Hey, Rizzn-ites!

Update (10:47 PM CST): Bill Burke sent me a relevant link as to the origins of Sovereign Citizen Movement as to where a lot of this NAU rhetoric originates. It is from the ADL.

Over the past few days, I’ve been receiving more and more emails and forwards talking about the Amero and the NAU, and the growing concern that the U.S.A. will be merging very soon with Canada and Mexico.

Stay with me now, this part goes into a little bit of economic language, and may be hard to follow for some, but I’ll bring it back around in a bit.

What you’re looking at on the left over there is allegedly a coin obtained by a man named Hal Turner. If you enlarge it, it shows that it is minted for the Union of North America. It is alleged that on the macroscopic level, powerful financial interests such as the Federal Reserve and large hedge fund traders are intentionally devaluing the U.S. dollar because, according to Turner, Canada owns a substantial portion of U.S. debt.

Here are some direct quotes:

US Government has intentionally overspent itself for the purpose of irreversibly Bankrupting the country. The idea is that they will drive the country into economic failure, then when millions of Americans are panicking at the prospect, offer them a solution of merging the three countries as “the only possible way” to avoid losing everything.

They will force Canada into the merger by telling them the US currency they hold and rely upon will be worthless and the only way Canada can even hope to salvage any of the funds is to join the NAU.

They will sell it to the Mexican people by saying it will instantly improve their buying-power and quality of life.

Hal alleges that the coins were sent to him by a whistle blower within the department of treasury. As it turns out, they are actually fantasy coins created by an artist called Daniel Carr. I did some investigation, and it is a reputable organization.

I spoke to the designer today. He told me that he enjoys making thought-provoking coins and medals as a hobby and a profession, and does all the design, sculpting, and engraving work himself.

These Amero coins were entirely my idea and initiative.

Hal Turner took images of my coin from my web site without permission and posted
them on his web site. Complaints to them about that went unanswered.

Hal Turner says that the actual coin he obtained (and showed in a video on his web site) was supplied by a contact of his in the Treasury Department. I made that particular coin (just like all the other “Amero” coins). I do not, and never have, worked in the Treasury Department.

He went on to say that “One of my intents with these Amero coins was simply to get them out there to provoke some thought. People can make up their own minds as to whether they are in favor of a Union of North America or not.”

Further throwing the claims of Hal Turner in dispute is his credibility as reported by WikiPedia and other sources:

Harold “Hal” Turner (born March 15, 1962) is an American white nationalist Internet radio talk show host from North Bergen, New Jersey. Turner’s website and radio program is largely devoted to a digest of news concerning crimes committed by minorities, which Turner couches in racist epithets. He supports strict limits on immigration; advocates the hunting and killing of illegal immigrants [8]; promotes anti-Semitism including rounding up and killing Jews; and opposes the existence of the State of Israel. [9] He also authors and promotes Holocaust denial material.[10] Turner advocates political assassination and overthrowing the government, because, he says, the current United States government is corrupt beyond repair. His website serves as a virtual meeting place for fellow white supremacists, via its comment pages.

Granted, strictly speaking, none of this directly goes to argue with his claims of a coming NAU, but anyone who believes that the Holocaust didn’t happen has suspect logical processes.

Clearly, though, this coin does not, conclusively or otherwise, point towards the imminent formation of the North American Union. Tomorrow, I’ll post a bit more about other related forwards I’ve been receiving regarding the policy of North Carolina to no longer issue State Driver’s Licenses, but licenses subject to the the authority of the North American Union, as my research is still ongoing.

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