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With the future of the euro in doubt, there is a growing line of critics warning countries which are embracing the single currency that they are boarding a sinking ship.
RT spoke to David Campbell Bannerman, a deputy leader of the UK Independence Party, about why Europe needs to open its eyes
Originally posted by princeofpeace
Ummm yes it would be the Euro first! The only reason the dollar is being propped up is because its the worlds reserve currency and the petrodollar. The euro is MUCH more likely to go down first.
Originally posted by loagun
i watched the clip... he talks about how the elite are removing religion and God from America which is what the nation was built on in order to bring in the NWO... i'm sorry but, isn't religion part of brainwashing for a NWO?
the bible is a copy write....
The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) today announced that the Special Drawing Right (SDR) would replace the gold franc as the Bank's unit of account as from 1 April 2003. This decision was made today at an Extraordinary General Meeting of member central banks of the BIS. The Bank also decided to take steps towards modernising its financial accounting and reporting practices.
Used by a number of international organisations, the SDR is an international unit of account defined by the IMF and based on a basket of major currencies. The gold franc has served as the unit of account for the BIS since its establishment in 1930.
Commenting on the change, Andrew Crockett, General Manager of the BIS, said: "I welcome the introduction of the SDR. Along with a strengthened accounting framework, it will assist in managing the Bank's operations and economic capital more efficiently and enhance the transparency of its accounts."
Mr Crockett added that the changes would not affect the fundamental nature of the BIS's banking activities and would not have any implication for its policy towards its holdings of gold.