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Old 09-08-2007, 11:56 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by abrilliantone View Post
they got to keep that fear pumping don't they...
the day after this happened my local newspaper ran a story on the front page entitled How safe are our bridges? yeah the matrix needs fear to survive and every couple of months or so we have a major event that produces mass fear and panic throughout the world.
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Old 10-08-2007, 02:35 AM   #42
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Originally Posted by carlg1212 View Post
Easily dismissed as debris.

If they were "flying about", provide evidence as such.
That's what I was thinking. Tires rolling back.

Maybe they are alien tech being tested. You know they say that the pyramids were built as well as Stone Henge by sound.
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Old 06-09-2007, 02:52 AM   #43
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A distinct possibility!

Take a look at this map I found when I googled "NAFTA".

i'm continually fascinated by this story. this is one part of the agenda that can't hide in the shadow-- it's too big, physically.

and yet, the unfolding of the nafta corridor, the infrastructure for one third of a tripartate world government, occurs before everyone's eyes, in plain sight, imperceptible, yet inexorable, with the force of a glacier scouring the land.

Mexico trucks to roll on U.S. highways

John Crawley
Sunday Sept 2, 2007

The Bush administration can proceed with a plan to open the U.S. border to long haul Mexican trucks as early as next week after an appeals court rejected a bid by labor, consumer and environmental interests to block the initiative.

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco late on Friday denied an emergency petition sought by the Teamsters union, the Sierra Club and consumer group Public Citizen to halt the start of a one-year pilot program that was approved by Congress after years of legal and political wrangling.

The Transportation Department welcomed the decision and said in a statement that allowing more direct shipments from Mexico will benefit U.S. consumers.

The 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement approved broader access for ground shipments from both countries but the Clinton administration never complied with the trucking provision. A special tribunal ordered the Bush administration to do so in 2001.

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"This is the wrong decision for working men and women," Jim Hoffa, president of the Teamsters, said in a statement after the court ruling. "We believe this program clearly breaks the law." The Teamsters represents truckers that would be affected by the change.

The emergency stay was sought on grounds the administration's pilot program had not satisfied the U.S. Congress' requirements on safety and other issues. But the appeals court ruled otherwise.


The administration plans to start the program on September 6. Transportation Department officials hope to receive final clearance early next week from the department's inspector general's office, which is reviewing its safety aspects, and finalize details with Mexican authorities.

The Mexican government must grant reciprocal access to U.S. trucks under NAFTA. That provision is not expected to be a problem, regulators said.

Mexican trucks operating in the United States have for years been restricted to U.S. points near certain large border crossings where their goods are transferred to trucks owned by U.S. firms.

Under the pilot program, Mexican long haul trucking companies that have met safety, licensing, and other U.S. requirements will be allowed to operate their rigs throughout the country. Proponents say this will reduce costs and speed up shipments.

Trucking regulators said in a court filing the goal is to gradually accommodate 100 Mexican trucking companies by the end of the pilot program, or roughly 540 large trucks.

But opponents said those figures do not reflect the number of companies that could seek access to U.S. roads if the pilot is successful, which they said raises safety concerns.

"This (pilot) program is basically a show trial. They haven't provided notice up front about who will participate. You just don't know what the program will look like," said Bonnie Robin-Vergeer, attorney for Public Citizen.

Public Citizen and the Teamsters still plan to proceed with a lawsuit they filed in federal court, challenging the Mexican truck program on broader grounds. That case will not likely be decided until next year.

Trucks from Canada have no operating restrictions in the United States.

it will be interesting to see how truckers from my home state of kansas (who are armed to the teeth, btw, and not shy about lettin ya know about it) and others up and down the i-35 corridor respond to this further development of the nafta corridor.

all that hubbub about 'illegal immigrants?' sheeeeat. it was all a pretext for this, a bill rider-delivery system, hidden in pages of regulatory gobbledygook.

Now Cheney chimes in: Ain't no superhighways
VP latest to make official denial, some call it 'gaming semantics'

Posted: July 29, 2007
5:00 p.m. Eastern

By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2007 WorldNetDaily.com

Vice President Cheney

Despite evidence to the contrary, Vice President Dick Cheney says there is no "secret plan" to create a continent-crossing superhighway to help facilitate a merger of the United States, Mexico and Canada.

"The administration is not engaged in a secret plan to create a 'NAFTA super highway,'" asserts Cheney in a recent letter to a constituent, according to a copy of the message obtained by WND.

The vice president's letter quotes an Aug. 21 statement from the U.S. Department of Transportation that, "The concept of a super highway has been around since the early 1990s, usually in the form of a claim that the U.S. Department of Transportation is going to designate such a highway."


which means, of course, the project's right on schedule.

oh, btw, there's an east/west corridor being implemented, too:


this site is a trove of detailed info on the planned desiccation of the american heartland.

it's like the wal-mart/bypass/strip mall that destroyed main street, on steroids.
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Old 06-09-2007, 02:59 AM   #44
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Originally Posted by tru3 View Post

oh, btw, there's an east/west corridor being implemented, too:
Now THAT I did not know, but I'm not surprised!

Thanks for the info
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