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100-Billion-Zimbabwean-Dollar-500x338With the deficit well over 16.3 trillion dollars and rising everyday, and a financial collapse of our economy imminent, the end of the American Dream is at hand.  Can it happen here? Yes it can, and the American people have no idea of the hardships and suffering they will be going through in the very near future.

Recent history over the last 100 years has seen several countries around the world all go through what we are about to go through very soon.  Listed below are only the countries that hyperinflation went over 100%.

  • Austria – from Oct. 1921 to Sept. 1922, inflation peaked at 129%
  • Soviet Union – from Jan. 1922 to Feb. 1924, inflation peaked at 212%
  • Free City of Danzig – from Aug. 1922 to Oct. 1923, inflation peaked at 2437%
  • Germany – from Aug. 1922 to Dec. 1923, inflation peaked at 29,525%
  • Poland – from Jan. 1923 to Jan. 1924, inflation peaked at 275%
  • Greece – during WWII from May 1941 to Dec. 1945, inflation peaked at 13,800%
  • China – from July 1943 to Aug. 1945, inflation peaked at 302%, and then from Oct. 1947 to May 1949, inflation peaked at 5070%
  • Taiwan – in Aug. and Sept. 1945, inflation peaked at 399%, and then from Oct. 1948 to May 1949, inflation peaked again at 399%
  • Bolivia – from April 1984 to Sept. 1985, inflation peak was 183%
  • Nicaragua – from June 1986 to Mar. 1991, inflation peaked at 261%
  • Peru – in Sept. 1988, inflation peaked at 114%, and then in July and Aug. 1990, inflation peaked at 397%
  • Argentina – from May 1989 to March 1990, inflation peaked at 197%
  • Azerbaijan – from Jan. 1991 to Dec. 1994, inflation peaked at 118%
  • Kazakhstan – in Jan. 1991, inflation peaked at 141%
  • Kyrgyzstan – in Jan. 1991, inflation peaked at 157%
  • Zaire – from Oct. 1991 to Sept. 1992, inflation peaked at 114%, and then from Oct. 1993 to Sept. 1994, inflation peaked at 250%
  • Russia – in Jan. 1992, inflation peaked at 245%
  • Belarus – from Jan. to Feb. 1992, inflation peaked at 159%
  • Uzbekistan – from Jan. to Feb. 1992, inflation peaked at 118%
  • Tajikistan – from Jan. 1992 to Oct. 1993, inflation peaked at 201%
  • Turkmenistan – from Jan. 1992 to Nov. 1993, inflation peaked at 429%
  • Ukraine – from Jan. 1992 to Nov. 1994, inflation peaked at 285%
  • Yugoslavia – from April 1992 to Jan. 1994, inflation peaked at 313 Billion percent.
  • Republic of Srpska – from April 1992 to Jan. 1994, inflation peaked at 297 Million percent.
  • Armenia – from Oct. 1993 to Dec. 1994, inflation peaked at 438%
  • Georgia – from March to April 1992, inflation peaked at 198%, and then from Sept. 1993 to Sept. 1994, inflation peaked at 211%
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina – April 1992 to June 1993, inflation peaked at 322%
  • Bulgaria – just the month of Feb. 1997, inflation peaked at 123%
  • Zimbabwe – from March 2007 to 2008, inflation peaked at 7.96 Billion percent.

100 Billion Dollars for three eggs!!!

However, the worst inflation ever recorded in world history was in Hungary at the end of WWII between Aug. 1945 and July 1946 when hyperinflation peaked at a staggering 41.9 Quintillion percent.  That is 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000%.

World’s largest denomination bill ever printed, the 100 Quintrillion Hungarian Pengo in 1946

It is very obvious that consumer prices are rising while packaging is shrinking.  But prices will skyrocket when hyperinflation hits with the collapse of the economy.  Prices will increase anywhere from 50 % to over 1000% or more within days to weeks to months.  The purchasing power of the dollar will collapse to worthlessness.  This will result in the following for starters: Bread would cost $30 a loaf or more / Coffee would cost $65 a pound or more / Eggs would cost $50 a dozen or more / Hamburger would cost $75 a pound or more / Milk would cost $40 a gallon or more / and Gas would cost $35 a gallon or more.  Can you imagine paying over $700 every time to fill up your vehicle?  With your paycheck, would you pay for gas to continue to work, or do you pay for food to feed your family?  All this will only be the beginning of the end to total destruction of the economy.

Prepare now for the upcoming disasters before it is too late or face the consequences when the time comes.

One Response to “Hyperinflation”

  1. Andras Kiss

    Good article. Wrong about the worst inflation of 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000%. Zimbawe in mid november 2008 had 89,700,000,000,000,000,000,000%

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