Which countries are best for personal freedoms?

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Re: Which countries are best for personal freedoms?

#42  Postby Spearthrower » Jan 17, 2022 4:15 pm

Jesus Is Lord wrote:
hackenslash wrote:I have absolutely no problem with, for example, vaccine mandates. I very much object to legislation denying my right to protest, or criminalising publication of factual content embarrassing to the government. I very much object to expansion of stop and search - a practice that should be abolished with extreme prejudice.

Vaccine mandates will never succeed. I say that regardless of one's opinion on the matter. It just won't work.

I want to be free to live in a society not populated by anti-knowledge lunatics hellbent on harming themselves while taking others with them on purely idiotic grounds.

Now, which countries allow me that freedom? :scratch:
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Re: Which countries are best for personal freedoms?

#43  Postby Macdoc » Jan 17, 2022 4:38 pm

the not presents a problem ..." the only thing more infectious than omicon is stupidity"
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