This is how it feels.

This is how it feels to give up your freedom for safety.

This is how it feels to give up your freedom for rights.

This is how it feels to give up your freedom for predictability.

This is how it feels to give up your freedom for niceness.

This is how it feels to give up your freedom for regulation.

This is how it feels to give up your freedom for centralisation.

Take a good long looki and tell me you want “the community” to steer this ship and “the people” to decide what’s right and wrong. Tell me that freedom is what other people say it is, and not what you, as an independent individual make of it.

Go ahead. I’m listening.

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4 thoughts on “This is how it feels.

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  2. jurov says:

    Got childhood memories… shopping was same in Czechoslovakia.

    • Just like the taste of plastic won’t leave the mouths of Americans for a few generations, I’d imagine that the taste of iron will similarly follow you and your kin.

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