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IMF Promotion of One World Currency And Government !

March 5, 2012 - Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics, Social Trends | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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  1. Unfortunately, the IMF is not spending any effort in order to promote a Single Global Currency. A Single Global Currency will provide the people of the world what they want, which is monetary stability. Other benefits include:
    - Zero transaction costs to exchange currencies. Presently, $4 trillion is traded every trading day and all this trading and its associated costs, approximately $400 billion annually, can be eliminated.
    - The end of currency fluctuations and currency speculation.
    - The end of “Balance of Payments”, “Current Account” and “global imbalances” problems for currency areas. There will, of course, still be trade and wealth inequalities, and more visibly; but they will not be compounded by the problem of foreign exchange transactions and reserve requirements. There would be no need for countries to maintain international reserves of other currencies.
    - Zero manipulation by countries of their currencies, and thus no more need to cajole and jawbone any particular country or currency area about the value of its currency.
    - Zero risk of national and regional currency crises such as occurred in the 1990′s in Mexico, Argentina, Malaysia, South Korea and Russia.
    - Minimal inflation, assuming that the future global central bank sets and achieves a low inflation rate, just as the European Central Bank has done. It’s not clear that a zero inflation rate can be secured, as that would bring an economy perilously close to deflation and a deflation spiral, but certainly a low rate of inflation would be better for the world than the current rates.
    - Worldwide asset values will increase by about $36 trillion due to the elimination of currency risk. Such an increase in asset values will cause annual worldwide GDP to increase by about $9 trillion.
    - With no currency risk, worldwide interest rates would be lower.
    - With zero risk of currency failure and zero manipulation and minimal inflation, the Single Global Currency would satisfy the moral obligation that a stable currency should be considered as a fundamental human right, as is the right to own property. A Single Global Currency would be far more stable than the currencies presently used by billions of human beings
    The single global currency might be an enlarged transformation of one of the current major currencies (dollar, euro, yen), perhaps with a new name such as “dey”, “eartha”, “geo”,”globo” or “worldo” or it might be a new currency with such a name. How we get to that point is, of course, a major challenge, but there are several possible routes. One is to continue the trend of creating and expanding regional monetary unions, and then combine those monetary unions into one. Another is for smaller countries to continue to “ize” their nations’ legal tender, as in “dollarize” and “euroize”, as has been done in El Salvador and Monaco. Compatible with all these and other routes is the need to convene an international monetary conference of nations, monetary unions and related organizations, and begin planning for the implementation of a single global currency.
    Organizations such as the IMF and the Bank for International Settlements, and individual economists should begin to carefully research and write about the benefits claimed above for the Single Global Currency, and about the costs, too. When the vast benefits become better known, the people of the world will demand a Single Global Currency and ask why we have been burdened so long with the existing multicurrency system, which Nobel Laureate Robert Mundell describes as “absurd.”
    Morrison Bonpasse
    President
    Single Global Currency Assn.
    Newcastle, Maine USA
    http://www.singleglobalcurrency.org

    Comment by morrisonbonpasse2024 | March 6, 2012


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