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Every country has different types and levels of local government whether it be towns, shires, counties, villages, water authorities, states, cities etc.

At every one of those levels, resolutions can be passed to support the Single Global Currency.

Such a resolution might look like this:


Whereas the prosperity of the world is currently limited by a fragmented system of currencies, and

Whereas such fragmentation is expensive in terms of an annual transaction costs measuring in the hundreds of billions of dollars or euros, and

Whereas such fragmentation is expensive in terms of the lost value of assets due the risk of currency failures and to actual real failures, and

Whereas this ____ government of ________________ has citizens and businesses which suffer loss because of such fragmentation, be it RESOLVED

That this ______________ government of _____________ petitions our national government to work with other nations and international organizations to plan for and implement a single global currency by the year 2025.

Also, at the local level, citizens can seek to elect representatives who support the Single Global Currency and to seek the removal from office of those who do not. Of course, there are many, many competing issues for elected officials to consider, but we can work to ensure that the issue of the Single Global currency is among those considered.