by Alan Stang
February 17, 2008
I wish I did not believe this, but I do. At some point now coming fast, the battle for America will metastasize beyond politics. Yes, it would be nice, so wholesome, so American, if voting and elections were sufficient, but more and more in recent years it becomes clear that those things are fraudulent charades designed to lull us and that the conspiracy for world government will do what it likes regardless.
Again and again we have seen that, sure, you peasants go ahead and vote, but, of course, if you vote for the wrong thing, then the conspiracy for world government, infinitely wiser, wealthier, more powerful and, let’s face it, better than we are, will change the result and impose what they want.
As I write, it appears that in November voters will “choose” as President either a man named Hussein, who was raised as a Muslim, belongs to a virulently racist church loyal to Africa, and works with violent Communists there to impose Islamic law, or a Stalinist Womanoid who along with her husband should long since have been in prison for several lifetimes and whose election would mean an epidemic of rampaging bull dykes, not to mention the usual intern knee prints on the Oval Office carpet.
Or, the voters will choose a deranged crank who has done everything he could to betray his fellow POWs, a man whom Soviet brainwashers in Viet Nam may well have turned into one of theirs, a McChurian Candidate, a Republicrud whose record places him on the Far Left end of the Democrud Party, who says he has no qualms about keeping us in Iraq for another century.
Whichever one of these three voters “choose” will enormously increase already powerful Communist hegemony over America. But what about Ron Paul? Ron who? Did you say “Paul?” No, the name is vaguely familiar, but I can’t place it. There could be a retired ladies’ doctor somewhere in Texas who may be named Ron Paul, but I can assure you that no one by that name is running for President, no one, no one, no one, etc. . . .
So, I am reluctantly expecting a spark that could ignite a conflagration, a repetition of the shot heard ‘round the world. The conspiracy for world government is shoving us Americans into an ever smaller corner. As the Seventh Avenue girdle manufacturer likes to put it, “Something’s got to give.” Where? What could be the point of ignition that propels the battle into the next phase?
Of course I am merely speculating. Could it be the Trans-Texas Corridor? By now you know that this treason is an integral part of the proposed North American Union, which would merge the United States, Canada and Mexico. The United States thenceforth would not exist. That is why the paper “dollar” is presently collapsing. The “collapse” will justify the introduction of the NAU currency unit, the “Amero,” to replace it.
For those of you folks who live at the bottom of mine shafts or get your “news” from such “conservative” Communist spokesmen as Limbag or Hannitwit, here is the latest proof. El presidente Jorge W. Boosh is now promoting the expenditure of $1.4 billion non-existent U.S. dollars to protect the southern border of Mexico as part of the “Mérida Initiative.” What? Yes, remember that the new border of NAU is not between the three countries, but around them, so Boosh will protect Mexico’s southern border, not our own.
The purpose of the Trans-Texas Corridor, it says here, is to “relieve congestion,” to “connect communities,” to increase “local control,” to enhance “free trade,” etc. and so on. But the map shows that it bypasses major Texas cities, so it would not “relieve congestion,” and it would not “connect communities” because there are very few exits and it would be hard to cross.
Adding exits would not diminish the connectivity of such a road, so why not add them? The answer is, you wouldn’t add them if you expect to use the corridor to restrict the movement of people. The system would carve the state into sectors. With the help of a few troops, it could become almost impossible to move between them, if the government didn’t want you to. Remember that one of the goals of the conspiracy for world government is to confine our population in the cities, which would be connected by corridors you could not get off. The conspiracy would reserve the countryside for itself.
The so-called “free trade” advantage of the corridor would bring Mexican “products” across the Rio Grande in those uninspected 18-wheelers Boosh recently allowed to enter. They wouldn’t stop until they arrived at the Mexican “port” in Kansas City. Except that there really aren’t any Mexican “products” other than narcotics and illegal aliens. “Tex-Mex” is American cuisine. According to the New York Times, Mexicans don’t know what it is.
But there are Chinese “products.” There are Chinese “products” because both Bill Clinton, the rapist, and Jorge W. Boosh are Communist world government traitors. Those are the uninspected “products” that will arrive in Kansas City in those uninspected trucks, for distribution to the rest of the central district of North America (the former United States), and the northern district (former Canada).
You already know that Red Chinese toothpaste killed dozens of people in Panama, until an alert doctor there discovered it was poisoned. You know that many Chinese foods are adulterated and dangerous. Chinese Communist toys contain lead. Now comes word that a huge percentage of the ingredients found in the pharmaceuticals you buy from Nazi-American drug companies also originates in economical Communist-occupied China and that it is typically tainted. These are the “products” that will be inside those Mexican trucks.
