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Originally posted by cnm1976
reply to post by Anonymous ATS
Sorry to tell you when this was all first got out only one news source in the states reported on it. Canada has already signed on and so has Mexico.
I don't think Mexico or Canada would be happy
calling their new currency "Amero".
Originally posted by mattguy404
I don't think Mexico or Canada would be happy calling their new currency "Amero". I can picture it now...
Mexican: "Let's call it the Mexico!"
Canadian: "No, we'll call in the Canado!"
Originally posted by freesprite
reply to post by mattguy404
Thats absolutely retarded, it doesn't matter what the new form of currency is called, just the fact that America, Mexico, and Canada are going to merge together, adopt a unified currency, and become the NWO is more #ing important than what the money is #ing called. We have to do something... very #ing soon, our government is getting out of hand and I doubt the citizens here voted for any of these actions to take place... we need mass rioting and protests in order to fight back. We must organize and mobilize, the government is already monitoring our conversations about these issues such as revlots, so we must act fast before we lose our opportunity to stand up, united as one
Originally posted by savetimerushonline
hey he may be racist... but he is justified in his racism... as far as i can tell this report from Mr.Turner is 100% truth, and is based on fact.
originally posted by: ProfEmeritus
Virtually every item you mentioned, Anonymous, was available in reputable press articles, way before Hal Turner allegedly "predicted" them. For instance:
ast month, Hal Turner told the public WaMu would collapse; 9 days later, it did.
He was already one year late on that "scoop":
Washington Mutual - One of the Nations Largest Banks Having Trouble
By Alex S. Gabor, published Apr 17, 2007
The banks that have fueled their inflated paychecks for the past decade are in for a rude awakening.
Get ready, if you own property in the USA, to take another 10% to 20% hit on your home equity, and if you haven't sold yet, you may not be able to any time soon without shorting your own mortgage, especially if home values drop below your current outstanding mortgage balances.
Both Downey Savings and Washington Mutual are about to catch a cold, perhaps go into a fatal fever and wind up in shot gun weddings with healthier, more financially honest and sound institutions.
I could go on, but you can do the Google game if you want. You need to do some homework. You get an "F" for this session. I'll put it in my grade book.