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Soldier Quits Military To Join The Ron Paul Revolution

Soldier Quits Military To Join The Ron Paul Revolution

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyxhD20IRjs

 

CNN’s John Roberts interviews Ron Paul

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNT9RnvrJxc

 

MyFOX: What is the Ron Paul Revolution?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNT9RnvrJxc

 

Paul Interviewed By Russia Today

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8T6CeqdSrO4

‘If economists were going to support a presidential candidate based purely on what is taught in economics courses, we would probably all support Paul’
http://media.www.dukech..ards.For.Prez-3158342.shtml

Ron Paul: Government Must ‘Preserve Liberty’
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5WFUpYOZQI

Billionaire To Back Paul – Everything Changes
http://ets.osu.edu/january16th.htm

Ron Paul MLK “Money Bomb” is Coming Up Monday, January 21
http://www.gambling911.com/Ron-Paul-011808.html

Ron Paul Blimp on WIStv in Columbia
http://youtube.com/watch?v=agJt6d7Op8I

 



U.S. Plans Outline a Subsidized Pan-American Highway


U.S. Plans Outline a Subsidized Pan-American Highway

Jones Report
January 8, 2008

U.S. Title Code TITLE 23 > CHAPTER 2 > § 212 provides for the construction and maintenance of the Inter-American Highway program in cooperation with the Governments of the American Republics in Central America (i.e. Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama).

“Title 23 of the US Code as currently published by the US Government reflects the laws passed by Congress as of Jan. 2, 2006.”

Under the code, the United States essentially pays for up to one-third of the total construction costs (depending on each nation’s wealth):

(a) Not to exceed one-third of the appropriation authorized for each fiscal year may be expended without requiring the country or countries in which such funds may be expended to match any part thereof, if the Secretary of State shall find that the cost of constructing said highway in such country or countries will be beyond their reasonable capacity to bear.

The U.S. also agrees to provide all the maintenance costs:

(5) will provide for the maintenance of said highway after its completion in condition adequately to serve the needs of present and future traffic.

The U.S. has cooperated with Latin America on highway systems since the first Pan American Highway Congress in Buenos Aires in 1925, but footing all the costs for infrastructure can’t be a good sign for expanded globalization to come.

This acceleration of hemispheric-consolidation only correlates with the passage CAFTA in the Central American States and the passage of ‘free trade’ agreements with Panama, Peru and Columbia during 2007. Further, Condoleezza Rice and President Bush have hailed the significant steps towards the broader ‘vision’ of a Pan-American Community.

“The founding ideal of our Pan-American Community, borne across many centuries and carried by us still, is the hope that life in the hemisphere would signify a break with the Old World, and a new beginning for all mankind,” Secretary Rice told the C.F.R. and the Organization of American States in October 2007.

“We now have the potential to create an unbroken chain of trading partners from Tierra del Fuego to the Arctic Circle,” Rice said to the OAS.

Vicente Fox has also advocated not only the North American Union, but hinted at a unified currency throughout the Americas sometime in the future during an appearance on Larry King Live.

An unbroken chain of trading partners– under ever-expanding ‘free trade’ blocs (yes, an oxymoron)– would certainly go hand-in-hand with an inter-connected, well-maintained highway– but subsidizing the expenses is no route to equal or independent nations inside a community, but rather a formula for guaranteeing centralized regional control.

That’s not to say that free travel and reasonably safe and convenient travel is not a worthwhile goal, but certainly many are concerned about the implications such a smaller hemisphere would mean for employment and wages. Even Mexican farmers are now protesting free trade, illegal immigration and the effects of NAFTA, a position American farmers likely never steered from.

Meanwhile, Mexico has already announced its intention to microchip migrant workers coming from Central and South America and other places.

L. Ronald Scheman, founder of the Pan American Development foundation and Senior Advisor to Kissinger McLarty Associates proposes that opportunities to harmonize the Americas can lead to long-term integration along the same route taken by the E.U.— early on, the E.U. was nothing more than a Coal and Steel Community which eventually solidified unification:

“To him, the strategy was clear. ‘This proposal [for a coal and steel community] has an essential political objective: to make a breach in the ramparts of national sovereignty, which will be narrow enough to secure consent — but deep enough to open the way toward the unity that is essential to peace [and we might add, for our purposes in the Americas, for development].'”

