Recently, anti-Semitic, bandwidth-blowhard Hal Turner unleashed a fairytale that he arranged to smuggle “Ameros,” a conceptual continental currency, out of the United States Treasury Department.
Well—Hal’s full of it.
From afar it is impossible to tell if “Mr.” Turner is only delusional, or a whack-job-Nazi liar. The answer probably lies somewhere in between.
First of all, Hal claims he arranged to get a specimen of a “secret” currency smuggled out of the Treasury. This is incredulous. A highly-educated doctor friend of mine has told me, nut cases often sound most convincing, because they believe what they’re saying. But I don’t think Hal is quite that looney. I think he’s probably an overdriven sensationalist overdosing on his own ether.
“Real metal, really MINTED by the US Mint in Denver, CO. The proof that it is being Minted in Denver is that the coin is stamped with the Mint Identity letter "D" on the bottom right of the side with the eagle just like regular US coins already in circulation today!” Hal hollers.
Hal is correct in claiming “D” stands for “Denver” on U.S. minted coins. It also stands for “Dip-dunk,” “ding-a-ling” and “dig,”—as in one’s own grave. If Hal Turner ever had any credibility (I don’t know—he’s never been on my radar until his flaky listeners started jamming my inbox with hate mail), he has certainly screwed it out of the pooch.
The designer and manufacturer of the coin, a bona fide coin designer, artist and businessman, lives in “Denver.” His name is “D”an Carr and his company is called “D”C Coins, the “DC” standing for “Designs Computed.” “D”an also writes software.
So, is Hal “D”elusional or just “D”eviant?
Again, the answer is probably somewhere in the middle. That is, for Hal. As for the “mystery” of the origin of the coin—the answer is right next to the “D.” The DC Coin logo, imprinted right there for every admirer to see, is a “D”ead giveaway. “D”an signed the coin with his company logo.
At right, see a photo Hal posted on his web site (republished here WITHOUT permission). Beneath it is an exploded view of the coin. Hal was kind enough to include a feature allowing viewers to enlarge the image:
On various blogs around the net, I’ve read claims that curious and befuddled readers have tried to post this information on Hal’s web site, but Hal deletes this helpful input preferring to perpetuate his lie. The pitiful little guy insists naysayers are “morons.”
He even goes so far as to call the good people at Snopes, who provide a marvelous, worldwide resource of terrific value (for free), “kikes.” He continued, “I personally vouch for this story and stand- by every world of it no matter how many filthy jews come out of the woodwork to say otherwise.” (We took a screenshot of this--he's removed that text since we published this statement. We can prove it was there.)
Well, Hal, I am not a Jew—and you are a liar. As if ANYONE could breach the Treasury Department without being nuked by the Secret Service.
Hal has demanded apologies since he produced his "U.S. minted" Amero. The only ones who owe Hal an apology are his parents.
Researching this topic (using Google), I’ve stumbled onto white supremacist message boards calling Hal an idiot. This guy is so full of it even the Nazis disassociate themselves from him.
The problem is, this piece of work named “Hal Turner” is diminishing the legitimate issue of the possibility that this whole North American union, consolidated currency deal could come about. The whole thing is so way-out in the first place, it is very easy for well-intentioned, average folks to write the notion off as hooey. Flakes like Hal Turner serve to affirm opponents of the SPP are nut cases.
The facts remain that, though all three governments publicly laugh off the notion of an united North America, they’re holding secret meetings that they concede involve planning to open borders and implement a perimeter defense strategy.
According to the U.S. State Department, the SPP is:
“…a trilateral effort to increase security and enhance prosperity among the United States, Canada and Mexico through greater cooperation and information sharing.
This trilateral initiative is premised on our security and our economic prosperity being mutually reinforcing. The SPP recognizes that our three great nations are bound by a shared belief in freedom, economic opportunity, and strong democratic institutions.
The SPP provides the framework to ensure that North America is the safest and best place to live and do business. It includes ambitious security and prosperity programs to keep our borders closed to terrorism yet open to trade.
The SPP builds upon, but is separate from, our long-standing trade and economic relationships. It energizes other aspects of our cooperative relations, such as the protection of our environment, our food supply, and our public health.”
In that simple description, they don’t actually use the word “we.” But when I read it, I sense a lot of “we” in there. “We” big government, “we” big money, “we” elitists, are telling you this is how it’s gonna be, and that it’s NOT a “union.” It’s just—“us”—and “you’re” part of it, you Canadians, Mexicans and U.S. Citizens.
The fact that the Canadian government admitted inserting agents provocateur (click for video) into a peaceful protest against the August 2007 SPP summit, for the purpose of discrediting the movement and inciting violence, is an ominous demonstration of what kinds of forces are at work here.
Right out of the Hal Turner book of black helicopters and alien abductions comes THIS—“the end of the United States as we and our forefathers knew it.”
I know, I know. It sounds “out there.” Well, people, you better get out there and get informed, because big government is conducting “ambitious security and prosperity programs,” behind closed doors. Not even Congress is in on it.
In the meantime, please read this site, read the State Department’s SPP site and for God’s (and your children's) sake—buy Ameros! Pass ‘em around and keep the word moving. Hopefully, someday we’ll all look back and say, “Gee, remember when the government tried that ole SPP hornswoggle?”