Europe has the Euro. Are you ready for The Amero?

by Paul Michael on 4 April 2007 74 comments

3 pres 2006

Hold onto your hats. (Or should that be dollars?) The Amero is coming. I’ve heard a lot of talk over the last few years about a new currency called the Amero that will replace dollars and pesos.

I thought at first it was just conjecture and gossip, but the more I have researched it, the more I believe it is not only real…but coming soon. And as a writer who has your best monetary interests at heart, I feel you need to know at least a little about this.

A North American Union (NAU) with a common currency is not a new idea. Herbert G. Grubel, a senior fellow of the Fraser Institute, came out with a book entitled “The Case for the Amero” in September of 1999. But the mass media has largely ignored it, with both the supporters and critics of the plan being relegated to obscure talk radio and Internet sites (hopefully, this one doesn’t fall into the latter).

However, since 1999 a case has been building for the new currency, and some believe the current administration is setting the stage for the introduction of the Amero very soon, as soon as 2010 some believe. The lack of serious intervention on illegal immigration coupled with the continued devaluation of the dollar and its weakness in the world economy is in fact the perfect place to set the foundation for a new currency. Or so I’ve been told by various economists with far more smarts than myself.

The Security And Prosperity Partnership Of North America.
This is where many people believe the Amero will stem from. This is not a phantom organization or conspiracy theory, the SPP exists and you can view it yourselves at www.spp.gov . It was a 'dialogue' (some say agreement) between President Bush, Prime Minister Harper and President Fox to enhance security and prosperity among the three nations (prosperity for whom is obviously debatable).

What you’ll notice is that the SPP is a trilateral partnership established to keep North America a safe and secure place to live and work. So why the open borders and lack of serious control on illegal immigration? Surely such a plan would involve tighter security, not weaker.

Well, it comes down to this. If there is a plan in the works to create a union of Canada, the USA and Mexico, the last thing you’d want to do is close the borders. Quite the opposite. You want open borders. It’s good for business. And as we all know, big business and large multi-national corporations are always looking for new ways to make a profit. The NAU and the Amero is one such way.

The AMERO – who benefits?
That’s the big question. Now, in Europe the Euro was not such a bad idea (although I know many people who disagree). The countries of Europe are all fairly well matched economically. So, it made sense to simply create a Euro and encourage cost-effective trade between all the separate nations (of course my home country Great Britain is still being difficult…as we always are). It also reduced a whole bunch of costs associated with exchange rates, fees and so forth.

However, Canada, the USA and Mexico are hardly the same economically. For a world super-power like the USA to consider diluting its economy with that of Canada and a ‘third world’ nation like Mexico, rife with corruption, seems at first ill-conceived. Unless, of course, the ultimate goal is to create “corporatism” – the merger of big business with big government (and something Mussolini referred to as the foundation of fascism).

Basically, with the NAU, multinationals are dealing with one currency (the Amero), one controlling entity (government) and one set of rules for all. And the benefit? Simple. To enable the sale, purchase and movement of goods across the former three nations effortlessly and cheaply. And let’s not forget the creation of a super-cheap workforce and the eventual destruction of the middle class (which is already happening).

As you can tell, I’m clearly not a supporter of the NAU. But I’m not a supporter of any policy that seeks to make the rich even richer, and make a profit at the expense of the public. As Tom DeWeese wrote in his article for the American Policy Center, “The SPP is not about free trade. Its use of public/private partnerships creates an elite of certain, chosen global corporations which basically become part of government at the expense of their competition and our national independence.”

The NAFTA Super Highway.

Also known as the Trans Texas Corridor, this is another huge benefit to big corporations that would be made possible by the NAU and the Amero.

Nafta highway

It is basically a massive super-highway, ten lanes wide, with rail lines, utility corridors and natural gas and oil power lines running down the center. It’s purpose? To transport containers loaded in foreign lands (Indonesia, China etc) from Mexican ports, through the USA and up to Canada with massively reduced transportation costs. Such a move would only decrease the security of America, to such an extent that the borders would literally be wiped out. And the flood of Mexican trucks using the highway would not be required to meet current US standards of safety. Getting the picture? At the end of the day, the Amero is a move to will make a select few so rich, they’ll make Bill Gates look like a welfare case. Money is power…and ultimately, that’s what this is all about.

