Have you heard about the Superhighway? It is this super highway that is being built between Texas and Canada. It is also known as the ‘NAFA Superhighway’, the Trans-Texas Corridor, the SPP highway. It has many names, and will be four football fields wide. It is a means of getting goods and services expeditiously through the United States.
Also, Wal-Mart has a contract to exclusively serve this superhighway, and will be the only merchant allowed on the superhighway. The purpose of this is to bypass America! Guess who is behind it? No surprise, the great and evil George Bush and all his corporate cronies. If you know me, you know I have nothing but contempt for this criminal administration.
I have heard various theories as to how completed it is. Some say it is in progress, others say it is completely done. How come no one is sure? “The fed won’t let anyone get near it. It is a well-guarded secret.”
This is big and sinister stuff, folks. Small problem, though… it doesn’t seem to exist. Not yet, anyway. What the stories seem to imply is that this SH won’t have American stops or off-ramps. The whole thing will be just a jamming, haul ass highway between Mexico and Canada. Worse, "they" claim that this will all be owned by other nations and other nation's corporations. "They" also say that because it isn't being funded by us (but by these other countries) that Congress has no say. I don't know if this is true, but it's worth thinking about.
Oh, and this highway will eliminate security, oversight, labor unions, and it will all be paved with the skulls of golden retriever puppies. According to Humanevents.com:
Once complete, the new road will allow containers from the Far East to enter the United States through the Mexican port of Lazaro Cardenas, bypassing the Longshoreman’s Union in the process. The Mexican trucks, without the involvement of the Teamsters Union, will drive on what will be the nation’s most modern highway straight into the heart of America. The Mexican trucks will cross border in FAST lanes, checked only electronically by the new “SENTRI” system. The first customs stop will be a Mexican customs office in Kansas City, their new Smart Port complex, a facility being built for Mexico at a cost of $3 million to the U.S. taxpayers in Kansas City.
So, does the superhighway exist? No. Is it being built? No. Is this whole story horseshit? No. The idea is real, and it is being pushed. There is an official site set up for this purpose. That doesn't carry too much weight, though… this is a website you are reading right now. Well, let's take their own words and see:
NASCO’s purpose is to boost economic development activity by supporting:
- Multi-modal (rail, truck, ships, air cargo) infrastructure improvements
- Technology and security innovations on existing infrastructure to improve security and efficiency
- Enhanced visibility, security, and accountability of supply chains critical to every day life
- Environmental projects to preserve quality of life and allow for future growth
- Strengthened security in cross-border trade flows
So, it is something to be aware of, but don't freak out. The government isn't outthinking you, they aren't that good at anything. I see a lot in this idea. Depending on how it's executed, it could be either the best or worst idea ever done. I thank god that George W. Bush will be out of office before it begins. I mean, think about it. It's practical, it will happen. Let's make sure we all participate in the dialogue, though.
Other great freeway myths? One is that Hitler invented the concept of the freeway with the Autobahn to move German war supplies better. That is what I heard. According to these dudes, that is a myth. Mussolini actually gets the credit for that gem. Hmmm. Hitler, Mussolini, and Bush. That's right, I just said that.
Presidential candidate Ron Paul went on record through Congress and explained that it is real, and we are being bushwacked. You may remember Paul, he was the only one of the GOP candidates to acknowledge the "truth" behind the 9/11 attacks. The more I dig around about this story, the less I understand. Let's open this up to our readership. Tell me what you have heard, and please use citations when you can.
I think this might be like the Moller Skycar, personally. Yes, a real and functional flying car does exist. It is rather like we were promised ages ago. Flying cars, and you can have one. That doesn't make it a bad idea, just not practical. That poor Moller guy has been trying to sell his prototype for 20 years.
What do you think? True or false? Good idea, or bad (the Superhighway, not the skycar)? Speak up!Powered by Sidelines