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Treasury leaks pictures of Amero

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posted on Sep, 30 2007 @ 10:08 PM
reply to post by Bursuc

Those are beautifully crafted, Bursuc. I imagine the artists work does not come cheap.

To others who still think these are real, the coins ARE NOT for legal, tender... they are for special occasions and collectors of commemorative coinage.

They're not real and Bursuc has proven who made them.

posted on Sep, 30 2007 @ 10:13 PM
Not cheap. Indeed. The highest end "Amero" on his site was $929.

I can think of so many better things to do with a thousand dollars. But more power to the artist. Too bad hucksters like the radio host in this thread are so dishonest as to use his work to frighten people.

posted on Sep, 30 2007 @ 10:16 PM
reply to post by DarkFlame

Apologies to DarkFlame, who also provided the clue to how these coins came to be an issue.

Here is a quote, provided by DarkFlame from Daniel Carr who MADE these coins;

I have received numerous inquiries as to my personal stand on the North American Union (NAU) issue. My goal with these coins is not to endorse a Union of North America or a common "Amero" currency. I fully support the United States Constitution, and I would not welcome (in any form) a diminishment of its provisions. I expect that these coins will help make more people aware of the issue and the possible ramifications. I leave it up to others to decide if they are in favor of, or against a North American Union. And I encourage citizens to voice their approval or disapproval of government plans that impact them.

Nice work, DarkFlame

posted on Sep, 30 2007 @ 10:45 PM

Originally posted by MajorMalfunction
reply to post by Copernicus

And you're an expert now?

The site of the person who makes them and says they're novelty coins has already been posted in this thread.

If you stick to this tack, nobody on the board is going to take you seriously in any post.

You never have anything to say in anyones post that is constructive, but instead resort to attempts of debunking when it is most obvious that there could be another angle. All conspiracies are conspiracies for that reason, and therefore, you need to learn to deny ignorance. I, for one, will never have to worry about reading your one-sided views of denial anymore because I've chosen to foe/ignore you.

This is not a personal attack in any way, but a very sharp point that you will stop short of name calling just to prove someone wrong. If this is something you have seen before, thats fine too. That doesnt mean you need to come here and try to debunk something that could have some credibility. In my personal opinion, though, the amero is most likely coming within the next 2 years. Canada doesnt want inflation, and we dont want our dollar to decrease in value vs their currency. As far as mexico is concerned, it would probably help them more than hurt them.



posted on Sep, 30 2007 @ 10:54 PM
reply to post by Knightshadowz

(I hope this does not sound rude, as I am really intrested)

Why do you believe that the "Amero" will be in place within the next two years? What proof/theories do you have behind this statement? I was looking for some signs earlier as to the possiblity for a hair of truth behind the idea of a unified currency but could not find any. If you can prove this or have any hard evidence for me please post it.

posted on Sep, 30 2007 @ 11:08 PM
Just one question. Where is the sombrero and hockey sticks?

posted on Oct, 1 2007 @ 02:10 AM
I'm unsure of the motive of why they would switch back to coinage other than the fact that it would drive people to get sick of carry "noisy" Money and then be easily switch into the IRD GPS MicroChip Implant Credit systems.

posted on Oct, 1 2007 @ 06:01 AM
Must be faked. You asking why? Cos there is no hidden Illuminate symbol on the coins.

posted on Oct, 1 2007 @ 08:45 AM
For everyone suggesting that these coins are fake...

go to the link provided in the first post... watch CNN coverage of the North American Union...

apparantly the treaty was signed in 2005... which would explain why the few who knew about it protested at the meeting between Bush and the prime minister of canada and the president of mexico.

You can search ATS for the thread, i dont feel like it, but the peaceful protesters were pepper sprayed.

so ignore the images of the coins, and go to the site he provided to check out those CNN clips...

something IS happening.

posted on Oct, 1 2007 @ 09:10 AM
It will be years and years before we see an "amero" in circulation.

The new redesigned $5.00 will be our new $1.00 bill since the dollar won't be worth much.

don't know if anyone has ever witness the destruction of a currency, but what usually happens is that first coins and lower denomination bills are removed from circulation and new larger denomination bills are printed to compensate for the devaluation of the currency..

posted on Oct, 1 2007 @ 10:17 AM
reply to post by Copernicus

OK, finally I've read your link

Sure it spells out that a couple government officials from all 3 countries have been working on it since 2005...

Big deal...

Think of how long it took the EU to be born from first thought to inception ?

You're not going to see a full fledged NAU & one currency by 2010...Ain't gonna happen in my book...

2015 ? The odds get a fair bit shorter, but there are so many international variables that could affect this it ain't funny...

