Montebello, Trans Texas, and all that

Richmond Hill, Ontario - Wednesday, July 25, 2007 - by: Robert Ede

After reflecting on the economic order of the movie "Rollerrball" and reading the Sept 13, 2006 excerpt from the Timeline article , on the plan to make incremental changes by regulation-not-legislation in the quest to "secure the North American economy", it struck me that the sale of "infrastructure" (toll-roads, bridges,airports, pipelines etc) to pension funds and private equity firms might be a step towards this "unification of the Americas" objective.

To me they're getting away with this sale of infrastructure nonsense (at Con/federal, provincial and local levels) because each of those levels of "governance" has taken on a huge load of interest-bearing debt (taken on to purchase long-ago consumed goods/services).

Servicing the interest-on-interest of that debt, from long-ago consumed items, is crowding-out the use of today's tax revenue for today's expenditures ( Toronto 12.23% of Revenue; Ontario 11% and Canada 16.37%).

Perhaps allowing Canadians to take on all that debt (instead of raising taxes at the time to cover the then, current-year expenditures - or Tommy Douglas-style, just simply not spending the money they didn't have) was part of the plan.

I'm reminded of the quote "Give me control of a nation's money supply, and I care not who makes its laws" - Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild

  Trans-Texas Corridor, Wikipedia
  Government of Texas, Office of the Governor, Rick Perry, Trans Texas Corridor Fact Sheet
  Trans-Texas web site
  North American Union highway has Texas candidates up in arms October 23, 2005 YouTube
  Dobbs, Lou North American Union August 24, 2005, CNN, YouTube
  Dobbs, Lou North American Union Orwellian Brave New World, December 1, 2006, CNN, YouTube

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