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NEW FINANCIAL ORDER = END OF AMERICA
September 10, 2009
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"No government is more powerful than the international corporate logos."

Tigger posted that on bionic's 'a government conspiracy' topic. Way to go kitty; you hit the bullseye with that one. It seemed fitting that this topic start with that statement.

Here is the article...

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid= ... p9VoPeHquI

I know it only says, "The dollar's role in international trade should be reduced...", but it sounds like they might be preparing for something worse down the road like the dollar taking another turn for the worse and then they have this new currency to fall back on. Maybe know something we don't?

By the way, the SDRs(special drawing rights), of the International Monetary Fund, that are mentioned further in the article, are described here...

http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/.....12740.html

This is part 4 of a very well researched rundown on the origins and evolutions of the coming new world order. It is a hard read, but, IMO, very much worth the time and effort; if nothing less, you will learn history. Part 1 has some great quotes on the subject by people that were there, including U.S. Presidents.
The part that mentions the SDRs is about halfway down the page of my link. It says,..

"Following the April 2009 G20 Summit, leaders issued a communique which set the groundwork for the creation of a global currency to replace the US dollar as the world reserve currency. The communique stated that, "We have agreed to support a general SDR allocation which will inject $250bn (L170bn) into the world economy and increase global liquidity." SDRs, or Special Drawing Rights, are "a synthetic paper currency issued by the International Monetary Fund." As the Telegraph reported, "the G20 leaders have activated the IMF's power to create money and begin global "quantitative easing". In doing so, they are putting a de facto world currency into play. It is outside the control of any sovereign body. Conspiracy theorists will love it."

Well, Mr. smarty pants, love is not the word this conspiracy theorist would use to describe that bit of news.

"History records that the money changers have used every form of abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means possible to maintain their control over governments by controlling money and its issuance." - James Madison

November 21, 2012
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Nov. 20, 2012,

Aussie, Canada dollars termed reserve currencies

Marking the onset of a multi-currency reserve system and a new era in world money, the IMF formally classified two commodity-rich currencies, Australian and Canadian dollar, as official reserve assets.

In a move that will see a downgrading of the Euro & the U.S Dollar.

From next year, the International Monetary Fund can ask member countries to include the Aussie and Loonie (Australian and Canadian dollars respectively) in statistics supplied by reserve-holding nations on the make-up of their central banks’ foreign exchange reserves.

Presently, the IMF uses five currencies ( dollar, euro, sterling, yen and Swiss franc) as official reserves.

The International Monetary Fund has named the Canadian and Australian dollars as official currency-reserves in the latest IMF report.

The IMF regularly reports its so-called Composition of Foreign Exchange Reserves, or Cofer, to gauge the currency stocks of central banks around the world. The overwhelming proportion of those reserves is held in just five currencies, deemed by many investors as ultra-safe: U.S. dollars, euros, British pounds, Japanese yen and Swiss francs.

But in an appendix tucked away in the final pages of a new IMF report on statistics, the fund acknowledged the rising use of the Canadian and Australian dollars as reserve currencies among some central banks. It said a survey of countries found that of the 10 other currencies held in central bank stocks, only the Australian and Canadian dollars are held by more than two countries.

In its past reports, the IMF has lumped the two dollars—known as the loonie and the Aussie—into an "other currencies" category. But now, the IMF plans to break them out and list them separately, as it already does for the five other major currencies. The exact timing isn't clear, but it would mark the first time the IMF designated a new reserve currency since the 1999 introduction of the euro.

Practically speaking, the break-out is a technicality. The report didn't appreciably move either currency in Monday trading. But longer term, it could underpin a sense of security that has already infused trading in those currencies and assets priced in them.

David Marsh, a co-chairman of the London-based Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum, said the move reflects growing diversification of the world's $10.5 trillion of reserves, and "is likely over time to exert wide-ranging impact on world bond and equity markets."

Still, Mr. Marsh says that expanding the official reporting list signals a new phase in the development of reserve money. "The IMF step has both practical and symbolic importance and will almost certainly promote further asset diversification among official and private asset managers," he said.

November 21, 2012
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The worst part for the U.S ......

As the U.S dollar falls, from it's round about' 96 cent's against the Australian & Canadian dollars. To the expected 30 cents against the Canadian & Australian dollar in the years to come.

This will mean, one U.S dollar will buy' 30 cents Canadian & Australian.

So ........ as the U.S dollar falls, ... the U.S debt level will rise.

Right now the U.S dollar is buys 96 odd Australian & Canadian cents, & The U.S.A's national debt now stands at around ...
$16 - $17 trillion dollars.

