Is their any problem for value equalisation of all the currencies into a single monetary unit?
After value equalisation of all the currencies the economy of all the nations will develop a lot. Hence international equality on valuation of all the currencies required
There will be no problem for value equalisation of all the currencies into a single monetary unit. Some egoistic leaders,economists,admini-stration may protest for their vested interest, but value equalisation can eradicate poverty from all the nations if properly planned and implemented.
A big problem for YOU. Currencies allow your rulers to manipulate their subjects (citizens) -- YOU. No government wants to let loose of that control. Centuries ago, all trade was done with real money - usually specific weights of gold and silver. Governments took over the coinage, and have steadily debased it.
Anyone thinking that any government control of currency, whether it be national, regional, or international, is going to develop economies is deluded. Consolidation of the currencies means consolidation of power into a bigger world government -- the New World Order (NWO).
The well-being of the citizens-subjects-serfs is not a consideration -- it's all about the power of the rulers.
The same thing would happen that happened with the Euro, your income would basically be halved. The people in poorer countries pay more while those in richer countries earn less.
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