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How realistic is a North American currency?

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posted on Jan, 29 2009 @ 11:57 PM
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I found this amerowatch blog that has pics of the notes and the coins.
It's mentioned that they seem to have been made by a fantasy coin maker.
Well, maybe it isn't fantasy anymore ?
amerowatch.blogspot.com...

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posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 02:12 AM
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My fellow ATS members I have just joined I've been around the site along time but I feel it is time for me to voice my opinion. To those worrying about the NAU, relax it will never happen. I'm not sure if you guy's are familiar with the Canadian system. But because of how our government is set up, the NAU would never happen. If you would like me to explain more by all means notify me. To those talking about Canada's economy, Canada is the only nation in the world that has a budget system in place we also pay the national debt. Our current debt is 458 billion I believe (source Jim Flaherty minister of finance) America is currently 87 trillion (estimate) (source 54 trillion provided by the federal reserve- 2008) Now calculate black projects, inaugaration balls, current wars, bailout I believe it would be up to 87 trillion. My point is yes Canada is in for some rocky waters but not to the point where the NAU is even considered.



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 02:25 AM
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Originally posted by hellfire961
My fellow ATS members I have just joined I've been around the site along time but I feel it is time for me to voice my opinion. To those worrying about the NAU, relax it will never happen. I'm not sure if you guy's are familiar with the Canadian system. But because of how our government is set up, the NAU would never happen. If you would like me to explain more by all means notify me. To those talking about Canada's economy, Canada is the only nation in the world that has a budget system in place we also pay the national debt. Our current debt is 458 billion I believe (source Jim Flaherty minister of finance) America is currently 87 trillion (estimate) (source 54 trillion provided by the federal reserve- 2008) Now calculate black projects, inaugaration balls, current wars, bailout I believe it would be up to 87 trillion. My point is yes Canada is in for some rocky waters but not to the point where the NAU is even considered.


Learn how to calculate debt. Thats not the debt of the US. The amount you talked about from last year was the total loans the US gave out for collateral, most of which rolls and is paid back. Thats debt owed to the US not debt the US owes



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 02:33 AM
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Originally posted by unknown known
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The States are the only ones who benefit from this, taking Canada's natural resources and Mexico's cheap labour...


Wow, now a united currency wouldn't benifit America NEARLY as much as you would think. This would put all currencies on a level playing field, which means, the generic loaf of bread, tortillas, and papas that costs $1.50 that might cost 2/3 as much in Mexico now is under a united currency and they are paying higher prices while the pay hasn't had a chance to catch up.

Oh and the DC coins are nothing more than good ART and worth their weight in whatever metal they are struck from. Don't buy the hype until you've dug in about 10 hours deep and really really examined the facts. Deny Ignorance, and call the artist, his number is on his site!

www.dc-coin.com...

designscomputed.com...

Daniel Carr is a Medal Maker and has actually submitted coin art to the US MINT. his work is pretty good! But it's his and is NOT SANCTIONED by the MINT or the TREASURY.










Prototype Alternate Currency Patterns by Daniel Carr

Now as far as the Paper Currency: Well, I'll have to research that one a little more! U2U me if you know of anything factual because this something that interests and scares the ever-lovin crap out of me!

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posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 03:04 AM
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Lets hope the old system do crash & NESARA/GESARA is announced, takes over & prosperity & abundance for all. Then first contact.

Namaste



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 04:14 AM
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Allready Posted here...www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 04:44 AM
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Originally posted by lernmore

Originally posted by Snift
Now, I think this should settle this debate once and for all about the credibility of a "new world order" and the so called "amero".


Nah, they're going to skip right over the Amero, and go for the throat with a World Currency. People have already shown that they won't even bat an eyelash.

That wouldn't surprise me one bit. I've been hearing calls to 'nationalize the Fed' in the MSM for a few weeks now. The only explanation for that is that they intend to bring a world-wide central bank on line. Of course they would still need regional central banks to work beneath it. We'll get change all right, but in the same direction: global socialism.



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 05:44 AM
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I'd like to hear one valid reason why Canada would abandon its dollar. Sure, the USD is tanking and there is a very slight possibility they will do what Germany did back in the early thirties. But, what possible reason is there for Canada to follow suit?



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 05:53 AM
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This links very well with the story here: I want the Earth plus 5%.


Edit: typos
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[edit on 30/1/2009 by Swordbeast]



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 06:51 AM
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Originally posted by Mexican against NAU
I hope true US patriots do not get offended.

We have a shared goal in the future; the true patriots of Canada the US and Mexico.


Very good statement. Divided we fall. United we stand for separation.



