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Tuesday, December 13, 2005

North Korea Accused of Minting US $100 Bills

Not only is North Korea begging the USA for food and oil, but they want to pay for it with our own money!
Using equipment from Japan, paper from Hong Kong and ink from France, a team of experts was ordered to make fake U.S. $100 bills, said a former North Korean chemist who said his job was to draw the design. [continue reading]
Well of all the nerve!

3 comments:

The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

I could have sworn there was another state-sponsor of counterfeiting going on. I saw it on PBS or the TLC or the History channel. It had to do with Saddam or terrorists who wanted to ruin the American economy with counterfeits. I forgot the term they used to describe this sort of warfare.

Maybe someone knows what I only vaguely heard and can clarify.

Rosemary said...

There is cyber-warfare, techno-warfare, and the one I believe you are referring to is...dang! I know what you mean. It has something to do with the stock market, unless we are not talking about the Russia-China connection?

You are correct, however. That was almost as long ago as the spring! LOL. Unless, of course, we were watching the wrong people? Nah. There are too many thieves in this world! They probably all have their hands in the cookie jar.

The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

Economic warfare? No...that doesn't sound right either. Dang!

I hope I don't lose sleep over this...