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  Is Obama Pushing Us Closer To Replace The U.S. Dollar With The “amero”?
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News DateThursday, May 3, 2012 12:00:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionMichael Snyder: When it comes to Barack Obama, one of the most important things to understand is that he is a committed globalist. He firmly believes that more “global governance” (the elite don’t like to use the term “global government”) will make the world a much better place. Throughout his time in the White House, Obama has consistently sought to strengthen international institutions such as the UN, the IMF, the World Bank and the WTO. At every turn, Obama has endeavored to more fully integrate America into the “global community”. Since he was elected, Obama has signed a whole host of new international economic agreements. He regularly speaks of the need for “cooperation” among global religions and he has hosted a wide variety of different religious celebrations at the White House. Obama once stated that “all nations must come together to build a stronger global regime”. If you do not want to live in a “global regime” that is just too bad. To globalists such as Obama, it is inevitable that the United States of America will be merged into the emerging global system. Just this week, Obama has issued a new executive order that seeks to “harmonize” U.S. economic regulations with the rest of the world. This new executive order is yet another incremental step that is pushing us closer to a North American Union and a one world economic system. Unfortunately, most Americans have absolutely no idea what is happening.
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R:194Scott³ ( 8016.0796 points)
Sat, May 5, 2012 01:16:02 AM UTC0:00
Just out of curiosity...

And this poll isn't meant to push the envelope regarding any said conspiracy theory.

Would you support or do you support a global government, with the U.S. (or your native country) losing its sovereignty?
Would you support or do you support a global government, with the U.S. (or your native country) losing its sovereignty?
No 20 (90.9%)
Yes 2 (9.09%)
NS/NO/NA 0 (0%)
22 Votes Cast
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Polls Close May 21, 2012 12:00am

D:411Picimpalious ( 1229.6810 points)
x2 x3
Sat, May 5, 2012 02:52:27 AM UTC0:00
It depends on the type of government.

SAP:262Gaear Grimsrud ( 6920.2134 points)
Sat, May 5, 2012 06:32:18 AM UTC0:00
RP: What's with all the conspiracy theory articles?

I'm guessing they're the same reason that every grocery store and quickie mart in Tempe is out of Twinkies.

D:6086Jason ( 7718.4429 points)
Sat, May 5, 2012 08:05:44 AM UTC0:00
Twinkies aren't even that good.

D:479Brandon ( 1558.3782 points)
Sat, May 5, 2012 07:00:29 PM UTC0:00
No, but in the implied context there, does that matter much?

R:194Scott³ ( 8016.0796 points)
Sat, May 5, 2012 10:16:33 PM UTC0:00
I want to add one caveat for the above poll (as a cautionary note)...

Supporting the Yes option does not imply any type of belief of open revolt against US sovereignty. I almost feel like I should have made that a private poll.

R:7206Hikikomori Blitzkrieg! ( 290.2565 points)
Tue, May 8, 2012 05:23:40 AM UTC0:00
If I lived in Arizona, I would seek solace in snack cakes, rest assured.

R:8766Republitarian ( 57.4549 points)
Tue, May 8, 2012 03:30:10 PM UTC0:00
All politics aside, the concept of a "world government," or even continuing to strengthen global institutions like the UN, is a dangerous one. It's a risky thing to surrender national sovereignty to an organization that likely has an agenda of its own (i.e. it's not there to advance national interests). Peace can't be imposed on the world via increased involvement in the "world community." I think we'd be better off if we just minded our own business.

LBT:6309Silver Dime ( 94.8693 points)
Mon, May 21, 2012 11:54:41 PM UTC0:00
Picimpalious: It depends on the type of government.

No. But if this "global government" were to have a government that was a constitutional republic that was designed to protect civil liberties (like what the Founder's wanted,) I would be a little more inclined to say Yes. It would still be better than "Democracy."