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Images of the new US Amero currency minted at Denver

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Images of the new US Amero currency minted at Denver

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The (now extinct) new US / NAU Amero currency

Seven photographs follow. Note the Denver mint mark on three of the coins.

Amero coin pictures can be seen here, here, here and here. 

Photographs of the Amero notes are here, here and here.

The new Amero currency was a Washington DC corporate plan dating from the closing years of the second Bush administration in 2006-2008. Its purpose was to obfuscate the US national bankruptcy. 

Decision-makers in Canada and Mexico, it is said, were paid substantial bribes ('consultancy fees') to nod through covert legislation enabling the change.

The new coins and notes were minted at The United States Mint at Denver, Colorado, and elsewhere. Container loads of the currency were distributed throughout the world with particularly large consignments being sent to China.

The North American Union (NAU) Amero was intended to replace the US dollar and become legal tender throughout the USA, Canada and Mexico.

The idea was to unite Canadian natural resources and Mexican cheap labour with the US national bankruptcy.

To escape creditors, there was a DC corporation plan to move the HQ of the US Federal Reserve to Canada (Toronto was talked about) and to rename it. The US, of course, is not the same as the USA. They are two quite separate legal entities.

The new currency Amero plan had many flaws. For example, it would have unilaterally taken away 'Canadian sovereignty' without consulting the Canadian people. And many Americans would not have wanted to downscale in the NAU employment market and compete with Mexicans for jobs flipping hamburgers.

The Amero currency plan called for trading one US dollar for 10 Amero cents. This would have been a huge devaluation in disguise. It would have devalued the dollar holdings of foreigners and would have meant the US (deliberately) reneging on its debts, which was a destabilisation stratagem hatched by the corporate bond holders who controlled the Bush and Obama White Houses.

By the end of 2014, the Amero scheme was dead in the water. BRICS pressures, particularly from China, and UK opposition killed it.

Canada, it should be recalled, is still both a de jure and a de facto British colony. If any Canadian Prime Minister tried to close a deal on the NAU Amero in secret, he or she would have been dealt with in the same way that Prime Minister Gough Whitlam was dealt with in Australia (another extant British colony) in 1975. He would have been immediately dismissed without notice by Queen Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Windsor, aka Alexandra Elizabeth Mary Windsor, Chairman of the Committee of 300).

The United States Mint was created by Congress on the 2nd April 1792, within the Department of State. The Mint was made an independent agency in 1799, and under the Coinage Act of 1873, became part of the US Treasury Department.

More background about the North American Union (NAU) can be found here (03.02.09) and here (18.02.09). Details about the original Amero newsbreak can be found here. 

Many have claimed that the Amero plan was a disinformative hoax. Certainly, at various times on the web, Amero pictures were circulated which were different from the ones linked above. When the definitive history of the Constitutionally illegal DC private corporation comes to be written, we may be better placed to offer an objective analysis of the episode.

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