T.T.C. Maps Detail Infrastructure Dismissed as “Conspiracy Theory”
http://www.jonesreport.com/article/01_08/090108_ttc_conspiracy.html

NAFTA Jeopardizes Mexican Sugar Industry
http://www.plenglish.com/Article.asp?…EFD4%7D&language=EN

White House OKs Mexican Truck Program
http://www.rawstory.com/news/moc…_truck_progr_01042008.html

What is the ‘North American Union’?

 



CIA Torture Jet wrecks with 4 Tons of Cocaine

CIA Torture Jet wrecks with 4 Tons of Cocaine

Daily Kos
December 13, 2007

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oszATUJ4IRE

This Florida based Gulfstream II jet aircraft N987SA crash landed on September 24, 2007 after it ran out of fuel over Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula it had a cargo of several tons of Cocaine on board now documents have turned up on both sides of the Atlantic that link this Cocaine Smuggling Gulfstream II jet aircraft N987SA that crashed in Mexico to the CIA who used it on at least 3 rendition flights from Europe and the USA to Guantanamo’s infamous torture chambers between 2003 to 2005.

Read Full Article Here

 



Secretary Rice, CFR Usher in Pan-American Community


Secretary Rice, CFR Usher in Pan-American Community
Trade Agreements for Peru, Colombia and Panama Have ‘Concluded’ Forming an “Unbroken Chain of Trading Partners from Tierra del Fuego to the Arctic Circle” that Will “Level” U.S. Wages

Aaron Dykes
Jones Report
October 16, 2007

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice made remarks at the C.F.R. hosted Organization of American States event on October 9 that the “concluded” trade agreements with Peru, Colombia and Panama are a significant step towards the broader ‘vision’ of a Pan-American Community.

“The founding ideal of our Pan-American Community, borne across many centuries and carried by us still, is the hope that life in the hemisphere would signify a break with the Old World, and a new beginning for all mankind… and the creation of a new system of international politics, based on mutual respect and cooperation among independent nations.”

The agreements would break down more than 80% of tariffs in respect to each of the three countries for both exports and imports and would include more than $17 billion in debt relief– extending action already taken under the Millennium Challenge Corporation in 2004-2005.

These agreements come just after the passage of CAFTA, rapidly bringing ten additional countries into a hemispheric trade bloc (on top of existing trade blocs MERCOSUR and CAN).

“We now have the potential to create an unbroken chain of trading partners from Tierra del Fuego to the Arctic Circle,” Rice told the OAS.

“Today, we are making a similar strategic commitment in our hemisphere, to the success of our Pan-American Community. This commitment was begun in the last decade by leaders of both parties. Now it is being advanced further.”

Since the executive branch lost fast-track renewal in June, the trade agreements must be passed by Congress, but Rice indicated that bipartisan support has already been arranged by way of “43 prominent Democrats– former ambassadors, cabinet officials, policy experts and members of Congress.”

President Bush mirrored Rice’s optimism about bipartisan support for the agreements, which also include South Korea, citing former Secretary Shalala (and dozens of her Democratic colleagues): “Latin America is up for grabs. We fully recognize that asking the United States Congress to vote on these trade agreements is politically charged. Nonetheless, rejecting these agreements would set back regional U.S. interests for a generation. We must not walk away now.”

However, a recent poll shows that 6-in-10 Republican voters now “believe free trade is bad for the U.S. economy” — which brings Republicans in-line with the standing views of Democrats.

Condoleezza Rice warned against the message it would send internationally if the trade agreements didn’t go through, and asked that U.S. workers facing “dislocation” and “insecurity” ‘update their skills’ and pursue “retraining,” suggesting the role of ‘community college’ in “giving people a second or even a third or sometimes a fourth start on a different kind of career.”

The frightening suggestion of American job degradation was also echoed by Bush’s remarks on the new trade agreements.

