Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Arizona Republic covers controversy over NAU

The Arizona Republic is the latest publication to pick up on the debate started by author Jerome Corsi, whose NYT bestseller The Late Great U.S.A. charges that efforts to initiate an EU-type "North American Union" are afoot. The Republic's article is one of the most comprehensive on the issue to date. It points out that former Mexican President Vicente Fox recently told Larry King that a single American currency was also a goal of the effort.

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  • Former Mexican President Vicente Fox did not tell Larry King about any plans for a common American currency. That was a lie by WMD's resident conspiracy nut, Jerome Corsi.

    Corsi claimed that "Vicente Fox... confirmed the existence of a government plan to create the amero as a new regional currency to replace the U.S. dollar, the Canadian dollar and the Mexican Peso."

    Corsi also claimed that "Fox... admitt[ed] he and President Bush had agreed... to institute a regional currency from Canada to the tip of South America."

    Neither claim is true. Fox said nothing at all about any plan for a North American Union or a common currency for the USA and any other countries, nor about any agreement with President Bush to create such things. Corsi just made it all up to smear President Bush.


    -Dave Burton

    By Blogger Dave, at 4:49 AM  

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