I’m just now figuring out this whole “Amero” thing. The first I heard of it was last week–behind the times, to be sure!–when I ran across something or someone claiming that there was some wicked plot afoot to replace the dollar with a North American Currency called the Amero.
Of course this kind of rumor makes Americans crazy. There is a sector of opinion out there that is forever imagining that there is some secret plot going on that will surrender our country’s “sovereignty” to some foreign agent who will take control of our glorious government, abolish our constitution, and pry out dollars from our hands.
This has nothing to do with reality. For starters, the U.S. is the world empire violating the sovereignty of every nation on earth every day. The U.S. Constitution has been a relic since, oh, pretty quickly after it was adopted.
And as for the dollar, it would be a fantastic thing to see it replaced by a regional or even international currency that is sound and hard, but, sadly for us, the paper thing called the dollar suits the interests of the elites just fine.
In any case, it was Polish economic Mateusz Machaj who pointed out that the Amero theory is a Canadian pipe dream that is going nowhere (more at Wikipedia), and that the images you see all over the web are actually the designs of a private artist named Daniel Carr.
There are so many conspiracies going on in the world. Why is it that “conspiracy theorists” are so bad at see the ones parading around in front of our eyes daily?