Free speech: we take it for granted every day.
We log on and sound off, blissfully unaware words have consequences.
Others suffer and die for speaking out
Have we forgotten the Arab Spring?
Censors are cowards living in fear of ideas other than their own.
And when threats aren’t enough . . .
Today, the free world unites under one slogan:
At least, until we don’t
Until we forget that words have power
Until we must decide whether we want freedom or safety, responsibility or comfort, liberty or servitude