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The World is racing towards the future at a dizzying pace. The economy, our privacy, and another possible world war. Let's start with the economy.
As you know, I have covered the efforts to establish The North American Union (AKA NAFTA on steroids) which is basically a copy of the European Union but tailored for North America. Like the 'Euro' in the EU, the NAU's currency, if it actually comes into being, is rumored to be called the 'Amero'. With the U.S. dollar tanking, it's a perfect opportunity to convince the people that an NAU is a necessity to save the economy, and introduce the new 'Amero'.
Below, watch this video with Hal Turner . Turner is known for being a white supremest and probably believes in Zionist conspiracies as well. He hints to this saying that the bankers and their descendants are still around. One can imagine he is referring to the Jews, even though the Rockefellers, Carnegies, and the JP Morgans, etc weren't Jewish, and probably many Rothchilds today aren't Jewish either with all the assimilation and intermarriage. But this doesn't mean that the coin he shows in the video, is not a real minted coin. I understand that some say the coins were made for souvenirs, and some say the coin is real and was a pay off to China for part of America's debt(?). You can decide for yourself.
Now, not only the dollar, but the world's economy is tanking. What will be done? How will order be made from this chaos? Some are saying that the Amero will be bypassed and instead, the world will go to a global currency. According to The Economist Magazine, they warned already 20 years ago that citizens all over the globe should get ready for a new currency, perhaps called, the Phoenix.
COVER: "GET READY FOR A WORLD CURRENCY"
Title of article: Get Ready for the Phoenix
Source: Economist; 01/9/88, Vol. 306, pp 9-10
"THIRTY years from now, Americans, Japanese, Europeans, and people in many other rich countries, and some relatively poor ones will probably be paying for their shopping with the same currency. Prices will be quoted not in dollars, yen or D-marks but in, let's say, the phoenix. The phoenix will be favoured by companies and shoppers because it will be more convenient than today's national currencies, which by then will seem a quaint cause of much disruption to economic life in the last twentieth century."
So, if the your fiat currency will be like tissue paer in the future, what should one invest in? Should y'all buy gold? I am NOT an economist, but I wouldn't listen to Mr. 'White-Supremest' Turner either. What if governments outlaw citizens from owning gold or silver? And if they control the market, how do we know that gold will retain it's valuabilty? If you can't sell the gold you purchased, what good will it be? You can't even eat it.
Seems to me, the best thing people can invest in, is land (property) and food. They never go out of style. For my Jewish readers, I would highly recommend that they purchase an apt. somewhere in Israel. It will always have a re-sale value. Israel is growing. The demand will only get larger. Owning property in Israel is a mitzvah, a good place for you to run to if you need to, and you'll have a place to rest your head when you get off the plane if you come. As well, you can rent it out while you are not living there, and have it help pay for itself until you are in need of it. If one day you decide to move here (hopefully) and it is not your 'dream house', you Can always sell it and use the money to purchase the place you really want, maybe even in another part of Israel. Nothing is forever.
Well, I have LOTS more to inform you about, but this blog entry is long enough for now. I'll be back soon.