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Operation Bernhard was the codename of a secret Nazi plan devised during the Second World War by the RSHA and the SS to destabilise the British economy by flooding the country with forged Bank of England £5, £10, £20, and £50 notes. It was the largest counterfeiting operation in history and has been dramatised in books, the BBC comedy-drama miniseries Private Schulz and a 2007 Oscar-winning Austrian film, The Counterfeiters (Die Fälscher).
From 1942 to 1945, the Germans forged more pound notes than all the reserves in the vaults of the Bank of England--132 million pounds, equal to about 15 per cent of all genuine notes in circulation and enough to cast suspicion on all of England 's paper money.
He calls this "an anonymous social experiment for good," and says that after closing a six-figure real estate deal, he wanted to share the wealth. He hopes others do the same.
"I am OK with giving out at least $1000 a day for the foreseeable future. It will not affect my finances significantly," he or she wrote in an email. "We are planning to add more cities, starting with LA next weekend, and NYC shortly afterwards."
I think you are misinterpreting what the tweet Ryan sent to HiddenCash meant, it sounds like a joke. This is how I interpret that tweet, Ryan pulls a jacket he rarely wears out of the closet and finds money he forgot about in his jacket pocket, then sends a silly tweet to HiddenCash. He was being facetious, it's doubtful that he meant HiddenCash broke in to his apartment and planted the cash in his pocket. - See more at: www.abovetopsecret.com...
@poliholic B.S. Alert, you are being set up. DOJ activates DTEC just today. People wake up Ryan is being set up as an example