Mexican governor announces the time "has arrived" to declare a North American Economic Community
Los Angeles, CA (Sept. 13, 2007) -- The first truck authorized by a Bush administration program opening U.S. highways to trucking companies from Mexico crossed into the U.S. on Sept. 8th. But the way in which the trucking company was selected is part and parcel of George W. Bush’s stealth assault on American sovereignty, claims Dr. 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).
“Transportes Olympic, the Mexican trucking firm sending out that first tractor trailer north, was actually selected to be the first across the border nearly six months ago, despite the administration’s ’last-minute’ announcement of the carrier earlier this week. If that’s not an example of Bush administration ’stealth,’ what is?” asks Corsi.
The designation of Transportes Olympic actually was made at a Feb. 22, 2007, ceremony held in Apodaca, a municipality of the city of Monterrey in the Mexican state Nuevo Leon, the headquarters location of Transportes Olympic.It was there that the governor of the Mexican state said that the time “has arrived” to declare a North American Economic Community.
This shocking statement was reported by the Mexican press, but not by any mainstream American media outlet. “To learn the truth of what Bush is up to with regards to creating a North American Union, people need to read Spanish-language media or sites like WorldNetDaily,” Corsi observes. However, doing so will set the teeth of any patriotic American on edge.
Which doesn’t seem to bother Texas Governor Rick Perry, whose perfidy is well documented in “The Late Great U.S.A.” According to author Corsi, “Official Mexican government reports reveal Mexico has entered discussions with the state of Texas and top officials in the Bush administration to extend the Trans-Texas Corridor into Mexico, with a plan to connect through Monterrey to the deep-water Mexican ports on the Pacific, including Manzanillo and Lazaro Cardenas.”
But again, you need to know Spanish in order to get that information.
“The official website of the Mexican northeastern state of Nuevo León contain multiple reports that the governor of the Mexican state of Nuevo León has actively discussed with numerous U.S. government officials, including Perry, Transportation Secretary Mary Peters and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, the extension of the Trans-Texas Corridor into Mexico to create what’s called a ”Trans North America Corridor"
So when is Congress going to put a halt to the stealth but steady destruction of America’s economic and political independence? When will our so-called “representatives” not only dish out the legislative smackdown that George W. Bush so richly deserves, but tell Mexico unequivocally that we will no longer be the dumping ground for millions of illegal aliens, criminals, drunk drivers and illiterate peasantry -- and then demonstrate some resolve?
“That’s why I wrote ’The Late Great U.S.A,” Corsi explains, “to bring all the evidence together and to show Americans what is happening under their very noses. It’s all too reminiscent of the way the EU was created. And when you look at Europe, what do you see? Millions of people without political representation, who have no say in their destiny. No wonder Europeans aren’t having kids any more. They know there’s no future for them. We cannot allow that to happen here.”
That’s what makes “The Late Great U.S.A” must-reading for every patriotic American. “We must end Bush’s dream of a North American Union - one that will benefit no one but his rich cronies and foreign investors,” says Corsi, “and we must force Congress to act. The time to do that is now, before it’s too late.”
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