What can you do about it?
Well, keeping yourselves informed is the first step. I haven’t even scratched the surface here. So far, the public has been kept in the dark about the Amero and the NAU, and before you get a chance to protest you’ll be spending you new, devalued currency and wondering what happened.

Here are the links to several sites you can read. I have included information that’s both for and against the NAU and Amero, you are all smart people, you can chew the facts over and make up your own minds.

More reading.

http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=15017

http://www.nascocorridor.com/pages/about/about.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_currency_union

http://oldfraser.lexi.net/publications/critical_issues/1999/amero/

http://www.americanpolicy.org/more/security.htm

http://www.spp.gov/security_agenda/index.asp?dName=security_agenda

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=50618

http://www.cfr.org/publication/8102/building_a_north_american_community.html

http://www.spp.gov/report_to_leaders/index.asp?dName=report_to_leaders

http://www.canadians.org/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_Union

http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=15497

http://www.answers.com/topic/security-and-prosperity-partnership-of-north-america

http://www.newswithviews.com/Spingola/deanna9.htm

http://www.scics.gc.ca/cinfo06/850105007_e.html

http://www.prosperitypartnership.org/

http://aftermathnews.wordpress.com/tag/borders-and-immigration/page/2/

http://www.american.edu/TED/dollar.htm

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Andrea Karim's picture

Now, I barely passed economics in college, so I could be wrong, but wouldn't a seriously devalued currency not bode well for anyone, even the insanely rich?

Paul Michael's picture

...i got the info from articles and reports written by people much smarter than myself. I wish I knew more than my feeble brain will allow.

Sarah Winfrey's picture

At risk of never being taken seriously again...would we have to call it "the Amero".  I'm sorry, it just sounds silly to me. 

Also, I had the same question Andrea did.  Though I never even had to take Economics (not quite sure why).  Devaluation just seems to = bad. I wish I could understand the reasons why that might not be so.

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Kris

As others have described themselves, I relate. I am not the sharpest knife in the drawer. However let me see if I can blither blabble an explanation I have in my minds eye on how a devalued currency can be a good thing for the insanely wealthy. So good in fact that some of them may die of a heart attack laughing.

The insanely wealthy for the most part do not hold their wealth in U.S. Dollars. Perhaps they hold their wealth in other foriegn currencies and precious metals?

As we look at the stock market today standard stocks backed by the U.S. dollar are spiroling down, and the federal government is pouring money into it like there is no tomorrow with little or no effect printing more money further decreasing the value of the dollar to the likes of which I have never personally seen before. But this does not affect the insanely wealthy because their wealth is not in those common stocks. The further the market goes down, the more money is lost, the more people pull out of the market at a loss, further accellerating the downward trend. Simultaineously more and more money gets invested into gold, silver, platnum, foriegn currencies further driving up those investments.

Basically as people flock from wall street like rats from a burning ship, the age old trusty wealth investments sky rocket. Making the wealthy even wealthier. While most of the common people end up destitute.

To add insult to injury, when the current currency is declared worthless and non legal tender, enters the Amero and you can trade your old currency for the Amero for pennies on the dollar...But this does not affect the wealthy because they are not using the U.S. Dollar within issues of barter and trade into the Amero.

A good lesson here is the Euro...When the Euro came into effect a conversion rate was established for each contry involved. Germany for instance was issued a 2 to 1 ratio conversion...Those who had German Marks basically lost half their wealth with the stroke of a pen. Greece was 340 to 1. But those who kept investments other than cash were impervious to the exchange.

Think of it in terms of the Stock Market. When is the time to buy? The old addage buy low and sell high.

So if you think of it this way, when the Dollar crashes, and the Amero comes into play...It is very good for the insanely rich because they have not lost a dime, the stock markets will be destitute, standard investors will be broke, and John Q citizen will be trading their U.S. Dollars for Ameros for pennies on the dollar scratching their heads wondering what happened.

