A Brief Message for Humanity: WeWant to be Free!
By Andrew Gavin Marshall
Can you hear it? Taste it?
Smell it? See it? Touch it? … Can you feel it?
The people of the world arewaking up, rising up, acting up, fed up, not giving up, but getting up,
standing up, climbing up… looking up. Around the world, in every place,
in every case, in every situation, circumstance, and altercation, the powersof our world, sitting firm in their positions, atop the institutions of ourdomination, proffering the ideas of our indoctrination, seek to confuse,divide, control, co-opt, crush, define, repress, overrun, undermine, and
cause distress… to all those people, ever
ywhere, who look forward with
new eyes, crying out to the world, and in to themselves, “We want to befree!”
No cry, echoed through all eternity, ever carried such prominence, such
eternal relevance and for all past and present circumstance. “We want to b
No single idea, before or hereafter, has such enormous power, suchoverwhelming possibility, such unsurpassable resonance with the potential
for such everlasting permanence. “We want to be free!”
From Tunisia, to Egypt, Iraq, Afghanistan, Somali
a, Yemen, Palestine… toGreece, France, and Spain, Germany, England, Iceland, and Italy… acrossthe lands of Asia, and the sea itself, to Canada, America (even the South)…
Honduras, Chile, and Brazil, from Venezuela, Bolivia, Argentina, to thebirthplace of humanity in that continent across the ocean, that great andwonderful landmass with those great and wonderful people in Africa.
Everywhere, people cry out the same. “We want to be free!”
Everywhere, at all times and in all places, there are those among us, notseparate, but indeed, very much human, who have lost their way, throwntheir heart to the wind, love only themselves and their bank accounts, whoseek to dominate, obfuscate, eradicate, the earth they plunder, and push therest of us under, control, corrupt, and devastate. Their cause is profit andpower, their means are deception and dehumanization, and yet theirgreatest weakness is their own deprivation, their disassociation, endlessdemoralization and reckless devastation. All they touch and control, has nowarmth of heart, no hope of happiness, no joy of love like that which may