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  • Ragnar Redbeard
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    Well for what it is worth, I located this on Snopes.com, the rumor busting site.
    http://www.snopes.com/politics/business/amero.asp

    Of course wouldn't it be grand for the gov. to have a simple covert site like this to dispel any rumors of their plans?

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  • Big_Saw
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    Originally posted by TheLastMountainMan View Post
    From what I heard, the Amero is part of the North American Union that they are getting ready to go public with. North American Union is Canada, United States and Mexico under one currency, and the sell of I-35. I-35 will be a interstate that will allow cargo to come from Mexico to Canada with out having to go through customs. Relatives in Texas tells me that construction for this Interstate has been going on for at least a year now. I have read some where this is going to happen but cannot verify this as fact, so take it for what its worth.
    Yeah...welcome to MEXIMERICANADA.....or CANAMEXIMERICA...or maybe even the AMERICAN FEDRATION....or perhaps the UNION OF AMERICAN SOCIALIST REPUBLICS...yeah...probably that one....the the U.A.S.R.

    Friggin' commies.

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  • TheLastMountainMan
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    From what I heard, the Amero is part of the North American Union that they are getting ready to go public with. North American Union is Canada, United States and Mexico under one currency, and the sell of I-35. I-35 will be a interstate that will allow cargo to come from Mexico to Canada with out having to go through customs. Relatives in Texas tells me that construction for this Interstate has been going on for at least a year now. I have read some where this is going to happen but cannot verify this as fact, so take it for what its worth.

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  • open2think
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    exchange rate

    Well if history has anything to say about the AMERO exchange rate it is that back in the 1920's late 20's our U.S gov't was tricked into allowing the FED family owned Reserve Print our money!! So then what happen short and quick history lesson they said bring all your gold to your local banks and we'll give you Dollars instead for it. AND IF YOU DON'T jail time is what you'll serve if caught with more then such and such amount!! Well the folks brought their gold in and got what 25% to 35% on the dollar worth. So a big blow was taken for that exchange to the come man and women!!

    Well if they do go the Amero route which i'm still a solid 50-50 on, BUT I do agree fully they are KILLING this dollar bill as we all can see and feel!! But if they did do the Amero the Exchange would be similar as that is why I can see these big Companies selling and mergeing to gather wealth cause yes even they would have to exchange there dollars in so get as many as you can is their idea!!

    But best bet is to realize this world is degressing and not progessing anymore. Get some land and a hobby farm. Peace:cool:

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  • Ragnar Redbeard
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    Check out Ebay, there are alot of amero new concept coins
    http://search.ebay.com/amero_W0QQ_trksidZm37QQfromZR40

    or just type in Amero kooky, huh?

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  • Ragnar Redbeard
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    I have a friend who is deep in the "Sovereignty" crowd, you know, the guys who destroy their strawman. Anyway, they are predicting the introduction of the Amero within the next few months while others think alittle longer, but they say it will be this year.

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  • Big_Saw
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    Originally posted by Diesel View Post
    I'm starting the all NEW Xcolonero !!!

    It is worth what ever I tell you it is worth, so come one, come all, come get your Xcolonero's!!

    WTF? LMAO!!! This belongs in the "for sale" forum, dammit!

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  • Diesel
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    I'm starting the all NEW Xcolonero !!!

    It is worth what ever I tell you it is worth, so come one, come all, come get your Xcolonero's!!

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  • Visinedrops
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    Exchange rates are not available from anything I can research as of yet, but I have found a site http://www.dc-coin.com/index.asp?Pag...ATS&Category=8 that will sell a 100 denomination Amero for $65, which is a 1 oz silver coin, or a 20 denomination gold-finish coin for $19. 1 troy oz of silver estimated at $18-$22.

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  • TLM
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    Originally posted by Diesel View Post
    I've said it before and I'll say it again.

    Invest in something that people will want.

    When the SHTF I will not be seeking or trading people for bling, will you?

    Things I will want, trade for or see value in? Food, Ammo, Rifles, Transportation, Fuel, Comm, Power, Shelter

    If I have extra of any of these things, and you offer me gold or silver for it? I'm going to tell you to stick it where the sun don't shine.

    Think about it.
    True, but the original topic was about the Amero, not SHTF.
    How do you know what kind of exchange rate you will be given for any dollars you have, or any in your bank? What if they try to do something humanitarian and give the Mexicans a better exchange rate on their Peso's and screw Americans on their exchange rate to level the playing field so to speak?

    I think Gold will hold a decent exchange rate because it is an internationally
    recogized form of money and/or store of wealth.

    That was the context I brought up the Gold issue....
    Just for further clarification... I will be making homemade bread 1 month after
    TSHTF and will only take Gold or silver in exchange. ;) :)

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  • Diesel
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    I've said it before and I'll say it again.

    Invest in something that people will want.

    When the SHTF I will not be seeking or trading people for bling, will you?

    Things I will want, trade for or see value in? Food, Ammo, Rifles, Transportation, Fuel, Comm, Power, Shelter

    If I have extra of any of these things, and you offer me gold or silver for it? I'm going to tell you to stick it where the sun don't shine.

    Think about it.

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  • TLM
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    Physical ownership of Precious metals is one of the very few investments that are not someone else's liability.

    Gold in Fort Knox????
    There has not been an independent audit done in nearly 50 years.
    The King has no clothes, or does he?
    We may never know.

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  • Visinedrops
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    Originally posted by beebopcop View Post
    Unfortunately, the only thing that our current dollar is based on is the trust that we have in it. The government says that $5 is worth $5 and we say OK. There is not enough gold (if any) in Ft. Knox to support the dollars on the books in the US. It's a fantasy.
    bbc
    In this article (http://www.gold-eagle.com/editorials...rby062806.html), it states that our constitutional currency used to be based on the premise of exchanging a silver note on the spot for silver coin of appropriate value. One dollar, constitutionally, was represented as roughly 25 grains of gold. You recieved a certificate from an individual for purchase of something, and could readily exchange the certificate for 25 grains 900/1000 fine gold.

    Since doing this research, I have become even more familiar with the aspect of what currency is, in relation to how I (and many others) have perceived it to be. National debt is the amount of currency produced against ourselves. To purchase anything is to accept the debt of another, in order to cause the next to become in debt...

    Anyway...I could ramble on, but I'm not gonna.

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  • beebopcop
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    Originally posted by Visinedrops View Post
    What makes me the most worried about this particular scheme is the thought that we, as Americans, will be forced to accept this new currency which is not backed by anything other than the need for a currency. Its value will be determined by the amount of trust people place into it, and it will not be backed by anything other than faith.

    If I stamped a coin with my face on the front, and a picture of a dog's leavings on the back, and told someone they have to use that particular coin to buy anything from me, the value of that coin will be worth as much as I decide it is. There is nothing else to back the value of it other than the willingness of someone else to trade as many coins as I request for a certain item.
    Unfortunately, the only thing that our current dollar is based on is the trust that we have in it. The government says that $5 is worth $5 and we say OK. There is not enough gold (if any) in Ft. Knox to support the dollars on the books in the US. It's a fantasy.
    bbc

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  • Visinedrops
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    What makes me the most worried about this particular scheme is the thought that we, as Americans, will be forced to accept this new currency which is not backed by anything other than the need for a currency. Its value will be determined by the amount of trust people place into it, and it will not be backed by anything other than faith.

    If I stamped a coin with my face on the front, and a picture of a dog's leavings on the back, and told someone they have to use that particular coin to buy anything from me, the value of that coin will be worth as much as I decide it is. There is nothing else to back the value of it other than the willingness of someone else to trade as many coins as I request for a certain item.

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