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The Economist 1988: Get ready for "The Phoenix" world currency by 2018

 
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The Economist 1988: Get ready for "The Phoenix" world currency by 2018
COVER: "GET READY FOR A WORLD CURRENCY" sheep
Title of article: Get Ready for the Phoenix
Source: Economist; 01/9/88, Vol. 306, pp 9-10

THIRTY years from now, Americans, Japanese, Europeans, and people in many other rich countries, and some relatively poor ones will probably be paying for their shopping with the same currency. Prices will be quoted not in dollars, yen or D-marks but in, let's say, the phoenix. The phoenix will be favoured by companies and shoppers because it will be more convenient than today's national currencies sheep , which by then will seem a quaint cause of much disruption to economic life in the last twentieth century.

At the beginning of 1988 this appears an outlandish prediction. Proposals for eventual monetary union proliferated five and ten years ago, but they hardly envisaged the setbacks of 1987. The governments of the big economies tried to move an inch or two towards a more managed system of exchange rates - a logical preliminary, it might seem, to radical monetary reform. For lack of co-operation in their underlying economic policies they bungled it horribly, and provoked the rise in interest rates that brought on the stock market crash of October. These events have chastened exchange-rate reformers. The market crash taught them that the pretence of policy co-operation can be worse than nothing, and that until real co-operation is feasible (i.e., until governments surrender some economic sovereignty) further attempts to peg currencies will flounder.

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[link to 64.233.169.104] 1988GetReadyforthePhoenix_001.doc+phoenix+economist+currency&​hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us&client=firefox-a

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Nice article, OP! Seems rather prophetic. The choice of "phoenix" was no toss off. Think about it. Rising from it's own ashes. Another example of "hidden in plain sight"?
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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"The Pheonix, no longer a myth, so strike a match and watch it burn..." --Reveille
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Thanks for posting.
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This site is the official source of the written records of the evolution of God’s Plan for the New Millennium, from 1990 to the present. The Phoenix Journals provide these records of the Phoenix Project in convenient journal

[link to phoenixmaterials.org]
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making the utopia of monetary union feasible

Man, if that isn't commu-fascism nothing is.
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Irish Threatened with “Disastrous Consequences” Over Rejection of Lisbon Treaty

Kurt Nimmo
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October 15, 2008

It would seem Brussels has had it with Ireland’s intransigence over the Lisbon Treaty and “European integration,” that is to say creating a European superstate.

According to the German Foreign Policy website, Elmar Brok, described as an influential German Christian Democratic Union member of the European Parliament, has threatened Dublin with “disastrous consequences” if the Irish leadership refuses to impose yet another referendum on the Irish people, who rejected the treaty in June, even though they were “threatened, cajoled, blackmailed and bullied” to accept by Ireland’s elite, as the Telegraph put it.

Specifically, Ireland faces sanctions, including the prospect of renouncing its EU commissioner.

“Members of the government as well as high-ranking representatives of influential parties have already spoken out in favor of a second referendum. But the mood in the population is what worries them. The government would like to prolong preparations for ratification because opinion polls have recently exposed that currently more than 70 percent of the Irish are against a repeat of the referendum and - far more than in the first — nearly two-thirds will vote ‘NO’ if the referendum is repeated.”

Even so, the SPD European parliamentarian, Jo Leinen, has told the Irish foreign minister he expects ratification to take place long before the European Parliamentary elections, slated for next March. Apparently, much of this increased pressure on Ireland comes ahead of a change of government in London. “Though the British Parliament has already ratified the ‘Lisbon Treaty,’ the Conservative Party, if it should win the coming elections, as opinion polls are predicting, is planning a referendum on the question,” explains the German website.

[link to www.infowars.com]

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This really oughta be pinned because it lays out the entire blueprint for what we are witnessing in the markets and baking, right now.

