This eRumor is based on a
collector's coin and on fears that the North Atlantic Free Trade
Agreement could be the first step toward loss of sovereignty for the
First, the Amero coin does exist, but
is not American currency. It is a collector coin designed by a man
named Daniel Carr and available for sale on a web site called the
Amero Currency Site.
This product is marketed for coin collectors and coin enthusiasts but it
is not legal tender.
The Amero Currency site says that visitors can "Buy Ameros for
educational purposes, as novelties and conversation starters at the
first tee !!!" The site says that the coin is being sold to raise
awareness of the NAFTA trade agreements between Canada, United States
and Mexico but the marketing of this coin has spun into a conspiracy
The North American Free Trade
Agreement was signed into law in 1993 by President Bill Clinton. It is a
trade pact between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico and removed most trade
restrictions and tariffs among the three nations. It has been a
controversial agreement but has also fueled fears among those who
believe it was the first step toward a North American Economic Union
similar to the European Economic Union.
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