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well, basically you need to

well, basically you need to distinguish here. you cannot 'export' inflation in the sense that it will make goods more expensive in another currency (ie one that is not inflated or less inflated) simultaneously. this is because you have more dollars (if the dollar is inflated) chasing less goods, but not more swiss francs (if the swiss franc is not inflated simultaneously) chasing that same amount of goods.

however, if the us dollar is inflated obviously the dollar bills held by foreign countries or citizens of foreign countries will decrease just as much in real value (ie purchase power) as the dollar bills held by us citizens. so if you regard that as 'exporting' inflation, then it is possible.

do you have other examples of why you would call the members of the mises institute 'false prophets' or examples that make you feel they are 'promulgating lies'?

full disclosure: i am not a member of the mises institute, nor do i knowingly know a member of the mises institute personally.