Amero by November 2009!?


GLENN: All right, Dr. Lynch, thank you very much. We will talk to you again. We're going to look -- we're going to look up some of the things that you said. I will tell you that there is something on the whole Mex-Ameri-Canada thing and there is something also on the dollar. It is -- I mean, it is almost like we just talked about it a minute -- it's almost like it has been designed to --

DR. LYNCH: Yeah, this is the design. Let me just say something, Glenn.

GLENN: Real quick, real quick.

DR. LYNCH: This year this time we will really need another currency.

GLENN: Next year at this -- Stu, write this down. Next year.

DR. LYNCH: About this time, at the end of October we will be dealing -- the greenback will be gone. I'll just say that.

GLENN: Next year at this time. Dr. Lynch, you just made quite a claim.

DR. LYNCH: I did.

GLENN: You said a year from today.

DR. LYNCH: Well, I wouldn't say today. I might say by November 1st of next year, before Thanksgiving of next year, I would say by today -- if I were to make a prediction, this is what I would make.

GLENN: Okay, you make it because I've got consequences on this prediction.

DR. LYNCH: Now, if I lose, if I lose, I owe you one case of good champagne.

GLENN: No, you don't. I don't drink. I'm an alcoholic.

DR. LYNCH: If I win, you owe me champagne --

GLENN: No, sir. Excuse me, I set the currency is I on the program.

DR. LYNCH: Okay.

GLENN: So here is -- no, I've got it. You make your prediction and I'll tell you.

DR. LYNCH: Within a year from today more or less, Mexico will change their currency from the peso to the Amero which will reestablish a new Mexican currency. By October --

GLENN: Let's make it by January 1st of 2009. Is that right? --

DR. LYNCH: It will be 2008, yeah, 2008.

GLENN: By January 1st -- no, no, January 1st, 2009, if they haven't changed their currency, if we haven't changed our currency and we are on the new Amero, here's what you have to do.

STU: Is it the peso or the dollar?

DR. LYNCH: Wait a minute. The peso will go to the dollar. They will then follow suit because of the change of currency, America will change to the Amero, losing its beloved greenbacks.

STU: America will do that by when?

DR. LYNCH: By November 1st of next year.

STU: November 1st, 2008.

GLENN: Got it. So here it is. On November 1st if I still have a greenback that is the government-issued tender, you come on this program and you must deny the existence of the Bohemian Grove.



Welcome to North Mexico

The Constitution Fair's 'John Birch Zone'

You had a booth from the ACLU just down the way from the John Birch Society, which was right next to the Maricopa County Democratic Party booth, which was next to a booth that contained a sign - scribbled on cardboard - for the Valley Business Owners organization.

No one from that group was in the booth, of course. A perfect metaphor for their behavior in our town.

You could learn a lot there, too. Did you know, for example, that NAU doesn't always mean Northern Arizona University? In John Birch world, the letters stand for North American Union, something Bush has cooked up with Canada and Mexico that will lead to one giant country someday, complete with something called the "amero," which will take the place of our dollar. Or at least that's what the Birchers believe. Hey, they even have a color brochure, so it must be true.

Source: AZcentral.com

Going protectionist over the constitution

The U.S. is known for its "paranoid style" of politics, so brace yourself for the next Big Scare coming down the pike (literally) -- the Trans-Texas Corridor. Isolationist conservatives, emboldened by their jihad last year against the Dubai Ports World deal, have identified this road project as the spearhead of a conspiracy to dissolve the United States of America. [...] Even Texas Rep. Ron Paul, a libertarian Republican candidate for president, has fallen for the paranoia. You'd think that Paul would be chanting hosannas to anything that facilitates free trade, but he too fears that the "superhighway" is part of a scheme by foreign companies to erode U.S. borders and create a North American Union combining the United States, Mexico and Canada -- complete with a single government and a common currency called the "amero."

Superhighway opponents regard even routine dialogue between the three neighbors as a treasonous assault on U.S. sovereignty. They are apoplectic about the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP), a forum created in 2005 for bureaucrats to discuss such radical topics as how to snag terrorists before they enter the continent and how to speed up cross-border traffic for just-in-time deliveries.

All of this could be dismissed as the paranoid rantings of a protectionist fringe -- except that it is beginning to have a tangible negative effect on public policy. [...] But the impact of today's isolationists threatens to affect the entire economy. If unchallenged, these ideologues of fear will kill the United States' prosperity in the name of protecting its sovereignty.

Source: Los Angeles Times


Convert them to Ameros

I wonder if this is the incentive one needs to start publishing discussion of the Amero, which will serve the North America SPP (www.spp.gov), similar to how the Euro serves Europe.

