2309112100M WE’RE IN THE ERA WHEN LIBERTY DIES:
We do appear to be living in the American era when liberty has been murdered. Because if you automatically self-censor yourself you are already a slave – no longer a free citizen.
“Group Think” is just another way of saying ‘Collective Thinking.’ Or as the old saying goes: If you want to know who’s in charge just find out who you’re not allowed to criticize. And what was the J6 demonstration if not a criticism of those in charge?
All these litigations being initiated to prevent President Trump from being elected again if scrutinized closely show their true purpose which is to put an end to our Two Party political system – leaving only the one political party to choose from just like any other communist country has.
Communists censor their opponents as a rule – or can you name a communist country that doesn’t?
President Trump is going on trial for what he thinks, not for what he’s physically done – in this era that Liberty has died in America.
What is a purpose of a political party if not to conspire to legally win elections – to think and speak what’s not allowed?
Posted by: Lou Valentino ~ 1 hour ago ~ 4.4K views ~ 321K subscribers
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liberty (noun) · liberties (plural noun) · Liberty (noun)
"compulsory retirement would interfere with individual liberty"
SIMILAR: independence, freedom, autonomy, sovereignty, self government, self rule, self, determination, home rule, civil liberties, civil rights, human rights, autarky.
OPPOSITE: dependence, subjugation.
SIMILAR: free, on the loose, loose, at large, unconfined, roaming, unbound, untied, unchained, unshackled, unfettered, unrestrained, unrestricted, wild, untrammeled, escaped, out, set loose.
OPPOSITE: imprisoned, in captivity.
"the Bill of Rights was intended to secure basic civil liberties"
SIMILAR: right, birthright, opportunity, facility, prerogative, entitlement, privilege, permission, sanction, leave, consent, authorization, authority, license, clearance, blessing, dispensation, exemption, faculty, carte blanche.
"the Statue of Liberty"
"individuals should enjoy the liberty to pursue their own interests and preferences"
SIMILAR: freedom, independence, free rein, freeness, license, self-determination, free will, latitude, option, choice, volition, leeway, margin, scope, elbow room, noncompulsion, noncoercion, nonconfinement.
a person's freedom from control by fate or necessity.
shore leave granted to a sailor.
"how did he know what she was thinking?—it was a liberty!"
SIMILAR: take advantage of, exploit, act with overfamiliarity.
OPPOSITE: be polite, show consideration.
late Middle English: from Old French liberte, from Latin libertas, from liber ‘free’.
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