"Journey to Freedom: Dr. Paul's Personal Perspective on Civil Rights, Independence, and Overcoming Global Adversity"
From Rhodesia to America: Unveiling the Realities of Freedom Amidst Societal Turmoil and Global Pandemics
Today is July 4th. I was born in the USA. For those who call this country home, as I do, this date is celebrated as Independence Day. It is a celebration of the Declaration of Independence from the colonial rule of Great Britain.
I grew up in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). As a child, I was free to play and explore with my friends, with the only instruction being to be home by dark for dinner. The Prime Minister, Ian Smith, and his government declared Independence from Britain in 1965. It was their flag that I refused to raise as the head boy of my school as it represented an apartheid-like white rule that, in effect, kept my African friends being treated very poorly. They were not free!
There were white-only swimming pools, and neighborhoods were segregated, as were the schools. The high-paying jobs and career tracts were primarily reserved for privileged whites.
Bishop Abel Muzorewa, a family friend who was in our home often, would become the first Black prime minister of Zimbabwe in 1979.
During the struggle for independence for the African people of Southern Africa, the tactic used by the minority white governments was to prevent gatherings of opponents, arrest and lock up African leaders who were seen as a threat (for example, Nelson Mandela of South Africa) and restrict the free movement of the African people. Speech was monitored. Movements were monitored. It is also worth noting that in any freedom movement or fight, the oppressor will use derogatory terms for the “enemy.” In Rhodesia, those fighting for freedom were called gorillas by the white government but called freedom fighters by those struggling for equality and freedom.
So, what are your requirements for freedom?
The basics we all need for survival are food, water, and shelter. Without that, you are in the most basic of fights for survival. Could you survive if the power grid were taken offline or some other massive events cut off commerce?
But beyond survival, what does freedom mean to you? What freedoms are non-negotiable?
The USA First Amendment to the United States Constitution prevents the government from regulating our religion, speech, freedom of the press (communication), and the right to assemble. This has been in place since 1791!
I would add one primary requirement for freedom: the right to bodily integrity. No government or institution, or person should have the right to force another to take a shot, vaccine, medication, or surgery. Regardless of the “emergency.”
In the past three years of “war” against “COVID,” we saw censorship on virtually all major platforms of communication (free speech & press), churches and places of worship, and businesses shut down (right of assembly and religion), and a massive attempt to coerce and mandate shots of an experimental technology that has proven to be extremely harmful.
We, the people of the world, need to unite over our basic rights to have access to food, water, and shelter, and we must refuse to listen to those who now control the messaging that was used against us.
How do we do this?
Place your trust in the sources of information that have taken a stand for freedom and paid a high price to stand for truth and justice. If you are reading this, you are on the right track.
Platforms that censor need to be abandoned and thus marginalized. That includes most mainstream “news” where talking heads read teleprompters of information sent to them by the masters of misinformation, disinformation, and propaganda.
Take a page from the Amish, who don’t watch TV. They were essentially spared the devastation of COVID-19 that most of the world experienced. Look at the wildlife in the forest. They, too, were spared. In fact, had we spent our time walking in nature and ignoring Fauci, public health announcements, and the 24/7news of “the sky is falling,” the whole mess that was COVID-19 would have gone the way of Zika, Ebola, and Monkey Pox.
While the world seems to be in a perpetual war, and people are fighting each other over so many issues, there is another way, and always will be. We must reject their fearful ways, always choose freedom, and live from a place of LOVE!
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Dr. Paul's book, The Vaccine-Friendly Plan, may not align with his latest findings on the Vaxxed-Unvaxxed data. However, it still serves as a valuable tool for those who follow the CDC schedule. The book offers peer-reviewed information encouraging parents and guardians to think critically about vaccine decisions. While Dr. Paul cautions against following the Vaccine-Friendly Plan, it can still be a helpful resource for those seeking a starting point for their vaccine journey.
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