A transition to this new currency which replaces the US and Canadian dollar, and the Peso will be possible when the brunt of the value of the world’s economy is shouldered by Europe (in the Euro), and the consumption to create liquidity shouldered by Asia. A trend that is currently under way.

The dollar is clearly destablilised as a result of poor fiscal policy by the Bush’s Neocon administration, overspending while cutting taxes, growing the rich poor gap (subprime crunch), and multiple wars.

Let’s just hope China plays along, and doesn’t start selling off their nearly $1 trillion of reserves before our trade imbalance with them declines. But then again, who’d buy dollars worth pennies, unless you could convert them to Amero’s?

[5] Posted by: Matt, Geneva, Switzerland — 21 September 2007 12:49 pm

Source: International Herald Tribune (One of many valuable comments)


The strong Euro/Amero zone

The dollar's slide seems irreversible, and beyond a not-too-far point, numerous other currencies emerge as better-yielding zones to park oil and other global revenues. While this is not the place to debunk the already weak myth of a global clash of civilizations, the long term emergence of alternative economic zones is likely. One could be the Euro/Amero area, initially separated, but merging into a larger Western macro-economic zone. Another might evolve out of the Shanghai Cooperative Organization, with the rouble and yuan embracing each other, after a similar phase of antagonism. A third, as-yet unknown currency bloc could emerge out of the Islamic oil crescent, with the facade of religion and blending with the SCO to be at least as strong as the Euro/Amero zone.

Source: Desicritics.org


Greenback and Loonie Heads-up

Canadian Dollar Trades Equal to U.S. for First Time Since 1976

Sept. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Canada's dollar traded equal to the U.S. currency for the first time in three decades, capping a five-year run on the back of booming demand for the nation's commodities.

The Canadian dollar rose as high as $1.0008, before retreating to 99.87 U.S. cents at 4:16 p.m. in New York. It has soared 62 percent from a record low of 61.76 U.S. cents in 2002. The U.S. dollar fell as low as 99.93 Canadian cents today. The Canadian currency last closed above $1 on Nov. 25, 1976, when Pierre Trudeau was Canada's prime minister.


"But let us put all such grim thoughts aside for a moment, that we might offer heartfelt congratulations to our Canadian neighbors, whose currency (aka the “loony”) has finally achieved parity with the U.S. dollar. For the first time in our American lives, prices will no longer be “Slightly higher in Canada.” We should perhaps also offer up a prayer of thanks that it is not (yet) the peso’s parity for which we are congratulating a sovereign neighbor. We can only hope that such depredations against the dollar as would cause it to fall so low have yet to be imagined." ~Rick Ackerman, "Rick's Picks"


CFR for President

What is interesting is that five of the Republican candidates are members of the Council on Foreign Relations [...] The CFR Republicans are Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani, John McCain, Newt Gingrich and Fred Thompson. [...] the controlled media, has placed the CFR members on center stage. The Democrats are not left out at all. The CFR Democrats are Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John Edwards, Chris Dodd and Bill Richardson.

Should we worry whether they are CFR members or not? The CFR is on a fast-track course to abolish the sovereign U.S.A. by 2010, literally forcing us to become part of a North American Union. [...] The first “North American Union” driver’s license, complete with a hologram of the continent on the reverse, has been created in North Carolina. Note that all this is without congressional approval or oversight.

[...] The tri-national agreement, hatched below the radar in Washington, contains the recommendations of the Independent Task Force of North America to remove the U.S. borders and establish a North American Union similar to the European Union and replace the dollar with a currency called the amero.

The NAFTA “superhighway” linking Mexico, the U.S. and Canada is already underway. A Texas legislator tried to stop this massive mile-wide structure, but Texas Gov. Rick Perry vetoed the bill. The governor is a Bilderberger with the same CFR viewpoint. The Bush administration has limited the 854 miles of border fencing called for in the Secure Fence Act to just 18 miles as part of the SPP “open border” policy. [...] The CFR member actions are considered treason under the U.S. Constitution, and if you support a member candidate, then you are a problem as well. [...]

In contrast, Rep. Ron Paul sets himself apart from other Republicans by being decidedly anti-war while supporting American independence and sovereignty. He is referred to as “Dr. No” by his colleagues because of his refusal to support unconstitutional bills. You can quickly find out more by going to http://www. ronpaul2008.com/issues/.

Source: Napa Valley Register

Fed Rate Cut = US Currency Cancer

The USD hit a new all time low against the euro but has not breached the $1.40 yet. High yielding currencies, such as the AUD and NZD, were again in favour.

