Sunday, March 15, 2009

Embrace a world currency, or not

It should be obvious to everyone by now that the manufactured world economic crisis has a pre-planned agenda, a one world currency controlled by a world central bank run by a handful of the world's bankers. A cashless, micro-chipped way to further destroy sovereign nations, including our own US, and enslave those that happen to survive.

Bob Chapman at The International Forecaster says;

We are hearing more and more about digital gold as a private-bank solution to potential devaluation of fiat currencies. The May/June issue of the CFR’s, Foreign Affairs magazine, Brenn Steil a senior fellow and director of International Economics, who has been on loan from the parent Royal Institute in London since 1996, says digital gold, “although a niche business at present, gold banking has grown dramatically in recent years in tandem with the dollar’s decline.” Mr. Steil was the Illuminist who drew up the plans for the North American Union and the Amero. If there is digital gold out there somewhere we haven’t heard about it.

The new approach to a world currency obviously will be digital gold. This way they can introduce a one-world currency backed by gold to make it acceptable to the world public. The digital nature means government would know every aspect of your financial life and would control you and your country. The gold storage would, of course, be controlled by the Illuminists. The elitists have come to the conclusion another fiat currency is not going to be acceptable. This is why JP Morgan Chase, Citicorp and Goldman Sachs talk in terms of $2,000 gold and UBS projects $2,500. Historically such benchmarks are usually and normally exceeded by prices from $3,000 to $7,000.

Steil says countries should abandon monetary nationalism and embrace a world currency. more

Globalist shill Nobel prize winner backs world currency.

KAZAKH President Nursultan Nazarbayev has won backing for his plan for a single world currency from an intellectual architect of the euro currency, Nobel-prize winner Professor Robert Mundell.

Nazarbayev, speaking at an economic forum in the glitzy new capital he has built on the Kazakh steppe, defended his proposal for the "acmetal'' world currency saying it might "look kind of funny'' but was not.

And he received intellectual support from the Canadian economist Prof Mundell, who helped lay the intellectual groundwork for Europe's single currency.

"I must say that I agree with President Nazarbayev on his statement and many of the things he said in his plan, the project he made for the world currency, and I believe I'm right on track with what he's saying,'' Prof Mundell said, adding the idea held "great promise''.

Mr Nazarbayev and Prof Mundell urged the Group of 20 leading developed and developing economies to form a working group on the proposal at their summit on the global economic crisis in London on April 2.

"We should deliver our thoughts and the thoughts of this conference to the leaders of those countries,'' Mr Nazarbayev said, referring to the G8 and G20 nations.

According to N. Nazarbayev the current crisis is a result of imperfection of the world currency which does not correspond to changes in the world; it is not democratic and the world currency market is uncompetitive and uncivilized.

Russia is not so sure.

MOSCOW: Russia gave a cool reception on Saturday to a Kazakh proposal for a new global currency, saying it may be a topic for discussion among a loose, Russia-dominated economic grouping of just five former Soviet states.

Patrick Brown in Planting Seeds for One World Currency and New World Order says;
These articles and those alluding to a "new world order" seem to be in the papers daily these days.

For those who have not studied "The Creature from Jekyll Island", this is exactly the same kind of propaganda campaign that was discreetly promulgated in the years leading up to the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. The campaign leading up to 1913 was instigated and paid for by the banks, discreetly, and in such a way that the public thought the banks were actually against such a plan.

The amount of coverage on this as of late smacks to me of the same thing - a carefully orchestrated plan to "float" the idea before presenting it formally to both flush out any obvious opposition and to get the public used to the idea.

From How the Financial Crisis Meltdown Will End

This is all The Hegelian Principle, being put into practice. First used by the Romans over 2000 years ago.

  • It is a simple principle. It has only three steps:
  • Step one: CREATE A "PROBLEM": Create it or take one that does exist and build it up out of all proportion to its real importance; The Financial Crisis Meltdown.
  • Step Two: PUBLICIZE THE "PROBLEM": Make sure a story about this problem appears in the news media each and every day, in newspapers, news magazines, radio, and television. Hit it again and again in a "steady drumbeat" that soon has people who don't pay real attention to politics (which is the majority of them) clamoring for a "solution" to the problem; Things will get so bad that the sheepal will beg for a solution.
  • Step Three: OFFER A "SOLUTION": A solution that takes away one or more of our rights and further undermines the constitutional protections we all are supposed to enjoy. One that involves higher taxes (to pay for this "solution," of course), and one we would not have allowed them to do without this previous conditioning of the public; The new One World Currency.
After things have gotten so bad, then the sheepal will be begging for The One World Order with the One World Currency.

Check out the following for a good background. Must reads.
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Watch the main stream media as they work to manipulate public opinion towards a one world currency. Sure, there will be controlled opposition to it but it's all part of the game.

We can accept one currency and a one world government or we can resist.

Perhaps state sovereign rights is a start. Maybe secession from the US and the world order is our only hope. This would be difficult and violent. The bankers and their allies won't go down easy.


  1. The new approach to a world currency obviously will be digital gold

    Digital Gold? Sounds like a fancy term for fiat money.

    Digital? In other words, "Trust Us," the gold is in good hands and secure, really.
    We won't let this get away from us and crash the economy, unless we see the need to put you wage slaves in your place.

    There isn't enough gold in the galaxy, digital or otherwise, to back up the US dollar, let alone a world-wide currency.

    We're being sold a bill of goods by the descendants of the same mother fuckers that created the Fed in 1913.

  2. Don't try to demonize digital gold.
    Private currency, private digital gold currency and community currency are solutions to the problem. One centralized currency product is NOT a solution. Digital gold currency created by private companies such as has been around for over 10 years now and no one has lost a dime. The decentralization of currency products, with many currencies, in many jurisdictions is a workable solution and everyone I know is moving in that direction. Use the digital currency if you trust the issuers, if not use fiat or issue your own currency. Gold backed currency is an advocate for individual freedom and privacy, IT protects property rights, that is....PRIVATELY ISSUED CURRENCY in direct competition to the gov. issued stuff. Learn more at DGCmagazine Check out the honest money legislation pending in 5 states right now, decentralized private issuers of digital gold currency...they all agree to that. States moving back to private gold money as outlined in the U.S. Constitution, that does not sound "Global" to me, these Princeton graduates self acclaimed smart guys are full of crap.
    Gold is a universal solution for local and global trade, but under no circumstances would there be just one currency. Perhaps a thousand privately issued currencies each backed by gold through there own private issuers. This make trade much easier, because a gram of gold under my brand is equal to a gram of gold with Greg Bacon as the issuer or Ahmed in Egypt or Peter in Russia, who cares what private brand it has on it, a gram is a gram is a gram all around the world. This is why digital gold is a very good solution.

    Mark Herpel
    Skype IM "digitalcurrency"

  3. Mark,
    The problem is not with privately issued currency or 'digital gold' but with a central bank controlling it.

    Decentralization, if done honestly, is an approach whose time may be coming.

  4. Perhaps a thousand privately issued currencies each backed by gold through there own private issuers

    And all of those "bankers" issuing their own currency led to destablilization and economic recessions in the 19th Century.

    The problem is the FED and until that rat's nest is cleaned out and a few heads hung on a pike, nothing will cure the problem of Americans being rooked, conned, lied to and led into wars, all to keep Wall Street and certain European familes very wealthy.