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Published:January 23rd, 2012 15:35 EST
M-AID FUND Can Solve the American/Mexican Border Issue...

M-AID FUND Can Solve the American/Mexican Border Issue...

By Harvey Carroll, Jr.

Is there a problem with Drugs and Illegal Immigration from the Mexican Border?  YES; however, Diplomatic Relations between the United States and Mexico can turn these economic, and immigration issues into something constructive for both countries, if we try...

So, how can we provide jobs, opportunities that benefit America, keep immigrants out of the welfare system and out of jail, and improve worker skills, and bridge language issues?  My solution is M-AID FUND.

M-AID FUND could be a U.S./Mexico Joint Venture and a UN Development Project; whereby, worldwide capital market funds syndicated to develop vast growth projects.  M-AID FUND could increase Mexican labor opportunities, as well as spur economic development and investment opportunities to increase jobs in America...  

Large scale projects such as building ring and railroads around key cities spurs growth and economic development...  Perhaps build new Cities in joint venture near the border like "The Venus Project" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJfKXbvA5T8&feature=fvwrel and this more lengthy part 1  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqplP-E8Dvw&feature=related and part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Cu4qzDVjGQ. In addition they have a website http://www.thevenusproject.com/.

New ring and rail projects provide many new sites for land development of office, logistics/industrial, apartments, housing communities as well as retail shops.

I feel that we could develop a mass organized migrant worker/labor camp concept where thousands of Mexicans are allowed to enter the U.S. stay in "Mexican-American Infrastructure Development Funded United Nations Directorate (M-AID FUND) camps.  M-AID Camps that will help America develop infrastructure projects much like large scale Military/Corps of Engineer projects or the TVA post Depression days. 

While in the Army, I used to participate in mass mobilization of tens of thousands of troops, and the rail heading of hundreds of tanks across XXXXX in just a few short hours...  Once there the mission went into affect.  Some times that involved establishing temporary housing, and the building of roads, airfields, and so forth...

So, it is reasonable to use the same concept to successful develop mass infrastructure projects throughout America in and around key cities...  Here is the basic concept of more developed housing as the plan progresses.  Rail Road housing; not the WWII Cattle Cars filled with slave labor, but decent mobile housing that can be railed into areas and set up on rail spurs.  

This mobile housing can establish jobs for migrant workers.  Such mobile labor movement can add real value by developing American infrastructure projects to spurs growth and development.  These mobile work camps would supply reasonable wages in safe and secure surroundings and provide respect and pride in U.S./Mexico relations instead of disputes over border issues.

Before, people start thinking this is silly.  I remind you that the American Military and the U.N. has built mobile cities in Iraq and Afghanistan using Military forces, and contract labor to build infrastructure in those areas today...  So, why would it not work in America as well?  All while increasing America`s GDP, providing new Tax Base Jobs for Immigrant Workers and Americans alike and creating investment opportunities for World Wide Capital Markets...

I dubbed this concept the "Ring Road and Rail Revolution" which is a thought that I have been pushing for quite some time.  A revolution of ideas that focus on spurring large-scale economic development projects throughout America and solving the border dispute issue.  

This thought come to me a while back; however, the M-AID FUND came to me on Christmas Eve 2009; the birthday eve of a great carpenter and builder of some 2000 years ago.  I have been inspired to change the way we view immigration and the way our Defense and Diplomacy funds are to be used in the future, and call for those funds to be used in a more constructive, peaceful and prosperous way...