In the mean tim guess who buys up and owns more corporate power than ever in history? You got it...The insanely wealthy.

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the currency that will be devaluated will be the dollar and because of that they will use the amero which will be strong. because no one knows of the amero then only those who changed their dollars before the dollar "crashed" will be powerful and very powerful beause they will have money.

Andrea Karim's picture

I'm actually quite in favor of opening up our borders some more and becoming closer with our neighboring nations. But the idea of accepting a devalued currency? I don't see any politician going for that. Not that the U.S. dollar is doing fabulously right now as it is, but still - certain Americans freaked out over the Star Spangled Banner being sung in Spanish, so I can't see this actually happening.

Good post, though.

Paul Michael's picture

...and I apologize to anyone with any kind of economic background. But say you're a multinational earning, let's say, $20 billion a year in pure profit. If I told you that by doing certain things (opening up borders for trade, a new currency, a super-highway across the US and so forth) you could triple your profit and reduce expenditure, would you care that the currency you're dealing in is worth less? In other terms, if I took the dollar bill out of your pocket and replaced it with 3 80 cent bills, would you be more or less satisfied? As the article states, the rich get richer. It is the middle class that will be hurt the most.

Troy Hadley's picture

Minute Men across the nation are either clutching their chests or loading their rifles.

It seems sort of logical that we would eventually all join together, but I don't see it happening in our lifetime. Fascinating idea.

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doing both man, doing both, and making calls

Paul Michael's picture

I think this one is coming sooner than you think. Maybe not by 2010, but when there's this much money and power involved, no-one has to ask the permission of the general public, know what I mean? I was listening to Jim Gilchrist on the radio recently and he knows all about the Amero and the NAU. I'm sure the MinuteMan project will also be just as powerless against this.

Paul Michael's picture

A few weeks ago, it was reported that 11 states are opposing the North American Unions, something that doesn't even exist yet. Hmm, now why would that be? What's the old saying about no smoke without fire?

http://www.theconservativevoice.com/article/23385.html
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Please google: "the converging crisis" its a 2 part video that gives you the bigger picture behind all of this. The America we all know and love will be gone forever. We as a people are entering a different world that will be worst than any thing we can ever imagine. The bible predicts it.

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Now, I can see our current President being in favor of something like this, because he's an oil-man and money talks. But I imagine that his base, as well as the rest of the nation, would balk at the idea. 

But honestly, some conservative Christians believe that the formation of the UN is one of the signs of the anit-Christ. So, there's smoke, and then there's smoke. In fact, just as I was thinking about that, I went to that conservative site, and lo and behold, there's an ad for a book about how evil the UN is.

We're talking about a site that Michelle Malkin writes for.

Mind you, it's not like our illustrious leaders have recently been taking things like, oh, the democratic process and the will of the people into account when making decisions regarding national and international policy. So never say never, right?

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A more recent picture including all members currently in power may be appropriate...

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are the ones who met on the SPP (Bush, Fox, Harper). Does that not suffice?

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jess

you should really watch freedom to fascism. it even covers the super highway (official name: NAFTA Super Highway) and it is going to be a lot more than just one up the middle like that picture shows

(a href="http://youtube.com/watch?v=zsZO6G7dfpI"http://youtube.com/watch?v=zsZO6G7dfpI)

I can't even stress how important it is to know your rights.

Like the fact that if you give a cop permission to search your car w/o a search warrant you are saying "hey! i dont care about my protection from illegal search and seizure! F*&% the fourth amendment!"

well this is way way way more important than that.

this is literally about your future enslavement
109 min now will protect you from all sorts of effed up things the government is planning. Congress doesn't even know about most of these things. National ID cards, RFID (radio frequency chip implantation devices that can read all your personal information including your social security card from a card in your wallet in your purse...new passports already have them. Hit the chip with a hammer to break it with no obvious marks. these can be read by anyone who owns an RFID reader...including smart identity thefts).
I wish i was making this stuff up. Its all in the movie.

