North American Union would have a big friendly face to Mercosur, I wonder if they'll reignite the central American republics from Venezuela to
Guatemala and down to Ecuador to be Gran Columbia 2.0 so Brazil and Argentina don't have too much on their plate when consolidating their rule over
S. America. Since only the French and the English are the nuclear powers with their thumbs on the scale, it's not as they withdraw their forces that
Brazil and Argentina find a timetable for imposing their nuclear policy.
The important thing to remember about this is that South Africa disarmed itself, Brazil and Argentina can be trustworthy to the point of Canada
tossing India nuclear knowledge and telling them to keep it to themselves.
What to do with the Caribbean, a question that remains one thing of a silent Epilogue to the matter; If North America is known as Turtle Island, then
surely the head is seeking Antarctica, not slowly turning to bite the Giant Pacific Trash Vortex (gross!) and as the plates shift on this globe maybe
we have a better chance to stand united.
If Canada's new dollar denominations have security features unknown in bills before, one of the most important one is the small window of an
imaginary hole in the maple leaves. If there are three holes to a single coin do you still trust it? Since South Africa has three capitals, the same
could be an example for how we want to follow this path.
I can only see this happening if they give up all revanchist claims against each other anyways. Meixco has the most on the USA, Canada wants Alaska
and the US nods politely to wanting more port cities on the PAcific coast. If the Baja Peninsula and Alaska Panhandle remain too close but only so
different it would hurt all three countries, but a wave of new settlers only to toss down a hat of old tricks? If the Amero was the only currency
trusted in the entire world, what does that do to the Euro? Forces their hand really, for the Munroe Doctrine to be complete the NAU would have to be
polite so much about French Guiana and Suriname we'd have to table fairly about Falklands and Guyana to Mercosur; that's not our table anyways, we
won't flip it like it's worth a quarter for the two cents of democracy. Besides, Canada likes Denmark, we can share Hans Island with them and
Iceland's just teasing about joining the new Canadian dollars because they feel we'd be a secure bet as well.
But if NAU and Mercosur work together to help the East Caribbean Dollar and successfully help that region, who would stop them in promoting the East
African Community? China I suppose, who wants the power of the Yen with the spread of the Rupee? Since India's in a closer position to work with the
EAC and China wants the Spread of the Rupee and the Power of the Yen no reason to shut the door on a Rising Sun or turn wayward from a Smiling Buddha.
If the Euro can help with sending AID to Africa with less of a border to be sneaky on, then so can the people in the Americas, when ASEAN gets ready
to be their own currency union it shouldn't shake too many shores as the world implodes the nations in a reasonable order.