Who Is Next?
Today Blacklist Press releases the twenty-second edition of Free Speech which you can view here in PDF format. Be sure to share far and wide – we’re already reaching hundreds of readers each week and are growing each day, so it really does make a difference. If you missed last week’s edition, you can view it here.
In this edition, Stephen McNamara shares thoughts on the tragic case of Archie Battersbee and how an NHS state monopoly has led egotistical medical professionals and health experts to advocate a dubious form of morality while a child’s right to life has been wilfully ignored, equating the experience to state murder. LibertariDan outlines the four month legal ordeal of Archie Battersbee and how the cold-hearted machinery of statism has cost a life, recalling memories of Charlie Gard and Ashya King, with a worrying illustration of the extent to which the state has the final say even when satisfactory life-saving alternatives could be available. Christopher Wilkinson offers thoughts on cameras in courtrooms and how such a measure will do nothing to enhance judicial transparency but rather make thespians of barristers, with coverage provided by the same corporatist broadcasters who were in bed with the state during the pandemic.
The Free Speech bulletin is a weekly electronic publication of political, social, economic and cultural thought from Britain’s pioneering free thinkers. With a focus on politics beyond the propaganda, Free Speech aims to give a voice to smaller pro-liberty political parties, organisations and individuals whose ideas and perspectives have been silenced by the mainstream. Packed with concise yet informative articles, Free Speech intends to challenge corporate media by presenting accurate and truthful accounts of current affairs that empower individuals to value liberty.
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