The dollar has fallen to a new all time low mark on the U.S. Dollar Index at 79.091. The notion that the U.S. dollar or U.S. treasuries or bonds are safe haven currencies or assets is likely to be seen as very erroneous in the coming months. Lowering interest rates will make the United States less attractive for overseas capital.

George Soros's investment partner, investment guru Jim Rogers told Bloomberg News that under Chairman Ben Bernanke, the Fed is helping Wall Street at the expense of everybody else. "If Bernanke starts running those printing presses even faster than he's doing already, yes we are going to have a serious recession," Rogers said. "The dollar's going to collapse. The bond market's going to collapse. There's going to be a lot of problems in the U.S."

Source: Gold Investments Market Update


Something has to give with the current and ongoing financial chaos. What entity do you think will be sacrificed?

1. The economy
2. The real estate market
3. Politicians
4. The Fed
5. The stock market
6. Hollywood
7. Britney Spears
8. The Buck

I vote nos. 3 and 4, but that’s not likely. What will the obvious answer mean to you in the long run? I guess we’re back to talking about the dollar once more. Do they allow visitors in hospice? Gold, silver, and real asset investments will reap the benefits of the ongoing dollar carnage. Next week, we’ll delve deeper into what the dollar woes actually mean to you and your family. [...] The dollar is due a bounce higher in the very short term. Those who successfully shorted it now have to buy it back to lock in profits. It should then resume its downfall.

by Dr. Russell McDougal, 19 Sep 07


The Amero: "A fantasy" of "con men, nuts, and ignoramuses"

"There's a phony story going around about a mythical currency that's supposed to replace the dollar called the "amero." [...] New Jersey blogger Hal Turner says a friend in the U.S. Treasury smuggled him a 20-amero coin made at the U.S. Mint in Denver – evidence, he writes, of a conspiracy to unite the United States, Canada and Mexico in a North American Union. [...] Mr. Turner stands by his story and says he has now heard from an anonymous ATM maker that the government is starting to provide specifications for amero paper bills. What will this guy sell next? Mexican shares in the Brooklyn Bridge? [... The] Amero's nothing but a gag coin." ~Jim Landers, DallasNews.com


John Hawkins at Town Hall and Right Wing News offers convincing reasons for not believing that President Bush and other members of the United States Government are conspiring to merge this country with Canada and Mexico in a North American Union (NAU) and replace the dollar with the amero, beginning with a lack of evidence and culminating in a lot of implausibility. He laments: "It's almost an every day thing...even though the odds of the NAU coming to pass are slightly less likely than a Dennis Kucinich/Rosie O'Donnell ticket winning every state in 2008."

Source: The Claremont Institute


"I love (the North American Union theory) because if you ever doubt your own sanity, all you have to do is read this stuff and realize that you're okay." ~Charles Krauthammer

"You lay out a conspiracy and then force some people to try to prove it doesn't exist. That's just the way some people operate." ~George Bush on the North American Union

"But aside from the chilling prospect of a ‘Monster Highway’ (Why is a new road in Texas supposed to be so scary?) there’s no reason at all to believe in the ludicrous, childish, ill-informed, manipulative, brain dead fantasies about a North American Union." ~Michael Medved

"Unfortunately, it's difficult to logically prove to people who buy into the NAU (Try to stifle a giggle here) that George Bush isn't going to merge the United States, Canada, and Mexico together to form one giant nation -- because there's no logic, consistency, or reasoning behind the theory. It's nothing more than the worst sort of black helicopter paranoia combined with naked ignorance about how our government works -- promoted by con men, nuts, and ignoramuses who think they'll increase traffic to their websites, raise money, or sell more books by convincing people that the North American Union is actually going to happen. [...] At a time when illegal immigration, carbon offset trading schemes, the international criminal court, the Law of the Sea treaty, and so many other real issues that may affect our sovereignty are being debated, it's a shame to see so many conservatives marginalizing themselves by tilting at an imaginary NAU windmill. With that in mind, once all you conspiracy theorists are done fretting about the Canucks and Mexicans teaming up to take over the world's only super power with George Bush's help, those of us back in the real world could use your help fighting the good fight for this country's future." ~John Hawkins, Townhall.com


The Austrian Endgegner

Impossible predictions aside, it seems fair to say the US dollar will be a mere shadow of its former self by 2014 (if recognizable at all in its new form). If we aren't on some kind of pure gold standard by that time (an extremely tough logistical nut to crack), we could be on some type of digitized commodity standard instead, under which the currency units in one's bank account are tied to an intrinsic-value basket. One resourcebuck = a fixed allocation of 30% precious metals, 30% base metals, 20% energy, and 20% timberland. Or something to that effect.

