Author: Senate vote to block Mexican trucks from U.S. highways a good start, but...
Los Angeles, CA (9/11/07) -- For Jerome Corsi, author of the New York Times bestseller “The Late Great U.S.A: The Coming Merger with Mexico and Canada” (WND Books, ISBN 0-9790451-4-2, $25.95, July 2007), it’s ironic that, on 9/11 of all days, the United States Senate voted to block Mexican trucks from United States highways -- something that George W. Bush pushed hard to allow, overriding the desires of both the House of Representatives and millions of Americans.
“In his rush to allow Mexican truckers to destroy the livelihoods of thousands of American truck drivers, George W. Bush was quick to ignore the fact that Mexican trucks do not adhere to our safety and environmental laws,” comments Corsi. “Even worse, he had absolutely no intention of demanding that Mexican trucks be inspected at the border, meaning that just about anything, including illegal aliens and nuclear bombs, could have been delivered anywhere in the U.S. without anyone being the wiser -- until we lost another World Trade Center.”
For Corsi, the Senate’s vote is welcome, but it’s merely the first step towards dismantling Bush’s ugly, treasonous dream of a North American Union, a merger between our hopelessly corrupt neighbor to the south and our cowardly neighbor to the north. “Absurdly enough,” he observes, “the overwhelming vote to block Mexican trucks could yet be made null and void, since under NAFTA Mexico has the ’right’ to retaliate against the United States legally.”
Continues Corsi, “Through the innocuously named ’Security and Prosperity Partnership,’ Bush, along with the leaders of Mexico and Canada, have been actively working towards a North American Union. What these so-called leaders call ’harmonizing’ when it comes to transportation regulations and commerce, is really ’integration.’” This trucking monstrosity is just one of the many ways that George W. Bush is selling the United States out to the highest bidder, which in this case seems to be Mexico, as a proxy for China.
“The Late Great U.S.A” details many more such shocking and disturbing examples with devastating clarity. From Bush’s support of virtually unlimited Mexican immigration to his administration’s all-out war on the dollar, it’s obvious to Jerry Corsi that Bush is a globalist in the worst possible sense of the word.
“After devoting literally hundreds of hours to researching ’The Late Great U.S.A,’ one thing has become crystal clear - George W. Bush’s goal is nothing short of destroying American sovereignty and independence, period. It’s important that loyal Americans concerned about our great nation’s future unite to stop such blatant attacks. That’s why I wrote ’The Late Great U.S.A’ -- and why I urge all Americans to read it and then act to stop Bush and his big-business minions before it’s too late.”
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