North American Open Skies Agreement

14 06 2007

Cross posted from    Bear Creek Ledger

Looks like there is a slow chipping away at any of sign of a US border whether it be by land, air or sea.  Dr. Jerome Corsi is reporting on a meeting called the North American Transportation Trilateral which occurred in Tuscon.

You could be flying Aeromexico or Air Canada from NYC to LA soon.  I wonder who will be sued or who will have to pay when the first Aeromexico flight crashes due to maintenance issues.  Personally, I wouldn’t be a taker on the Aeromexico airlines.  Sorry, but there is too much graft and corruption in Mexico for me to trust any transportation industry coming out of that country.

The transportation secretary is Mary Peters – she’s the same person arranging for Mexican truckers to have the ability to smuggle drugs into the interior of the US and Canada via a legitimate source.  I guess in a way, that’s good.  At least it will make it safer for our Border Patrol agents and all those illegal aliens crossing the border since the drug cartels can just smuggle the drugs into the country in Mexican trucks or jets instead of fighting their way across the border.  Most of the main Mexican trucking companies are now owned by the drug cartels anyway.  Guess they’ll now be buying all the Mexican airlines too.

h/t Immigration Watchdog

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