George W. Bush's pick for Transportation Secretary represents a major conflict-of-interest
designed to spur the construction of the Trans-Texas Corridor -- a project in
which Bush and his cronies are heavily invested. Last week, Bush nominated Mary
Peters to replace Norman Mineta as Secretary of Transportation. Unlike Mineta,
a former congressman who then became a Vice President fo the aerospace defense
giant Lockheed Martin, Peters comes out of the surface transportation industry.
She is a vice president for the engineering firm HDR and co-vice chairman of the
National Surface Transportation Policy and Revenue Study Commission. From 2001
to 2005, Peters was the head of the Federal Highway Administration. Peters is
also a former head of the Arizona Department of Transportation. Peters worked
in the administration of disgraced GOP Governor Fife Symington, who was convicted
of bank fraud and resigned from office. (Symington was later pardoned by his college
friend, President Bill Clinton).
Peters' commitment to major "infrastructure development" of the nation's
highways centers on the development of the North American SuperCorridor (NASCO)
highway, of which the Tran-Texas Corridor will be a major component. Already,
Bush crime syndicate cronies, including interests tied to Texas Governor Rick
Perry, are purchasing property along the proposed Texas highway route at cut-rate
prices, using "eminent domain" statutes to pay less than what private
and commercial property is worth. The money for the massive land grab is coming
from Saudi and Chinese sources, according to knowledgeable sources in Texas.
The NASCO highway will cross 11 states: Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa,
South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana and Illinois. It will
also connect proposed Mexican super ports in Manzanillo, Mazatlan, and Lazaro
Cardenas to various United States trucking and distribution super-hubs in San
Antonio, Dallas, Kansas City, as well as one in Winnipeg in Canada. The Mexican
ports will be receiving points for manufactured products from China. The theft
of the Mexican presidency by conservative Felipe Calderon at the expense of
populist leader Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador was engineered to protect the sizeable
investments the Bush crime cartel, including The Carlyle Group, and their Saudi
and Chinese financiers have already sunk into the project.
New Transportation Secretary Mary Peters to ensure Bush crime family super-highway projects proceed unimpeded.
Eventually, NASCO will be expanded as far south as Argentina by linking North
America to Central America (Mexico-Central American Corridor and an improved Pan
American Highway). The expensive tolls charged throughout the 10-lane super-highway
system will be used to line the pockets of the Bush family well into the middle
of the 21st century. Peters, as a highway and trucking industry shill, has been
entrusted by the Bush crime cartel to ensure that the plans for NASCO and the
Pan American Super Corridor proceed unimpeded. It is estimated that as many as
1 million Texans alone, many in rural and poor urban areas, could be displaced
by the Trans-Texas Corridor.
Mary Peters at Transportation: Major responsibility is to ensure roadblocks to North American SuperCorridor are eliminated.
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