We are own own prison warders. We are the ones who keep the doors to freedom slammed shut. By refusing to open our minds and allow the light of truth to push away the shadows of fear, we are condemning ourselves to a living death.
There are those who are happy to eat toxic food, think toxic thoughts and live the toxic existence given to them on a plate by the hidden elite. They think they are free, so have no desire to break free from a prison cell that they won't even acknowledge.
There is a sizable portion of the indigenous population in Europe who love Big Brother and will fight to protect him; he provides them with tedious entertainment and titillation, and all he asks in return is their compliance. Such is the mind control they are under, that many people believe that an existence based on how much one owns, and what one 'does' for a living, is the be-all and end-all of reality. Plato wrote of the people who see shadows reflected on the wall of a cave, and never for a moment consider that reality is much more than is glimpsed in the shadows, or even less, that the true reality which lies outside the cave. Such it is with the people who view life in purely materialistic terms. It gives them pain to be exposed to the truth, so they just shut down and close their minds further; ridiculing all who point to the fact that what they perceive is but a crafted impression of reality, and one which exists to aid the agenda of the hidden elite. There are none so blind as those who will not see.
In the Soviet Union, Collectivisation resulted in the death from starvation of over 20 million people. People who questioned the Khazar government's policy of Collectivisation were labelled by State psychiatrists as mentally ill, and paranoid. In the 'West' this policy of silencing free thought, by labelling as mad those who object to the deeds of the establishment, is just as prevalent as the use of Psychiatry in the days of the USSR. The difference is that the commissars of political correctness are more subtle than their ideological brothers were. The condemnation and humiliation is issued not solely through the legal-medical apparatus, but most commonly through the entertainment media. Soap operas and children's TV programmes are the favoured tools of the brain washers. In Plato's Cave, the people watched their own shadows. In the new politicised era, the people watch the flickering television images which are further removed from reality than the shadows cast by the fire; at least in Plato's allegory, the shadows were not directed to control the minds of those who watched them.
If we are to be free, we must first free our minds. Television is one of the most powerful weapons of our enemies. Far too many people believe that it is possible to watch a variety of television programmes and thus achieve a balanced view of the world. In the UK, all programming is subject to government censorship, thus even the most scandalous exposures of State wrong-doings have first passed through the control mechanism of the State before being aired. Those who believe they can balance the Marxist social engineering of the BBC by watching the Capitalist soft-porn of Channel 5, are seriously deluded. All channels in the UK are subject to the censor, and not just the State propaganda broadcaster. The Television schedule is referred to as 'programming' because that is exactly what it is; and it is the people who are being programmed.
To achieve freedom we must remove the hypnotic power of the media. We must research the fraudulent banking system with its equally fraudulent Stock Market, and detach ourselves from any allegiance to the twin headed dæmon of Capitalism and Communism. We must take a step back from all we have learnt in school, or have come to accept as restricted due to the enemy's legal system. We must take charge of our own existence, and have the courage to walk away from what appears to be the unchangeable reality of politics and economics, and thus forge our own way free from the stranglehold of the hidden rulers. And, when we have grasped the fact that everything we have been taught is a lie, then, and only then, may we be ready to dare to peek outside the cave which we have come to view as the sum of reality. But that is another issue altogether! The first step to freedom is breaking free from the grip of fear of ridicule and the unfamiliar. By freeing ourselves, we weaken our enemies, and strike out on the path to an existence outside their control. Freedom comes from within.