Margaret Schaut

One more conservative viewpoint on the world at large.

Mexi-Chin Invasion Courtesy of NAFTA


chinese UN troops

Thanks to Billary and GHWB & son, the Panama Canal (along with all our military and nuclear tech secrets) have been turned over to China. But that doesn’t END the matter, not by a long shot!

“Radio sensing stations to track traffic and cargo up and down the I-35 NAFTA Superhighway corridor are being installed by Communist China, operating through a port operator subsidiary of Hutchison Whampoa, in conjunction with Lockheed Martin and the North America’s SuperCorridor Coalition, Inc.

The idea is that RFID chips placed in containers where manufactured goods are shipped from China will be able to be tracked to the Mexican ports on the Pacific where the containers are unloaded onto Mexican trucks and trains for transportation on the I-35 NAFTA Superhighway to destinations within the United States.

NASCO, a trade association based in Dallas, Texas, has teamed with Lockheed Martin to use RFID tracking technology Lockheed Martin developed for the U.S. Department of Defense’s projects in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as at U.S. military stations throughout the world.

China has a central position in applying the RFID technology on I-35, given Hutchinson Port Holdings’ 49 percent ownership of Savi Networks, the Lockheed Martin subsidiary that will get the job of placing the sensors all up and down the NAFTA Superhighway.”

China has, so far, amassed approximately 80,000 troops along Panama, in the Bahamas, in Mexico and in Argentina, all busy building or expanding ports to accommodate the HUGE ships that bring ‘goods’ from China- ships that are TEN TIMES the size of the largest American ships, are multi-use which means they can carry more troops, military equipment, even weapons- all with ‘trusted traveler’ status, meaning they’ll NEVER be stopped at ANY border, never inspected, never questioned.

Furthermore, the least reported and the most dangerous aspect of immigration on our southern border is that of the Mexican military itself! I quote: “between 1996 and September 30, 2006, there were 253 confirmed incursions into the United States by Mexican government personnel. The government has documented shots fired on both sides of the border, unmarked helicopters invading U.S. airspace, drug smuggling and actual confrontations between U.S. Border Patrol agents and armed members of the Mexican military.”

Not only is all this being done at taxpayer expense, and taxpayers will be charged a toll fee to use the highway themselves, they are also giving up their land for this through EMINENT DOMAIN seizure of property, regardless of the desire of the land owners.

This superhighway will be going all the way from Texas to Canada, with assorted ‘inland ports’ along the way, drop off points for foreign invasion forces that get a ‘free pass’ because THEIR radio chips will be accepted without question by our “National Security Administration.”

Why is it that the only candidate to actually address this incredibly dangerous issue, Ron Paul, is shut up, ridiculed, and defamed? Is it, perhaps, that while we are asleep looking at American Idol candidates, they are buying all the time they can to make their final dream a reality?

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  American Idol » Mexi-Chin Invasion Courtesy of NAFTA wrote @

[…] Margaret Schaut wrote an interesting post today on Mexi-Chin Invasion Courtesy of NAFTAHere’s a quick excerptIs it, perhaps, that while we are asleep looking at American Idol candidates, they are buying all the time they can to make their final dream a reality?… […]

  Korb wrote @

For those of you who don’t believe the I-35 Nafta corridor is not true…

Here is Canadian congress talking openly about it. Followed by denial from the US president andnewcasters. You decide who is telling the truth!

  Korb wrote @

Sorry about the double negative (above comment)… just so mad that we are being lied to.

Here is another interesting news cap about a NAFTA agreement by 2010.

  Korb wrote @

Last one, I promise. (chinese interests in the nafta corridor)

Take this with a grain of salt as the source it comes from, but interesting non-the-less

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=57190


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