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Universal World Coin - a Conspiracy?
By Richard Giedrocy

Can a coin bring the world together? If you can believe a recent Canada Free Press article, then the answer is “no.”

The Canada Free Press is a conservative daily online newspaper featuring news of Canada and the United States, while reporting on world issues including terrorism, the environment, and the United Nations.

In a Nov. 21 Canada Free Press article by Barry Napier, the publication takes a jaundice view of a “vision (and) hope” medal issued by the United Future World Currency organization that is publicized as a coin.

According to the UFWC Web site www.futureworldcurrency.com, “A single currency becomes the premise for an increasingly global planet. A virtual currency capable of speaking a single, comprehensible language to foster humankind’s innate desire to go farther, to surpass boundaries, and move towards true principles of peace, freedom, brotherhood and understanding beyond issues of race, political and religious beliefs and party interests.”

The UFWC Web site continues, “We are presenting the peoples of nations, governments, institutions, intellectuals, ordinary people, pragmatists and idealists, scholars and, above all, young people – the real protagonists of the future – with a simple, ingenuous yet determined long-term vision for building an ideal bridge with tomorrow and interpreting a dream to transform into reality. In this program, currency yet again assumes the principle goal which it has had since its invention centuries ago: to facilitate and codify human commercial and social exchange. And become a form of pure ‘communication’ between different peoples - a communication of ideas, ideals, information and culture. This constitutes progress, development and well being.”

The Canada Free Press article doesn’t agree. Napier says, “The United Future World Currency (UFWC) movement believes it can bring in peace just by introducing a new coin … Then we have coin collectors (very rich investors), who will stomp all over rivals to collect a few thousand gold coins to be later melted down into bullion bars. Anyhow – UFWC wants to buck the trend by issuing new coins. They promise that peace will ensue, just as salmonella follows eating raw eggs.”

The Napier article continues, “The coin, they [UFWC] say, will fuse all peoples together as one, no matter who or what they are, ‘building an ideal bridge with tomorrow’ to connect atheist ideals with a socialist future, which is no future.”

Napier explains the “coins are claimed to be the lingua franca of the world, capable of bringing together all the peoples on the planet. Atheists want coins changed to reflect their godless lives and futureless futures.”

The article suggests the coin or medal is an underlying pinion that represents a planned new world order in which a single government rules the planet. Napier says he saw Russian President Dmitrii Medvedev holding the medal, then asks the question, “Why should a Russian president hold up a new world order coin if it was only a suggestion? I don’t think so! Producing a new coin is not a stab in the dark; a stab in the back, yes, but it is never a random activity. There is always a purpose. And if the coin is supposed to represent a coming world order, we can guarantee that behind it is a great deal of thought and planning.”

Napier calls the medal or coin a sample of a “united future world currency” that has a legend reading “Unity in diversity.” The coin, according to Napier, was struck in Belgium, which he calls “home of the vile EU [European Union] super state.”

The Canada Free Press article continues regarding our modern coins and bank notes being an illusion rather than real money since such currency is not backed by what it calls “some central reserve.” Further in the article it refers to modern currency as “just an electronic transfer of figures,” while the article identifies gold as being the only real money.

Elsewhere in the article Napier suggests of this medal: “The real aim is to get rid of cash altogether. And when that happens the whole world will be reliant on the new world state … the socialist dream.”

Adding further antagonism is the United Nations global currency bullion gold and silver “coins” reported Jan. 4 by Paul J. Watson of PrisonPlanet.com. According to Watson, there is a move toward a global monetary system, however an announcement of coins being issued by the UN is a hoax.


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