Amero

@ford_mts (232)
India
September 12, 2009 8:40pm CST
Is general public aware of AMERO? There has been several news reports that North America(USA,CANADA,MEXICO)will have a common currency called AMERO. Implementation will involve three countries giving up of their currency unit (US dollar,canadian dollor and mexico peso)and adopting a new one(SPECIFICALLY CREATED FOR THIS PURPOSE).This is a hypothetical currency which is called as AMERO.
3 responses
• Philippines
13 Sep 09
Good day... No I haven't heard of this and would US easily give up their currency status? I mean even UK hold on to it's sterling whilst the rest of europe turned to euros. And if this happen would this be advantageous to the US.
@ford_mts (232)
• India
13 Sep 09
This is a plan of secretive globalist leaders.You can search about this topic on Internet and realize that something major change will happen. About Advantage to US: Of course there will be advantage to those who are controlling US NOT TO THE CITIZENS NOR EVEN TO THE PEOPLE OF OTHER PARTS OF THE WORLD. About Sterling: They have still hold on it but,In my opinion it cannot withstand at the same position.
@Qaeyious (2362)
• United States
13 Sep 09
http://bankling.com/2009/the-amero-currency-myths-facts-and-25-great-resources-for-further-research/ has the most information in one place about the story. It was difficult for me to verify this, since many sites saying different things, many claiming it is a hoax and bank sites saying that it may solve the weak dollar problem. I am inclined that it is unlikely to happen though not impossible, so I won't be holding my breath. Daniel Carr is an artist who have been "minting" Amero coins since 2007. They are only worth the metal they are made with though (and whatever artistic merit.)
@spalladino (17927)
• United States
13 Sep 09
This rumor has been going around for awhile now but it's not likely to happen in anyone's lifetime. The biggest drawback of changing over to the Amero would be that it would restrict the United States on monetary policy. Interest Rates and "money printing" would be under the control of three countries rather than one. The United States would no longer stand alone in its trade negotiations with other countries of the world. The United States would be subject to the rules of the neighboring two countries which could reduce it's economic power. It just ain't gonna fly.