We Must Stand Up for the Sake of Our Freedom and Our Once Great Country
By Gold Coast News
Before I begin – you do not have to unfollow or unfriend me if you have a different perspective than I do, but feel free to do so if you want. We are all adults here and can remain respectful when we address each other. At the end of the day, everyone wants to be healthy and happy, so we all have the same goal in mind, but we may disagree on how to achieve it.
I am concerned that people are being labelled conspiracy theorists simply because they question certain government, corporate and industrial motives or because I question the arbitrary laws that revoke my basic human rights.
I do not consent to politicians making money from this virus situation.
I do not consent to living in a police state.
I do not consent to the extreme censorship that is taking place on social media platforms toward doctors, scientists, political scientists and activists who uphold data about a possible differing outcome than the media would have us believe. This concerns me far more than the virus.
I do not consent to the tracking and tracing of citizens.
I do not consent to any party or leader who makes decisions without the democratic process of a vote in Parliament.
I do not consent to limiting free speech under the guise of protecting people from the spread of misinformation.
I do not consent to closing down our wild spaces when liquor stores are deemed essential. There is absolutely nothing more essential on this Earth than Earth itself.
I do not consent to the closing of small businesses while multi-million dollar companies remain open.
I do not consent to being prevented from freely travelling while the politicians who impose these laws break them to visit their cottages or fly across borders.
I do not consent to being told that all these decisions are for my own safety.
I do not consent to the label ‘anti-vaxxer’ simply because I have concerns about MANDATORY, enforced vaccines or medical procedures rushed, without proper protocols – especially high risk ones with limited testing that are deemed highly profitable to the most questionable of interests.
I do not consent to the amount of division and hatred that so many have fallen into between your fellow man, simply for upholding opposing beliefs, or for speaking openly about what THEY believe.
I do not consent to the idea that pharmaceutical companies are the ONLY way to prevent or heal from illness, and the outright dismissal of this side of the conversation is highly questionable from my perspective.
I do not consent to the media only covering the death count (or the fraudulant case counts) when the survival rate is immensely higher. Fear cripples immunity. Why aren’t we talking about successes? Staying home doesn’t protect against domestic violence, sexual abuse, depression, anxiety, starvation and suicide; all of which have lasting impressions on both individuals and society at large.
Here’s what I DO consent to:
Being a free and critical thinker, an individual who cares about tomorrow, a person who understands the connection between the state of our planet’s health and our own. A caring person who took steps to protect the vulnerable while asking question
We must stand up for the sake of our freedom and our once great country.
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