Haven’t heard of CANAMEX? Clue: It’s not a can of chili

Educate yourself regarding this stealth governmental project

Investigative reporter Linda Bentley, writing for the Sonoran News, details disturbing events, moving furtively under the radar, in CANAMEX and Megapolitan Arizona’s Sun Corridor.

Gov. Janet Napolitano has left little doubt her push for statewide transportation, infrastructure and the CANAMEX Corridor defined by Congress in the 1995 National Highway Systems Designation Act as a High Priority Corridor in juxtaposition with NAFTA, is one of the “working groups” of President Bush’s Security and Prosperity Partnership formed in conjunction with the leaders of Mexico and Canada.

The entire article is available here. We urge you to read it.

Seeing Red AZ provided an overview of some of these issues in August 2007. The boldness of the scheme has amplified in the intervening period.

5 Responses to Haven’t heard of CANAMEX? Clue: It’s not a can of chili

  1. Thomas says:

    After reading this article, I did a Google search and found this article and video posted here last October.
    https://seeingredaz.wordpress.com/2007/10/11/mexico%e2%80%99s-former-president-confirms-plans-for-regional-currency/
    These words speak for themselves. Pretty damn scary. Don’t tell me I’m a reactionary after watching this!

  2. SherriAZ says:

    “The East Valley was challenged with its slowness to regional action, being the largest municipality weakened by finances, adapting to changing demographics and reluctant to embrace bilingual-bicultural communities. ”

    And thank goodness for our reluctance to embrace “biculturalism” which I only see as weakening AMERICAN culture which built the greatest country in the world. Why in heaven’s name would we want to embrace cultural norms like cock fighting, poor sanitation habits, youth pregnancies and lack of interest in education? Compare any Hispanic country to the U.S. and frankly, they shoudl be adopting OUR culture.

  3. Richard Wayne says:

    There is an initiative on the ballot to increase the sales tax by one percent for “transportation”. Anyone want to bet that this unheard of money grab for “transportation” will include the purchase of land and infrastructure of Canamex?

    The government has more than enough money to take care of the transportation needs of our state. The fact is, they waste it on things like the Trolley Folly. Overall, our traffic problems are nothing compared to like size cities, in spite of our high growth.

    It’s all part of the same plot, just like “kids care” is part of Hillary Care 1994 and All Day Kindergarten is part of the AEA agenda to increase the size and control of our kids through government propaganda. Be aware of the connecting ADOTS. It is not a pretty picture.

  4. L.Fitzhugh says:

    7-9-08
    A T.I.M.E. Coalition representative while appearing on KJZZ indicated that yes some of the 42 Billion dollar funding will build the CANAMEX. Chairman of CANAMEX is former AZ. Congressman J. Kolbe. Recently it was reported that he threatened to sue AZ. for not complying with a contract on CANAMEX. Two weeks ago Gov.Napalitano signed multiple agreements with the Sonoran Governor. We all need to know what those aggreements address? One is related to the exchange of Police information. Tucson is slated to become an Inland Port. That is why the huge private corporation that specializes in Passports and documents for Mexican Nationals recently moved to
    Tucson. The land exchange in Southern Arizona which resulted in the Federal Indictment of Congressman Renzi needs to be looked at with the CANAMEX in mind.
    Check out the Arizona Sonora Commission. It resides at 1700 W. Washington, in the
    Arizona State Capital. These trade organizations are being used to circumvent and by pass the American voters and ALL of our elected institutions and Representatives.
    Our United States Democratic Republic is being stolen. Wake up Arizona!

    States the length and breath of the CANAMEX corridor and the NASCO corridor suddenly are ALL having TRANSPORTATION CRISES. All of the state Transportation Agencies and Regional transportation organizations have been incoroporated into this plan. Many portions of the plan will use American taxpayer funding to construct privately controlled and fee for use transportation.

  5. Robert says:

    Linda Bentley
    good job, thank you!!
    Robert