Ps. 94: 16 “Who will rise up with ME [the WORD] against the evildoers? OR who will stand up with ME [the WORD] against the workers of iniquity?”
Great question, by GOD!
Well now, can we find a "line in dah sand," or is there anything that could be construed to be absolutely W-R-O-N-G, that may prompt you into doing something about the WRONG to make it RIGHT? Let's see?
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The Department of Homeland Security sent an investigator to Mexico to offer the drug smuggler, Aldrete-Davila, full immunity in exchange for his testimony against the agents who allegedly shot him. Now, Aldrete-Davila is suing the U.S. Border Patrol for $5 million for allegedly violating his civil rights (the smuggler, Osbaldo Aldrete-Davila, was an illegal alien and he had about 750 pounds of marijuana ) . ...two border patrol agents yesterday began long prison sentences for shooting and wounding a Mexican drug smuggler who was granted full immunity to testify against them. Jose Alonso Compean and Ignacio Ramos were sentenced to 12 years and 11 years, respectively, in October ...
[Tell me that "dah goverment" rather have "dah drug smugglers" doing their jobs!]
A Mexican customs facility planned for Kansas City's inland port may have to be considered the sovereign soil of Mexico The Kansas City SmartPort is designed to be the central hub in the planned NAFTA north-south superhighway cutting through the heart of the United States March 2005, Kansas City signed a cooperative pact with representatives from the Mexican state of Michoacan.
KCS [a Mexican company] owns all of the common stock of Grupo Transportacion Ferroviaria Mexicana, S.A. de C.V.
Kansas City Southern de Mexico, S.A. de C.V. Overview
[More:]SSP and Mexican business co-op with Kansas City Inland Port and their CURRENT railroad... “Kansas City Southern de Mexico, S.A. de C.V. Overview : The Kansas City Southern Railway Company, Texas Mexican Railway Company and KCSM should have several inherent advantages for Mexico and the entire NAFTA region, including greater investment during the coming years in cross-border transportation infrastructure, the implementation of advanced cargo tracing and tracking systems, improved border security and world-class employee training programs. The long-term result will be more employment opportunities and greater overall competitiveness in Mexico.
KCSM remains a Mexican corporation with Mexican leadership.” http://www.kcsi.com/corporate/kcsm.html
European Union-Style Government for North America January 10, 2007
/PRNewswire/ -- As the 110th Congress convenes, supporters of U.S. borders and sovereignty urge more Americans to join Congressman Tom Tancredo (R-Colo.), Virgil Goode (R-Va.), Ron Paul (R-Texas) and Walter Jones (R-N.C.) in fighting a little-known plan to create a North American Union. The scheme would combine the U.S. with Mexico and Canada into a single political and economic system modeled after the European Union. The merger would erase U.S. borders and sovereignty and allow for the free movement of people, products, and capital between the regions by 2010 . In March 2005, President Bush, Mexican President Vicente Fox, and Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin approved the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) of North America. The SPP is a framework for the integration of the three countries. Working groups were assigned to implement the details of the agreement. http://www.spp.gov/
-London stock trader urges move to 'amero'
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." [Note: supporters of the SPP urge replacment of the dollar with the Amero.]
Canada unveils 'border security plan'
Windsor, Ont. -- Canada unveiled a major border security and prosperity initiative Friday, saying it would spend more than $368M over the next 5 years to protect its border from terrorist, economic and environmental threats. -- The program was developed in cooperation with U.S. DHS and is part of the Security and Prosperity Partnership...http://americanpatrol.com/SPP/CANADA/RevealSPP_ScamC
CFR task force report (http://www.cfr.org/publication/7912/cre ... unity.html
The Independent Task Force on North America was a project organized by the United States Council on Foreign Relations, the Canadian Council of Chief Executives, and the Mexican Council on Foreign Relations. It was chaired by former Canadian politician John Manley and advocates a North American Union, entailing a greater integration between Canada, Mexico, and the United States.
It was launched in October 2004 and published two documents - Trinational Call for a North American Economic and Security Community by 2010 (March 2005) and its final report Building a North American Community (May 2005).
The final report proposed increased international cooperation between the nations of Canada, the United States, and Mexico, similar in some respects to that of the European Union.