Whatever happens, it's important to keep hold of the fact that the world does change. Many things will stay the same, but others will look quite different... including global monetary policy.

The Austrian Endgame

Returning now to the recent past (mid August actually), your Macro Musings editor still has a sore fist from pounding the table for gold stocks. Specifically we said the following:

We feel gold stocks could put in a triple or quadruple from current levels -- over the course of months to years -- and it isn't clear when the move will begin in earnest. Given that it could be sooner rather than later, we think it's time to buy.

The timing was indeed "sooner." Gold stocks took off like a rocket within a few weeks of that call... the price of gold itself adding a none-too-shabby $50 per ounce or so.

Patting one's self on the back makes for a sprained shoulder, so we'll say little more there. It just seems prudent to add, in this discussion of golden milestones, that we are no johnny-come-lately to the bullish gold argument.

Events of the past few years have played out in classic fashion, just as the Austrian Endgame (a personal term) predicted. Here we quote from an explanatory note to readers, penned by yours truly, back in August 2005:

The [Austrian Endgame] is rooted in a basic observation of Austrian economics, articulated by Ludwig von Mises:

"There is no means of avoiding the final collapse of a boom expansion brought about by credit expansion. The alternative is only whether the crisis should come sooner as the result of a voluntary abandonment of further credit expansion, or later as a final and total catastrophe of the currency system involved."

Here is how it works:

1. In attempting to stave off recession or depression, the powers that be induce a credit boom through monetary stimulus.

2. The following boom is enjoyed at the cost of a massive debt buildup.

3. Excesses of the credit boom eventually lead to inflationary pressures.

4. The powers that be find their hands tied; they cannot kill rising inflation without killing the debt-laden economy at the same time.

5. The Fed's choice thus becomes take real steps to reign in inflation and destroy the economy, or let inflation run and eventually destroy the currency.

Anchors away

We are now heading into the thick of stage five. The sharpest evidence for this is gold above $700 (on the way to new all-time highs), the dollar at fifteen year lows (bye-bye long term support), and loud clamoring for a Fed rate cut from nearly all parties, even as the greenback is getting pitched headfirst down a well. (There is plenty more evidence too of course. Those are merely the most visible symptoms.)

~by Justice Litle (Consilient Investor)


Dollar breakdown would probably not concern the Fed...

"As far as we can tell, the current gold rally is being driven primarily by fears that the debt crisis will lead to a breakdown in the Dollar Index and secondarily by the contraction of liquidity. And unlike surging inflation fears, a breakdown in the Dollar Index would probably not concern the Fed at this time. We therefore don't see the Fed as the main threat to the gold market's short-term upside prospects. The main threat is that the Dollar Index fails to do what just about everyone is expecting it to do and, instead, begins to trend upward."

~Steve Saville, The Speculative Investor

"But what of the U.S. dollar? After all, once the printing presses fire up to full speed, and the Fed Funds rate begins to ratchet steadily downward, won’t the Chinese and other non-U.S. holders of our 6 trillion dollars show their displeasure by ridding themselves of the things, driving the dollar down even further? Surely that can’t be allowed. Can it? In a call with long-time friend Clyde Harrison, one of the most seasoned and sharpest players on the commodities scene (he invented the Rogers International Commodities Index Fund), he quipped to the effect of, "We’re in an election cycle and the foreign holders of U.S. dollars don’t vote. By contrast, the U.S. voting public is up to its neck in debt. When push comes to shove, the dollar will be sacrificed. [...] And central banks? Won’t they try to keep gold down on the farm? After all, if it starts to take off, as we continue to feel is inevitable, won’t that risk expose the fact that the emperor’s clothes are made of paper that fall to pieces in the first moderately heavy rain? Yes. And so we will expect to see more announcements of central bank sales. But the impact this trick has on the price of gold will be diluted with each new announcement. In time, announcements of further sales will be met with cries of legitimate outrage by citizens concerned their central bankers are trading away their only tangible holdings. The dollar is headed toward the sacrificial altar, with a knife made of gold. Sooner or later, the central bankers will have to throw in the towel and just let gold run. These are not ordinary times and the outcome likely won’t be ordinary either." ~The Internationl Speculator, 9/11 2007


The next instigated disaster = the new North American currency

Radio Talk show hosts gets sample of minted Amero coin that has been designed to destroy personal savings in Canadian and U.S. Dollars
A U.S. Radio Talk show host says that a U.S. Treasury official, has leaked a sample of the "Amero" coin. The Amero coin, was apparently a part of secretive proceedings of the latest so-called "Security and Prosperity Partnership" (SPP) meetings of the leaders of Canada, the U.S. and Mexico, that was held in Montebello, Quebec, Canada, on 20-21 August 2007. According to the representation of researchers on North American Union (NAU), the Amero is to be launched after an instigated crises, such as an attack against Iran, following a contrived terrorist attack on Canadian and U.S. soil, that is to be blamed on Iran.

