Was it a military tactic to overprint your enemy's currency?

Discussion in 'Economics' started by Debaser82, Jan 7, 2009.

  1. This has been proven to be quite efficient in the past right? WWII they tried it? Against the Russians afterwards?

    So really today the enemy is within?

  2. someone


    LOL funny yet true if you think about it

    FED is printing money like never before,

    Say it ain't so

    say it ain't so :( :(
  3. someone


    and what is absolutely sad

    is that talking monkeys in monkey suits

    managed to convince most of you how that is a GOOD THING

    fu-ing weird if you ask me
  4. talknet


    Taking into account the $2.5 Trillion bail-out from USA govt for bankrupt giant companies & banks and sinking USA economy with no sales future, it seems to be true Fed is printing money and distributing to giant companies.
  5. So you're saying the US gubment is at war against its own people? :cool:
  6. Supposedly British counterfeiting of Continental Dollars was one of the reasons for its hyperinflationary collapse.

    Funny that a Continental Dollar is now worth $25 to $50 depending on the condition.

    I never heard of that problem with Confederate dollars, but they hyperinflated to worthlessness, too.
  7. Iran has done it for 3 decades.