- TRANS-TEXAS CORRIDOR
- Think this highway stops at the northern
border of Texas? 
- Some of us have been aware for a few
years that this super-wide super-highway was under construction. And what
of those longshoreman losing jobs - where are they now? This type
of labor is almost extinct since almost everything is now containerized.
Containerized cargo is how merchandise enters (and sometimes leaves) America's
ports, with the exception of trucks and automobiles. One or two operators
working in an overhead crane today completely fill or empty a cargo ship
directly to and from semi-truck trailers in just a few hours.
- We can see that effects from this super-wide
super-highway can be far reaching. In fact, the implications of this
quiet construction project to build a PRIVATE highway are global in
nature and may show us what the future holds.
- There is yet another serious reason for
the highway that seemingly no one considers. Few recall that back in 2001,
the self-appointed American dictator stated his list of countries comprising
the "axis of evil." China was also on that list. Later the dictator
retracted it. But do we really believe it was removed from the
- Throughout history, any nation perceived
as too powerful was ALWAYS a target for war. This fact has never changed. The
Mid-East proved this point all too well. War there has always been about
oil (which even Cheney admitted this in a press conference - "it's
always been about oil.") There currently are other ruthless dictators
executing race wars elsewhere in the world, which we rarely hear about.
At the last count this author heard, there were some 40 conflicts among
the nations of the world. Africa has problems between nations throughout
it's history. But the key point here is that oil and/or money IS power.
and will always be serious reasons for war. Economically powerful nations
are always targets for war, too. This is something like a version of the
classic "haves vs. the have-nots." What nation on earth
today is the most solvent, economically powerful nation in the world where
far more money flows IN than out? Hint - it begins with the letter "C."
- A war with China is what many experts
have stated is inevitable. This will result in a cut-off almost overnight
of the majority of store products, with the exception of food, health
and beauty aids. Once the war begins, products will stop flowing into
North America when the pipeline of ships at sea is empty. In fact, we could
see major ports become idle virtually overnight. And what of the billions
of American dollars to which the Chinese economy is addicted to? It will
cause China to start launching missles already known as the "Long
March" - a name they gave to their ICBMs more than 30 years
ago for missles that can reach America. They will have nothing to
lose by doing so. Perhaps this is why new Wal-marts being built are painted
in ugly Kaki colors - corporate management is already preparing for
war. Since the chain has a long-standing relationship with Homeland Security
from it's inception, they will become the distribution chain for food,
staple items and household products you will need during the next
world war. They will become just another division of the corporate
government system already under construction. It has the political title
of "privatization of government." What we see portrayed in sci-fi
movies about a corporate-run world of the future is now being built in
reality. One can only imagine how the philosophy of culture and government
will undergo a slow but dramatic paradigm shift in public schools, to change
the image of what children believe is freedom... And all of this ties
into the new super-wide, super-highway.
- So where else can needed goods be manufactured
and transported without requiring ships? Mexico, middle Latin-American
countries and South America are the most logical places left on the
continent. The super-wide super-highway could also be extended south to
stretch all the way to South America. Looking at a road atlas, one
will find that it is actually possible to drive to Middle Latin America
and South America from Mexico. It will take you a week or more from Arizona
or Texas to get there. It's almost a certainty you'll be robbed and/or
perhaps killed before reaching your destination. But the new limited
access super-highway will be heavily patrolled and guarded, virtually
eliminating that problem. (Wouldn't you like to have the video camera contract
for that?) Mexico and countries south of America will be the ONLY
logical choice left for manufacturing. The standard of living is already
too high in America and Canada to support those "low prices"
which citizens of both countries now expect to pay at big box
stores. Average income is now insufficient to pay the prices of yesteryear.
- In fact - we could see reverse immigration
take place as suddenly Mexico becomes the land of plenty. Americans will
move to new jobs south of the border. Of course, it leaves unanswered a
question that's we have today: If most jobs move south of the border, how
will Americans and Canadians be able to afford those products or have
a decent standard of living? Certainly not on salaries from today's service
jobs of cleaning buildings and fast food restaurants. This is the serious
degradation of jobs toward unskilled help that is happening today. We see
that our government has sold us out, to convert America into a highly
depressed third world economy. The UN will not "re-distribute the
wealth" as it claims as a goal.
- Far more friction required to move
one ton of goods over ground than over water. Oil companies will
reap windfall profits from increased diesel fuel consumption as
a result of increased truck traffic. "Third world countries"
which are now called "emerging nations" will love the new, big
business. Perhaps the pyramid and ancient city archeological sites closing
and returning to ruins. Few will work at those sites to maintain
them because of inferior wages. Instead, everyone will work at higher
at paying jobs in mega-factories. And like China today, everyone south
of the border will be driving cars. The horse and donkey will become a
rare sight. Perhaps those animals will be sold to Americans and Canadians
who will become too poor to afford to buy and operate a car or truck. Sound
far-fetched? All things are possible until proven otherwise.
- For those that laugh at these ideas they
should first look at the semiconductor industry. For some thirty
years, silicon chips have been manufactured in dozens of polynesian
and near-east countries. The plastic anti-static tubes they are packaged
in for the past 30 years, have listed about 40 of these countries with
the prefacing statement "Made in one or more of the following countries: ."
The point here is that chip manufacturing since the early 1970's was already
making an exodus overseas. As each country's standard of living increased,
corporations packed up and moved on as a country's standard of living
increased, and manufacturing became too expensive.
- This pillaging for cheap labor goes on
today, and now chip companies are running out of poor but politically
stable countries in which to manufacture needed chips. Much of the world
is still involved in internal conflicts and battles with neighboring nations.
These countries are too unstable for any corporation to invest more
than 2 billion dollars to build a new facility, where it might be
blown up or attacked at any time.
- What will happen when the standard of
living in Mexico, middle-Latin American and South American countries rises
too high? Where will manufacturing move to when no place is left to do
it with cheap labor?
- As an aside - would the Chinese
have listening devices planted at Bilderberg meetings they are not invited
to? You better believe it. Today's highly advanced devices which can
be remotely turned on and off are un-detectable. Invited or not, the
Chinese will know one way or another every word that's been said there.
It will be the world's public who will be the last to know, but the
first to feel the meeting's effects.
- Ted Twietmeyer
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