The creation of such an instigated war, is supposed to create an economic chaos which will be then used to introduce a "coincidently" already minted Amero, that is to replace the U.S. dollar in the United States, and Canadian dollar in Canada, as well as the Peso in Mexico.

The Amero would be introduced as a devalued currency for the public, that would be controlled by the U.S. political-military-industrial complex. The Amero specifically is a plot to consolidate further control among elites through a new currency, that is being designed to destroy personal savings that is being currently held in Canadians and U.S. dollars, in a contrived milieu of fear. The current minting of the Amero suggest that an instigated disaster that is to be used to introduce the Amero, could occur in weeks or months.

by Traci Lawson, The Canadian National Newspaper

Real Amero Coins vs. Fantasy Coins

I published the images and the small story and went to bed. I had no idea what my little story would do.
Within a matter of hours, there was a full blown effort to discredit my story and the images as fake.
I was accused of lying. I was accused of having "photoshopped" the images by creating them in Adobe Photoshop.
Within a couple days, a basic web site for AMERO "FANTASY COINS" was erected on the internet and word of that site was spread quickly. The site contained the same images as I had run on my front page, so clearly whatever "SPIN" was happening was being driven by others who also had the professional images.
There was intense effort to claim the whole idea of these coins was a fantasy and there was absolutely no truth to them whatsoever. That effort to "spin" the story out of existence worked. Folks quickly lost interest. I did not. [...]
I stand vindicated. All those who claimed I fabricated the images now owe me an apology. All those who claimed these were "fantasy" coins can now explain why anyone in their right mind would spend Millions of dollars to create the rare and expensive professional dies and plates necessary for minting coins that will not be issued?
The simple truth is, the coins are real. The plan to merge the US, Canada and Mexico is real. Our government is lying about it and the fact they are minting money at the Denver Mint bearing the name of Union of North America is proof.
So America, Canada and Mexico, our governments are betraying us and planning to merge our countries without our knowledge or consent, or by financial disaster they bring-on intentionally. What are we going to do about it?
For my part, the Second Amendment comes to mind.

--Hal "Tin Foil" Turner

Source: WestEnder

...sit down and shut up

President Bush doesn't need censure. His inaction regarding open borders in wartime raise questions that need investigation.
He's ignored the demands of Americans living in the border "war zone," while calling concerned Americans "vigilantes" and worse. He can't convince me Americans' protection is a priority by leaving our back door open to terrorists, drug cartels and gangs. Homeland Security is a joke when decent American kids are executed in a politically correct sanctuary city (Newark) by criminal aliens. Their blood is on the hands of all who support open borders and in both parties, from the top down to those who refuse to enforce the law. Rumors of the secret "Security and Prosperity Partnership" are surfacing, which if true will destroy our republic a la the European Union. As with the E.U., plans begin with customs, then a common market, monetary and economic union, and a single currency, Amero, I believe the Heritage Foundation, the Eagle Forum and Lou Dobbs before the White House. Americans have been told, we'll "see you at the bill signing," so sit down, shut up and pay up, because "we don't need no stinkin'" borders or laws.

by Judy Bellin, postcrescent.com


North American Union (UNA) on Faux News

"It is going to negate the sovereignty of the United States of America, and it certainly has grave concerns for our constitution as well."
~Arizona State Senator Karen Johnson (R)

Bend it like Bernanke

www.dailyreckoning.comIn this 1982 movie based on a novel by William Styron, a young mother on her way to a Nazi concentration camp had to make a horrible choice - which one of her two children would she send to the gas chamber and which one would she save? This is where the Fed finds itself today. They are on a tightrope between two horrible choices. 1) Raise interest rates to defend the dollar and choke off price inflation. This would cause huge problems with the mountain of debt our country has piled on and would crush housing or 2) lower rates to save the credit bubble, knowing price inflation will increase as the dollar falls and all those cheap imported goods and commodities rise rapidly in price.

The first choice involves playing with a deflationary depression similar to that of the 1930’s as the money supply is held in check and debt defaults skyrocket forcing mass foreclosures, bankruptcies, closings of banks, and widespread loss of capital as the stock markets crash. The latter choice would force the government to inflate and most likely hyper inflate the currency - essentially destroying it as they pay off existing debt with dollars worth far less in terms of purchasing power. Based on comments by Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke and current monetary policy, it appears as though the choice will be made to sacrifice the currency. This choice will likely result in hyperinflation and the destruction of the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency.

