Free Money! (Part 1)


Lots of banknotes from around the World

Here’s an extract from my book “Free Money! : Get Your Free Money Here”. This hasn’t been published by anyone except myself. You can get a copy of the full text as a PDF file by emailing me on



by Paul Londoner


I decided to write this book out of sheer frustration and anger with recent financially based attacks which have reduced my life to a shadow of its former self, depriving me of a proper home, and nearly resulting in my death, but also because there seemed to be no action and no implementation of any alternative economics system which would enable my life to improve and be reasonable. Due to the lack of implementation, I have written this book, describing an economic system which incorporates aspects of Participatory Economics (Parecon), Local Exchange Trading Systems (LETS), and Positive Money. I’m concentrating on implementing this new system, instead of spending forever theorising about it. After reading the first part of this book, it tells you to get out there and DO something! Don’t expect any government or opposition party to do it for you. Do it yourself!


  • What is Free Money?

  • How can you get your Free Money?

  • What can you do with your Free Money?

  • Why banking is wrong

  • Why charging interest is wrong

  • How bankers cause unemployment

  • Why currency speculation is wrong

  • Why money issued by banks is worthless

  • Why we don’t need bankers

  • Participatory Economics (Parecon)

  • Positive Money

  • Local Exchange Trading Systems (LETS)

  • Security issues for Free Money

  • Colonial Scrip

  • The Rothschilds

  • No jobs in the Bible

  • Why we don’t need landlords

  • The Police

  • About the Author


Free Money is free is two ways. Firstly it’s free of control by bankers, governments, or any elite group. Secondly, to encourage people to start using it, it’s best to give them a free sample of the Free Money. You might give, or receive some Free Money, or even both. The Free Money itself takes the form of notes issued by an individual, who may or may not also use the name of an organisation. An example of a name for this organisation could be “Free Money System”, “Participatory Economics Association (Parecon)” etc, but the note must be signed by the person who issued it, also giving their contact details. Another good idea is to mention the name of the place where the note was issued. It’s also a good idea for a few people to work together in issuing the Free Money. This involves two or more people deciding on a name for a unit of currency. I think a good currency name is an “Hour’s Work” or “Work Hour”. It’s obvious that this means a service of carrying out some work for one hour. It’s also important to trade in goods, as well as services, though For this reason, a list of equivalent goods to one hour’s work must be given. The two or more people who are issuing these notes in a local area must agree on which goods and what quantity of these goods are equivalent to one hour’s work. Examples of goods could be 1Kg of dry rice, 1Kg of dry pasta, one meal, or 2L of alcoholic drink. Where would the goods come from? People should try to make as many goods as possible. Apart from this, they could buy some goods, such as 5Kg of rice, to help start the system going. Later on, they could try and buy some rice using their Free Money. I think that rice can only grow in certain parts of the World. Pasta may be easier to make yourself, though. Perhaps you can think of some more staple foods, such as Polenta, Soya, flour, etc. I think Pasta is made from wheat, which is then processed and goes through a machine to make it a certain shape, such as spaghetti, linguine, etc. Some meals could consist of the rice or the Pasta, plus something to go with it. Whatever goes with it could have been bought into the system using traditional money, bought in using Free Money, or grown on some land that someone has access to. Examples of land for growing food could be a clearing in the middle of a forest where no one ever goes, or an allotment. You could also use your garden, if you’ve got one, a window box, or some grow bags. As for alcoholic drink, it’s easy to brew alcohol using some kind of liquid such as fruit juice, sugar, and yeast. Some simple equipment which came out a few years ago is called home brewing caps. These are simple airlocks which are screwed onto the top of a clean, plastic, 2L bottle, which previously contained a soft drink or cider. The yeast is a strong Champagne style yeast, which creates its own sterile environment. This is much less complicated than traditional home brewing gear, such as demijohns, bored corks, airlocks with chambers, etc. These ingredients could be bought into the system, but the end result would be much cheaper than the mass produced factory version. More importantly, it also deprives governments of part of their much needed tax control mechanism and enables people to afford to drink more alcohol, accessing the subconscious mind, encouraging them to rebel. This right is under threat from people such as Kenneth Clarke MP, the mass murderer who thought up Jobseekers’ Allowance (JSA) and put a 50% penalty duty on cider over 7.5% vol. The Police in various parts of Britain are also harassing shopkeepers to join “voluntary” schemes where they agree not to sell beer or cider over a certain strength, which could be as little as 6.5% vol.