By P Chong Monday, 21 December 2009
BREAKING NEWS . . . 24 April 2010The Treasury Department of the Unites States of America has announced that they are introducing a new 100 dollar bill, which hasn’t been remade since 1996. © AP
Never fail to be amazed by the American authorities over their ways of deception in covering up events & keeping them under wrap for tens & tens of years. In the interest of national security, they often get away even with murder. Through the intricate web of the CIA, no information can be fathomed, and who through their secret mighty arms undoubtedly have been causing political upheavals globally.
Now with the economy in shambles, unemployment hitting double-digit limit, the continuing fall in the value of the Greenback, the US Federal Treasury printing away its paper money without relent . . . Obama Administration has yet to come up with any positive solution except digging its hole deeper & deeper for its ultimate burial!
Now perhaps, Ben S. Bernanke, who was first sworn in on February 1, 2006, has just been endorsed by the Senate panel for another term as Federal Reserve Chairman, has “finally” made a “right” move in coming out with the nation’s new dollar bills, including introducing a $200 dollar bill in 2010. As with Time’s pick of Bernanke as the Man of the Year receiving few cheers on Capitol Hill, this “new clothing” will be more of a distraction than attraction in solving the nation’s dire economy & its dwindling world domination.
Pictures of New US Dollars in 2010
The imminent issue of the new million-dollar bills would not only celebrate the hyper-stagflation expected by the beginning of 2010, but also ward off more rumours & speculations by a Russian Professor Igor Panarin about the breaking up of the U.S. into parts & parcels of smaller states with the nations of the world having a feast or a piece of the cake! (Please read my article “Empires Rise Empires Fall In Peace Or In War” October 27, 2009).
Will a new global reserve currency replace the US Dollar in 2010? With Bernanke continuing in creating massive supplies of U.S. Dollars, the coming new year may yet bring louder voices demanding that the dollar be replaced. The outlook does not seem bright!
From a Weiss Research Inc. recent survey, it’s said that more than 90% of their readers believe that “Washington will NOT stop its spending /borrowing/money-printing binge in time to avoid a bond market meltdown . . . soaring interest rates . . . and, ultimately, a tragic, double-dip recession.”
Interestingly, from a recent RT-TV Keiser Report, it is said that American is now a Banana Republic without the Banana!
The following articles in the Archives will further enlighten you:
1. Western Democratic Imperialism
2. The 4 Alphabets Of Economic Recovery
3. U.S. “Toilet” Paper Money
4. If You Stall . . . Others Roar
5. General Motors Today . . . America Tomorrow?
6. Plain Old Greed – An Unwanted Creed
7. The Wind Of Change
8. The Gloom & Doom That Zoom
9. Empires Rise Empires Fall In Peace Or In War
10.Obama- Bowing To “Who” Or “Hu”
11.From Capitalism To Socialism
12.U.S. Greenback Is Doomed
13.The Decade That Was . . .
14.What U.S. Can Learn From China
8 thoughts on “New U.S. Dollars For 2010”
The titles of your articles in the archives are good evidences that truly reflect the real state of affairs.
Truth often hurts!
We should not underestimate the yanks. They are smart and know when and how to manage other economies thro their corridors of power play.
Like Rome, any grand empire will come to an end one day no matter how mighty and powerful it is. History will tell and the Americans can then blame a blackman for their troubles. How can 1-2 terms presidency solve an issue that was created centuries ago.
I don’t really understand how issuing new paper money is going to change anything. Can anyone explain to me the logic behind this?
So what is going to happen to the old bills ?
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