Start printing free money for the people!


printing new National Currencies to protect the people from financial terrorism.

In the face of the extremes of poverty, unemployment, homelessness, wage- and debt-slavery now being imposed by the international banks on the peoples of countless nations – whether in the U.S., the U.K., the Eurozone or elsewhere, the National Bolshevik Movement proposes a radical new strategy to be implemented.

At the heart of this strategy is the creation and nationwide distribution of free money for the people in the form of a new currency in different denominations - firstly to independent local traders and shopkeepers and then, along with electoral campaign flyers, directly to people on the high street and on their doorsteps in the form of quantities of a new paper currency in different denominations. This will be a ‘National People’s Currency’ - whether it be called the ‘People’s Dollar’/ ‘People’s Pound’ / ‘People’s Euro’ / ‘People’s Drachma’ - or whatever corresponds to the officially currency of a nation.

Distributing free money would also offer a new, high-profile and highly original form of propaganda and/or electoral campaigning for fundamental monetary reform of our corrupt monetary system - one which is not based just on traditional methods such as distributing campaign literature or going door to door and talking to people without anything more immediate than words to give them. It will also be a way of directly demonstrating and modelling the very aims of the National Bolshevik Movement - by building a fully public National People’s Bank from the ground up. This ‘free money’ strategy can be implemented in three stages:

1. Offering local independent shopkeepers and craftsmen – in particular independent food stores such as bakers, butchers and grocers – any amount of the free money they wish. The sole condition imposed on receivers of the new currency will be a pledge (printed on each note along with the address of the central website) to accept as payment from customers as much of the free currency as they ask to be given. Traders will also be encouraged to offer a part of this freely received money to their suppliers on the same conditions – thus establishing a supply chain and leading to a stage at which they pay their suppliers in the new currency.

2. Handing out bundles of free ‘new money’ in different denominations on the high street or door-to-door - along with a list  of local shopkeepers, traders and craftsmen and service providers willing to accept it.

3. Creating a central website through which (a) anyone can download images of and print any quantity of the new paper currency, (b) which explains the principle of its use and distribution and (c) that allows people to register on a  ‘People’s Market’ any goods and services they are willing to be paid for in the new currency, and (d) be used to log and track the distribution and circulation of the new currency - and eventually form the basis of an electronic currency and free ‘free-money’ payment cards. 

Three basic principles must govern any new ‘National People’s Currency’:

 (1) holders of it promise to accept as payments for their own goods or services as much of the new money as they use to pay for the goods and services of others.  

(2) the new currency may be purchased using a nation’s existing currency or foreign currencies. But holders of the new currency will not be able to exchange it for those currencies.

(3) the new currency will be a truly national currency – and not merely some form of local currency purchased with or representing the official currency.  

In all these ways new National People’s Currencies will also create the basis of new and fully public National People’s Banks – issuing money directly to the people and allowing them to meet their basic needs.

Such new National People’s Currencies could not only be brought into circulation very quickly to pay for food, clothing and other daily necessities of the people. They are could also be used to pay for private services from anyone willing to accept the new currency – for example to pay for providers of teaching, medical care, building repairs, professional services etc.  All that providers of good or services would need to do is register the goods, services they are willing to offer on a ‘People’s Market’ website.  

Important note:

Given the nature of the new currency, and in order for it to function effectively as a currency each note will need to carry the following words:

If used in payment for the goods or services of others, the holder promises to accept the amount on this note as payment for any goods or services of their own.

Each note will also need to carry a reminder declaring that although it can be bought with a nation’s official currency or with foreign currencies it cannot be sold in exchange for them. This will not only support the use of the new currency but also prevent it from being falsely branded as a counterfeit form of official currency.

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