posted on Nov, 27 2010 @ 09:48 PM
The dollar is on the rebound with the uncertainty brewing on the Korean peninsula. Now I've always thought that they would let the dollar die so they
could offer the Amero and the NAU as the savior. This conflict opens a multitude of questions, but the rebound of the dollar cannot be underestimated,
as economics and monetary policy are generally key in open conflicts. Just some food for thought.
We all know that war benefits the U.S. economy, and we have a war weary population which is ever increasing, but this really could shape up to
something substantial, as it solves a lot of America's problems. If China happened to ally with North Korea in this war, and we won, debt would most
likely be forgiven. This is pure speculation, but I think it is an incredibly interesting talking point.
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