I’ve long thought it would take a financial catastrophe - as we’re seeing now - to convince American’s the Amero is the way to go. Or at least
BS the people into thinking so.
I know this all *fits* (somehow) but I’m just not an economist.
That doesn’t mean I can’t read the writing on the wall and add 2 and 2.
So, I hope what happens with this thread is you who have a better understanding of the *big picture* - those of you who are in *the know* much better
than I - any Economists out there - will either rip my post apart and make more sense of it -
OR - put the little crumbs I’ve gathered here into making a better pie.
America - Meet the Amero!
No way to introduce the Amero - without fear, without Fascism
Well, we’ve got both in spades.
Next step, cement the roots of fascism so deep there’s no pulling them out - how?
Impoverishing the people financially.
Then offering a way out.
The problems faced with convincing the populace to go to the Amero willingly?
Canada and Mexico being on unequal terms financial than the USA.
No way to convince people of that.
(snip) ...However, Canada, the USA and Mexico are hardly the same economically. For a world super-power like the USA to consider diluting
its economy with that of Canada and a ‘third world’ nation like Mexico, rife with corruption, seems at first ill-conceived. Unless, of course,
the ultimate goal is to create “corporatism” – the merger of big business with big government (and something Mussolini referred to as the
foundation of fascism).
“Corporatism – the merger of big business with big government”
What we’re witnessing right now with the Big "Bail Out."
In effect ---> *diluting* the economy, thus making the Amero a comfortable and even appealing transition.
But, will *American* be willing to give up American’s Sovereignty?
U.S. sovereignty is, perhaps, our most precious facet, as defined in our Declaration of
Independence and Constitution. Our sovereignty is part of the formula that makes our Republic the most
unique political and cultural experiment in the history of civilization.
Mr Grubel says here
"Most fundamentally however, Mr. Grubel makes the sensible observation that "sovereignty is not
infinitely valuable." (snip) The merit of giving up some aspects of sovereignty should be determined by the gains brought by such a sacrifice. Every
nation in the world, even the mighty United States, has traded off
elements of sovereignty to multi-national associations such as the WTO, NAFTA, and the United
“The merit of giving up some aspects of sovereignty should be determined by the gains brought by such a sacrifice”
America's getting good at that.
Very good at just rolling over for the *fix* offered by the government - after the government spawns not only the threat but the problem and then the
solution they wanted you to swallow from the get go.
Just look at how America’s already allowed the Constitution and Bill of Rights to be completely trashed. (I say completely because when you change
one word, even one word, they're forever trashed. No gray zone there).
Mr. Grubel asks us, to ask - "What would we gain?"
Bush answers that later - for now let me continue to set the table.
Ok so we’ve got fascism.
We’ve a situation now where big business is merging with big government and a bill being passed which protects it from even being reviewed - the tax
payers flipping the whole 700billion dollar bill.
Now we’ve got a crisis like none other before - the financial ruin of the USA - and the forced end to Sovereignty - to *Gain* by the sacrifice.
The boogeyman to help things right along?
China, who (from what I understand) *owns* America financially, (or could if they dumped dollars) now are calling for a " financial order no
longer dependent on the United States”?
BEIJING (Reuters) - Threatened by a "financial tsunami," the world must consider building a financial order no longer dependent on the
United States, a leading Chinese state newspaper said on Wednesday.
To top it all off each day brings a new threat of some horrible Terror - MSM throws it in out face djustifies the sacrifice of Sovereignty to justify
To that end, the Task Force proposes the creation by 2010 of a North American community to enhance security, prosperity, and
opportunity. We propose a community based on the principle affirmed in the March 2005 Joint Statement of the three leaders that "our security and
prosperity are mutually dependent and complementary." Its boundaries will be defined by a common external tariff and an outer security perimeter
within which the movement of people, products, and capital will be legal, orderly and safe. Its goal will be to guarantee a free, secure, just,
and prosperous North America.
Say Hello to my little friend The Amero.
And say another hello to the biggest step yet into the pile a **** The New World Order.
Am looking forward to your opinions.
Thanks for reading.
... taps ...
Mod Edit: Thread title spelling. (at OP's request)
[edit on 23/9/2008 by Badge01]