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Friday, December 14, 2007

Images of the new US Amero coin being minted at Denver

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The new US Amero currency
A photograph. Note the Denver mint mark. Other Amero coin pictures can be seen here, here and here. Photographs of the Amero notes can be found here, here and here.

The new Amero currency is a Washington DC corporate plan to obfuscate the US national bankruptcy. Decision-makers in Canada and Mexico have been paid substantial bribes to nod through covert legislation enabling the change.

Corrupt new North American Amero currency plan has fatal flaws
The new coins and notes have been minted at The United States Mint at Denver, Colorado, and elsewhere. Container loads of the currency have been distributed throughout the world with particularly large consignments being sent to China.

The North American Union (NAU) Amero will replace the US dollar and will become legal tender throughout the USA, Canada and Mexico. The idea is to unite Canadian resources and Mexican cheap labour with the USA's national bankruptcy.

The new currency Amero plan has many fatal flaws. It will unilaterally take away Canadian sovereignty without consulting the Canadian people. Many Americans do not want to compete with Mexicans for jobs flipping hamburgers.

The new Amero currency plan calls for trading one US dollar for 10 Amero cents which will be a huge devaluation in disguise. It will devalue the dollar holdings of foreigners and will mean the US reneging on its debts, which is a deliberate destabilisation stratagem hatched by the corporate bond holders who control the Obama White House.

The United States Mint was created by Congress on the 2nd April 1792, within the Department of State. The Mint was made an independent agency in 1799, and under the Coinage Act of 1873, became part of the US Treasury Department.

More background about the North American Union (NAU) can be found

Details about the original Amero newsbreak can be found

March 2010 update here (05.03.10).


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Blogger Jacii said...

you do realize this is totally fake, right?

Designer of the coins:

Snopes article on it:

silly people.

7:37 am  
Anonymous Adrian P said...

or radio

7:29 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

People just make up stories and the lemmings suck in in.

11:06 pm  
Anonymous how to improve credit score said...

In August 2007, rumors and conspiracy theories began circulating across the Internet regarding alleged United States Treasury-issued amero coins.

11:25 am  

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