[...] Even with the level of globalization that we have seen over the last 20 years, these are still very dramatic changes to the current world order. There needs to be a catalyzing event to move toward this world structure. With a Biblical worldview in mind, I would propose the following as a possible scenario. I am not called to speak this as a prophetic word from God.
As the US economy goes through economic and social turmoil, we lose global influence. Politically we are dealing with our own problems and we leave the world stage as a global policeman. Our US dollar is no longer the world’s reserve currency after being destroyed via hyperinflation. It is replaced by a regional currency similar to the Euro, which includes Canada, the US and Central America. The new “Amero” replaces the US dollar, the Canadian dollar and the Mexican Peso. During this time, the same thing happens to Asian currencies – they consolidate. This takes us one giant step closer to a single world currency. The US hegemony is no longer an issue, and there would instead be 3 or 4 regional world currencies.

As currencies consolidate, so will governments. Witness how the sovereignty of European countries has been destroyed as their governments are slowly consolidated in the name of economic progress. With this step complete, the stage is thus set for a one world currency and one world government.

by Doug Tjaden, September 8, 2007, SilverStockReport.com


Comment: GOP Frontrunners Debate

Ron Paul convinced me tonight that he is the real thing. I was hoping that Thompson was going to be the one, but then I found out he was a CFR member (Council on Foreign Relations look it up on Wikipedia) I cannot vote for a New World Order. These are the same jokers who want to get rid of the US dollar in favor of the Amero. Look it up. I want to hate this Paul guy, but he is so right on so many issues. He is the only one who can beat Hillary in the general election. A pro war canidate will not win with 70% of Americans against the WAR. We do not want socialism in this country.

Source: WashingtonPost.com

...to erode the US sovereignty

"To compound matters, when the USEconomy slows and hits the brick wall in a matter of a few weeks or few months, the USDollar will lose its attractiveness, with or without official USFed rate cuts. [...] The gradual penalty for exporting debt inflation over the course of a few decades is compromised sovereignty and vulnerability to credit supply interruptions. Far from the harmless effect of selling debt to ourselves, the accumulative effect has been to erode the US sovereignty itself, while relegating the USDollar to Third World currency status." ~Jim Willie CB


US Dollar - the worst of major fiat currencies

[Most Recent Quotes from www.kitco.com]
"Kept economists throughout our once great land are singing the praises of an interest rate cut. They all have demanded a cut, now it’s a question of how much ¼% or ¾%? Perhaps even 2%. The noise is deafening or should we say disinformation. Now the question is will Mr. Bernanke’s elitist handlers allow him to stand pat on rates and buy the dollar more time?

If rates are lowered we can expect hyperinflation. A falling dollar and eventually the Japanese disease, which has been 16 years of deflation and depression. Were it not for virtually no interest rate, a rigged currency and a supplicant export market in America, Japan would have collapsed economically years ago. Japan tried every Keynesian nostrum. Everything failed and all they have left to show for it is unbelievable piles of debt. [...] Our dollar teeters on the edge of the abyss. Not only is it again challenging 80 on the dollar index, but also to add insult to injury, our manufacturers of breakfast foods rather than raise prices have reduced content and the size of the box to offset higher costs and inflation. If the fed lowers interest rates the manufactures may have to cut the size of the box in half. The dollar is the worst of major fiat currencies. Unfortunately the rest are little better. We begin our 4th week into the destruction of the debt bubble as credit continues to contract in spite of a $700 billion worldwide infusion of credit. [...] The second wave of the gold and silver bull market is about to unfold, as $850 is broken to the upside. Phase two will be achieved much more quickly to $2,300 to $2,500. For the next few years’ inflation will run rampant not only against the dollar but every other currency that inflates, which is most of them. This breakout in gold and silver will prove fortuitous at the best possible time due to climbing costs of production at gold and silver mines. The producers are telling us that and they will soon break out to new highs and the juniors and exploration companies will follow. The greed of the elitists, the Fed and Wall Street will show that the Fed has no mastery over the monetary system. Do not be left behind, buy gold and silver now." ~Bob Chapman, The International Forecaster

A friggin' major deal

Zeitgeist is one of the most fascinating movies ever created - a definite must see movie. It explains a lot of holes in religion, politics and covers many aspects of the society in good detail. It also touches one major future plan for North American countries - Canada, The United States Of America and Mexico - where as the leaders of the three are plotting to join all 3 countries together into what will allegedly be called "The North American Union" and somehow they fail to tell people about it. However, do not take what is said in the film as the truth, instead find out the truth for yourselves. The truth is not told, it is realized. [...] One could say it's the "Think outside of the box" movie. Ignorance is bliss, but the issue of The North American Union and the "Amero" (the currency that should be used within The North American Union) is something that will directly affect all people of North America but somehow, despite major significance, it is barely talked about and major media don't seem to include it in their coverages. If you do proper research you will see that The North American Union is in fact a very real issue set to happen as early as 2010. We're approaching the end of 2007 and we're still not hearing about it from the media. Some people heard rumors, some have their thoughts for or against, but no one really talks loud and clear about it. I mean - it's a friggin major deal. It’s the Union of North America. And no one seems to make any deal out of it. WTF???

