Breaking Free of the Mental Prison

Our people are in a prison without bars and are controlled by fear (false evidence appearing real). And as a result of this are always on the defensive; and no military battle was ever won by being continually on the defensive; and no battle was ever won by sugar coating things and dancing about the bush in dancing shoes. They are won by going on the offensive, having a defence, and going on the counter offensive when the time is right.


Breaking Free of the mental prison


Here is where we are to all intents and purposes; and heading towards this state of being in not only a metaphorical sense, but literally; as will be noted by unfolding global economic events and the continued war on terror: “perpetual war”, George Orwell 1984. And “War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength”, George Orwell 1984.

Here is a good link that has a good take on the illusion of freedom and democracy:

In this article I will outline historical precedents for breaking free of our prison without bars; and readers should not be afraid to have an open mind, as their brain won’t fall out. As “There are none so enslaved as those who falsely believe they are free”, Goethe.

‘The American colonies in the 18th century used a paper currency called Colonial Scrip which provided the debt-free and interest-free liquidity needed to create prosperous economies in the different colonies. By issuing these ‘bills of credit’ the colonials frustrated the private debt-creating bankers and the City of London and some historians believe that this was the real reason why the American War of Independence was fought.’

‘Another example of ‘bills of credit’ nearer to home was what happened in Guernsey at the end of the Napoleonic Wars’:

‘But the best known example in history of debt-free and interest-free money being issued by a government based on the credit of the nation is Abraham Lincoln’s Greenback Dollar created during the American Civil War’:

More information about the Greenback Dollars can be found at: php

The aforementioned are a few examples that clearly illustrate that there is absolutely no need for this conjured up and completely contrived economic problem called ‘austerity’ nor indeed is there any need for any sort of financial crisis now or in the future! The hidden truth about money supply is now OUT for all to see and understand.


So we now come to this one hundred year old historical precedent which has so much riding on it! At the outbreak of the First World War, the Bank of England and the private bankers, fearing that people would rush to withdraw their money thus setting in motion a run on the banks, went to see Lloyd George, the then Chancellor of the Exchequer. He quickly rushed through the Currency and Bank Notes Act 1914 which allowed His Majesty’s Treasury to immediately start issuing debt-free and interest-free treasury notes based on the credit worthiness of the country.

Having extended the August 3rd Bank Holiday by a further three days, the banks reopened for business on August 7th with these new treasury notes being immediately accepted as legitimate money by the British people. Signed by the First Secretary to the Treasury, Sir John Bradbury, the next few months saw some £300 million of these ‘Bradbury’ treasury notes being printed thus effectively averting any possible financial crisis as Britain mobilised her armed forces and industries for the grim struggle ahead.

However, the private bankers, realising that these debt-free Bradbury’s would prevent them from making obscene profits from this terrible war, ‘persuaded’ Lloyd George to agree to phase out the debt-free treasury notes in favour of returning to the more conventional ‘loans’ from the banks whereby interest would be added. The result of this ‘about turn’ in favour of the bankers was to see Britain’s National Debt go up from £650 million in 1914 to a staggering £7,500 million in 1919. “The bankers had made their killing out of the killing!”

This new currency issued by the State, was backed by the credit of the State, and was issued to the banks to prevent the banks from utter collapse. This in itself eliminated inflation, and nobody talked about inflation again.





From the aforementioned it can be seen who starts wars and why: “If my sons did not want war, there would be no war” Mayer Amschel Rothschild’s wife on her death bed.

Here is one country that broke away from their control:

And this is what they did to them for daring to stand up to those who owned and controlled them
Alexander Solzhenitsyn puts the total number of deaths under communism at 220 million. “Violence can only be concealed by a lie, and the lie can only be maintained by violence. Any man who has once proclaimed violence as his method is inevitably forced to take the lie as his principle”. Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Jüri Lina is an Estonian writer, music producer and film director,who was born in 1949 in Soviet-occupied Estonia, puts the total number of deaths under communism globally at 300 million, which he outlines here:

And this is another other example that is down the memory hole: while lies are the order of the day. “A lie will travel half way round the world while the truth is putting its boots on.” Mark Twain. “If you tell the truth you have nothing to remember.” Mark Twain. Truth does not fear questioning or investigation. And does not need laws to protect it:


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Only by speaking the truth without fear or favour will THE BRITISH VOICE become louder and louder; so that we can break free of our enslavement to usury and tax debt that can never be repaid due to borrowing, interest and compound interest for ‘money’ that only exists on a computer screen.So if we continue with the way nationalism has performed during the post war period, THE BRITISH VOICE will become a whimper and disappear into the annals of history. And remember now and always: “In times of universal deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act”. George Orwell


Break free of your mental chains; you have nothing to lose, but your freedom to gain!
Dafydd Ellis




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