Saturday, August 25, 2007

China to install sensors along NAFTA highway
--Documents reveal NASCO plan to militarize I-35

Radio sensing stations to track traffic and cargo up and down the I-35 NAFTA Superhighway corridor are being installed by China, operating through a port operator subsidiary of Hutchison Whampoa, in conjunction with Lockheed Martin and the North America's SuperCorridor Coalition, Inc. The idea is that RFID chips placed in containers where manufactured goods are shipped from China will be able to be tracked to the Mexican ports on the Pacific where the containers are unloaded onto Mexican trucks and trains for transportation on the I-35 NAFTA Superhighway to destinations within the United States.

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