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When did “Freedom” become a dirty word?

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On the battlefields of Europe during the World Wars, millions of men lost their lives fighting for freedom, a battle against tyranny. A battle to keep our freedoms. Heroes were everywhere as they stepped up to give us a future to believe in.

Now “Freedom” is a dirty word; now, the majority do not fight for freedom. Instead, they hand over their freedoms every single day to authoritarian governments. The Anzacs would be rolling over in their graves, watching the freedoms they died for, that they sacrificed their lives for, being taken away without even a blink of an eye from most citizens of the world.

Why did they fight? Why did they sacrifice it when we cannot honour them by standing up and fighting for our freedoms?

The world watched on as parliaments across the world implemented big brother policies on citizens across the globe in response to 9/11. The fear from that alleged attack on the twin towers from Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaida was enough for people to allow significant intrusions into their lives. I write alleged attack because while the twin towers did fall, there are serious question marks on who was responsible for the attacks.

Would a government attack its people to get the people to openly accept significant intrusions into their lives and attacks on their freedom? I will let you answer that one.

Now we have the Coronavirus outbreak, a pandemic on which the elite ran a simulation just months before the actual outbreak occurred; now, seriously, please do not say that was just a coincidence.

Look at the freedoms we gave up during the outbreak; I will break them down and show you just what society allowed because of the fear the governments and media created. We did not give these freedoms up with a fight.

Instead, we actively asked the government to take our freedoms away, and we as a collective whole attacked anyone who dared to discuss their freedoms, rights, and liberties. These people were a threat to the world and needed to be punished. Freedom became a dirty word.

Let’s take a moment to examine some of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights articles.

Article 1

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.

Well, that human right was destroyed during the Coronavirus outbreak; no one respected the dignity and the rights of those that wanted to remain unvaccinated, the small businesses who wanted to stay open during the pandemic, or even those that did not want to wear a mask.

There was no spirit of brotherhood, as society as a collective whole attacked these people online and in person. People would even be abused on the streets. A man came up to me in Canberra during the major protests after noticing my car had messages of freedom on it. Those messages were so offensive to him that he wanted to fight me.

Another example of how extreme people became is when a woman in a car deliberately crashed into another vehicle in Canberra and abused a woman who was in Canberra to stand up for her freedoms. Such a great display of the spirit of brotherhood right there.

Article 5

No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or punishment.

I would argue that excluding people from society, stopping them from getting medical treatment, and from preventing people from earning an income is, in fact, inhuman and degrading treatment, and it was done as a punishment for not accepting the vaccine.

There was no free will; there was no free choice. It was forced on people if they wanted to live an everyday existence; if they chose not to comply, they were punished very harshly.

Article 9

No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention, or exile.

This is a grey area, but I believe that the detention of people worldwide to quarantine while travelling was a breach of this article; I do not believe that the decision had a grounding in any law or fact.

Article 13

  1. Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state
  2. Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country.

Wow, we as a nation, stamped all over this human right. We were not only unable to move between the states, but at times, we were not allowed to travel more than 5km from our homes. As for Australians overseas, many struggled to get back into our nation, and we were not permitted to leave our country except for the direst of situations.

This meant that families did not get to say goodbye to loved ones; families were split up sometimes for years. Look at the situation up on the Queensland/New South Wales border. Many families had businesses on one side of the border and their homes on the other side.

It tore husbands and wives, mums and dads apart. With one having to stay on one side of the border to maintain the business and the other to look after the kids on the other side of the border. What inhuman rubbish did we witness? It was criminal, a criminal attack on our very freedoms.

Article 18

Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief and freedom, either alone or in community with the others in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship, and observance.

This is just another human right that got trampled all over. Lets’s start with worshipping in the community; nope, not permitted. Churches were shut down; people’s religious rights were trampled all over.

Then let us look at people who rejected the vaccine on religious grounds or conscience. That was not a sufficient reason to get an exemption, and as such, you were punished according to the laws enacted in the part of the globe you lived in. Some punishments were harsher depending on your location.

Our human rights have been shredded to pieces, and only a few million globally stood up. The rest welcomed the destruction of freedom.

Article 19

Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes the freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.

Well, I am sure you understand you are no longer entitled to your opinion unless it follows the approved narrative. How many of you have received social media bans, and it is not limited to everyday people? Scientists and doctors have been shut down, and independent media outlets like ours have been shut down or severely punished on several social media platforms. Another freedom society has collectively given up.

Article 20

Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association.

Nope, not anymore. Instead, you can look forward to tear gas, capsicum spray, rubber bullets, or even getting trampled by police horses.

Article 23

Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favourable conditions of work, and to protection against unemployment.

Well, we let this human right get destroyed. The mandates are a disgrace to human rights. Protection against unemployment, there is no protection anymore. Many are still unable to find employment because of these disgusting mandates. Yet, many people welcome them even though the evidence shows that vaccinated and unvaccinated can equally spread the virus. It is just full-blown discrimination and a complete breach of our human rights.

While some governments have removed them, it has not stopped corporations like Woolworths and Coles from still enforcing the mandates. The CEOs and boards of these companies are nothing but the most disgusting people in the world. They know there is no scientific basis for forcing a vaccine mandate, yet they still do. When did we become a society that so openly discriminates, and the people applaud it? Shame on every one of you that still supports the mandates.

Now that is the Universal Human Rights Declaration, what about the Nuremberg Code?

I am sure I do not need to tell you that it was thrown out the window when it came to the vaccines, but for those who may be unaware, I will break that down in my next article.

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