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As a writer and podcaster, I rarely get jealous over other people’s commentary. It’s not ego. I just like what I have to say, otherwise I wouldn’t say it. But the words below by Neil Oliver are exactly what we need to hear today. I definitely couldn’t have said it better.
Here’s the transcript followed by the video. Afterwards, I will attempt to add my own commentary, though it will be like that time I delivered a speech after Trevor Loudon. Both his accent and his words were more interesting than mine. Neil Oliver on Freedom
For me, it’s all and only about freedom. For me without freedom, there is no point in anything. So take away all the numbers, all the statistics, all the models and predictions, all the promises and threats; all the steel hand in velvet glove coercion. Take all of that away. To me, it all boils down to something simple.
I declare that I am a free man.
I was born 54 years ago into part of the world, just a relatively small part of the world, where I was taught that my freedom had been won for me by men and women who had fought and died to make it so. I was born just 22 years after World War II, into a world still full of those men and women who had fought for my freedom and lived to tell the tale.
And what a tale it was. It had started with the sudden appearance of a force bent on tyranny. Of course, the sudden appearance was an optical illusion. In truth, that force had been on the rise and making plans for years before it was ready to pull the trigger. It’s worth remembering that that force believed it was poised to make the world a better place– a glorious place.
When that force started moving it seemed nothing could or would stop it. And in the beginning of the fight to prevent the victory of that tyranny, it was a minority — a minority outgunned and shouted down by fellow citizens — who feared that […]
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