That is not nearly enough bullets. And, what are they protecting? IOUs? Book-keeping entries? Debt based currency? They are certainly overstating their value. in peace
From Epoch Times, by Jasper Fakkert,
Hungary’s central bank bought 200,000 bullets and 112 firearms to protect itself against what it describes as an increase in international security risks.
In response to a Hungarian lawmaker’s question about the need for the arms, Governor of the National Bank of Hungary Gyorgy Matolcsy, said in a statement that the need came from an increased “international security risk” from terrorism, bomb threats, and immigrants.
Last year Hungary constructed a wall along its border with Serbia to stem the influx of migrants.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his right-wing Fidesz party have been some of Europe’s strongest opponents of an immigration influx into Europe in recent years. Last year Hungary constructed a wall…
View original post 117 more words