Free Future, With the Comforts ~ Blog Post.

14 Oct

A free future needn’t be one of hardships, or of lower quality. Interface matching people up for things happens at (0,0) supply and demand, and so we basically expect that. A gift community store tries to stock well all products of all varieties, with most stuff made free and custom to order, as well. Craft is put into these objects, as they will be used for a long time. “Things” that currently exist are cycled into the free machine, and each of these artisan producers or factories is gifted with the tools/things to succeed at what they choose to do.

Take initiative! If pile of sticks has to be moved from A to B and someone leaves it at “not yet there,”& you’re walking don’t leave it for someone else to do! Begin by wiping your own behind, but thereafter society/community will offer you opportunities in a way never before experienced.

Freedom becomes us. It’s porch time with the family, friends, hike in the woods smoking whatever, just as much as it’s fast cars run on electricity to find your niche or scratch your itch at the time. Let’s take some time, America, to get adjusted. There is no money necessary in this society.

To get food where it should be, there are like a thousand means. Pantry/USDA system is great, so is the mobile refrigerated trucks. Perhaps former Cargill/DuPont and the others would move the hemp for free. Goods grown frequently enough an interval and, anyone would (you) just have to grow them.

With robots on the mining and production ;)

A few pointers: first on constructing metro downtown interfaces. To have free food is a motivator for. There can be meals, pantries, and other things to go by which attract people to where they need to be, and incentivize, if they are trying to support a family still.

To metro utility companies – your services are appreciated. Any current monies should reduce that maintenence cost of running it, and innovate that way to get free. A special truck, etc, or tool is appreciated by a phone call.

Finally, farmers wanted. What do you like so much that you want to make sure everyone has it? It’s so lovely and such a different construction, that I would absolutely love to live on a farm like this. If you need anything else, just call. Food’s available.. restaurants and other things, too.

What’s to do? Lots of things! Join by interface: in volunteer at a place if you want to.
Take up the setup of systems which are self reliant, for another.
Take up urban farming – this will seriously teach you more than almost anything else.
Live free and advocate for it! If you’re “in,” then politicians eventually don’t stand a chance. Let’s evolve the human race!


Wrote a Post at Moneyless Society:

24 Sep Free Detroit a force of nature

I guest-submitted this article. Now you know where to reference if someone pulls a communism or socialism on you! Love, Ed Che.

100 free means of exchange : INTERFACE

9 Sep

Community Mechanism
Something to do
Free Box
Free Store
Live Free
Community Services
Free City
Free Detroit
Alternative System Detroit
Cig: “square”
“twist one up for ya”
Ubuntu Detroit
Pantry/Food Bank
Bridge points (aka Food stamps, or EBT – has digits, government..)
Common Fridge
Food Not Bombs
FOS Software
Barn raise
Crop mob
Engage an army
Good timing
No hate
No bank
Community Kitchen
Free Meal
Churches provide
Intentional Community
New Food Solutions
No money
Anarchy ?
Choice Pantry
Late night restaurant closing
Home production
Steal ?
“Don’t ask too many questions”
Free community store
This fridge (
New work flow model
Enough of stuff, eg, stop
“Hungry, go here, eat” Community meal
Ubuntu grow 4x your needs
Seed library
Gift exchange
Food pantry
“Bring it back” ant soldier

Because these are all just the modern day ones! Note: I find after making/reading this that my interactions with my neighbors who have also seen the ubuntuusa about-us page are not in a box, they just flow better. :)

Ed Che


Presenting, for the Everything will be free Alternative Supply and Demand

25 Aug

Hi folks – so these are some drawings from the notebook that I think will clear things up. There are actually a lot of alternative ways of doing things, it seems, an interface that really has to become more comfortable, and still some/many answers to figure out. All the animals have a different way of doing things that seems to work out. If we collectively manifest, then there will just be enough of everything. No need for money involved. So, these are some of the starts. Love, Ed Che.

Alt aggregate supply


Alt demand - micro eg household
alt demand – micro

Alt aggregate demand, macro :)


Things are clearing up out here! I hope that these movements start growing wherever you are. As Cindy Kay says, we are now gaining a critical mass!

As for me, it’s back to building the alt greenhouse. Enjoy and please feel free to spice up the model as it gets used, as permitted under the NC BY SA creative commons license: here. ~ ~ EC

On the Home – Wendell Berry

17 Aug image

“Once, some farmers, particularly in Europe, lived in their barns– and so were both at work and at home. Work and rest, work and pleasure, were continuous with each other, often not distinct from each other at all. Once, shopkeepers lived in, above, or behind their shops. Once, many people lived by “cottage industries,” — home production. Once, households were producers and processors of food, centers of their own maintenance, adornment, and repair, places of instruction and amusement. People were born in their houses, and lived and worked and died in them. Such houses were not generalizations. Similar to each other in materials and design as they might have been, they nevertheless looked and felt and smelled different from each other because they were articulations of particular responses to their places and circumstances.