Source: albertastars.com

If you haven't seen it, it's new to you about zeit!

Go to video.google.com and check out the whole Zeitgeist movie ... or buy the DVD at Zeitgeistmovie.com

"Zeitgeist is the film most Truthers mention online when they're new to the movement, and it believes in a magical fairyland dominated by evil villains. It's fiction, couched in a few facts—true, too few Americans know that the United States is entering into some disturbing trade agreements with Canada and Mexico, but then too few Americans know anything at all—and it adds up to the worst kind of fear-mongering. A borderless North American mega-nation with a single currency, the Amero? Do they really expect Bush to sneak that past the minutemen in the Southwest?"


The Trans Texas Conspiracy

Is there really a conspiracy connected with the Trans Texas Corridor? It was reported in the Chronicle last week that our Governor's push for the TTC, running from Mexico to Canada, is part of a secret plan to create the North American Union - a single nation consisting of Canada, Mexico and the U. S., with a currency called the Amero. Government denials just seem to add fuel to the fire. If this is just a myth, why then when you do a google search for "North American Union" and "Rick Perry" do you get 13,400 results?

Source: Navasota Examiner

Whose borders!??

http://thetruthproject.files.wordpress.com/2007/06/nau.jpgThe next steps to their agenda will include, one national ID card system and one nation currency (the Amero). Mexican immigrants will be able to cross the borders freely without being stopped.

All of the talk on television you already hear from George W. Bush, about securing our borders, refers to securing Mexico’s southern border and opening ours. You’ll hear him say “secure our borders” over and over but he’s speaking of our new borders.

The scary thing about this is that the agreement was made without us knowing and is designed to keep out of the hands of American Voters and stay in the hands of foreign relations and partnerships. We will no longer have any say in the decisions made in this country and the Constitution will no longer apply.

Source: BewareOfWar.com


La Reconquista -- Taco declares war on Freedom Fries

Mexico Declares War On The United States
September 4th, 2007 by The Stiletto
thanks to benettontalk.comMexico’s president Felipe Calderón used the occasion of his first state-of-the nation address to declare war on the United States (AKA Azatlan), proclaiming that, “Mexico does not end at its borders,” and “[w]here there is a Mexican, there is Mexico.”

El gato is out of the bag. The 400,000 illegal aliens who cross our southern border with Mexico each year – now 12 million strong - are not here to “do the jobs that Americans won’t do.” They are an invading force waging Mexico’s protracted campaign to achieve “La Reconquista.”

Calderón’s ambitions are being aided and abetted by a Fifth Column in this county that includes the ACLU, the AFL-CIO and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce – which have all joined forces to thwart all efforts to protect communities nationwide from being overrun - and even President George W. Bush, who has been stealthily laying plans for a European Union-style North American Union, with Calderón and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

What? You say you’ve never heard of the North American Union (NAU)? That’s because the negotiations between the U.S., Canada and Mexico have thus far been conducted in secret – without oversight by our elected representatives in Congress. [...] Unless Congress stops its partisan bickering long enough to start paying attention to what’s going on under their very noses, in three years our dinero is going to be called the Amero - and we won’t need to build a border fence, because we will no longer have borders. Then, Mexico will have achieved La Reconquista without firing a shot.

Source: Blogger News Network


"We will be a second-class nation."

http://ihillary.blogspot.com/2006/09/un-what-we-have-spawned.html"The media is rigged, politicians do not care, business interests want the truth to disappear and the public is generally in denial.

America has become an empire and with that mantel has come declining moral values, corruption and a political system that refuses to function in behalf of the American people. Our military has to fight wars based on lies for profit, and is over extended in foreign lands. We wallow in fiscal and monetary irresponsibility by our government. We have more problems than Rome did before the barbarians broke down the gates.

We certainly haven’t learned from history because we know so little of history. In addition we think of only tomorrow, not much further. If America doesn’t wake up and use the brains God has given them we’ll not only be broke but we will be a second-class nation."

~Bob Chapman, The International Forecaster, Sep 3, 2007

Real Amero Smuggled out of Denver?

