domingo, 26 de octubre de 2008

Será cierto???

Veán el siguiente video., habla de una catastrofe económica para febrero de 2009 en Estados Unidos pero q también puede ser para el euro..... No se si esto será cierto...




5 comentarios:

Anónimo dijo...

No sé cuanta credibilidad merece este hombre...pero si miras en wikipedia tiene un historial que...no sé. Además, esto del Amero...no se llega a apreciar nada de lo qué dice que sale en la moneda...y la hace chocar con una mesa de hierro...con lo cual es normal que haga ese ruido...y bueno! El comentario de que se cambien $ por francos franceses...pero si en Francia hay Euro!!! No sé...es bien cierto que China tiene una gran cantidad de dólares y de hecho este es uno de los motivos por los que va a estar en la reunión del G8 de Washington...pero se me hace muy complicado que este hombre se haya hecho con una de estas monedas, que en caso de existir deben estar bajo estricta protección…Estaremos atentos a ver que pasa!

cavid dijo...

Hombre!!! por fin tengo un comenatario.. y serio, olé!! q ultimamente ya me estaban escribiendo cualquier cosa... q emoción!!...
El amero no creo que vaya a pasar, y el colapso del dolar es poco probable en mi opinion, ya que muchos paises tienen su reserva de dinero en dólares, por lo cual también se quedarían sin nada.. Este desencadenaria una catastrofe mundial.., si en su caso algo asi pasara., otros paises (China, Japón, UK, Alemania, etc) acudirian a un plan de rescate de la moneda, tal cual ha pasado con otros paises como Lationamerica, cuando se ha salvado la moneda de Argentina, Brasil, México, etc....

Anónimo dijo...

From Wikipedia...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_currency_union

Rumors of "Amero coins"

In August 2007, rumors and conspiracy theories began circulating across the Internet regarding alleged United States Treasury-issued "amero" coins.

The inspiration behind these rumors may have been the posting of images of medallions created by coin designer Daniel Carr.[1] Carr, who designed the New York and Rhode Island 2001 statehood quarters, sells medals and tokens of his own design on his commercial website, "Designs Computed" (also known as "DC Coin").[1] Among his designs are a series of gold, silver and copper fantasy issues of "amero coins" ranging in denomination from one to one thousand.[1] The coins have the legend "Union of North America" on the back with his company's logo, a stylized "DC",[20] in small type.[21] Concerning his "amero" designs, he mentions on his website:

“ My goal with these coins is not to endorse a Union of North America or a common "Amero" currency. I fully support the United States Constitution, and I would not welcome (in any form) a diminishment of its provisions. I expect that these coins will help make more people aware of the issue and the possible ramifications. I leave it up to others to decide if they are in favor of, or against a North American Union. And I encourage citizens to voice their approval or disapproval of government plans that impact them.[22] ”

Unauthorized postings of images taken from his website have been reposted widely across the Internet, often being used as supposed "proof" of the amero coinage. Notably, former Internet radio talk show host Hal Turner ran a full article on his website about the "amero coin", claiming to have arranged for a United States Government minted "amero" to be smuggled out of the Treasury Department by an employee of that organization.[23]

Following Turner's assertions of federal minting of ameros, a web site marketing the curio coins released a statement debunking Turner's claims of a government cover up regarding Daniel Carr's amero products.[24] The debunking website Snopes also ran a further debunking of Turner's claims, stating:

"Neither the U.S. Mint nor the U.S. Treasury has a hand in creating these 'Ameros'. These coins are merely collectibles offered to the buying public by a private company in the business of manufacturing such curiosities."[25]

Hal Turner claimed that Carr's website had been created in haste in a matter of days expressly to discredit his claim about the coinage. [26] However, Carr's designs have been available through his website since 2005,[27] and according to a WHOIS search at Network Solutions, the domain "dc-coin.com" was registered by Daniel Carr on 27 September 2005.[28] In October 2008, Hal Turner released a video showing an apparent 20 Amero coin, with claims that shipments of the currency had been sent to China. [29] Yet the coin in Hal Turner's video is identical to a medallion on Daniel Carr's "dc-coin" website, listed as "UNA 2007 20 Ameros, Copper, Satin Finish". [30]

cavid dijo...

Muy buena explicación que nos deja ver toda la farsa atrás de esta supuesta nueva moneda!!!
Merci!!!

Carlos Hermida (un tocayo) dijo...

http://www.snopes.com/politics/business/amero.asp

Is the U.S. Mint producing the Amero?

Es una completa farsa.

Carlos Hermida
(un tocayo)

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