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Medvedev Shows Off Sample Coin of New 'World Currency' at G-8

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posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 11:19 PM
13 !!

There are 13's in this coin, around the #1 including the number one, equals 13 !!

And you all know who is behind 13 right??? Because I don't !

I know it is cliche now, but what is with 13?

13 from 80 percent of corporate logos (3 slashes + 1 line).

Or money of all things, whoever loves 13 wants to make this coin!!!

posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 11:33 PM
reply to post by wiredamerican

13, the goat looking picture on the back, Illuminati symbols

The ruling Elite are the Illuminati

posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 11:43 PM
OK..this coin is bull&*%$..Frist off, we have already been shown, the corporations are cut throat, and hire and/or use sweatshop labor...for this coing to state unite world, the peaceful plant on the back is decieving.
2nd..China already stated they wnt the dolalr to remain as the worlds currency. I would imagine introducing a new currency with no value yet, would very much upset what they said, and thier sounds like thier not gunna let that happen!

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 12:07 AM
reply to post by Silk

Very intelligent post and I believe that to be more correct than the OP. But, then again, why is the Russian Prime Minister showing it off?

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 12:29 AM

FIRST TEST ISSUE: OBVERSE the “Number 1” icon is repeated five times, representing the five continents. The border inscription reads “Unity in Diversity” and includes the first issue date of 2009.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't there 6 inhabited continents?

1. North America
2. South America
3. Europe
4. Asia
5. Africa
6. Australia

So.. are they combining the Americas to be one continent? Or Europe/Asia as Eurasia?

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 12:41 AM
French President Nicolas Sarkozy at the summit joined the band in favour of dumping the dollar as the international currency of reference, insisting that "we cannot stick with just one single currency."

Just read what that dumbass said! ("we cannot stick with just one single currency.")

Really Nick? What the hell are you talking about dude? What do you call THAT!

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 01:13 AM
I notice that the flower on the back of the coin is exactly the same displayed on the Denver airport mural.
Dont you smell something ? Like a big dung landing just on ours heads.

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 02:03 AM
Unity In Diversity - Hmmm, Isn't that the slogan they have been brainwashing everyone with for about 30 years?

Oh Wait - If I don't agree with that it means I'm a racist, gosh another 30 year brainwashing, wait if I don't like it i'm zenophobic, shoot, another 30 year brainwashing thing, damn...

Crap I just can't win here, if I believe in the Constitution I'm a warning or a terrorist, damn damn damn.

Well then, "F" "U" I guess I am then and you can ram your NWO coin straight up your ass but I hope they get cocky enough to do it sooner than later - at least then I won't be fighting alone.

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 02:09 AM
Well this is the last place I expected the call for a global currency to come from. I guess Russia has it's own economic reasons for wanting this.

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 02:29 AM
I like the design. i will support global currency in a decade when we are ready for it

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 02:53 AM
That coin in my opinion is actually quite appealing, Very simple and nice in design. a great coin I think.

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 03:34 AM
How's this for a Grand Theory. Medvedev is the nominal head of state of Rissia.

Russia has a lousy economy given it's size and resource richness.

It's currency is not even in the running.

Russia has an ego and likes to act as if they are till #2 by making jabs at the US hegemony at every opportunity.

So they can get some press by trying to worry the US that the dollar is on it's way out.

Good PR with a ten dollar budget.

There's nothing to indicate Russia would benefit in a new currency being adopted.

So all we have is a photo op to dazzle those who are looking for some new indication the US is in trouble.

It worked


posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 03:41 AM
reply to post by mmiichael

yes their currency is tied to oil prices as i have said.. convenient he pulls this coin out when oil closes under 60 a barrel

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 03:41 AM
Anyone have any hard numbers of how atrificially inflated the USDs value is due to its defacto but waning status as world reserve currency? How would a full move away from this status quo effect the buying power of the USD?

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 04:24 AM
From what I understand in this situation is that the US abused its power by printing money without hedging metal against it. So basically the US prints money when it runs low without having any real value against the printing.( this is in no way an absolute statement). The reason the US pulled it off is because of the global currency status.

