- May 29, 2001
Correction:No I’m not. I’m in a global business… and deal with global banks and currency stability nearly every day.
It would be financially impossible to have a global currency.. because too much debt would have to absorbed by the 20-30 solvent and dependable economies . We saw the same with the Euro. That’s why UK told them to GFY.
well shit- I’ll just go ahead and tell you.. to save you the time. Out of 193 sovereign countries recognized by UN- only about 20 countries have the GDP and reserves to support their deficit. Those basically comprise the G20.
I would expect to hear that from a flat earther but not you. I guess part of the globalism rant I read hear and in the rural MAGAts.
You work for a company that may deal with global banks and currency.. You just build shit treating plants. If you'd build them a bit faster your company could avoid many currency instabilities (fluctuations).