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Introducing The Amero
01-30-2007, 02:46 PM,
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Introducing The Amero
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FOCMxMA_48&eurl=
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01-30-2007, 02:50 PM,
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Become informed:

Quote:Amero Currency: One Union Under God? With Liberty?

This site is intended to make United States citizens aware of
the advancement of the agenda to launch the nations of North
America, including the U.S., into a continental union similar to
the European Union.

Please note, AmeroCurrency.com nor its contributors endorse
the North American Security and Prosperity Partnership, a
consolidated North American currency or dissolution of U.S.
Sovereignty.

No doubt, you are looking at this page seeking information
about SPP, the Amero and the likelihood of a North American
union. READ the information on this site and you will learn
what is already happening and what is on the horizon.

If you want to prevent a North American union and
consolidated currency, this resource will help you understand
how: AWARENESS.

It is recommended you begin with the "Mission Statement"
page or merely continue below.

More here:
http://amerocurrency.com/index.html
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01-30-2007, 02:51 PM,
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http://www.canadafreepress.com/2006/cover121406.htm

North American Union
Debut of the 'amero'
Pope John Paul II, Euro

By Judi McLeod

Thursday, December 14, 2006

The People's Republic of China, long lauded by America's enemies as the world's next economic power, will be the country that will force the creation of the `North American Union' (NAU).

Kofi Annan's former pointman, Canadian Maurice Strong, has been boasting from Chinese soil that China soon would be replacing America as economic king, using the jingo that's the official language at Turtle Bay.

The billions of dollars China has invested in the flagging American economy will be worthless. They will have to negotiate the exchange rate to the new amero. This will then force the creation of the North American Union.

The cloak of the NAU, fashioned in secrecy, will be thrown over an unsuspecting public, erasing the borders of three countries. Mexico, which already has legions of its citizens living and working inside America, is, in effect already inside the NAU. Their governments will inform the American and Canadian people that there is no option but the bread line.

Unfortunately, the plan, which has been in place for some time, now, has been all but ignored by the mainstream media.

One of the signs that the NAU is on its way is the collapse of the American greenback dollar paving the way for the debut of the 'amero'.

“Two analysts who have reconstructed money supply data after the Fed stopped publishing it argue a coming dollar collapse will set the stage for creating the amero as a North American currency to replace the dollar,” (WorldNetDaily, Dec. 13, 2006).

The euro followed the same blueprint of stealth and surprise. It was already issued as replacement currency before the masses could coalesce to fight it.

Who ever would have dreamed that the euro of a secular bureaucracy one day would be accepted for use at the Vatican? Pope John Paul II, who repeatedly condemned the “moral drift” of secular Brussels, sanctioned an official Euro for the Vatican.

In appearance, the Vatican coin looks very much like other Euro coins. But on the flip side of the coin, the image of Pope John Paul II faces left.

“By permitting his image on this new coin, John Paul II has given another symbolic and powerful stimulus to the European Union, which with the issuance of the Euro, is taking an important step towards the Universal Republic,” said Atila Sinke Guimarnes in Daily Catholic.

Was it all that long ago when people said the formation of the European Union was impossible? Today, the EU European holds 27 nations under its authority with other countries lined up for membership.

In the US, experts are now predicting that the collapse of the dollar is imminent.

“People in the U.S. are going to be hit hard,” says Bob Chapman publisher of The International Forecaster newsletter. “In the severe recession we are entering now, Bush will argue that we have to form a North American Union to compete with the Euro.”

“Creating the amero,” Chapman explained, “will be presented to the American public as the administration's solution for dollar recovery. In the process of creating the amero, the Bush administration just abandons the dollar.”

While the amero is being groomed to enter stage left, another phenomenon has been gathering steam outside of media headlines.

The North American Union, which got its start in secrecy, has been pulled out of the closet by a grass-roots effort, that will force it onto the agenda when Nancy Pelosi and Company open the 100th congress next month.

Pressed on by Conservative Caucus Chairman Howard Phillips; WND columnist and author Jerome Corsi; activist and American icon Phyllis Schlafly, leaders of the 50-member strong coalition are poised to halt any effort by the U.S. to enter into a North American Union with Mexico and Canada.

Members of Schlafly's Eagle Forum have been in training for the past two months to lobby on Capitol Hill when Congress convenes.

The resolution—sponsored by Republican Reps. Virgil Goode Jr. of Virginia, Tom Tancredo of Colorado, Walter Jones of North Carolina, and Ron Paul of Texas—expresses “the sense of Congress that the United States should not engage in the construction of a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Superhighway System or enter into a North American Union (NAU) with Mexico or Canada.”

