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How realistic is a North American currency?

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If you would have asked me 5 years ago if a 1.2 trillion dollar stimulus would be passed, I would say not very likely. It happened, along with a whole slew of other unbelievable things.

Therefore, I rule nothing out, no matter how improbable.


If the US Dollar

collapses, then the next step will be the AMERO. Maybe Obama is the fall guy for the collapse of the dollar, the introduction of the AMERO, and the American Union.

He has been pushed by his advisers into this big stimulus package; he does not have the wisdom or experience to put this together on his own. He is an unknown that came out of nowhere, and maybe his ultimate role is fall guy. The people will need someone to blame...

I can't believe Wall St. Journal mentioning NWO and North

American currency.

"Reality is the leading cause of stress amongst those in touch with it."
--Jane Wagner

As it stands

I would say it is highly likely.

To many people are still ignorant. How long it will last not long I hope. I am of the belief that NAU currency will be enough to wake a very large number up with a sudden jolt. No doubt many hear much of what us and other say about whats going on and pay little mind to it due to thier conditioning. But a sudden shock of that magnitude would suddenly make most of those sceptics realise how very right we have been for so very long.

I am also of the mind that they have been allowed to go to far already and ahave enough robots/drones that civil war over this very issue is a fairly high possibility as well.

The Abuse of Greatness is when it disjoins remorse from power. - Shakespeare

I offer that the probability

of a North American currency becoming reality will be proportional to the level of fear being experienced by the average American citizen.

Isn't that what is being propagated now?

Isn't that how they get most of their "solutions" to be accepted?
Problem, Reaction, Solution...
I would have to agree, Gil.

"Life's tough......It's even tougher if you're stupid."
-John Wayne

Attempts to instill fear

in the hearts of average Americans have been launched, there is no question about that. Those attempts will not succeed if average Americans are fearless in the face of the onslaught. What is the probability that Americans will be fearless? I have no idea, but my belief is that we can affect the outcome by obtaining and disseminating pertinent knowledge in forums such as this one with the deliberate intent to dispel any fear.

How realistic is a North American currency?

on a scale of 1 to 10 .... 0 !

Thanks for clearing that up.

That 1 to 10 scale is VERY convincing....

"Life's tough......It's even tougher if you're stupid."
-John Wayne


and a link to the original article.



I couldn't seem to link to the original article.I found it on infowars though. Hopefully the mods will "modify" my OP to include it. Sorry for the inconvenience.

"Life's tough......It's even tougher if you're stupid."
-John Wayne