“And yet, many of our citizens feel uneasy about competition, and they worry that trade will cost jobs. I understand that if you’re forced to change a job halfway through a career it can be painful for your family. I know that. And that is why I’m a big believer in trade adjustment assistance that helps Americans make the transition from one job to the next…the community college system, for example, to be able to train that person for jobs which actually exist.” [emphasis added]

Secretary Rice added, “if we don’t, then we’re going to remain fearful and closed”– clearly valuing ‘free trade’ above any semblance of protection for middle-America jobs, despite her claim it will actually benefit workers:

“These trade agreements will benefit U.S. workers and businesses, enabling them to compete on a level playing field in new markets, to create jobs and opportunity in our nation, and to address the wealth of all in our economy.”

The meaning of ‘a level playing field’ was not clarified, but perhaps it relates to former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan’s recent call for lowering U.S. wages and opening the borders on David Letterman’s Late Show:

“We ought to be opening up our borders to skilled labor from all parts of the world because if we were to do that we would increase the supply of skilled workers that our schools have been unable to create and as a consequence of that we would lower the average wage of skills and reduce the degree of income inequality in this country.”

Secretary Rice focused on the “democratic” unity amongst the countries in trade agreement and warned against sending a “signal” of “retreat” by rejecting the agreements.

“Building on the foundation that Presidents Bush and Clinton laid with NAFTA, we have concluded trade agreements with ten additional countries… a community that now includes Costa Rica, whose people voted just two days ago to approve CAFTA.”

Costa Rica narrowly passed CAFTA in a referendum that has already been contested, sealing the trade pact with El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic and the United States. More than 150,000 Costa Ricans protested the agreement and the Los Angeles Times and AlterNet reported that voting was under ‘duress,’ including a campaign of threats and pressure, according to a leaked memo:

The memo, as the Los Angeles Times described it, “outlined a campaign of dirty tricks intended to sway voters.” This included telling mayors that their cities would “not get a penny from the government for the next three years” if they did not deliver a majority of voters for CAFTA. In the words of the memo, the government also needed to “stimulate fear” among the voters, including “fear of the loss of jobs.”

The Bush Administration joined the campaign to “stimulate fear,” with the U.S. Ambassador threatening that Costa Rica could lose some of it existing access to U.S. markets if the voters reject CAFTA.

Rice and Bush brushed aside worries about the three Latin American nations, particularly the narco-state Colombia, citing the strength of their democratic values– and hanging it in the balance with Cuba and unnamed “authoritarian” states with “state-run economies” (i.e. Venezuela).

“In truth, this is a backward-looking agenda with a long history of deepening poverty and misery. The real revolution in the Americas today is being led by responsible democratic leaders, like Bachelet and Lula, Vazquez and Uribe, Garcia and Torrijos, Calderon and Saca.

Their democratic governments, and many others, from left to right, are deepening the Pan-American consensus on creating opportunity for all through free markets, economic growth and democracy.”

Rice argues for Colombia’s “trajectory of positive change,” calling its ‘76% reduction in kidnappings,’ ‘40% drop in murder rate‘ and ‘61% fewer terrorist attacks‘ one of the “greatest victories for the cause of human rights in our world today.

President Bush was just as willing to forgive Colombia’s dark record. “Some in Congress have expressed concern over violence in Colombia …Colombia’s record is not perfect, but the country is clearly headed in the right direction — and is asking for our help.”

Bush even cited Canada’s leader as a selling point.

As Prime Minister Stephen Harper of Canada put it, “If the United States turns its back on its friends in Colombia, this will set back our cause far more than any Latin American dictator could hope to achieve.”

Similar broad strokes were made for the sins of Peru and Panama, hoping to keep such issues off the radar of most Americans.

Yet, former Mexican President Vicente Fox– who also signed the Security & Prosperity Partnership for North America (SPP)— has been recently parading calls for a North American Union and a unified NAFTA currency.

Drastic measures towards large-scale regional government are happening overnight and yet there is almost no discussion whatsoever. Beyond the elites and their controlled media, there is little outcry and scarcely more than a whisper of announcement.

Canadians call for vote on SPP
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=58143

Put the SPP to a vote, say prominent Canadians
http://www.newswire.ca/en/releases/archive/October2007/12/c3357.html

What is the ‘North American Union’?