Italian mayor prints local ’currency’ to help residents in need

Italian mayor prints local ’currency’ to help residents in need

The mayor of Santa Marina, a commune in Italy’s southern Campania region, said the authority will hand out its own notes worth a total of €100,000 to help residents get by during the coronavirus crisis. ’This money can be used within the commune and will work like classic vouchers,’ the mayor said in a Facebook post, adding around €5,000 would also go to help a local hospital.

Max Bants
Max Bants 4 weeks

Do you hear that? The collective sounds of AnCaps worldwide violently and uncontrollably jizzing their pants?

Joseph Cribari
Joseph Cribari 4 weeks

Just dont let the central banks catch wind, or sometime next year the US will suddenly have someone then need to start a war with, in Italy

One Watchable
One Watchable 4 weeks

It would be better than (((government)))-regulated money.

Patrick 4 weeks

The United States is doing the same thing. Except our junk bonds look like the old money, back before it was worthless.

Sirax 3 weeks

Could probably be printed in a civillian printer

Ed Murnaghan
Ed Murnaghan 3 weeks

Money printer go brrrrr

Akira6968 4 weeks

(Nationalism intensifies) This is *literally* what hitler did, and the real reason for ww2

Louie Fillet
Louie Fillet 4 weeks

Yes. de-centralize EVERYTHING

Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 4 weeks

More funny money, literally just printed like Monopoly money...

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