Like the lack of a law for federal income tax. In fact, more than one Supreme Court ruling has ruled it UNCONSTITUTIONAL!

Or did you know the Federal Reserve is actually a private bank?One that charges us interest on the money the government has constitutional rights to print for free?

You would be doing yourself a disservice not to watch.

This is definitely in my top 5 blogs to read, I really hope that someone will watch the movie and write a post on it.

There is also a website for the movie: http://freedomtofascism.com/
Paul Michael's picture

and see what I make of it. Sounds interesting to say the least.

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Andhru

Before express my opinion I want to say "Great Blog!"

This article is very interesting and I'm in absolutly agreement with it.

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Janet

All of this points to the very messages i have heard for years being preached in the Christian church. One money, one world order and control of the people to the point they have no freedoms left. Yes in deed it can and will happen sooner or later, unfortunately. It is prophecy as i see and it is happening little by little right before our eyes. I suggest people get ready, Jesus is coming, soon we will be going home!

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a_m_m_b

So on as a practical matter, anyone have any practical ideas for how to survive these item's coming to pass?

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Adel

Vote Ron Paul for President in 2008. He is OPPOSED to the creation of the NAU, is OPPOSED to anything that would undermine our sovereignty, and would DEFEND the liberty of the people.

Spread the word.

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Maybe we should just have the "Worldo." OK I admit that was a stupid comment, lol.

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see article at americanjourneydotblogspot regarding amero

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Koichi Ito

Sucess of European Single Currency. How about Amero (Single North American Currency) and Asian Single Currency. We are still no sure about Amero. Weather each country have their own coins and currencies that demoninated in Amero or Unifed design? I personally I favor all 3 Nations have different design on coins and currencies. Today I want to design Asian Single Currency that still does not have official name. I wish I get patented for designing Euro or Amero like Single Currency for Asia!

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Robert Wooller

No, I certainly am not ready for the Amero. I can't believe North America states are going down the road of a one continent government, which in turn will lead to a one world government, that will be in control of all of us through one currency, one military, one constitution and one capitalist corporation. Call it Nazism, communism, like them it is evil and no way do I or anybody else need it in my life, not at the moment and not ever.

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Have you seen the documentary Zeitgeist! the amero and the north american union are discussed! watch it with an open mind

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Jared

Hello All, Up above someone asked "So on as a practical matter, anyone have any practical ideas for how to survive these item's coming to pass?"

There are several things you can do to help ensure this NAU/AMERO thing does NOT happen if you are an American.
1st off, we are all ready in a Fascist Goverment so realize this. Our goverment is no longer Dems/Republicans working by/for the people but by/for the corporation. Our constitution, and our RIGHTS as Americans are under seige. Dont for a SECOND think "The voters wont support this" because this is NOT something that will be voted on, but more likley coerced into.

1. Vote for Ron Paul (even though he's running as a Republican, he is really a constitutionalist).
2. After Voting for Ron Paul, Register your self under the newly formed "Constitution Party".
3. Appoint/Nominate/and vote on New senate/house/judicial members who are constitution party members and will support, uphold, and protect the constitution.

If we don't do this, we WILL start world war 3 over defaulting on 30 TRILLION in National debt when they run the dollar into the dirt and default on all the foreing debt this country has in dollars. It will collapse the world economy, break the backs of the american working class down to poverty, and eventually make a bunch of all ready rich people even richer.

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Hopefully this might help to clarify some things.

Andrea Dicksen asked "Now, I barely passed economics in college, so I could be wrong, but wouldn't a seriously devalued currency not bode well for anyone, even the insanely rich?"

So let's change money to bread, both are just commodities after all, and the rich to bakers. The bakers make a delicious bread that we use for many purposes but the quality has been going downhill. There's been a bit of mold and it's kinda stale when we get it now. But the baker has a new bread which tastes good and is extremely fresh, it even travels well keeping fresh for weeks at a time. Which would you prefer to have?