I think that is what a lot of people who seem to think a NAU and one currency will be in place in three years tend to disregard...

Think of the world wide economy and landscape...

Such a move would affect every nation on the planet in one way or another, if you think the three nations involved will be able to implement same in the space of three years without input of the international community, I don't see it happening like that...

Think longer time frames with this one folks...


posted on Oct, 1 2007 @ 10:23 AM
reply to post by Rilence

So while its planned for 2010, you ignore that based on nothing, and say 2015 and say we have a longer time frame... ok, I guess thats one method to not worry about it...

I dont get why more people arent worried about the North American Union? Maybe you are not understanding what it means? I dont mean that in a offensive way, its just that it seems like you think things will go on as usual once its introduced.

[edit on 1-10-2007 by Copernicus]

posted on Oct, 1 2007 @ 02:20 PM
More reference to Hal Turner and his website?

Look even if this Amero design were real I'd hope someone more sensible than this flaming bigot had proof of it.

Doesn't matter anyway since this whole thing has been debunked but still, somehow Hal keeps reappearing here with the disclaimer: "Ignore what he saying everywhere else but look right here."

No thanks, whatever he's selling or desires (web hits?) I don't want to contribute to it.

posted on Oct, 1 2007 @ 03:46 PM
the amero ahahahahahahahaha, not anytime soon!!!!!!

those coins look like the play money you get with childrens toys ahahahahahaha

posted on Oct, 1 2007 @ 04:16 PM
reply to post by Odessy

The existence of the North American Union treaty, even signed, ratified and in full force does not mean that those coins are really representative of the hypothetical future common currency for the North American Union, and that is the base of this thread, the existence of those coins as proof of the impending replacement of all currencies of North American Union countries for the "Amero".

So, if you want to talk about the coins do not ignore them.

If you consider this talk about the coins irrelevant and/or superficial when compared with the creation of the North American Union then I suggest that you find or create a thread to discuss it, I really think that it is a much more interesting discussion that the one about this coins.

posted on Oct, 1 2007 @ 05:54 PM
Why is it debunker's always ignore certain questions. Again, I ask. Is it common to put that they will sell them "until such time as it is no longer legal to do so." What other "fantasy" coins have this disclaimer? I cant find any... why would it become illegal to sell a fantasy coin? Not that I buy this, just wanted any sort of answer because i cant find others that say that.

[edit on 1-10-2007 by shug7272]

posted on Oct, 1 2007 @ 06:40 PM
reply to post by shug7272

I don't know if that is common or not, I am not a fan of fantasy (or even real) coins, I do not even know if it is common to give names to those fantasy coins.

For the real reason you have to ask the guy who makes them, but I see some possibilities, the stronger of them being the use of the same or very similar name for any new currency.

If in any time in the future there will really be an official "Amero" then it is obvious that nobody can sell any other coins with the same or similar name.

posted on Oct, 1 2007 @ 06:48 PM
It looks to me like someone just looked at some old U.S. coins and put together this coin mockup. Look at U.S. coins from the 1800s and they look very much like this. From what I can see, all the symbols on it are American, I don't think Canada and Mexico would like that much if they're in on this.

IMO total hoax.

posted on Oct, 1 2007 @ 06:58 PM
reply to post by MajorMalfunction

Its not the next world currency, the first three pics were im sure done in 3dsmax or maya and the last two could have been custom made a number of ways. It would not be illegal to reproduce a coin like that because it has no value which would mean a commercial sculptor or w/e would not have a tough time doing this. If I am correct this will spread only throughout the internet because the man who paid for it definitely wants to see his work.

posted on Oct, 3 2007 @ 10:32 AM

Originally posted by Rilence
reply to post by Copernicus

Genuine ?

According to who ? According to him ? Yeah right !!! *LMAO* This guy have been falsified so many times it ain't even close to funny any more...

The guy may be false, but the New World Order Agenda is not. Bush's (Sr. that is) speech in 1990 detailed that "everything is in place" what does he mean by that? what is the "everything"? Money however is another horse....

The Bible speaks (Revelation) of a "cashless" society. (Why wait for cash?)In which no one will be able to survive without the "mark". I'll stop there...

Cash guarantees power, but what about power without the need for cash to ensure it? hmmm....

Bush has that covered too he stated that they (?) were working on it. Ralph Nader has seen it. We've all seen it. Now the explanation for it is another horse...

It has been stated that US National Security has been threatened. So to curtail that threat, some sort of ID is necessary. With this ID system, people will be able to buy, sell, work, etc. hmmm... SOUNDS FAMILIAR HUH?

There's no way a person can tell me that we not under false pretenses. It makes sense that we would laff and ridicule the OBVIOUS because it is just TOO SINISTER to comprehend.

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