The Trans-Texas Treason will consume 146 acres of land for every mile of road. It will seize 584,000 acres of the finest farm and ranch land in the world. It will be almost ¼ mile wide. It will consume towns, homes, archeology, habitat, etc. And it will make a huge fortune for Cintra, the Spanish company that builds it. That’s right; believe it or not, every construction company in this country was too stupid to do it.
Need I add that the treason has been imposed with the usual, totalitarian arrogance? Transportation Commissioner Ric Williamson says this: “Once the Governor decided that this is where we needed to head, he wanted to remove it from the political flow of the state, he wanted it to become policy as opposed to politics, and that was one of the reasons he asked us to move so fast, and we’ve done an admirable job. . . .”
In other words, the Governor decided it. Removing it from the political flow and making it policy rather than politics, is an obfuscatory way of saying that the people didn’t get to decide it through their elected representatives in Austin. The Governor is of course lying puke Rick Perry, who campaigned for reelection walking the Rio Grande arm in arm with the Border Patrol, swearing up and down that he would stop the illegal alien invasion and then, safely reelected, proved himself a lying puke.
This is the same Rick Perry who is a Merck & Co. front man, and is trying to force Texas girls as young as nine to take an extremely dangerous but immensely lucrative Merck drug called Gardasil, which may already have killed eight women and caused seizures, blood clots, paralysis and fetal abnormalities in many others. Despite all this, Nazi-drug company front man Perry is still pushing it.
Ted Houghton is another Texas Transportation Commissioner. He says the Corridor is “not about cargo and containers.” He also denies that the Corridor is a “NAFTA highway.” It isn’t a NAFTA highway because “it doesn’t connect to Mexico.” It starts in Brownsville and McAllen, which, true enough, are not in Mexico, but when I was there last they were on the former border.
Dr. Ron “No Such Candidate” Paul says this: “Even more insulting is the distinct possibility that, while the road will collect tolls and fees, making a private foreign firm billions of dollars in revenue, the costs of building it could be heavily borne by taxpayers. So the costs will be socialized and the profits privatized. Public-private partnership indeed!”
The Austin regime is presently conducting “town hall” meetings on the Corridor around the state. The meetings are very slick and professional. There is ample printed material. There are movie screens projecting information. There is a moderator. And people testify at a microphone. Their testimony is videotaped. There is even a court reporter to take down what they say. The witnesses “vote.” One of the options they can choose is “No Action.”
I attended one of the sessions. One after the other, the people testified against the Corridor. It was not hard to sense volcanic seething beneath their fragile calm. One man broke down during his three minutes and cried. They told of the loss of a way of life, of a heritage 150 years old, of historic landmarks, of churches and cemeteries, of animals, of jobs and business, of whole communities being swept into the dustbin of history. There was considerable anguish.
Not one of the witnesses testified in favor of the Corridor. Indeed, one of them turned around, faced the audience of hundreds and asked everyone who was in favor to raise his hand. In every public issue, there are people on different sides. Here, remarkably, among people of every color, age, sex, financial standing, work and business, not a single hand was raised.
An engineer explained that he not only reads, but he also writes many projects like the Corridor every year, and he has never read one so incompetent that leaves so much unanswered. He said it would never get through his office. Another engineer specializing in freight explained that if the goal is to move cargo from Mexico to Canada, the quickest, easiest, least bothersome, cheapest way to do it would be to put it on huge barges in New Orleans, ship it all the way up to the Cities and load it on trucks there.
The fervor and unanimity of the people proved that they believe they can turn this thing around. They believe that when Perry & Company learn how much opposition there is, they will stand down and opt for “No Action.” Of course, that is completely untrue. The Trans-Texas Treason is written in stone. The deal is done. The Austin regime knows perfectly well that the people unanimously oppose it. Then why hold the meetings?
The town hall meetings are a traditional Soviet brainwashing technique, carefully designed to allow the opposition to vent safely. You could call it “managed venting.” To some extent, it will neutralize the opposition. Indeed, it now justifies the traitors in saying that the people participated in the decision. After all, didn’t they testify? Didn’t Austin go to considerable trouble to arrange those meetings? And if you participated, you have no right to complain.
So, the gringos are worse than the illegal aliens. But this is the home of the Alamo, of W. Barrett Travis and the line in the sand. This is Texas, where under every coat there is a side arm, where the women are armed and can stick the red dot in your eye. What will happen when enough of them realize that the fix is in, that the town hall meetings were a fraud, that puppet governor Perry will do this whether we want it or not, that the Corridor is part of the scheme to destroy Texas and the nation?
Will we finally get to see what the Second Amendment really means?
© 2008 – Alan Stang – All Rights Reserved. Republished here under Fair Use.
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