For the truly rich it isn't about the money anymore but the power, after all they already control the money. The problem now is how to control everything else. The current economic upheaval is not a mistake but a well thought out plan. After all if a dollar won't purchase a loaf of bread wouldn't you prefer an amero which will?

The plan began decades ago with little tweaks to it along the way. The current stage began in the eighties and is nearing completion. The next stage will begin in late 2009 but people won't begin to recognize it until a year or two later. And even then many will refuse to acknowledge it but prefer to keep the status quo going.

Is there a way out? Yes. But it takes a complete change in the way the world is viewed and we won't get there in time.

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Paul, good article on a subject that will become even more critical over the next five years as economic stagnation brings pressure to the North American geopolitical landscape.

Canada and the U.S. under ONE currency would relegate Canada to a sub-state status.... imagine adding Mexico to the mix? Not pretty if you are Canadian; Questionable if you are Ameircan, and oh, joy if you are Mexican. I have added some thoughts at http://pacificgatepost.blogspot.com/2008/02/amero.html for those who have a moment.

Be well.

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Rich

One of the most practical things you can do now is get yourself out of debt. When the switch occurs, and it will (think Patriot Act with all the camera's everywhere that no one wants) the people who won't be able to walk away from their debts are the debt heavy middle class. Just like student loans, the government will make sure that you pay. It won't go away. So when the dollar is further devalued and they decide like someone said earlier and offer 3 Amero's for one dollar, those in debt won't see the light of day, because I'm sure their debt will be reflected in Amero's at that point -- just another way of keeping you in bondage. No one thought we'd be comfortable with paying $3 for gas, but that day is here. Wages are not rising. Most Americans are insulating themselves with debt as opposed to buying their way out of the system. The government, better yet the Republican Party, really doesn't want to do a thing to help Americans out. Their thinking is that American's were stupid for indulging in the first place, as if the baiting never took place.

Companies are definitely going to go for the Amero. Most American technology companies (the richest companies in the nation now) are already using low wage foreign workers. What they can't automate, they are going to look to pay the lowest price possible. That means Americans can hang it up when they open borders to the North and South. The camera's are already in place to "catch" crime, so you can forget about anarchy occurring.

People need to wake up and smell the coffee. American politicians have taken up the "Snoop Dogg" way of thinking -- "We don't love these ho's". If you don't know who the "ho" is, chances are the Vaseline has left you immune to the pain.

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we will become what mexico is and what russia was.

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Rich

One of the most practical things you can do now is get yourself out of debt. When the switch occurs, and it will (think Patriot Act with all the camera's everywhere that no one wants) the people who won't be able to walk away from their debts are the debt heavy middle class. Just like student loans, the government will make sure that you pay. It won't go away. So when the dollar is further devalued and they decide like someone said earlier and offer 3 Amero's for one dollar, those in debt won't see the light of day, because I'm sure their debt will be reflected in Amero's at that point -- just another way of keeping you in bondage. No one thought we'd be comfortable with paying $3 for gas, but that day is here. Wages are not rising. Most Americans are insulating themselves with debt as opposed to buying their way out of the system. The government, better yet the Republican Party, really doesn't want to do a thing to help Americans out. Their thinking is that American's were stupid for indulging in the first place, as if the baiting never took place.

Companies are definitely going to go for the Amero. Most American technology companies (the richest companies in the nation now) are already using low wage foreign workers. What they can't automate, they are going to look to pay the lowest price possible. That means Americans can hang it up when they open borders to the North and South. The camera's are already in place to "catch" crime, so you can forget about anarchy occurring.

People need to wake up and smell the coffee. American politicians have taken up the "Snoop Dogg" way of thinking -- "We don't love these ho's". If you don't know who the "ho" is, chances are the Vaseline has left you immune to the pain.

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Amero.at

That's the hottest rumor right now. I've read countless articles on the subject, and I think America will have a new currency by November 2010 -- b4 2012:)

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mikel

I do believe this will happen and with the US in a ressesion. with the ressesion it will be easier to change the US citezens minds about changing the currency to one with a better economic value and mexico will obviously get alot out of this but with canada I think the only thing it will really get is more tourism more known and more powerful and of course the rich will approve of this and mexico will too only the middle classed wont so in my oppinion it will come probualy not by 2010 but soon I would say by 2015.

