posted on Mar, 3 2012 @ 03:03 PM
reply to post by Asktheanimals
Their chart shows a world government over the UN. I already don't like it.
The chart shows a large amount of elite professional support to a very intense concentration of political power. I like it compared to the current
hidden hands at play.
To be fair I think we should use gold, silver and platinum.
All macroeconomic factors do need to be accounted to produce a clear value of just how much wealth is in this world. From there the issues of demand
can be more realistically and sustainably addressed.
The trick is how will they take the old currency out of circulation and who gets first rights etc. They'll probably distribute all the money amongst
themselves then tell everyone else there is no more new currency left for circulation.
The black market is a part of life with private trades remaining while self determination is valued. With oversight of the main global economic
factors, high level corruption will be identified so resources and negotiations can be directed towards resolution.
There are some indications that this current $15 Trillion UK issue is just the tip of the iceberg and would not be surprised by unaccounted figures in
the hundreds of Trillions globally. Sudden changes to the status quo does raise a lot of valid resistance with many implications of power vacuums and
social organisation. To charter the globally economy out of these troubled waters does require acknowledging the situation. With many difficult and
sensitive issues a reconciliation committee can aid in addressing the many complex and competing interests. This will maintain important discretion
until a global consensus and unified direction defined.
As for how a global currency will replace the mix of national and other currencies is slowly. The conflict with the foreign currency markets will
gradually wind down as the establishment of a common currency unit takes hold to help facilitate international trade. It is in the national, corporate
and other collectives interests for these entities to maintain governance of their respective currencies. It is currently impracticable for a single
centralised global currency to replace the many established trade systems in the current geopolitical environment without an extreme level of
The advantages of the ideas proposed is that it will:
- Enhance competition between the cultural mix of economic policies by being inclusive of all common currencies.
- Reduce conflict as global resources and oversight is applied to the issues of value.
- Provide social protections in the event of individual currency collapses.
- Establish boundaries between national and global interest.
- Allow the stronger economic processes and currencies to rise above weaker ones. At the moment there is no clear definition of what constitutes a
perfect sustainable economy. By providing responsible competition between all the available options, it will allow for the best ones to rise to the