On his Fox News program yesterday, Glenn Beck profferedÂ aÂ sadÂ but well-reasoned analysisÂ of the leftâ€™s push for a singleÂ global currency.Â He explained how the leftâ€™s desire to create aÂ global economy (as advocated by the likes of Al Gore and other supporters of a unified world government) has decimated the value ofÂ America’s currency, thereby causing the world to turn its collective back on the greenback.
To those paying attention, it has now become obvious that the absurd economic policies of the Obama administration, such as its zealous push for the passage of the cap-and-trade bill–operationally the equivalentÂ of a crushingÂ tax that will cripple Americaâ€™s industrial output–willÂ drive the final nail into the dollarâ€™s proverbial coffin.
The Russians and the Chinese are pushing for a single world currency. So are the Brazilians, the Europeans and the Indians. Even our â€œfriends,â€ the Saudis, recipients of billions of dollars of U.S. aid over the years, are nervous about the future of the dollar and are looking into other options.
The entire Middle East, in fact, is so frightened about the future worth of their investments thatÂ U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, whose own attempts to balance the dollars in his household budget were mysteriously confounded by TurboTax, is traveling to Saudi Arabia and other Gulf States this week to reassure them that the dollar remains viable.
Are you still skeptical?
Russian President Dmitry MedvedevÂ displayed aÂ sample of the new currency to journalists in Italy after the Group of Eight Nations Economic Summit last week. TheatricallyÂ extracting a shiny new coin from his pocket, he said, Â â€œHere it is. A united future world currency. You can see it and touch it.â€
He explained that the coin, bearing theÂ slogan â€œUnity in Diversity,â€ represents â€œa good sign that we understand how interdependent we are.â€
There should be no more skeptics at this point.
So whatâ€™s next for Al Gore and the other globalists?
After the dollar is gone and weâ€™re all using the new â€œdiversity coin,â€ maybe they could then work on passing legislation mandating a single, unifying, globalÂ language.