Friday, October 12, 2007

Ex Mexican President : North American Currency on the Way

I'll just start this by saying simply: We were right all along.

I'm not shocked by much in todays current events, but I was a bit stunned to see former Mexican president Vicente Fox admitting what the so-called "endtime fanatics" and "conspiracy theorists" have been saying for while now. There is a plan to unite the Americas and to eventually create a single regional currency, similar, in a sense to the "Eurodollar" . He referred to it as a "long term" plan. However, its a plan nonetheless, and one the government isn't bothering to tell us about.

Allow me to just remind my readers of something. what is now known as the European Union (EU) began years ago as the European Coal and Steel Community, which morphed into the European Economic Community (EEC), then the European Community (EU), to its present form as the EU. That is also the plan for North America. It's always easier to begin with an economic unity, as a prelude to eventual political unification.

The concept is simple: regional government, as a stepping stone to eventual world government. Some have mocked the idea of the North American Union as being a fantasy, such as the left wing group People for The American Way, which referred to it as the "mythical North American Union") . TTheir ignorance notwithstanding, the N.A.U. is looking less and less "mythical" as time goes by.

Maybe the "crazy conspiracy theorists" were right all along. (Of course, if something is the TRUTH , it really shouldn't be considered just a "conspiracy theory", but thats another story.)

Not surprisingly, very few in the news media said much about Fox's comments. Thanks again to WorldNetDaily for carrying the story.


Former Mexican President Vicente Fox confirmed the existence of a plan conceived with President Bush to create a new regional currency in the Americas, in an interview [October 8th] on CNN's "Larry King Live."

It possibly was the first time a leader of Mexico, Canada or the U.S. openly confirmed a plan for a regional currency. Fox explained the current regional trade agreement that encompasses the Western Hemisphere is intended to evolve into other previously hidden aspects of integration.

According to a transcript published by CNN, King, near the end of the broadcast, asked Fox a question e-mailed from a listener, a Ms. Gonzalez from Elizabeth, N.J.: "Mr. Fox, I would like to know how you feel about the possibility of having a Latin America united with one currency?"

Fox answered in the affirmative, indicating it was a long-term plan. He admitted he and President Bush had agreed to pursue the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas – a free-trade zone extending throughout the Western Hemisphere, suggesting part of the plan was to institute eventually a regional currency.

"Long term, very long term," he said. "What we proposed together, President Bush and myself, it's ALCA, which is a trade union for all the Americas."

ALCA is the acronym for the Area de Libre Comercio de las Américas, the name of the FTAA in Spanish.

King, evidently startled by Fox's revelation of the currency, asked pointedly, "It's going to be like the euro dollar (sic), you mean?"

"Well, that would be long, long term," Fox repeated.

Fox noted the FTAA plan had been thwarted by Hugo Chavez, the radical socialist president of Venezuela.

"Everything was running fluently until Hugo Chavez came," Fox commented. "He decided to combat the idea and destroy the idea."

Fox explained that he and Bush intended to proceed incrementally, establishing FTAA as an economic agreement first and waiting to create an amero-type currency later – a plan he also suggested was in place for NAFTA itself.

(complete news article here)

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