How the U.S. Could Pressure North Korea Tomorrow: Quit the $100 Bill

As an anti-counterfeiting investigator with Europol once put it: “Superdollars are just U.S. dollars not made by the U.S. government.”

It brings up the question of exactly what we mean by “forgery” and “counterfeit.” Fiat is fiat, I say.

sowing doubts about our currency

Well, they’d have to charge Bernanke and Geithner with this before they start working on the Norks.

Maybe we can give Bernanke a quarter million tons of food instead of North Korea, if he promises to stop printing – in all forms. He can use the food to control the agricultural commodities market.