corridor running N-S up the middle of our country -- thru Texas and Colorado -- from Mexico to Canada.   It's supposed to be a mile wide, work has already begun on building the highway in parts of Texas, and somebody is planning to open more courts to deal with the amount of eminent domain filings that will be necessary to actually develop the thing.

We are building International Territory with borders on both sides nearly 1800 miles long right through the heart of this country. 

That's a lot of fence, folks! 
Too much, yes?   Haven't we agreed to open our country to anybody who wants to walk in?

I can only conclude we committed to annexing Mexico more than 15 years ago.
 
If this is correct, that would certainly explain why no politician has stood up and agreed to do something about it all this time.  Notice that neither Presidential candidate is willing to address the issue, even now.

Am I right or wrong?

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    Re: Question: Borders and NAFTA
    « Reply #1 on: October 18, 2008, 11:00:11 am »
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    We are building International Territory with borders on both sides nearly 1800 miles long right through the heart of this country.

    I had not heard of that. Do you have some links to documentation on that?
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    Re: Question: Borders and NAFTA
    « Reply #2 on: October 19, 2008, 07:29:36 pm »
    I googled.  I started typing  "Nafta Hi" and was offered "Nafta Highway" 95,400 hits, "Nafta Highways" 388,000 results  and NAFTA Highway TEXAS 45,500 hits.

    Here's the first response to Nafta Highway:  http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=15497
    Published in 2006, it still tells a simple general tale that makes the points.

    Here's another, once again just a random sampling:  http://www.thenation.com/doc/20070827/hayes.

    I think this one hits closest to the bone:  http://www.infowars.com/articles/nwo/nafta_superhighway_coming_through.htm

    And although this one is hard reading with a political goal, it still describes what is going on and how we got into it without any voting or publicity:  http://www.renewamerica.us/columns/grassi/070504

    But the purpose of my original post was to ask YOU what the current facts are.
    Anybody???

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    Re: Question: Borders and NAFTA
    « Reply #3 on: October 20, 2008, 01:48:59 am »
    THANKS!
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    Re: Question: Borders and NAFTA
    « Reply #4 on: October 20, 2008, 11:12:48 am »
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    I can only conclude we committed to annexing Mexico more than 15 years ago.

    I think it's more of Mexico annexing us.

    Ever read Domestic Enemies by Matthew Bracken?

    Pick it up on Amazon or at the next gunshow. Chilling. Also, read Enemies: Foreign and Domestic by the same guy...

    http://matthewbracken.web.aplus.net/index.htm


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    Re: Question: Borders and NAFTA
    « Reply #5 on: October 26, 2008, 11:23:37 am »

       Good books I'm sure Avenger29

        I'm already convinced.   It only follows that when the rule of law is abandoned,  chaos is the outcome.

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    Re: Question: Borders and NAFTA
    « Reply #6 on: October 26, 2008, 06:57:01 pm »
    I-35 between San Antonio and Austin has more accidents and fatalities per mile than any other stretch of I-35. Driving it is a nightmare. The Trans Texas Corridor is going to bypass that with a 6 lane highway for autos and a separate 4 lane highway for trucks. We desperate need this.

    This hysteria sounds like the John Birch rhetoric of the fifties and sixties. I live and work around Mexicans and they don't bother me.

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