By Marty Lich, Vail Trail
March 22, 2006
Excerpts from “Globalization: A solution that makes the problem worse”
http://www.vailtrail.com/article/200603 ... N/60322018
As with any well-executed plan, there are goals.
It is these globalization goals that warrant our attention.
Welcome the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) panel, held in New York, N.Y. in May 2005. Their agenda is aptly titled Globalization: Building a North American Community and it includes the belief that we should be on a fast track to complete labor mobility in the trio-country of Canada, Mexico and the United States; also called “North America.” To reach this multicultural goal, two things must happen. The panel must create “big reforms” in the south of the country, making it competitive by bringing investment in infrastructure, education and training. And they would like to see a North America border pass issued for automatic entry without inspection.
I should note that building a United States border wall has upset the CFR. This does not fit well with their North America globalization plan.
CFR also published their tri-national council task force report, which covered the expansion of the temporary migrant worker programs, demonstrating the need for a ‘temporary’ labor migration from Mexico and sharing Social Security pensions with Mexico; a plausible explanation for the guest-worker program avidly being pursued here despite the vocalized outrage from American citizens.
The panel also offers a good vantage point for mulling over this new “multiple language immersion” movement we now see happening in our public schools. And perhaps this will help us to understand just how Sayed Rahmatullah Hashemi, former ambassador for the Taliban, was granted a recent U.S. student visa allowing his enrollment at Yale College. This is a man who stated he is lucky to be housed at Yale instead of housed in Guatemala Bay. One cannot get much more globally ‘multicultural’ than that.
You see, the educational goals from the CFR’s task force report focuses on a “true integration” of the three combined countries' student world, including removal of language barriers and giving all students a greater sense of their “North American identity" while also delving in “imaginative ways” to build these North American connections. The panel is also encouraging foundations to promote the “sense of belonging” to the trio-country of North America. The United Nations advocates such multicultural global governance as their global responsibility. Theorist Arjun Appadurai has coined the following globalization words. Refer to his word ‘Ethnoscapes,’ meaning free global movement of all people, including tourists, immigrants, refugees, and business travellers. And ‘Financescapes,’ defined as the creation of global flows of money, interconnected currency markets, stocks and commodity markets.
... society -- and the United Nations -- looks to the business community to couple its new global rights with new global responsibilities…advocate more effective global governance mechanisms
http://info.wlu.ca/~wwwdis/faculty/kayl ... /week4.htm
Globalization and The West: Culture(s) in Transition
Globalization: Building a North American Community http://www.cfr.org/publication/8102/bui ... unity.html
III - Increase Labor Mobility within North America
This aspect has a crucial importance as it aims at increasing population mobility of the three countries. In the long term, we will witness a profound modification of the North American identity with the massive and encouraged arrival of Spanish-speaking people. As the report notes: "Canada and the United States should consider eliminating restrictions on labor mobility altogether and work toward solutions that, in the long run, could enable the extension of full labor mobility to Mexico as well".
1) Expand temporary migrant worker programs.
The increasing need for labor leads to "expanding programs for temporary labor migration from Mexico".
2) Implement the Social Security Totalization Agreement negotiated between the United States and Mexico.
The goal is to prevent double taxation.
b) For 2010
1) Create a ''North American preference.''
This aspect involves fewer working restrictions for inhabitants of these three countries than for immigrants from other countries.
2) Move to full labor mobility between Canada and the United States.
Complete elimination by Canada and the United States of all remaining barriers to the ability of their citizens to live and work in the other country. "In the long term, the two countries should work to extend this policy to Mexico as well, though doing so will not be practical until wage differentials between Mexico and its two North American neighbors have diminished considerably".
3) Mutual recognition of professional standards and degrees.
IV - Support a North American Education Program
This policy aims at favoring true integration of the three countries' student world and, in the long term, strengthening the economy.
1) Create a major scholarship fund for undergraduate and graduate students to study in the other North American countries and to learn the region's three languages. [We note that North America is classified as a "region". The latter is only an element that is part of the future world State.]
2) Develop a network of centers for North American studies.
Like the European Union provides substantial funding for "EU Centers" in fifteen universities in the United States, as well as twelve Jean Monnet Chairs, the authors recommend that the three governments "open a competition and provide grants to universities in each of the three countries to promote courses, education, and research on North America and assist elementary and secondary schools in teaching about the region".
