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Introducing The Amero
04-02-2007, 12:38 AM,
Introducing The Amero
Quote:Any info on when the Amero is supposed to be implemented into the public?

No, except to say no earlier than August 2008. The best thing I could suggest to you is to check the federal register periodically or check every 3 to 6 months. You're looking for contracts from the US Treasury Department or the US Mint for things like artists, inks and paper. I think it was maybe 1995 or 1996 that FEMA contracted to have ration cards printed. Those are all sitting in a warehouse somewhere. Fuel/oil and water are on separate ration cards from the coffee, tea, sugar, milk etc ration cards.

You can also look for bid solicitations for advertising agencies who will be contracted to herald the introduction of the new currency.

The US spends millions of dollars in foreign countries to announce design changes and to convince people that the USD is still a good thing even with the design changes. Change the style of a currency and people don't want it. I know it sounds funny, but I've witnessed it first hand in many a country.
04-02-2007, 12:53 AM,
Introducing The Amero
Quote:Yeah heard about this, posted before here most likely.

If BMW will take USD, thats all America should care about.

There's more to it than that. The function of a currency is to spread wealth. When a currency stops spreading wealth and/or wealth is concentrated in the hands of only a few, the currency has ceased to function and must be disposed of.

That's why people are abandoning the USD. It was a slow go at first, but now people are running to the Euro.

People in other countries, like Romania for example did okay with the USD. Your average Romanian made about $300 - $400 a month. Then communism ended and after 12 years, Romanians were making $80 - $100 a month. They went backwards, not forwards, and that was happening everywhere. People are saying "Are we better off now than we were 20 or 30 years ago?" Clearly the answer is not "no" but "hell no."

Since switching to the Euro, people are doing better, like the Romanians who now make the equivalent of $400 a month. And again, it isn't just Romanians, it's everyone.

The value of the USD is based on Supply & Demand and demanding has been dropping.

When the Amero is introduced, nothing will change. If people think that the Amero is suddenly going to have a value greater than or on a par with the Euro they're in for a rude suprise.
04-10-2007, 01:11 AM,
Introducing The Amero
this shit makes my stomach feel ill.
04-10-2007, 04:01 AM,
Introducing The Amero
current rate of inflation around 11% annual in the us. the latest inaction by fed reserve to halt this ties in with a currency re issue. it has been done with redesign of us bills already, the colored monopoly tens and twentys. this will set the stage for the three nation common currency. by 2010, the loser big time would be canada, their currency is stable, and gaining par with usd daily. the timber and minerals there are what the machine is after. use cheap peasant labor from mexico and it is a win win for resource extraction industries, coal,iron,asbestos,timber. as not much is manufactured in us as compared to the past, the selling of natural resources will become easier and more profitable for those involved. the currency collapse will occur over 20 or so years, to make it less obvious/painful to citizens of the three nations. china will then be able to get value from the treasury notes it now holds. ie trade them for resources of north/south america. all these plans are fine and dandy,except the power brokers did not consult with the citizens prior to the arrangements being made. as it lowers the value of your paper dollars, a case could be presented that the authors of this plan are guilty of theft and conspiracy. any thoughts?

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