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Texas Super Corridor Rebellion spreads to Oklahoma

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By Patrick Wood

There is a growing rebel­lion in Texas against the Trans-Texas Cor­ridor (TTC) that promises to dis­lodge (e.g., emi­nent domain seizures) between 500,000 and 1,000,00 acres of prime Texas ranch and farm land so that a 1,200 foot NAFTA trans­porta­tion Super Cor­ridor can be built by a for­eign cor­po­ra­tion to trans­port con­tainers full of for­eign goods from Mexico to Kansas City. One group of con­cerned Okla­homans have real­ized that Okla­homa is next on the glob­alist menu.

You see, the planned I-35 Super Cor­ridor is sched­uled to run straight through Okla­homa and con­sume some 32,000 acres of privately-held property.

A group of local cit­i­zens formed Okla­homans for Sov­er­eignty and Free Enter­prise (OK-SAFE) in order to make sure it doesn’t happen.

And their first public meeting (on Sat­urday, Sep­tember 29) in Tulsa drew over 300 ener­gized Okla­homans, local media and sev­eral state leg­is­la­tors to dis­cuss the issues and hammer out a strategy.

Nation­ally known speakers were flown in: David Stall of Cor­ridor Watch in Texas; Dr. Jerome Corsi, author of The Late Great USA. and Tom DeWeese of Amer­ican Policy Center in Wash­ington; D.C. Local speakers included mem­bers of the Okla­homa state Senate and House. National atten­tion was pro­vided by the dis­crete pres­ence of the Coali­tion for a Pros­perous America (CPA), which rep­re­sents over 100,000 Amer­i­cans all across the country.

David Stall’s metic­u­lous and well-documented pre­sen­ta­tion detailed how Texas is being rail­roaded by trade-hungry cor­po­rate fas­cists and warned that Okla­homa is next. Gasps of aston­ish­ment could be heard. Few had any idea that it had pro­gressed this far, this fast.

His con­clu­sion, “Not one ounce of con­crete for the Okla­homa Super Corridor!” drew cheers, whoops and a standing ova­tion for DeWeese a nation­ally known expert on sov­er­eignty and Private-Public Partnerships.

By con­trast, Dr. Jerome Corsi was applauded at least a dozen times, and received a standing ova­tion at his conclusion.

Sen­ator Randy Brogdan pledged to submit leg­is­la­tion to sum­marily with­draw Okla­homa from the Super Corridor’s main pro­moter, NASCO. More cheers and applause. “We don’t need a new super­highway four-football-fields-wide coming through the heart of our state just so Mex­ican trucks can carry Chi­nese con­tainers from Mex­ican ports to Kansas City,” he said.

Eager ears lis­tened to Rep­re­sen­ta­tive John Wright’s con­crete exam­ples on how cit­i­zens can be involved in the leg­isla­tive process.

Copies of Corsi’s new best-selling book, The Late Great USA, were pre­dictably gob­bled up and then cre­ated an enthu­si­astic traffic jam when he hung around after­ward for an auto­graph session.

Freedom and sov­er­eignty are not yet dead, at least in the hearts of these hardy souls.

Of such is the resis­tance against the glob­alist steamroller.

Cana­dian prime min­ister Stephen Harper is one of the Secu­rity and Pros­perity Partnership’s “Three Amigos” who are pledged to merge Canada, Mexico and the U.S. into one big happy North Amer­ican Com­mu­nity. He gave a sur­prising speech last Tuesday to the Council on For­eign Affairs in New York.

The Star (Canada) reports that Harper was “deeply con­cerned” that the polit­ical dis­course in the U.S. had been infected by “pop­ulism, pro­tec­tionism and nation­alism in an unhealthy sense.”

Eh, What? Did Harper have a pre­mo­ni­tion of the Tulsa rally?

Well, we hear you, Stephen. Do you hear us? You may be waiting a long, long time for your sup­pos­edly non-existent NAFTA Super Cor­ridor to show up at your Cana­dian border.

Alas! Tulsa. With the weekend behind and everyone safely back to where they belong, one has a lin­gering sense that some­thing his­toric has just taken place. Other states are already waiting for their chance to jump on board.

Also see; ‘NAFTA Super­highway stops here,’ says Okla. senator

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