The Bank of North America receives authorization to issue a National Currency!

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Published on 11-07-2015 by the American Herald


On November 7th, 2015, the Bank of North America received authorization to issue a National Currency known as the Continental Dollar. Certain license requirements had to be completed by the committee before this authorization could be issued.

The States were asked over and over to issue a National currency through the U.S. There is a big difference between the U.S. Dollar and a Federal Reserve Note. The Federal Reserve Note is not a National currency and the 48 states know this fact, yet still will not issue a National currency meaning a U.S. Treasury Note.

Therefore, the original Government of The United States of America has stepped up out of necessity to issue a National Currency for the country.

There is a well known fact that the Government that issues the National Currency is the National Government.

The States have failed to uphold a National Government which resulted in the people losing their Nationality and deemed enemies of the States.

If a Nationality is withheld on purpose,  the act is a violation of Article 15 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and many other laws. The 48 States know this fact and remain indifferent to the Law of Nations or any other law.

The earlier version of the Continental Dollar has been slightly altered with the Bank of North America name on it and the words: “National Currency”. These Continentals are authorized to be used for specific purposes that the Bank of North America is well aware of at this time. General circulation has not been established yet. Anyone attempting to print and use the Continental Dollar on their own is a crime. Please be patient and the relief will come soon. We are a few steps away from completing the requirements for General Circulation of the Continental Dollar.  People can see the new Continental Dollar here: LINK