It's no idle boast when Phillips says, “this could be the most important project on which we've ever worked.”

Armed with the Internet release of about 1,000 documents, obtained in a Freedom of Information Act request to the Security ad Prosperity Partnership of North America, the coalition has the potential to embarrass the governments of all three countries.

According to Corsi, “the documents show the White House is engaging in collaborative relations with Mexico and Canada—outside the U.S. Constitution.

Very little about the NAU has been covered by the Canadian media.

The documents can be viewed here, on a special website set up by the Minuteman Project.

The stage has been carefully set and only intervention will stop North America from taking the same stealth route that Europe took in creating the European Union and its legal tender the Euro.
Articles on The North American Union
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01-30-2007, 06:26 PM,
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http://stopspp.com/stopspp/


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01-30-2007, 06:32 PM, (This post was last modified: 01-30-2007, 06:33 PM by Henry.)
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Here's an article about it that reminds me of the obvious, which is that Ameros will be no different than the Federal Reserve Notes which also isn't America's money to begin with. In essence, an Amero would function mostly on the level of psy-op.

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"In the final analysis, no one should be worried about our money being replaced with the Amero, because (A) the coin money of the Constitution as already been replaced and we have been using their irredeemable debt-based money for a long, long time. We are using exactly the money that the bankers, not the founding fathers, would have us use. The move from the above shown coin money of the Constitution, to that of the Federal Reserve System was unimaginably VAST in terms of its legal, financial, and sovereignty implications. And (B)we are not really being threatened with a second replacement, but only a cosmetic alteration to make it psychologically acceptable to this so-called "Union.""

http://www.gold-eagle.com/editorials_05/kirby062806.html
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01-31-2007, 12:26 AM, (This post was last modified: 01-31-2007, 12:27 AM by bando.)
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So, does entering into the NAU throw the constitution out the back door?(As if if its not being done already.) :cry:
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01-31-2007, 01:10 AM,
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Quote:So, does entering into the NAU throw the constitution out the back door?(As if if its not being done already.) :cry:

It is definitely going to eventually subvert our sovereignty. They're making treaties without Congressional approval. Their just simply doing it hell or high-water!

Here is an article that touches upon your question:

http://www.canadafreepress.com/2006/caruba082106.htm

U.S. Constitution, North American Union
Sabotaging U.S. Sovereignty
By Alan Caruba

Monday, August 21, 2006

The problem with the Bush administration is that not enough of its officials have read the U.S. Constitution. Take, for example, Section 2 of Article 2. When dealing with foreign nations, it says that the President "shall have the power, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to make treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur…."

So, why is President Bush and his administration seeking to establish a North American Union that would, in effect, abolish the borders between Canada, Mexico, and the United States of America?

Moreover, it would involve our government in so many common regulatory mandates with these two nations as to render the sovereignty of the United States a memory of what national self-governance is supposed to be.

The name of this effort is called the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) and, guess what, it has not been submitted to the Senate for its oversight or concurrence because, by some magic of governmental definition, it is not a treaty. Instead, its administration is buried in the bowels of the Commerce Department.

It does have, however, the blessing of the political and corporate elites of all three nations. A visit to the SPP Internet website (http://www.spp.gov) says it "was launched in March of 2005 as a trilateral effort to increase security and enhance prosperity among the United States, Canada and Mexico through greater cooperation and information sharing."

It is an attack on American sovereignty. In the smoothest and most soothing writing you will find anywhere, the website spells out the wonders of SPP. They include the North American Competitiveness Council, the North American Energy Security Initiative, the North American Emergency Management plan, and plans for "smart, secure borders." And right now there are "working groups" whose purpose is to "improve productivity, reduce the costs of trade, and enhance the quality of life."

And if you like snake oil, permit SPP to sell it to you by the barrel, but the boxcar, and by the tanker.

The SPP didn’t start out as an idea the presidents of the three nations started kicking around on March 23, 2005 in Waco, Texas, but it became the official policy of the United States at a special summit convened by President Bush and joined by then Mexican President Vicente Fox and Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin.

Like so many really bad foreign policy concepts, SPP owes its origins to the Council on Foreign Relations; in this case, CFR’s Task Force on North America. Its report, "Building a North American Community" envisions the elimination of U.S. borders in just five years. Like termites eating away at the sovereignty of the United States of America, this grandiose scheme is a major threat to American security and prosperity.

The Marxist majordomo of this task force is Professor Robert Pastor who told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee "The best way to secure the United States today is not at our two borders with Mexico and Canada but at the borders of North America as a whole." Oh, yeah????