Major economic powers trade using the dollar, oil is bought using the dollar. So even though the dollar should have depreciated quite a bit the high demand makes it stable. On the other hand other all of these countries have to buy the dollar because it is the only way to trade in the global market( well maybe except the euro somewhat).

For most of the world this is now becoming more than a nuisance. The ability to 'pay back' a loan just by printing money is not appreciated.

Now here is the big problem(I am going to take the example of the biggest dollar reserve holder) China has $1953 billion dollars in reserve so it has huge interest in the dollar staying near its value but its has given the US a lot of money, the US has no choice but to pay back this debt with printed money. So even though they make a lot of money off the US in this case they feel like they are being cheated because most of their money came from goods and services.

The Top 10 foreign reserve holders have 60% of the US reserve, basically they make real value and then buy into the 'perceived value' of the dollar because of the logistics. What they see is that the US is getting richer, making money out of nothing and that they have to work for it.

This is where the BRIC, G8 come in. More so the BRIC. They see an opportunity where they won't have to pay the US for nothing. The US is a cash cow for these countries and they won't just let go right away, they will probably milk the US for another 10-15 years( so they are strong and not dependent on the US anymore) and I speculate around that time they will quietly transition into another currency. For US citizens this will mean that their holding will devalue and inflation will rise substantially. The dollar might not even hold half its value and at this stage printing more money will not solve anything as it will depreciate the currency immediately unlike right now.

Now I don't know about a NWO but I suspect this new currency might be a mix on the BRIC's own currencies or a world currency which is a mix of some major currency. But basically the US will be out of the loop and with China's economy matching the US in terms of GDP the US will not be able to throw its weight around anymore(Indian, Brazilian and Russian economies will also be quite strong by then). The only question is will the cord be cut off slowly(reducing their dollar reserves and buying reserves in another currency) or will it be a quick process where they dump most of the dollars they have. Before they drop the US they will have to make sure that they can sustain growth and have mature markets because the US will not be able to afford their products and their exports will erode as the every thing in the US will cost a lot more.

Anyway that's what I think is going to be the case the. The US will be cut out once the rest of the world becomes strong enough and that will be the start of the multi polar world. If anyone thinks I am wrong they should speak up.

PS- I live in the US of A.

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 04:43 AM
surely if the worl has one curency

and they have 1 set minimum wage world wide africa and poer nations will gain so much from it without really afecting our lives

ill admit my understanding or econmoy and such is prety teribel i just dont see how its a bad thing

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 04:46 AM
Ok, i just wanna know what the problem is with a nWo, and i type it like that for good reason.

Look as humans we have been killing one another for centuries, and it shouldn't be that way. We should have a WORLD currency, we should have ONE nation. Each nation has something it does better than no other, now imagine if we just combined all that into one. The man power of china and india, combined with the innovativeness of u.s.a and europe. just as a thought.

Swallow your pride already, and do what is right. The leaders of each country have told their people lies about other countries, which has sparked most wars, and continues to fuel them. With one nation all those lies crumble, and paoples eyes will be opened to the truth, so you are kind keeping them blind by keeping people separate.

Socialism fails, not becuase it is a bad idea, but because it wasn't ment for a nation, it was ment for one nation.

People have been dreaming of the day when we could come together, and all you paranoid whatevers, are fearing it for who knows what reason. Ya there will always be TPTB but they so are as necessary as you or I. Some people do need to be controled, so people do need to be told what to do, or guided.

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 05:37 AM
Good luck, suckers!

To get the whole world to take your coin you'll have to kill more than we do.

That just isn't going to happen.

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 06:50 AM

Originally posted by patent98310
On all seriousness, i want to know why a world currency would be a bad thing. Someone please inform me by U2U'ing me. Please present facts only and not personal opinions. I would really like to get a better grasp on this.

People against it know that if we have a 1 world currency, it will be centralized, and no one will be able to do anything other than what the rulers want.

Thats the main thing people are against.

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 06:55 AM
Isn't the symbol on the back the star of david, with two intertwining triangles on top of each other.

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