The “Free World” Isn’t Looking so Free These Days


    by Jordan Schachtel, Lew Rockwell:

    The world’s English-speaking nations that share historical and ideological ties — commonly referred to as the Anglosphere — were once understood as the world’s most powerful beacons for the tenets of freedom. Through our elected politicians in 2022, however, this social contract has vanished, and its ideas are completely absent within the halls of political power. In today’s Anglosphere, it’s difficult to find a politician or policymaker, on either side of the dominant political factions of government, who genuinely defends the enlightenment principles that sparked the incredible and unprecedented human flourishing of past decades and centuries.

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    This morning, British Prime Minister Liz Truss announced her resignation after only 6 weeks in office.

    Much of the legacy media cited a “Tory revolt,” leading the Free World normies to believe that perhaps some kind of freedom rebellion has occurred.

    In fact, just the opposite is true. Truss, they say, stepped out of line by proposing a “risky plan” to cut taxes.

    Today’s U.K. tories believe in what amounts to communism + tax cuts, but the tax cuts are negotiable. And with a global recession and economic crisis underway, the Oxbridge-educated, World Economic Forum-groomed U.K. politicians ousted the British PM after only 44 days.

    British political observers now believe that a man named Rishi Sunak, the former Chancellor of the Exchequer, is the tory frontrunner to replace Truss as prime minister.

    Sunak went to Oxford, and he speaks like this:

    “The challenge of climate change is clear, and it is urgent. We need to ensure a positive and fair transition to net zero.”

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