Gideon Gono

Le Zimbabwe est un pays qui s'est imaginé pouvoir enrichir les gens en imprimant de l'argent. Résultat, leur taux d'inflation est de 231 millions de %. Voici comment le président de la banque centrale du Zimbabwe justifie sa politique économique, ça n’annonce rien de bon pour les États-Unis:

"I've been condemned by traditional economists who said that printing money is responsible for inflation. Out of the necessity to exist, to ensure my people survive, I had to find myself printing money. I found myself doing extraordinary things that aren't in the textbooks. Then the IMF asked the U.S. to please print money. I began to see the whole world now in a mode of practicing what they have been saying I should not. I decided that God had been on my side and had come to vindicate me."