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Joseph Flores

Everyone listen, these are all signs of what will come to pass, please read the book of revelation in the bible and u will see that its true.Even if u dont believe , just read it and u will see it really is true ! Please take these signs as warnings from God and accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, thats how u will be saved, Best decision u could ever make! =)

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Joseph Flores - "That's maybe your opinion, man!"

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alan

Things are a mess and its not getting better. The way I see it, Canada has loads of natural resoucres. Mexico has oil and cheap labor and the US has a lot of debt. So to me it makes sence that we will do this. Everything done in our economy is gimmics and short term gains. The world is getting smaller and I think we will follow Europe and unite.

I have a feeling that some major event will take place to trigger to make the change.
I think the Amero is years away, unless its being worked on behind the sceens.
I lived in Japan for four years using Yen. I paid all my bills, bought food, entertained my family using Yen. I don't care what the money looks like it all does the same thing.
I do agree that our lifestyle will take a major hit. We are getting raedy to take a hit now with this bail-out.
Changing to the Amero is a good way to pull some other funny stuff under its cover.

The Amero has nothing to do with religion, its money like the dollar, the world did not come to an end when the dollar came about did it?

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RDW

This isn't possible, speaking as a Masters Level Economist, none of this would ever happen, or else there would be massive revolution. Plus, why would we be building a "wall" separating Mexico from the US if we are gonna build this enormous superhighway. Such a joke, LOL.

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benjamin check

you must have gotten your degree by mailing in cereal box tops. They are bringing home 5000 troops from combat to be "re-trained" to deal with civil unrest...Announced it yesterday, the dude with the amero (Hal Turner)coin in the video said it 2 weeks ago. The aclu is suing the federal govt for separation of military and police powers. What civil unrest is coming where you might need 5000 well trained infantry troops on call? What about the national guard? you need to get your head out of you know what, and stop mentioning you have a degree. There is no degree in common sense....

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KrisH

I am usually nice...But I simply cannot resist this...

Ummm Master economist? What wall Genius? Where is the allocation funding for this fantasy wall the congress appproved???

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Tom McEvilley

The NAFTA Superhighway will also by- pass the strongly pro-union ports of LA and Long Beach, further eroding what are now the busiest ports in the US

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Roberto

Just so you know Mexico is not a "Third Wolrd" nation... Our GDP is above Canada's. You could perhaps call it a devoloping country. We are among world's 12th biggest economies... and we have much more culture than U.S.A. and Canada together. The whole world doesn't hate us. Actually they really like us, expcept obviously for people from USA. (We are all Americans... we are even more americans than you, our ancestors the Spaniards got here first)

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Dwane

I'm mexican too, I know we have a rich culture, I also know that spanish f... up us with theyr religion and "culture" as well, but you need to go over what peopple say on TV my friend, no ofense, but the reason why we went into that 12 group and why we signed the NAFTA, was because of the 3 ceros taken off from our currency, remember?
before we used thousands now we use pesitos, do you know the diference between buying a car (lets say vochito because of the timeframe "1990´s"), for 60 000 000 pesos, to 60 000 pesos from one day to another.
know we are talking, we droop down prices for 1000%
to compare with those economies, but we are not even half of that (except for mexico city, guadalajara and monterrey witch economies are now "urbanizadas").

My apologies for spelling, but I´m a spanish speaking person.

Saludos a todos!!!!!

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Mexican-American

This dude is a typical example of someone with a problem of self esteem... so many people always say the same crap. Let me just remind Roberto that Mexico has a population of over 100 million of which 50% or more live in extreme poverty. Sure, we might be one of the 12th biggest economies, but the people making and keeping that money are less than 100, in other words, thieves. Now to the culture point... Roberto, do you have any idea what culture means? The U.S.A. had indians living there before the english arrived... what about all the culture that has come out of the U.S.A. in the last 100 years? What the hell are you talking about? Then you mention the spaniards as our ancestors... tehy came over to this land and massacred millions of natives... The real ancestors are the aztecs, mayas, olmecs, etc... Don't forget you live in a country that has always wanted to be like the U.S.A. Just take a look around Mexico City... full of McDonald's, Starbucks, 7-11's... get a clue you moron...