3) Promote Internet-based learning within North America.
4) Develop teacher exchange and training programs for elementary and secondary school teachers. The goal is to remove language barriers and to "give some students a greater sense of a North American identity".
5) Develop ''sister school'' and student exchange programs.
6) Encourage imaginative ways to build North American connections. The authors encourage foundations and research institutions to promote the sense of belonging to a North American community. (There are no recommendations for 2010.)
*The Council on Foreign Relations [CFR] addresses cde centralization and equity in local governances. A building of a border wall goes against all they propose, which is open borders.
New York, N.Y.
Minister Manley, was deputy prime minister and, following 9/11, was chairman of [the] Public Security and Anti-Terrorism Cabinet Committee”… to pursue the natural relationships that have developed among North Americans in relationships of friendship and family as well as business? We think that there should be a North American border pass: a card that we can use to enter any of the three countries without going through the normal procedures for questioning either at airports or at the border with biometric identification. We think that we should be on the fast track to complete labor mobility in North America...
SSA actuaries estimate the cost of a possible totalization agreement with Mexico to be $78 million in its first year rising to $138 million in its 5th year -- for an average cost of $110 million a year.
http://www.ssa.gov/pressoffice/factshee ... Mexico.htm
Totalization Agreements are bilateral agreements between the United States and another country to coordinate their Social Security programs. Under current law, non-citizens living outside the U.S. for more than six months may not receive benefits unless they meet certain exceptions. A totalization agreement overrides this requirement. Mexican workers who previously lacked the required 40 quarters of coverage could qualify with as few as 6 quarters of coverage .
The Trans-Texas Corridor is a 600-mile superhighway that would be run by a Spanish company called Cintra Concessions de Infraestrcturas de Transporte, S.A. It would be operated and tolls collected by Cintra for 50 years, she said.
When state legislators in 2003 approved House Bill 3588 creating the Trans-Texas Corridor, it was thought to be a superhighway built by and for Texans.
But Adams said it has "morphed" into a NAFTA superhighway set to become a 4,000-mile $184 billion international entity called North America's SuperCorridor, regulated by "international bureaucrats," according to a story Adams wrote in the September issue of "Torch," published by the Texas Eagle Forum.
The 12-lane NASCO corridor will include a railroad system running alongside pipelines laid for oil and natural gas. It will be the width of four football fields running from Interstate 35 at Laredo to the Canadian border north of Duluth, Minn. It would "Y" off into the east coast up to Montreal.
Mexican trucks crossing into the United States would be checked electronically through a system called SENTRI. The first customs stop is Kansas City SmartPort Inc., which is to become sovereign Mexican territory, Adams wrote.
Making the Trans-Texas Corridor pact public has been held up in court, but Adams said the contract governing the 315-mile stretch being built between San Antonio and Dallas is now on the Web. She said the corridor would swallow 580,000 acres of Texas farmland.
Cintra would reap from 39 to 61 times their initial investment, she said. Toll proceeds, she said, should stay in Texas.
An agreement dubbed the Security and Prosperity Partnership was signed in 2005 in Waco by President Bush, then-Mexican President Vincente Fox and Canadian Prime Minister Paul Edgar Philippe Martin created the NASCO corridor. The plan is to be put in place by 2010. Adams said the contract is a sole executive agreement that bypasses Congress.
Markets in the United States, Canada and Mexico would be merged into a North American Union, similar to the European Union. This would create a new currency called the "Amero," which would replace currencies for all three countries, she said.
If markets, judicial tribunals and money are merged, Adams asked what would happen to *g-a-y marriage -- legalized in Canada -- and the right to bear arms. The Mexican government, which she said is corrupt, is propped up by $30 billion from the Untied States, the Mexican drug/terrorist group MS-13 is in 3,000 American communities running illegal marijuana farms in national parks. [*politically correct sp. for this board.]
She said there were 800 deaths on the border with Mexico last year and the Department of Homeland Security reports from 2001 through the first half of 2005, 605,210 "other than Mexicans" were arrested on the border with 51 percent of those released into the general population.
[Did you get that statement?]
If you don't live in Texas, there are 43 OTHER Corridors (9000 miles plus) coming to a neighborhood near you, soon, if we loose the fight in Texas!