Friday, December 30, 2011


Here's a link to a Roger Hedgecock radio show about the environmentalists wanting to close at least 2 California ports.  On the surface,  it would seem  to be only this.  However,  if one knows about the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) and Agenda 21,  it's another dot connected.

Under  the SPP there were provisions for the Panama Canal to be widened.  That work is in progress.  There were also provisions to expand some roads in Mexico.  That work is in progress.  Then, we had the Trans-Texas Corridor which we have evidently prevented.  The North American Development Bank was established and the U.S. is transferring taxpayer money to accomplish all this work.  The Trans-Texas Corridor would have been paid for by Texas taxpayers.  But there were 4 roads involved,  not just the Trans-Texas...the La Entrada,  the Port to Plains, and another one,  I forget the name.  Work on these is continuing under the premise that we need the improvement in transportation and maintenance.  That's true, but the plan for open borders is still hiding in there.  Obama just approved Mexican trucks to have free reign on U.S. roads, a provision of  the SPP.

Under Agenda 21 with this little piece of information,  we see more effort to destroy our jobs and push yet another group of workers into dependence on governmental help and we already have ....what...47% on welfare?  Tin-foil hat?  I don't know how anyone can call this tin-foil hat unless they're totally uninformed, unaware, and too scared or lazy to find out what's really going on.

Here's the link to Roger's show.

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