Excellent find, OP!
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Truth, wrapped in clear cloth for those that want to know why the world is like it is right now.
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national economic boundaries are slowly dissolving
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Economic boundaries are slowly dissolving but for regular people those boundries are getting tighter. Its much harder to leave the U.S. then it used to be. That shows you what this global crap is going to be like. You will be a slave and you will be imprisoned in your area and only allowed to leave with permission from the masters.

we will exist only to serve while they enjoy life to is fullest.
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nice find fucktard. the new world order is in advanced stages and approaching finalization. the next stage is population reduction.
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national economic boundaries are slowly dissolving

Economic boundaries are slowly dissolving but for regular people those boundries are getting tighter. Its much harder to leave the U.S. then it used to be. That shows you what this global crap is going to be like. You will be a slave and you will be imprisoned in your area and only allowed to leave with permission from the masters.

we will exist only to serve while they enjoy life to is fullest.
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Yup, it is complete economic slavery under the banksters
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making the utopia of monetary union feasible

Man, if that isn't commu-fascism nothing is.
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The Economist is a Marxist-Leninist Keynesian Fabian-Socialist fish-wrap!

It's not worth wiping your arse on.
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making the utopia of monetary union feasible

Man, if that isn't commu-fascism nothing is.


The Economist is a Marxist-Leninist Keynesian Fabian-Socialist fish-wrap!

It's not worth wiping your arse on.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 132975


Leninism vs Fabianism: Two Branches of Collectivism [Part 1]

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making the utopia of monetary union feasible

Man, if that isn't commu-fascism nothing is.


The Economist is a Marxist-Leninist Keynesian Fabian-Socialist fish-wrap!

It's not worth wiping your arse on.
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Nobody is arguing otherwise. It's the same for the CFR quarterly, Foriegn Policy. Why reading ther stuff is valuable is becaue they print their plans for global enslavement for all to see. They are so egotistical and elitist that they publish their goals like kings handing down edicts. This 1988 piece is a blueprint, designed by the enemy.
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making the utopia of monetary union feasible

Man, if that isn't commu-fascism nothing is.


The Economist is a Marxist-Leninist Keynesian Fabian-Socialist fish-wrap!

It's not worth wiping your arse on.


Leninism vs Fabianism: Two Branches of Collectivism [Part 1]


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Good video. I'll watch part two.

What G Edward Griffin just described in how the neocons came to power, wrappen in anti-communism when, in fact, they are communists (Trotskyites).
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What's the plural of phoenix? phoenii? I'll pay yas 100 phoenii for some campinos, i'm dying of campino withdrawl here
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I thought Jesus will be back by 2015
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EU Leaders Call for Global Currency

Kurt Nimmo
Infowars
October 17, 2008

If we are to believe the Washington Post, French president and current EU leader Nicolas Sarkozy has pledged to save us from nameless “freewheeling bankers and traders” who get the blame for the current economic crisis.


Sarkozy, Gordon Brown, and EU honcho José Manuel Barroso are talking up an international summit to discuss an “urgent overhaul of the world’s financial architecture,” that is to say a new Bretton Woods to establish a brand spanking new international economic order. Sarkozy has managed to grab George Bush’s ear and he will travel to Washington on Saturday to lay the groundwork for a conference.

In 1944, 44 allied nations met at a resort in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, to fiddle with monetary standards, fix exchange rates, and create the IMF and World Bank. “Launching a remake of this old model — particularly in such a short time, with so many new participants — would represent a daunting challenge at any time, but particularly during the twilight of the Bush presidency and the crisis that is still jolting banks and stock markets around the world,” reports the Post.

Sarkozy and the EU leaders would have us believe this new Bretton Woods will call for “globally coordinated regulation of the financial industry, elimination of tax havens and a compensation system in which traders are not rewarded for dangerous risk-taking,” among other things.

It was the demise of Bretton Woods in 1971, insists European Central Bank president Jean- Claude Trichet, that led to the abandonment of regulation and subsequent market turmoil. “The explosion of the first Bretton Woods in a way could be interpreted as a rejection of discipline,” said Trichet, reports Bloomberg.

Gordon Brown, the former Chancellor of the Exchequer, wants to fix that turmoil with a new spate of regulations aimed at international finance. On October 13 in London, Brown said “we must devise new rules for a world of global capital flows” just as the founders of Bretton Woods “devised rules for a world of limited capital flows.”

[link to www.infowars.com]

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