The Dark History of Censorship and Why Free Speech Matters - #162

Censorship has been largely based on the idea that the government should be able to protect the public from a variety of opinions, and that the public should be aware of the consequences of their own beliefs. During the C19 pandemic, we learned that powerful institutions valued big business and narratives more than the well-being of the people. Somehow there are still plenty of "journalists" who believe we should have censorship even though we know measures taken (i.e. lockdowns) were extremely harmful. In fact, we may not understand the severity of lockdowns for many decades to come.

The United States of America and many other countries are about to sign as legally binding agreement with the World Health Organization (W.H.O), which allows the W.H.O to have full authority during pandemics. For example, if they want to implement lockdowns, experimental medications, and other countermeasures, then sovereign nations who signed this "treaty" would have to obey the orders given. This is quite literally a "medical dictatorship". We must all band together across party lines, classes, and everything else that "divides" us because our freedom would be at stake should there be another pandemic (the elites are *assuring* us that there will be one sooner rather than later).

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The Dark History of Censorship and Why Free Speech Matters - #162
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