Considering that many falsely claim
the NAU to be a "conspiracy theory," it would seem that someone has gone out of
there way to waste a lot of time, effort and casting for such an alleged
The following coins have been rumored to be
minted as denominations of the Amero. They are said to be minted by
Carr, allegedly as souvenirs to raise awareness of the impending North
American Union. Is this the truth, or a cover story to allay fears of a
forthcoming currency change?
It is interesting that the alleged creator had
previously done work for the government and the U.S. mint.
Another red flag is that this individual was
allegedly allowed to purchase a
former U.S. coin press from the Denver Mint. One would think that such a machine would have
been kept in secure storage, or else destroyed, by the U.S. treasury or the Federal Reserve, in an
effort to prevent counterfeiting. It seems odd that a private individual or
company would actually be sold an official U.S. mint coin press.
It is also interesting that the alleged
creator just so happened to choose occult symbolism for his coins, rather than iconic national
imagery from the U.S., Canada, or Mexico.
If the creators intent was truly to draw
awareness of the NAU, he apparently went entirely out of his way to make an
entire series of coin denominations, rather than just one or two collectors
coins. That is indeed an extraordinary effort.
Again, are these Amero coins a hoax, or is the
story of David Carr a cover-up? You be