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“The cross-border trucking program is part of NAFTA and the corporate North American Union agenda of further erasing continental borders.  If it becomes permanent and is expanded, it could lower wages and lead to more American job losses.  There is also the potential that it could destroy small and medium sized independent trucking companies.  Allowing Mexican trucks full access inside the U.S. is a safety issue, as well as a security threat which could increase drug and human smuggling.  Republican Congressman, Ron Paul, had this to say about the pilot trucking program when it was first announced.  “Rather than securing our borders, we seem to be providing more pores for illegal aliens, drug dealers, and terrorists to permeate.”  In light of the growing drug cartel violence in Mexico, further securing the border should be a national security priority.”

More via Ending NAFTA Inspired Trucking Program Could Spark Retaliation | Dana Gabriel.

Interview to John McManus. Posted February 6, 2008


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John McManus of the John Birch Society gives you a fascinating briefing on the history of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and NAFTA. You may never look at world events the same after you learn some of these facts. http://www.jbs.org

NAFTA was the starting point for the SPP/Security and Prosperity Partnership and the North American Union (NAU), and the the NAFTA Superhighway/Trans Texas Corridor (TTC) is being built to serve the Chinese so they can unload ships using cheap Mexican labor and use Mexican trucks and trains instead of American port workers and American trucks/trains.

This is an edition of Conservative Roundtable, the nationally broadcast conservative television program hosted by Howard Phillips, and produced by The Conservative Caucus. Please visit our websites: http://www.ConservativeUSA.org and http://www.HowardPhillips.com

Visit our new NAU website for the latest information: http://www.NAUWarRoom.org

News: The closed-door 2008 SPP Summit was held in New Orleans on April 21-22, with meeting George Bush, Felipe Calderón & Stephen Harper. Government and big business leaders will further negotiate the SPP/NAU merger. Please call Talk Shows, Write Letters to the Editor, and post to blogs protesting the NAU and NAFTA. Email this to your friends!

Posted May 8, 2008

U.S. Representative Tom Tancredo (R-CO) lets you know how YOU can help stop amnesty for illegal immigrants, the North American Union (NAU)–also called the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP); and secure our borders. In a special interview for The Conservative Caucus, the Congressman urges YOU to take action to save our nation from being merged with Mexico and Canada and our borders erased.

Mexican Trucks Creating Road Risks. Posted February 13, 2008

Is it Christian to take from among the least to help a stranger? | mansfieldnewsjournal.com | Mansfield News Journal.

A post against NAFTA, claiming that it have provoke a great job loss for Americans.

Posted March 22, 2008. Contain BAD language

The Guy From Boston gives George Bush his opinion about this NAFTA Super highway. Heard of it? It’s going to take more jobs away from Americans!!! Contains bad language.

Congress and Law: The Border’s Distinctive Institutions: Drayage and Mexican Customs Brokers.

An article about some circumstances on the border.

Senator Brian Dorgan Tries to Stop Mexican Trucks. Posted September 11, 2007

Senator Brian Dorgan Interview. Posted September 14, 2007

Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa testified before the Senate Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development March 8, 2007.

Teamsters against Mexican trucks. Posted September 12, 2007

James Hoffa, President of Teamsters, discusses Mexican trucks crossing the US border unimpeded, NAFTA superhighway (Trans-Texas Corridor), and North American Union. Posted February 9, 2008

CNN briefing in Mexican Trucks dispute, posted April 16, 2009

CNN regarding Mexican trucks, posted october 27, 2006

This video shows protesters against Mexican trucks, posted February 20, 2008

This is the information attached to the video, you can find it in youtube by double-clicking on the video:

SENATE EXPECTED TO VOTE ON MEXICAN TRUCK PROGRAM TODAY

Vote Follows Reports of Mexican Truck Explosion That Killed 34 People, Injured 150

Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa urged the Senate to block funding for the Bush administration’s illegal Mexican truck program.

Hoffa said the program threatens highway safety and national security. The danger posed by trucks from Mexico was made clear by the truck explosion that killed at least 34 people and injured 150 in Northern Mexico on Sunday.

A vote to block funding for the pilot program is expected to occur in the Senate on the afternoon of Tuesday, Sept. 11.

“Today is the sixth anniversary of the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil,” Hoffa said. “I don’t see how any patriotic American could vote to allow these dangerous trucks to cross our borders and travel freely throughout our country.”

“We don’t know who’s driving these trucks and we don’t know what they’re carrying,” Hoffa said. “Weapons that could be used in a terrorist attack might be in the backs of these trucks.”

A short cartoon documentary on NAFTA, done a few years back. Posted Oct 9, 2007

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