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DWANE

How much is a coke in the States?
How much is it in México?
How much is it in Canada?
Please just answer, if you are interested in knowing economics.

By the way I apologize if my spelling is not as good as I'll like, but I'm a spanish speaking person, from UNAM, in the "Facultad de economia" school,
yeah in México!

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Parker jews

The comment about donkey punching a person is not cool and you should be shame of yourself for even thinking about doing that to a person not to mention involving a donkey. A donkey punch is no laughing matter my friend! Go to bed early pal, it's time for bedtime. How dare you talk about donkey cum pounding facial punching someone in the nads!

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Caleb

This was a very good blog about the Amero and I agree it's only scratching the surface of the information about this subject.

In my research I have found and noticed that I can't find any documentation of any "Amero" that isn't in a coin form. I was speaking with my Father about this and I asked what his opinion was on why they would want to move backwards it would seem to having a coined currency again.

His thoughts on the matter were startling to say the least... If you were going to try to work toward a new world order and you wanted to control the currency, what would you do? You would need something that everyone can have and use everywhere with easy. So now you're probably asking "Why coins then?" The answer is we are a people of convenience and coins would be inconvenient, SO. We all of a fit about the new coin we have to carry and we get tired of it and decide to just use our Debit and Credit cards instead, I mean it's alot easier to do that than carry a coin purse right?

When we make the fatal mistake of switching to using Credit and we become a cashless society it would take nothing to switch everyone to a global currency due to the fact that we're all be using chips or plastic cards anyway, nothing will have to change for us at that point...

As much of a pain as it may be, use the coins and don't give into their plans of a cashless society.

Thank you for your time and consideration.
I hope you found what i had to say to be at least interesting.

Sigurd.

United States Citizen. Born and Raised. Life without Freedom is simply existing.

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The post by Siqurd makes sense but I believe coins will still be used to make change for small purchases, especially for those at the bottom of the economic ladder unable to obtain a credit or debit card.

I don't claim that the following is factual or not but there is also some indication that paper "amero" banknotes might also be planned as shown at this link:

http://good-times.webshots.com/album/570133614EucDQn?vhost=good-times

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it's been a long day and i just wanted to say sorry for some of the spelling and grammatical errors. I'm really not that un-educated.

Thanks

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Kris H, what do you mean you've never heard of the border wall? It's a wall that the U.S. is building, on the border with Mexico. They're almost done building it where I live. The weird thing is that It's only 700 miles long, and has gaps in places. I think that when they start circulating the Amero, the U.S. is going to take down this wall, and sell it to Mexico. Then Mexico will put it on it's southern border.

I actually support the Amero. If we don't do this soon, the Euro is going to keep kicking our ass. Until recently, 1 Euro bought about 1.60 dollars. I'm thinking that the U.S. government has a Euro dollar exchange rate number that will force them to admit that there will be an Amero. I say that # may be 1 Euro = 2 Dollars. That Number may come quite soon becuase on january 1, 2009 the Euro is adding another country.

Also the real Union of South America already has plans for a common currency. If they beat North America to a common currency they may take the name Amero from us, and that would be very bad. There are Official plans for a middle eastern common currency called the Khaleeji starting sometime in 2010. There will also be a common currency called the Eco, for parts of Africa by December 1, 2009. Also Parts of Asia called ASEAN + 3, have plans for a common currency, but they haven't said when it's going to be available. So North America would need an Amero by 2010, or we would be one of the last common currencies.

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The wall that was approved and funded to be built on the boarder of Mexico and the United States is real. The only problem is that it was a sham. They approved of it and set funding aside for it so that the people of the USA would shut up about boarder control, because it's something that is worrisome to the people of the U.S.

