Friday, January 9, 2009

Global Economy

Are we on the fast track to losing our sovereignty? Will financial meetings with European countries result in a one world currency further pushing us towards a one world government? If so, our nation will no longer be able to set itself apart from other nations and our super power title will be taken away with devastating consequences. Maybe I'm getting way ahead of myself and thinking the worst but I don't believe a one world currency is completely unthinkable. Corporations and citizens of this nation want the economy fixed and fast. This just may be part of that quick fix. But at what cost?

6 comments:

2 Conservative Women said...

Actually, I've read about a secretive push for one currency for North America's Canada, the U.S. and Mexico, much like the European countries adopted the Euro. I have no idea how plausible that idea is, but at this point, nothing would surprise me.

(NJ-Woman)

Pasadena Closet Conservative said...

We must be constant vigilant and keep a close watch on O'Bummer. He and his pals are slithery ones.

Chuck said...

Thanks for stopping by my site.

There are certainly people pushing for this and some believe it is inevitable. I think it would be an incredible mistake for us and think it's unlikely any time soon, but then again, we are ina period of "change".

EatYourOkra said...

I believe that if we go to a unified or one world currency it will have detrimental effects on our investments. We shouldn't put a band aid on an economic problem to just have more economic problems in the future.

Pasadena Closet Conservative said...

Thanks for stopping by. In response to your comment on the stupid Lib ice cream, I wrote about the breast milk ice cream in October. It was a fun post, too!

EatYourOkra said...

Slithery indeed! The advent of a regional government (North American Union and national ID card) is to take place officially in 2010, but no one has adequately informed the American public.

On Nov. 15, an international conference on the financial crisis took place in D.C. The meeting could set the guidelines for a new world financial order and a new world economy.