When people do not live where they work, they do not feel the effects of what they do. The people who make wars do not fight them. The people responsible for the various depredations of “agribusiness “do not live on farms. They — like many others of less wealth and power– live in ghettos of their own kind in homes full of “conveniences” which signify that all is well. In an automated kitchen, in a gleaming, odorless bathroom,in year-round air-conditioning, in color TV, in an easy chair, the world is redeemed. If what God made can be made by humans into this, then what can be wrong?

I have already spoken of the highly simplified role of the modern household with respect to the production and preparation of food: it has set itself increasingly aside from production and preparation and become more and more a place for the consumption of food produced and prepared elsewhere. But this setting aside of the nest or residence from the sources of life is more general and even more serious than that would indicate. The modern home, even more than the government and universities, has institutionalized the divisions and fragmentations of modern life.

And the modern household’s direct destructiveness of the world bears a profound relation — as cause or effect or both — to the fundamental moral disconnections for which it also stands. It divorces us from the sources of our bodily life; as a people, we no longer know the earth we come from, have no respect for it, keep no responsibilities to it. And few who are acquainted with the young can doubt that the modern home has also failed as a place of instruction and that the schools are failing under the burden of that deeper failure.

Berry, Wendell. The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture. p. 51-53.

Written in 1977, these words still ring today. Reading over this post, it reads a lot like something that I would write. Wendell Berry is in modern days, somewhat upset; because things have not been changing quickly enough. What I have put together as the basics, in designs of the future find ways to do things from a house and even place-based apartments, cities, and from the land. Op alternative logic is that if you are spending money on something, have it be on how to get free in that area. :) Things like electric, heat, hot water, and micro-food growing all have huge advancements potential. You can be a part of this movement, and make a big contribution to changing how we live.

People in Houses – New Development Paradigm Freedom and Fast

10 Jul

The map, which is so far my nicest art piece that is very instructional on the new paradigm, can be found in a share link at: . This City depicted could serve hundreds or thousands, and could be in a suburban area, or could not even exist. These are simply the things that you have to have access to – the community center is such a good thing! Free coffee and wireless is a spine of such a community. Amongst also offering a pleasant lifestyle, this community would be hospitable to anyone passing through (though not too much!) and would produce a ton of culture!

freedom map nice final2




We can begin where you are. This being a facebook page currently, and looking for a new social network, linked here and on other pages I and others have made.


In larger scales, a cooperative development paradigm can build large projects. More folks doing this where they are will convince political leaders to adapt the human race to change. If not for freedom in their language and rhetoric, then it’s just more politicians who are going to fight about the same things.


The rocket science of sustainability:


Free radio – join us tune in with different channels and a cool place to hang out! Also check out the station at


Untitled 9


Hope you enjoyed the pictures so far! Ultimately, it’s in the mind a switch like, if capitalism wasn’t intuitive, then what would be? Also, if in the past people divided everything up like numbers, then it’s simply live life analog. :) Enjoy the revolution, right for a lot of people!

Ed Che – Discovered How to Live Free on Youtube:

Sincerely, Ed Che
oChe Southern California

The hood’s like: what does this guy mean by being free?

30 Apr

The same things I have had from the start/finish of time on native land to now, and haven’t really added anything:

- Sleeping bag, light and warm. Added another sleeping bag that’s warmer for Ohio.

- Rocket stove that is, made out of cans (DIY free, and gives freedom).

- Laptop, lasts a lot longer since I put on linux.

- A lighter. Working on making fire, there is a way with a root if you look it up.

- Community meal once a day they have it, I probably go to about half. Food pantry giveaway here once a month. Hadn’t been to the other one in over 2. Otherwise, I’ll grow everything seasonal, what I eat.

- A big bag of tobacco, was gifted to me by the elder, but I lost it; since then I refill when someone has a big bag, so it works fine.

-The bag of Maté that my native friend in LA gave me. Stays around forever… plus you can keep using water.

- A plastic ziploc bag of coffee, ground up. There’s another hack where you get a big sack of green coffee beans, and use an air-popcorn popper to pop them. Some varieties grow in low altitudes, although there is not much case study so far of people in North America being able to grow their own coffee. I did order a green/black tea bush as a potential substitute.

- Coat (I’ve been wearing long black), another jacket that goes inside for moderate, rainy weather, or as another layer.

- A cell phone that’s provided from one of these sites on

- There are many places that are free to be in, like the public libraries, hackerspaces, parks, outside anywhere, college library, friends houses :) and there should be more, internet access, food forests, ways to build houses without bank, occupy :)

- Some addictions you will have to find a substitute, eg hack, usually just once, find how to grow it, find an alternative, or also do without. :)

- Did add a camera to document, has been useful to show process.

Decolonization in process. Join us. Be a part of the legion army, against capitalism. June 4th, 2014 optout.

Here is an album on how to in freedom that’s called, Fodehood_freedom:


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