Paul Joseph Watson
February 19th, 2008
Country music icon Willie Nelson said it would have been “one of the dumbest things” he could have ever done to accept an invitation from the state of Texas to have a toll road named after him.
“First of all I don’t like toll roads and I wouldn’t like for a guy to drive up on the Willie Nelson road and have to spend his last dollar getting from point A to point B and I didn’t want a toll road named after me – that’s ridiculous – I’d rather have an electric chair named after me,” Nelson told the Alex Jones Show yesterday.
Nelson said he initially thought about the proposal but immediately rejected it after he found out the true intention of the toll road, adding, “It didn’t seem right and still doesn’t seem right.”
Nelson’s fellow music star Jimmy Vaughan has been active in speaking out against the Trans Texas Corridor and the NAFTA Superhighway and he was one of the individuals who advised Willie to reject the proposal.
“I heard from Jimmy and I heard from some other folks who said that hey this is something you want to think about because it’s different from what they’re telling you and when I started finding out how different it was – today people are having to pay to drive on a road that was free for them yesterday and that didn’t seem right.”
US citizens will be forced to adopt a de-facto national identification card and have their freedom of mobility defined by behavioral fealty to the government under proposals set to derive from NAFTA superhighway toll road systems and the implementation of the North American Union.
Similar toll systems snaking their way from the southern and northern borders cutting through major American cities will force American citizens to submit to having RFID enabled identification cards which contain an ever-increasing array of information about their personal lives.
To even be allowed to use major roads and highways, US citizens will be subject to a criminal background check and the government will have the ability to pinpoint their particular RFID signal and remotely block it from central computer mainframes – effectively abolishing freedom of mobility in America.
Nelson said it was “one of the dumbest things I could have done” to have the toll road named after him.
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