Mexican customs moving to Kansas City

This is not a joke.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006
Mexican customs to be stationed in Kansas City
New ‘inland port’ in heartland part of international plan that bypasses unions

A Mexican customs office is being built in the U.S. heartland as part of a newly designed “inland port” facility that links with a Mexican seaport, an official in Kansas City confirms.

Tasha Hammes of the Kansas City Area Development Council wrote to author and WND columnist Jerome Corsi to correct some details of a column on the subject, but she affirmed that a key purpose of the Kansas City Inland Port, or SmartPort, will be to facilitate the movement of containers from the Far East through the Mexican port at Lazaro Cardenas rather than the West Coast ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.

Corsi also had written that Kansas City Southern had acquired Mexican railroads to create a “NAFTA Railroad” that would link Lazaro Cardenas to the U.S. for container transport.

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