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The Threat to Freedom: An Open Letter - Moral Courage, Historical Examples, and Non-Compliance

The Threat to Freedom: An Open Letter - Moral Courage, Historical Examples, and Non-Compliance

The Threat to Freedom: An Open Letter

Introduction

It is with a sense of both sadness and optimism that I pen this piece. It's a difficult task to acknowledge that we are standing at a historical crossroads, where the potential collapse of a society defined by the prevalence of freedom is a possibility, albeit not a likely one.

The State of Freedom

I use the term 'prevalence' intentionally, as freedom is never absolute. It is always subject to certain social and legal constraints. As long as one operates within these parameters, such as a country's constitution, one could be said to be 'free'. However, the past four years and four months have seen the imposition of stricter limitations on global citizens than ever before. This could potentially lead to a near-total loss of human freedom and, in a worst-case scenario, the extinction of the human species.

The Reason for This Letter

This open letter is inspired by the thought of losing the freedoms we once enjoyed and the potential suffering of future generations under a planned tyrannical regime. An 'open letter' implies that it is addressed to everyone in general, yet it can only have an impact if individuals who read it take its message to heart.

The Message: Moral Courage

The message I wish to convey is one of moral courage. If you've been ignoring the world's events since 2020, it's time to stand up and acknowledge the concerted effort to enslave the majority of the human race. Even if you've been a law-abiding citizen or a medical professional following questionable instructions, you won't be spared. You won't be included in the club of the so-called 'elites', which is in fact a club of parasites with closed membership. Hence, it's high time to start resisting the silent installation of totalitarian rule.

Historical Examples of Courage

Throughout history, individuals have risked their lives in the struggle for freedom. These include figures such as Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Spartacus, Mahatma Gandhi, Steve Biko, and many others. All of them rebelled against easily identifiable oppressors, though overcoming them was not always easy.

Identifying Today's Oppressors

Identifying those attempting a global coup d'etat today is more challenging because they disguise their actions as beneficial for humanity. To avoid being deceived, it's crucial to seek alternative sources of information.

Non-compliance

My plea to you is to steadfastly refuse to be deceived by the lies of the New World Order. Above all, do not comply. Non-compliance during the Covid 'pandemic' would have rendered the 'authorities' powerless. Even if a new 'pandemic' is declared, do not comply, and don't accept another so-called 'vaccine'. Instead, learn how to protect yourself from reliable alternative sources.

Conclusion

This letter is a call to action for everyone, particularly those who have been living in denial. I urge you to find courage and faith in yourselves. We can and will succeed in ridding the world of the wicked technocratic neo-fascists hiding under the umbrella of the UN, the WEF, and the WHO. We can reassert our ethical and political rights and duties towards one another in a world dedicated to peace instead of war. Peace has always been humanity's ideal, and it's worth striving for again.

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