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Dishonest Money

NOTE: The "2024 edition" of Dishonest Money has an updated cover and contains a new chapter (Chapter Zero) that covers AI, CBDCs, and the benefits of Bitcoin. It also contains 150 new page references to source material, an index, and has been lightly rewritten.

* The free PDF for the 2024 edition is available here.
* The free 2024 Audiobook is on YouTube, the MP3s are available here
* If you'd like to purchase, the 2024 paperback, eBook and Audiobook version is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other retailers. 

The HTML version of the ORIGINAL 2009 version of Dishonest Money is available below. The 2009 paperback might still be available at and other retailers. 

*Unless otherwise noted, all indented quotes in the original version are the words of G. Edward Griffin
Additional languages of the original version: German

Dishonest Money (2009 Edition) Below


     © J. Plummer - All Rights Reserved

"An excellent job of condensing this large and complicated topic." -G. Edward Griffin


The premise of this book is simple: Very smart and powerful people have created a system of financial control. With it, they are robbing you of your wealth, freedom and future. The average citizen, never taught how the system works, cannot effectively fight it.


If the premise of this book is simple, then its purpose is even simpler: Help the average citizen learn “the system” so they can protect their wealth, freedom, and future. …Stop the thieves before they steal everything.


To achieve this purpose, we’ll cover the following in common language:


The Federal Reserve System, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank; who created them and who benefits? Inflation, deflation, booms, busts, BAILOUTS, depressions and recessions; what are they, what causes them and who benefits? Honest money vs. dishonest money; how are they different and who benefits? The CFR, the Trilateral Commission, the European Union, a North American Union, One-World government…who benefits?


By the end of this short book, the reader will be familiar with these terms, will know “who benefits” and (more importantly) will know who pays…



A writer who steals the work of another is called a plagiarist. One who takes from the works of many is called a researcher. That is a roundabout way of saying I am deeply indebted to the efforts of so many who have previously grappled this topic. …Without the cumulative product of their efforts, it would have taken a lifetime to pull together the material you are about to read. – G. Edward Griffin


It’s only fitting that this book begins with the quote above. It is taken from The Creature from Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin. Although I’ve read many books, papers, and articles; listened to lectures and viewed documentaries on the topics we’re about to discuss, I have found no single resource better than Mr. Griffin’s book. As such, I have written Dishonest Money to serve as a beginner's guide. (What you’re about to read only scratches the surface.) For a much more thorough account, please purchase and read The Creature from Jekyll Island. To buy directly from the author, please  or, you can purchase from this link. 

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