As seems to be the bint of those who want to destroy our sovereignty, when a nefarious plan is exposed and becomes too widely criticized, they back up and assess the situation and go for the same end in a slightly different way with a slightly different name. More will be forthcoming on that in regard to the NAIS, not NAIS ADT. But this about that Super Highway to be controlled by a Spanish interest. Here’s an excerpt from a World Net Daily article explaining what’s happening now:
“Chris Lippincot, the former TxDOT information officer who is currently acting as the new public relations man for Cintra in the United States, also announced TxDOT signed a contract in September with Cintra to build a privatized State Highway 130 toll road in San Antonio.
Perry may never have abandoned his original idea to build what during the presidential administration of George W. Bush was known as the Trans-Texas Corridor project, a 4,000-mile network of privately built and operated toll roads to crisscross the state, with Spanish development company Cintra scheduled to earn the tolls under 50-year leases.
In 2009, Perry scrapped the TTC plan after a series of combative town hall meetings throughout the state showed TxDOT it faced massive taxpayer resistance.
But now, the plan apparently is being implemented in small chunks, without the fanfare of divulging a statewide blueprint Perry and TxDOT may still have tucked away in their back pockets….”