Now if the U.S dollar falls to just 50 cents against the Australian & Canadian dollars, the U.S national debt will double to around,
$32 -$34 trillion dollars.

If the U.S dollar falls to around 30 cents against the Canadian & Australian dollars, the U.S national debt will be around $47 - $50 Trillion dollars.

& that's just from the fall of your currency, & Assuming you don't spend a single cent on anything ever ... for the next 10 years or more.

For every U.S dollar you spend on the military & roads, healthcare ...... Your national debt increases. by 2.

1 U.S Dollar = 2 dollars Australian & Canadian in national Debt.

September 10, 2009
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Thanks, that reminds me I need to change my underwear, its been days Laugh

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid ... 021245516#

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September 10, 2009
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That link to Naomi Klein is a great link.
, MS.

Really informative.

Superconglomerate, corperate world 🙄

I swear one HUGE conglomerate owns all others..
Brand Illuminati?

The name of it is of no matter..the idea behind it is...

Stealthy, secret totalitarianism.

Willie Wonka quotes..
What is this Wonka, some kind of funhouse?
Why? Are you having fun?
A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.
We are the music makers, we are the dreamers of dreams

September 10, 2009
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"bionic" wrote: That link to Naomi Klein is a great link.
, MS.

Really informative.

Superconglomerate, corperate world 🙄

I swear one HUGE conglomerate owns all others..
Brand Illuminati?

The name of it is of no matter..the idea behind it is...

Stealthy, secret totalitarianism.

From what I read about the Illuminati: they were the Anti-Corporatists of their time.
How's that for re-branding.....

I support Naomi Klein by buying her books!

Try this Man

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confession ... ic_Hit_Man

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September 11, 2009
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This slow pc couldn't download your first link Monarch, but your second is very interesting. It sounds like this economic 'subversion' has been going on for at least a half century. There is no telling how many people are involved in 'The Open Conspiracy' as described in this article...

http://www.newswithviews.com/C.....ennis2.htm

Because we don't belong to this ultra power elite club, we are forced to play the game(life) according to the rules and regulations that they have set. Unless, of course, you choose to live outside of their laws; making you an outlaw, and that, sooner or later, will get you dead or behind bars.(thread in war on terror and homeland security section about this very thing)
It seems that all of our complaining and protesting against their grand scheme is but a flea on a camel's behind; not even felt much less seen or heard.

Maybe this is the final culmination(the only ending there could be) for man's unchecked pursuit of money - power - control.

"History records that the money changers have used every form of abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means possible to maintain their control over governments by controlling money and its issuance." - James Madison

September 12, 2009
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"gudskepteacal" wrote: This slow pc couldn't download your first link Monarch, but your second is very interesting. It sounds like this economic 'subversion' has been going on for at least a half century. There is no telling how many people are involved in 'The Open Conspiracy' as described in this article...

http://www.newswithviews.com/C.....ennis2.htm

Because we don't belong to this ultra power elite club, we are forced to play the game(life) according to the rules and regulations that they have set. Unless, of course, you choose to live outside of their laws; making you an outlaw, and that, sooner or later, will get you dead or behind bars.(thread in war on terror and homeland security section about this very thing)
It seems that all of our complaining and protesting against their grand scheme is but a flea on a camel's behind; not even felt much less seen or heard.

Maybe this is the final culmination(the only ending there could be) for man's unchecked pursuit of money - power - control.

Hint: try your local commons(library), I bet they have faster comm links there, and
books(liberal,progressive) and like my favorite library I can get real tea made from Tea Bags at
the little coffee counter. Why not try the library? It's your tax money put to great use.

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September 17, 2009
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Conspiracy theory? Really??

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v....._Uxvzfu3iM

This is not some uneducated, attention seeking, nut job saying these things. Ron Paul is a well respected, senior United States congressman who has been 'following the money' for many years and knows what he is talking about. Don't take my word, or Alex Jones' word, or any other 'conspiracy nut's' word, about this subject. Ignore what is coming at your own peril.

"History records that the money changers have used every form of abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means possible to maintain their control over governments by controlling money and its issuance." - James Madison

September 17, 2009
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"gudskepteacal" wrote: Conspiracy theory? Really??

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v....._Uxvzfu3iM

This is not some uneducated, attention seeking, nut job saying these things. Ron Paul is a well respected, senior United States congressman who has been 'following the money' for many years and knows what he is talking about. Don't take my word, or Alex Jones' word, or any other 'conspiracy nut's' word, about this subject. Ignore what is coming at your own peril.

Man, is that "all you people" do is spread fear at my own peril(you lost/are lost).
I do not fear your god any longer, either.
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and I've been to Texas(Dallas sucks), no thanks 😎

and water evaporates slower up here we are a blue state 😉

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