Contrary to public opinion, Bush is not a stupid man. He may be reckless, he may be a bad communicator, he may even be as ignorant as everyone say he is, but he’s not stupid. So far he has managed to convince almost one third of this nation that Iran is a clear and present danger to the people of the United States. He has waged a propaganda war against Iran and has made them seem like our worst adversary. There are many Democrats and Progressives that also believe it. [...] The North American Union, think that it’s a “tin-hat” issue? Think again. The Denver Mint is already producing “Amero’s”. This is highly guarded intelligence. The government is fostering the dissolution of The United States in favor of a “North American Union”. Have the American people voted on this? Has it even been debated? You can see pictures of an “AMERO” that was smuggled out of Denver with the “D” clearly stamped on its face.

Source: OpEdNews.com

Pledge allegiance to the flag of UNA!

It is also reported that possibly as soon as January 1, 2010, Canada, the United States, and Mexico will replace all of their national currencies with something called the Amero and the borders will then be merged in order to give birth to a massive superstate. At that time it has been proposed that all American dollar notes and coins will be exchanged at the rate of one U.S. dollar for one Amero. (Source: http://www.vivelecanada.ca/article….060907114430765)

The American people are already taxed to the limit and in fear for their jobs, etc. (One factory after another is relocating to Mexico or other places. Very few products in the stores are American made. And customer service reps for almost every business are now made up of non-Americans overseas in places like Japan and India.) [...] we better hurry with our FAXES, emails, phone calls, and letters.

Source: Glen Gohr's Weblog

Articulating the Popular Rage

The North American Union [is] not a myth, it's not the confused predictions of conspiracy nut-jobs. It's a fact. It is being put into place, under the radar of American oversight, through public-private partnerships (PPP's), trade agreements with the countries to the north and south of the US. In order to lay the financial and physical superstructures (the massive highways and ports projects) the plan includes insidiously dangling before state governments large amounts of cash from foreign investors. Dance to the music, pay the fiddler is all I can say.

One of the projects is to widen highway 287 here in Colorado, and indeed, driving in from Kansas, I turned south on 287, and hit many delays due to the widening of highway 287. It will become part of a Superhighway network, connecting Mexico, the United States And Canada. Many have shrugged off concerns, but the under-lying (double entendre) framework has already been worked out. The federal government disavows any NAU plan, with President Bush deriding any notion of such as recently as the summit held in Canada a few days ago. All public officials who have anything to do with the NAU are lying their asses off. They figure if they can stall long enough, America will go bankrupt, and the globalists can roll out the Amero to "save us". There's gonna be hell to pay, never mind the fiddler.

Source: Americaholds.blogspot.com

thanks to matrixeconomy.com

thanks to matrixeconomy.com

Proposals that threaten the U.S.A.

I receive mailings from a wide variety of political thought from ACLU through the conservative Middle American News and beyond. Many have expressed alarm about the affect on our country of the above proposals. [...] One of these "working Groups" is the Council of Foreign Relations, which issued a 59-page document in 2005 advocating a "North American Union" with open borders so that people and goods could "flow freely" between the three countries. This CFR document also demanded that the United States implement Bush's Social Security "Totalization Agreement" between the U.S. and Mexico. "Totalization" would make all illegal immigrants and their families immediately eligible for Social Security benefits, a disaster for the Social Security Trust Fund.

To implement the North American Union, the CFR recommended the building of the "NAFTA Superhighway," an eight-lane highway through the middle of our country from the Mexican border into Canada. There would be no border inspections in order to facilitate the free flow of goods and labor between the three countries. Later on, the U.S. dollar would be replaced by the "Amero", modeled on the European Union's "Euro."

According to what I have been reading, these are the plans un-elected bureaucrats in the highest levels of our government, encouraged by our president, have in store for us.

by Leo T. Ratzer

Source: DailyHerald


The end of the beginning...

Mexico trucks to roll on U.S. highways
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Bush administration can proceed with a plan to open the U.S. border to long haul Mexican trucks as early as next week after an appeals court rejected a bid by labor, consumer and environmental interests to block the initiative. [...] The 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement approved broader access for ground shipments from both countries but the Clinton administration never complied with the trucking provision. A special tribunal ordered the Bush administration to do so in 2001. "This is the wrong decision for working men and women," Jim Hoffa, president of the Teamsters, said in a statement after the court ruling. "We believe this program clearly breaks the law." The Teamsters represents truckers that would be affected by the change. The emergency stay was sought on grounds the administration's pilot program had not satisfied the U.S. Congress' requirements on safety and other issues. But the appeals court ruled otherwise.

Source: Reuters, Sep 1. 2007

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