Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Rick Perry - Globalist


That was no debate last night - that was the Perry Romney puppet show. (AKA Globalist's Gone Wild!) - What would they have said if they didn't have Ron Paul's talking points about the Fed - and Sound Money - and smaller government?

Ron Paul has been talking about these things for 30 years!

In any case, Rick Perry is a globalist - and tied to the UN's Agenda 21.
Public private partnerships (or P3s) are part and parcel of the United Nations’ Agenda 21. Two of the purposes of Agenda 21 are to abolish private property and restrict mobility and P3s act as the vehicle to do it. Perry made P3s a centerpiece of his transportation policy since he stepped in as governor.

It started with the Trans Texas Corridor, known at the federal level as high priority corridors, corridors of the future, or the NAFTA superhighways. Just in Texas, it was to be a 4,000 mile multi-modal network of toll roads, rail lines, power transmission lines, pipelines, telecommunications lines and more. It was going to be financed, operated, and controlled by a foreign company granted massive swaths of land 1,200 feet (4 football fields) wide taken forcibly through eminent domain.

Called the biggest land grab in Texas history, it was going to gobble up 580,000 acres of private Texas land (the first corridor alone was to displace 1 million Texans) and hand it over to well-connected global players using P3s, who would gain exclusive rights to determine the route and what hotels, restaurants, and gas stations were along the corridor in a government-sanctioned monopoly for a half century. It was the worst case of eminent domain for private gain ever conceived.

The corporate news "presstitutes" sure are trying their best to shove Romney and Perry down our throats by giving them so much airtime. They are of course the pick of the global elites.

So in the end we may very well have a "choice" (not really) between Obama and yet another globalist stooge.... unless of course people wake up and choose someone like Ron Paul (notice they didn't ask him a question about the Federal Reserve)

Democrat... Republican...it doesn't really matter... globalists are globalists and what we are being fed are people who will inevitably continue to erode our sovereignty and our rights and make it so that we have no choice but to join a New World Order.

What a shame for this great nation.

1 comment:

Stephen Mendelsohn said...

BS"D

The HPV issue hurt Perry in the debate more than anything else. Why did he act so arrogantly on behalf of Merck? He may now regret it, now that he is running for President and cannot defend a highly unpopular mandate. But it does not take a conspiracy theorist to ask the hard questions, which at least three of is rivals have done.