The concept behind the "zero dollar bill" isn't just to be fun and cheeky, it's designed to act as a peaceful symbol of protest. Brian Romero designed the fake cash in an act of dissatisfaction with the system that manages US currency as well as high oil prices.
"Did you know the U.S. dollar is fiat currency?" he asks on his blog. "Or that the Federal Reserve is a private bank, whose board members and meetings are secret? That's right, our economy is controlled by a secret cabal of domestic and foreign banks!"
His graphics of were turned into black and white stickers in the standard U.S. currency size. They will come enclosed in future packages of Pocket Pistols as well as be available for sale on Brian Romero's site.
Fake Currency As Protest
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