Toward a Global Currency
Even as the politicos quietly promote plans for a common currency for North
America, the elites are already discussing the ultimate merger of regional currencies
into one global currency. Carl Teichbrib from www.forcingchange.org
has been following the unification move.
As we said previously on the program about global warming, it was merge or
die. The global warming people are waking up to the fact that peak oil may be
their star for curbing fossil fuel usage. So now presidential candidates on
both sides are singing from the same hymnbook: fighting global warming is good
for the economy, because we’ll invest in all these alternatives. Gee, just a
few weeks back it was "darn the economy" because it’s ruining the
That’s all well and good if we can hold current energy levels but we have a
serious energy crunch coming. We air clips from presidential candidates as well
as a round table discussion by experts on the oil situation to illustrate this
John’s boralogue examines media bias in CNN’s conduct of the presidential debates
this week as well as an Economist article that talks about the superhighway
international corridor from Mexico to Canada through the U.S. that U.S. politicians
are denying exist.
This is another one of those "Ooops!" moments.