U.S. Military Prapoganda leaflet. Likely prepared by Psychological Operations Dissemination Battalion (Airborne) Print Company of the 4th Psychological Operations (PSYOP) Group while working with the Central Command (CENTCOM) headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia during Gulf War II. The front of the paper appears to be an Iraqi $25 dinar, however, the back contains a propaganda message.
The message translates in English to:
There is no difference between your money and this piece of paper. Worthless money is plentiful in the land and the deprivation is spreading. No remedy is in sight. The suffering is spreading. There is no nourishment, but there is filth. There is no water or soap to be found. The darkness has settled. The electricity is out. You are in distress. You have needs but your wife is not with you. You are afraid of Saddam but you do not disobey. You are in imminent danger of death but have no plan to change it. Oh people of Iraq, you still have the power to do something but you are sitting in your houses. Oh soldiers, Oh civilians, Oh elders, Oh youth, Oh women, Oh men! The time has come for you to respond to the call of duty. Rise up and flood the streets and alleys for the overthrow of Saddam and supporters.