Freedom is a big word. It might only be seven letters long, but it’s still big. Bigger than a vehicle, a train. Bigger than the tallest building. But freedom of expression is even more confusing. Based in the sacred secular documents of our time, such understanding is bore in the declaration of human rights.
But what does freedom really mean? On a daily basis, how do we express ourselves, and to what extent are we limited to this expression by the “forces”? Others believe that freedom is based on the amount of money one holds.
Nevertheless, a small and relatively large group holds to the belief that freedom of expression is about something else. This something else can be equaled to just “saying stuff out loud”. To say stuff, varies in content, quality and ability, but let’s focus on the freedom of expression aspect.
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