Archive for August, 2014

Just a Word

Posted: August 31, 2014 in Uncategorized
Just a Word

‘Terrorist’ is just a word, one I wish I’d never heard

When it’s used to vilify, without the need to question why

Only fools would swift condemn, that which has not befallen them

Until you know what lies behind, the actions of a tortured mind

Thank your God for sparing you, the suffering others have lived through

Where are the cries of just demand, for Arabs driven from their land?

Blame the victim, turn the cheek, praise the bully, kick the weak!

Mock the man who truth does speak

Tinker, tailor, soldier, spy, greed, corruption, torture, lies!

Blair invasion, sly persuasion, annihilation, massacred nation

Keep on running, karma’s coming!

Money talks, truth walks, oil spills, greed kills

Tide is turning, London’s burning!

Bombs will fall and blood will flow, as sure as my own name I know

Until corrupt dictators go, brutal, rotten, to the core

Their day has come, they rule no more

Show me the man who will not fight, to save his child, his home, his right!

You can call him what you like, you’re not in his sorry plight

Cowards stay and Martyrs go, I know not where, but this I know

Speak your truth and stand your ground, fight your corner

When all around, point the finger, purse the lips, pin the label, ‘Terrorist’!

Just a word, but one that sticks, even when the cap don’t fit

But for the grace of God go I, remember that, before you cry

False accusation, names of shame, at those who may not be to blame,

Their crime, refused to play the game, of meek acceptance, dumbing down,

Your life, your choice; Warrior / Clown 



Bradbury Pound

Posted: August 21, 2014 in Uncategorized

Just listened to a presentation about the Bradbury Pound, by the man leading the argument for it, Justin Walker.

Please go look it up, it saved the nation from financial collapse at the advent of World War One.

The Bankers of the time were panicked by the thought of the people wanting to withdraw their money, at a time when there was insufficient liquid currency in the vaults to pay the people and fund the up-coming war effort.

The treasury minister/ Chancellor of that time was a certain Lloyd George, he gave the order for the printing of Millions of  Bradbury Pounds over a bank holiday period, to replace the Bank of England pounds, to allow the economy to function. The people accepted the money, through government approval, and happily used the Bradbury throughout the period of war.

So, whats so clever about that? You might ask.

Well, this new money, The Bradbury Pound, was issued without any debt attached to it, it didn’t bear interest, so it didn’t add to the national debt. Because it wasn’t printed by a PRIVATE COMPANY, the Bank of England. Genius.

Go read the whole story here:!%2030:11:12.pdf

Or if you prefer to watch and listen:

There is now a campaign to get the Bradbury re-instated as the currency of the nation, to end the national debt, to end usury and to reduce the taxation forced upon the long suffering people by the criminals of the Central Banks and Bank for International Settlements.