This surely explains why Mexico is doing such a great job of stopping the drug smugglers or the one million Mexicans who each year consider the U.S. border a mere fiction in their pursuit of jobs President Bush keeps telling us Americans won’t take. This is pure bunk and dangerous bunk at that.

I have many Canadian friends, but it seems to me Canada took too long to discover it had some fanatical Muslims in its midst who were plotting terrible things. Frankly, I want us to cooperate against a common enemy, but I do not want to place the responsibility for America’s security in anyone’s hands, but our own.

A North American Union promises not only security, says SPP, but prosperity too. Without SPP, however, the three nations already do more than $800 billion in trilateral trade.

Surely the U.S. needs Mexico’s help to improve our economy? As the economist, Robert J. Samuelson, noted in a June column, "The subtext for the United States immigration debate is Mexico. Why doesn’t its economy grow faster, creating more jobs and higher living standards?" The answer to that has something to do with the endemic corruption that infests all levels of Mexico’s governmental and business sectors. Something is very wrong when Mexico’s economy must literally depend on the billions its illegal aliens send home from the U.S.

In 2002, the then-Mexican Foreign Minister Jorge Castanega explained to the local press that destroying the border involved "the metaphor of Gulliver, of ensnarling the giant. Tying it up, with nails, with thread, with 20,000 nets that bog it down: these nets being norms, principles, resolutions, agreements, and bilateral, regional and international covenants."

Bush43 is carrying out Bush41’s daft and dangerous "new world order" and his indifference to America’s illegal immigration crisis is symptomatic of the SPP objectives.

On June 15, U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez, Mexican Economy Minister Sergio Garcia de Alba, and Canadian Minister of Industry Maxime Bernier joined North American business leaders to launch the North American Competitiveness Council. The objective is the promotion of "regional competitiveness in the global community."

As if the floundering economies of the member nations of the European Union were not warning enough, it is proposed that the United States enter into a similar union.

A lot of corporations with global interests like this idea. Among those sponsoring the North American Union are FedEx Corporation, Mittal Steel USA, General Motors Corporation, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Campbell’s Soup Company, Gillette Inc., Merck & Company, and Wal-Mart Stores.

Since the United States is already a signatory to NAFTA and CAFTA, why is SPP necessary? Just how many treaties, agreements and protocols are necessary to promote trade and economic growth?

Just how many nets and norms, traps and snares, will ultimately undermine U.S. prosperity, drive down the wages of America’s middle class, and improve the ability of the Mexican drug cartels to deliver their goods?

Like termites eating away at the sovereignty of the United States of America, this grandiose scheme, hatched in some darkened cavern of the Council on Foreign Affairs, is a major threat to American security and prosperity.

It was been introduced by fiat, by executive action, by a "summit" of the three nation’s leaders, and the time is long overdue for the Senate to demand to exercise its Constitutional responsibility and right to determine if it wishes to give its consent to yet another "entangling alliance."
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01-31-2007, 01:18 AM,
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One more regarding the destruction of our sovereignty and Constitution, in other words: TREASON.

It's a long one, but very informative. A good read for those who want really want to learn how it came about, and to what detriment.

Treason Abounds

http://www.stopthenorthamericanunion.com/TreasonAbounds.html
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02-02-2007, 10:08 AM,
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Viva la revolution..times almost here...
The first step to revolution is consciousness,
So I wont stop screaming at you until this all make sense.
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02-02-2007, 03:34 PM,
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Any info on when the Amero is supposed to be implemented into the public?
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02-04-2007, 01:43 PM,
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I think its by 2010*Thats whats the CFR says*
The first step to revolution is consciousness,
So I wont stop screaming at you until this all make sense.
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02-10-2007, 04:24 PM,
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Quote:I think its by 2010*Thats whats the CFR says*
What a coincidence. That's the same year that the GCC oil producing countries are supposed to introduce their own currency!?
See: http://www.bitsofnews.com/content/view/4514/2/
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02-14-2007, 08:49 AM,
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Should read: Introducing the assamero. I opt for Michael Jackson and his chimp on the dollar bill.

Frightening bullshit and it's in the works. No one, except for Lou Dobbs, talks about it. Rest assured,
awaiting in the wings CFR-member and resident gatekeeper Kitty Pilgrim listens attentively.

The media blitz hasn't begun yet, can't wait.

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04-01-2007, 05:45 PM,
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Yeah heard about this, posted before here most likely.

If BMW will take USD, thats all America should care about.
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04-02-2007, 12:11 AM, (This post was last modified: 04-02-2007, 12:32 AM by Moriani.)
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Quote:So, does entering into the NAU throw the constitution out the back door?(As if if its not being done already.) :cry:

It is definitely going to eventually subvert our sovereignty. They're making treaties without Congressional approval. Their just simply doing it hell or high-water!