They began building it but only built roughly four miles of this wall so that they could tell the people and show them there was in fact a wall and they (the government) were doing their jobs to protect the boarder of the U.S.A.

The reason they didn't go through with finishing this wall is it would be counter productive for them to build something that is going to be pointless within the next five years. The Amero already is in existence, in fact I've read reports of China receiving Eight hundred billion of the Amero's from our Denver ment. I find it funny that i read about China receiving this amount of the Amero about a month ago and tonight on NPR i heard that the U.S. Government is going to be going forward with a Eight hundred billion dollar bail out plan... Kinda interesting... When they asked where all of that money was going to come from for the government to hand out like that they said that it would come from other countries buying Government bonds or whatnot.

Here's a scary thought for anyone who has ever bought a car.
When you take out a loan for your car, who owns it? you get to use the car and you have to take care of the car but the car really belongs to the lean holder... so. When you take out a loan for your country, who owns the country? you get to use the country and you have to take care of it, but at the end of the day, who owns it?

The Amero is going to happen whether we like it or not, and no-one is going to take the name before us because we already have it, it's just not in circulation yet. It's only a matter of time. Probably within the next year or two in my opinion.

And Kris AKA #48.

I agree with what you had to say and I believe that what you said and what I had said earlier go hand in hand and that my friend is a very scary thing.

Sigurd.

United States Citizen. Born and Raised. Life without Freedom is simply existing.

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amero new currency is here to stay mexico need a dateline already and is gonna be by 2009 thru 2010, thats the word out there, usa need to pay more than 300 trillions in interest to china ,and china is already waiting to happen soon, usa giving up the dollar is around the corner along with mexico and canada,theres some rumors about the superhighway is under construction already,in texas,and texas people dont know about it,so just be alert about whats happening around us cause there a lot of new laws and you dont know about it, theres a lot government secrets ,and they dont want you to know nothing

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Look, I'm not here to change the world... nor am i hear to stop the elites... I just want to be prepared for the next age. If the Amero passes... where should we all have our money in? Which currencies devalue? which ones increase in value? I am not the smartest person here but I just took a simple logic of the "Mean" value between the canadien dollar, us dollar and peso... which leaves the peso's value increased... does this make sense? It's like saying, Project Neighborhood will now be combined with Wealthy Neighborhood... well, Project Neighborhood will increase in value and Wealthy Neighborhood will crash... Or will they both crash?!!

I will be offshoring money really soon... is the Peso safe? commodities? euro? thoughts please.

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caliworkforc if I were you I would consider, Euros, Pounds, or Swiss Francs. The Euro is already gaining value, about a week ago it used to buy 1.26 Dollars, and now it buys about 1.34 Dollars. I wouldn't consider the Peso or the Canadian Dollar, their value depends on the value of the Dollar. If dollar devalues, so do the Peso and the Canadian Dollar. I think this is why they want to introduce the Amero. Also if they introduce the Amero, what are they going to do with countries that use Dollars as their currency like Ecuador and Panama?

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"At risk of never being taken seriously again...would we have to call it "the Amero". I'm sorry, it just sounds silly to me. "

I'm with you.

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Check out the new amero banknotes shown at http://www.flickr.com/photos/25630685@N03/

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None of your oppinions really matter, whats going to happen will, and thats just that, and don't be quick to think thats a stupid comment,"Maybe we should just have the "Worldo." OK I admit that was a stupid comment, lol."(comment17),the "worldo" or a single currency that runs through out the world is the NEXT step.

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None of your oppinions really matter, whats going to happen will, and thats just that, and don't be quick to think thats a stupid comment,"Maybe we should just have the "Worldo." OK I admit that was a stupid comment, lol."(comment17),the "worldo" or a single currency that runs through out the world is the NEXT step.

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JANUARY 2010.... who would of thought that americans will be fighting against introducing socialism in the USA?! crazy!! Hopefully the amero will never come thru....

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This isn't possible, speaking as a Masters Level Economist, none of this would ever happen, or else there would be massive revolution. Plus, why would we be building a "wall" separating Mexico from the US if we are gonna build this enormous superhighway.

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