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    Get ready for a North American currency...thank the globalists

    [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hiPrsc9g98[/url]
    link is to a CNBC interview with the VP of the investment bank Jeffries

    Canada is up in arms about it. Texans are complaining. Everyone else in America has their heads up their asses. Why? Because the media, the politicians, and the corporations rented a motel room for themselves and left the hard-working Americans out to dry.

    The Amero is coming. The US, Canada, and Mexico will effectively be one and the same economy. Congress will no longer have any control over it's own economy and national government will soon be a thing of the past, left to debate useless issues like abortion and gay marraige while American wealth is sacrificed so the paper-chasers who ruined the dollar can have a new currency to run amok with.

    US Dollar purchasing power for those who aren't aware of the sickening confiscation of our wealth over the long-term thanks to the socialist welfare-warfare state which was incepted in 1913 with the Federal Reserve System and the income tax to pay interest to the guys who create money out of nothing and then charge us interest for it:

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    When the buck's in a swoon
    And it's gold to the moon,
    That's Amero...

    When the Euro is king
    And the dollar's nothing,
    That's Amero

    We get Mexican toil
    And Canadian oil,
    That's Amero

    And the Chinese can say
    RIP USA.
    That's Amero

    -Jim Sinclair
    Last edited by JetsCrazey; 07-05-2007 at 06:12 PM.

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    Geez, after the Euro worked out so well for the EU? :rolleyes:

    At least the Brits were smart enough to tell the EU to shove the euro.

    This amero garbage would be disastrous-to the US-if it ever happened.

    Sounds apocalyptic, but you never know.

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    [QUOTE=JetsCrazey][url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hiPrsc9g98[/url]
    link is to a CNBC interview with the VP of the investment bank Jeffries

    Canada is up in arms about it. Texans are complaining. Everyone else in America has their heads up their asses. Why? Because the media, the politicians, and the corporations rented a motel room for themselves and left the hard-working Americans out to dry.

    The Amero is coming. The US, Canada, and Mexico will effectively be one and the same economy. Congress will no longer have any control over it's own economy and national government will soon be a thing of the past, left to debate useless issues like abortion and gay marraige while American wealth is sacrificed so the paper-chasers who ruined the dollar can have a new currency to run amok with.

    US Dollar purchasing power for those who aren't aware of the sickening confiscation of our wealth over the long-term thanks to the socialist welfare-warfare state which was incepted in 1913 with the Federal Reserve System and the income tax to pay interest to the guys who create money out of nothing and then charge us interest for it:

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    Interesting....would you blame this more on "socialism," or would you blame it on the idea of trying to create a world-wide global economy/government/currency.

    By the way, I am not a Christian who puts much emphasis on prophecy, but the whole idea of world governments/currencies are eerily similar to what many prophecy fanatics preach!

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    will they want a merged "constitution" ala the EU? merged laws?

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    [QUOTE=canadasteve]Interesting....would you blame this more on "socialism," or would you blame it on the idea of trying to create a world-wide global economy/government/currency.[/QUOTE]

    It's a one-world global economy WITH socialism. Socialism is the modern-day feudalism. Socialism is more refined in nature, but both feudalism and socialism are natural opposites of liberty and self-government in concept.

    It is often thought that there is a “New World Order” conspiracy. In actuality, the New World Order, or “one-world government” is NOT a conspiracy. The real conspiracy was getting the power to issue and control the money of nations. After that, one-world government is simply academic; merely just an eventuality of the present central banking system. The UN, EU, NAFTA, and WTO are all precursors to this “one-world government.”

    The author H.G. Wells referred to this as “The Open Conspiracy,” because it is not planned by a lone group, but is a merging of interests as a byproduct of the systems put in place. The media, the corporations/banks, and the politicians form a 3-way symbiotic relationship. The "conspiracy" is actually just the fact that over the last sixty years this world has seen very gradual consolidation and it is a natural enemy of the US Constitution, which calls for governing from within and avoiding dependency on foreign nations. The Rockofellers believe they are facilitating this inevitable process with the CFR and Trilateral Commission. I guess you could call it an "ideological conspiracy".

    The process of one-world government is actually very self-evident. If you give profit-seeking international bankers the boundless power to create and issue money at a whim, then it will be only a matter of time before their control of capital usurps the nation’s ability to protect its capital.

    The economic systems that have been put in place to create the want for “World Government,” or international socialism, are inefficient and false in nature. Capital is sub-national. If a nation does not work to protect it, it will sink away like quicksand, taking the country’s riches along with it. As it stands, capital belongs to banks and corporations, not governments. Therefore, we Americans are ruled by the international banks which create and control that capital. It usurps any notion of self-government which the Constitution set out for.
    Last edited by JetsCrazey; 07-06-2007 at 03:39 PM.

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    [QUOTE=Tanginius]will they want a merged "constitution" ala the EU? merged laws?[/QUOTE]

    Didn't the southwestern part of the USA merge already?

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    [QUOTE=frostlich]Geez, after the Euro worked out so well for the EU? :rolleyes:

    At least the Brits were smart enough to tell the EU to shove the euro.

    This amero garbage would be disastrous-to the US-if it ever happened.

    Sounds apocalyptic, but you never know.[/QUOTE]



    is the Euro a failure or is it the cause for the loss of "US Dollar purchasing power"?

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