The Stage is Set for UN Gun Confiscations via Invasion into the US
by Henry Shivley
Railroads have always been a key factor in deciding the outcome of wars as they are the means through which the implements of war can be moved from one location to another in mass quantities using the smallest amount of energy. Foreign corporations now own and have control over much of the US railway system.
The Canadian National Railway is owned by the Canadian government and Canadian Pacific Railway is privately owned by Canadian international elitist investors. These two lines alone represent a system that cuts through the heartland of the United States.
The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway is a wholly owned subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, which is owned by Warren Buffet. In 1999, Burlington Northern Santa Fe and the Canadian National Railway announced their intention to merge and form a new corporation entitled North American Railways to be headquartered in Montreal, Canada. The United States’ Surface Transportation Board placed a 15-month moratorium on all rail mergers, which ended this merger.
However, The BNSF Railway directly owns and operates track in 27 U.S. states. The railway also operates a small amount of track in Canada, including an approximate 30-mile section that runs from the U.S.-Canada border to Vancouver, a yard in Winnipeg, and approximately 70 miles of joint track with the Canadian National Railway, which runs south to the U.S. border.
A special dispensation through the state governments has been given to the Canadian government to come in through the rail service and secure the railroad properties for themselves. The Canadian government railroad police now occupy and control militarily strategic railroad bridges and lines that run straight through the heartland of the United States from Minnesota and Michigan south to the Gulf of Mexico.