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The moment you say no to tyranny you are beginning the struggle the long lonely road to freedom?

To assume that is true one would have to assume that a path to freedom is desirable and therefore a goal to pursue. Also to assume that the logical step away from tyranny is the long lonely road to freedom is a vast assumption in itself. Freedom doesn’t necessarily mean saying no to tyranny more to saying yes to the things that constitute freedom

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