How wrong you all are.

Fully two-thirds (67%) of all Americans gave their consent for this.

The proof is irrefutable because of the undisputed fact that the US Senate ratifed the North American Free Trade Agreement, an international treay.

The terms of that legally binding international agreement provided for the creation of the SPP and gave it all the authority and power it needs to do whatever in the hell in wants to do whenever it so feels like it.

There is absolutely positively no difference whatsoever between NAFTA and the UN Charter, where 67% of Americans told their senators to ratify the UN Charter and create a special organ, the UN Security Council, which can issue binding orders and directives without the need for the US Senate to ratify them.

Pursuant to the US Constitution, there is only one person on the planet who can rescind/revoke/annul an international agreement/treaty/convention, and that is a US president.

The US Supreme Court has no authority whatsover, and neither does the US Senate.

As I have explained before, should an issue related to the Military Commissions Act of 2006 come before the US Supreme Court, the Court cannot enforce those parts of the Act that are contrary to or in conflict with the 3rd and 4th Geneva Conventions, the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Punishment, or the International Convention on Civil and Political Rights.

In order for the Court to enforce those provisions that conflict, the Court must assume that the US Congress intended to abrogate an international treaty. That cannot be since the US Congress has no authority or power whatsoever to abrogate an international treaty. Therefore, the Court must strike the Act or strike those provisions in the Act that conflict with international treaties.

If you don't want NAFTA, then you'd better get out there and start spending every waking moment of your life for the next 19 months going door-to-door talking to people and convincing them to vote for Dennis Kucinich, since he is the only candidate who is on record (and has been since NAFTA existed) as stating that his first act as president will be to withdraw the US from NAFTA (and the WTO as well).

Quote:So, why is President Bush and his administration seeking to establish a North American Union that would, in effect, abolish the borders between Canada, Mexico, and the United States of America?

Carbala goes on the Dumb Jackass List, Special Stupid Persons Section.

It was Clinton who gave you NAFTA, not Bush. Bush is just following through with all the wonderful work Billary did.

Quote:Moreover, it would involve our government in so many common regulatory mandates with these two nations as to render the sovereignty of the United States a memory of what national self-governance is supposed to be.

That isn't entirely true. You need only look at the EU.

Quote:The name of this effort is called the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) and, guess what, it has not been submitted to the Senate for its oversight or concurrence because, by some magic of governmental definition, it is not a treaty. Instead, its administration is buried in the bowels of the Commerce Department.

Wrong. The SPP was created by NAFTA and given all the power it needs.

Quote:It is an attack on American sovereignty.

I don't see any evidence of that. Sovereignity is the exercise of control. I see nothing in the text of NAFTA that would have Americans who have been arrested for crimes tried in courts in Canada or Mexico or imprisoned in Canada or Mexico. I see nothing that says people will have to pay income taxes or sales taxes to the US and to Canada or Mexico.

Quote:A North American Union promises not only security, says SPP, but prosperity too. Without SPP, however, the three nations already do more than $800 billion in trilateral trade.

Sort of. It isn't the NAU that promises security and prosperity, it is the "Amero."

Quote:Surely the U.S. needs Mexico’s help to improve our economy? As the economist, Robert J. Samuelson, noted in a June column, "The subtext for the United States immigration debate is Mexico. Why doesn’t its economy grow faster, creating more jobs and higher living standards?" The answer to that has something to do with the endemic corruption that infests all levels of Mexico’s governmental and business sectors. Something is very wrong when Mexico’s economy must literally depend on the billions its illegal aliens send home from the U.S.

Kudos to Robert Samuelson.




Quote:Since the United States is already a signatory to NAFTA and CAFTA, why is SPP necessary? Just how many treaties, agreements and protocols are necessary to promote trade and economic growth?

None. What's necessary is a stable currency that has a real function/purpose. See "Amero."

Quote:It was been introduced by fiat, by executive action, by a "summit" of the three nation’s leaders, and the time is long overdue for the Senate to demand to exercise its Constitutional responsibility and right to determine if it wishes to give its consent to yet another "entangling alliance."

Are you crazy? You can't just dump stuff on the masses. You don't just say "hey y'all, here's NAFTA, here's your Ameros, here's your NAU passport, here's your NAU driver's license, here's your NAU ID Card, here's our NAU tax forms, here's your NAU ration card, etc." You have to spoon-feed them. You give them small doses of capitalism a little bit at a time. You get NAFTA rammed through the let the people digest it, take away some of their freedoms and let them digest that and get used to it then take away a few more here and there, then continue on like that.
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