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 07:06 AM
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Originally posted by resistor

Originally posted by lernmore

Originally posted by Snift


I've been hearing calls to 'nationalize the Fed' in the MSM for a few weeks now. The only explanation for that is that they intend to bring a world-wide central bank on line. Of course they would still need regional central banks to work beneath it. We'll get change all right, but in the same direction: global socialism.


Now that is completely wrong. What they are talking about is to cut out the World Bankers and our Govt. would control our money. This is the way it was written and they way it should be.
Even on ATS, people refuse to know one's history. I've had a big wake up call in the last 6 months or so. If you dig, it is there.
You will also find out that through the life time of America, we've had to fight off the bad guys more than once. Since 1913, we gave in and have been nothing but sheep and slaves to them.
That does not mean we can't take it back. It will just require a little physical standing up instead of just typing or putting up youtube video's.



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 07:28 AM
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There are alot of informed people here at ATS. Some old, some young and from many parts of the world.
For us Americans, it's just not good anymore. We can have over 2 million people show up in DC to here 30 minutes of the swearing in ceremony, but can't get but a couple of hundred to stand up for what our rights really are. They have us in a world now, that it's almost impossible to make an assembly against the Govt. or force true change to our benifit with out being brought up as evil people and terrorists.
I am not sure, but I think if we were to assemble in the open, they could do less to stop it. We have the right by the second amendment of the constitution to do so. Small groups of individuals have tried and been shown the door in the past.
I do not have the answer, but am willing to discuss it.
Remember; knowledge is power.......................if americans were educated in a means to keep them free, we would not have to work half as hard to have a fulfilling life.



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 09:30 AM
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Not very realistic.... especially with the implications of the news out this morning with this thread I just started:

www.abovetopsecret.com...

If China does indeed, stops buying our Treasuries and buys gold instead, we are in one word "screwed"!



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 01:07 PM
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Why would Canada jump on the bandwagon, you ask? How about because %90 of our entire GDP is digging crap up out of the ground and selling it to Americans? You think we aren't hurting up here? Yeah, our banks are a little smarter - so what? The jobs are disappearing faster by the day. Gold is holding value, so mines that primarily dig that stuff up are doing okay. Pulp is doing okay, but it is slipping at last as well. Everything else...

I promise you, Canada is in no position to weather this storm. We are so dependant on the US for our jobs that we may as well already be in the NAU. Heck, we will probably host the meetings to get it officially under way...

Oh wait, we already did.



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 01:32 PM
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Originally posted by Retikx
Everyone thinks us Canadians are pushovers, Canadians will NOT become part of any NAU without a fight.

Besides as it stands now Canada is doing just fine economically.


You may be right about the people of your country but what about the people in the Canadian Gov. ?



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 02:03 PM
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Originally posted by KaiBosh
Why would Canada jump on the bandwagon, you ask? How about because %90 of our entire GDP is digging crap up out of the ground and selling it to Americans?


Like America is the only market for oil. You don't think Canada can find new markets for it's resources?

Besides, recession is no reason to abandon your currency. Look at how bad it got in Germany before it was even considered. If, and that's a huge if, we get to the point where a loaf of bread costs a million dollars, then maybe it might happen. Until then, no chance...no chance.



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 02:42 PM
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My apologies for getting the U.S debt wrong. My main point that I was stressing was Canada will never join the NAU. Yes Canadian banks are smarter. Yes Canada is very dependant on the U.S but the reality is.. Our government would never do it. To the Canadians out there you know how our government works you need a majority government to actually "Do anything" In this country. We currently have a minority so were safe.. Besides do you really think the liberals would want the NAU to happen? No. Conservatives would be all for it but the liberals would shoot it down in an instant. If for whatever reason the liberals jumped on the bandwagon good ol quebec would probable seperate. But in all seriousness I've been to parliament I've talked with the many politicians there I've talked with many Canadians on the idea. It just won't happen.



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 02:50 PM
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I love how people say "it's been planned from the start" as if there really was a 230-year plan to implement a North American currency. Give me a break. There will be no Amero, just like how Bush/Cheney did not become dictator for like, and just like how there was no WWIII in 2006/2007/2008.



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 02:52 PM
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Are you people forgetting the meetings here in Canada to write up the plans for this union? I cannot believe you think people wouldn't roll over in a heartbeat for something like that. Of course they wouldn't like the idea NOW, some of them still have a job and food in their cupboards. Just wait 'till things get a lot worse!

People will BEG for the North American Union, mark my words. None of this is going to happen against the "will of the people".



posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 06:18 PM
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They can plan and posture all they want. It wont get past our house of commons unless for some reason there is no more house of commons. Have you ever seen what one of our governmental debates looks like?

Yea we got alot of trees and water and maple syrup , moose and beer. We also have a country FULL of people that are VERY happy to be Canadian. It simply wouldn't fly..



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