UN dollar to replace US dollar? + Max Keiser: US is on the slippery slope to economic collapse

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Max Keiser is one of the guests interviewed in the video report.

RussiaToday
September 08, 2009

A new report from the United Nations recommends the role of the dollar as a reserve currency should be reduced. Instead, it proposes a new supranational currency.

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United Nations conference calls for new global currency

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by Stephen C. Webster
Raw Story
Sept 7, 2009

The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development said in a report published Monday that the U.S. dollar should be replaced as the world’s standard reserve currency, giving rise to a new global currency managed by an as-yet undetermined financial regulatory organization.

Heiner Flassbeck, director of the conference, told Bloomberg News that changes needed in the world’s financial systems rival the scope of the Bretton Woods or European Monetary System agreements.

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via Raw Story » United Nations conference calls for new global currency

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Max Keiser: US is on the slippery slope to economic collapse

RussiaToday
September 09, 2009

The U.S. dollar-based post WWII phantasmagorical world of never having to pay your debts is coming to a close, states financial journalist Max Keiser to RT.

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2 thoughts on “UN dollar to replace US dollar? + Max Keiser: US is on the slippery slope to economic collapse

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  2. The problem is not the currency so much as the bankers. The banks need to be cotrolled by their individual coutries for te benefit of their populations. A world currency would only allow for the further cocentration of wealth, and that is truly the major economic crisis of our time.

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