Oh, trust me freedom is more than what people thought they were. It could open great dark path or path of light . let say, freedom of speech. If interpret of having someone able to say whatever they want. Fine, this evening were watching about aliens. Lets say they're true and they're coming and few people watching from the observatory and giving press about "They're here! They're here!" wouldnt it cause public chaos?
From the perspective of an American, our forefathers said that we were given "inalienable rights" and freedom ranks among those. We have a right to be free.
In this day & age, however, it is made more to appear a luxury.
It's a right. Human beings, just like any creature, deserve to be free from any oppression.
Freedom is a luxury to be treasured. On another level, we are born with a free spirit that is always with us. It is uncontainable. Perhaps that is the reason our captives try to break it. A broken spirit brings hopelessness..
it was a right or and illusion as a right in the USA, but the American Indians land was taken, Africans taken from there land and made slave, Chinese came here and American dope them up, but in time freedom was here for all and now the American people has SOLD THERE FREEDOM TO THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND TO CORPORATION.
I think freedom is an illusion. Now liberty is something different
Freedom is our right. It's our governments that want to make it a luxury.
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