The continued free fall of the American dollar will certainly be one of the major issues facing an incoming US President. Not only is the dollar no longer welcome in certain shops in countries like India
(see Dollars no good for the Taj Mahal,
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/7098370.stm), and countries like China and Japan are diversifying their foreign exchange reserves previously stored in dollars (www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601103&sid=aMPLuto8wxK4&refer=news; www.iht.com/articles/ap/2007/10/09/business/AS-FIN-Japan-Iran-Oil-Yen.php), even some shops in New York itself are not only encouraging customers to pay in Euro, they are actually beginning to reject the dollar!(“Even New Yorkers Say No To USD”, Gold-Prices.biz, Feb.9, 2008).
The handwriting is clear. As we have been saying over the years, One-World government agencies are cashing on the US myriad problems (economic, terrorism, immigration, immorality, crime, etc), which are all clearly engineered, to justify the introduction of One World government goals for the US. For instance, while the falling dollar values will obviously favour Arabs (oil merchants) over the Israelis (one of the largest recipients of US financial support), it will also pave the way for the introduction of the Amero, the proposed unified currency of North American Union (comprising of the US, Mexico and Canada).
IMF Chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn hit the nail right on the head when he recently declared in Paris: "The financial crisis which started in the United States is more serious and more global than it was a few weeks ago," Continuing, he said "The risks and dangers are very high. The economic environment is still worsening." Finally, he dropped the bombshell: “The current crises will require a ‘global answer.’” (www.france24.com/en/20080408-imf-to-sell-gold-reserves-revenue-strauss-kahn&navi=ECONOMIE?q=node/55488)