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Video: Freedom of Speech and the Offense of Political Correctness

Apr 27, 2024

A comprehensive review of freedom of speech and the offense of political correctness, ranging from the goodness of people and puppies to the Salem witch trials, Mao's Red Guard, totalitarianism, the Civil War, slavery, Frederick Douglass, American exceptionalism, social justice warriors, identity politics, intersectionality, the oppression olympics, the tyranny of Islamic Shariah law, and the healing vision of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Do you value freedom of speech? Do you think that political correctness has gone too far? Are you frustrated with the rhetoric of social justice warriors? Are you looking for ways to cut through all the PC confusion with clarity and truth?

You are not alone!

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1. Frederick Douglass, “A Plea for Free Speech in Boston,” December 9, 1860, Boston’s Music Hall

2. Ibid.

3. Arnold J. Toynbee, referenced in “Arnold J. Toynbee,” New World Encyclopedia.

4. Martin Luther King, Jr., “Martin Luther King Jr. Acceptance Speech, on the occasion of the award of the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, 10 December 1964.

Image Credits:

Photo of A baby wearing many items of winter clothing, 2007
by Andrew Vargas from Clovis, United States
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Photo of a 16 week old Kooikerhondje puppy, 2017
by Harriet Bedell-Pearce, CC BY-SA 4.0

Photo of Adolf Hitler, 1927, Bundesarchiv, Bild 102-13774
Heinrich Hoffmann / CC-BY-SA 3.0

“The witch no. 1,” lithograph, 1982
(Salem witch trials)
by Joseph E. Baker, Public Domain

Photo of “A scene from the Red Detachment of Women”
(1972 production), White House photo by Byron Schumaker
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“Hatred,” by Ben Slow
Hanbury Street, 2013
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Photo of “Cobra no parque de Jaraguá”
2015, by The Photographer (WikiMedia Commons)
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Photo of “Visitors bowing in a show of respect for
North Korean leaders Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il on
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Painting of “Declaration of Independence”
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Photo of Frederick Douglass
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Video of Woman brutally lashed in Sudan, 2010.
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Photo of 2006 protest in London by Muslims
angry over the publication in Scandinavian
periodicals of cartoons depicting Muhammad
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Photo of Martin Luther King Jr.
August 28, 1963, addressing crowd from Lincoln Memorial
Site of “I Have A Dream” speech
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Peter Falkenberg Brown is passionate about writing, publishing, public speaking and film. He hopes that someday he can live up to one of his favorite mottos: “Expressing God’s kind and compassionate love in all directions, every second of every day, creates an infinitely expanding sphere of heart.”

~ Deus est auctor amoris et decoris. ~

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