posted on Apr, 15 2008 @ 02:17 AM
Without being an advocate of the premise, I will attempt to explain it further. Watch the movie for a better understanding.
The business of changing currency is a profitable one for the people in charge of printing the currency. Firstly there is the associated production
costs and secondly, the money is loaned to the government/public, creating debt. Making more money incurs more national debt.
Currency is just like any other commodity, subject to the laws of supply and demand. The more currency there is in circulation, the lower the value of
the currency, and vica versa. Therefore, whoever controls the supply of currency also controls it's value. Thirdly, the value of a currency has a
direct impact on inflation and interest rates, which in turn have a direct effect on levels of debt. Ultimately, one can control the national level of
debt by controlling the supply of currency.
Assuming for a moment the above is accurate, creating 4 multi-national economies (Euro, Amero, Afro? Asio?) would essentially streamline the whole
process, with a side profit from printing the new currencies for these economies. It would also be the next logical step toward a single gobal economy
and central bank and make the final transition relatively smooth, would it not?