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what liberty means where you live

Nowhere here you're refuting what I said about words taking meaning according to their context of use, which includes their users. So Bellamy and his White Alt-Right cronies are living in the US, where this notion of "Liberty" I referred to above is still being used by this same crowd as a buzzword for their retrograde colonial racist ideology, especially that of the Confederates, who definitely are NOT dead as a movement.

This is Alex Jones' "Liberty" we're talking about here, but let's also look into the French version of the same word, that ain't different much. It's still about the rights of the citizens of the Republic according to classical liberalism. That is okay with prisons, political repression of people who don't think the same (monarchists, yeah, but anarchists as well), private property for those who can afford, and the sheer denial of recognition to those not part of this citizenry.

So sure, if you live like in China or even Cuba, that's very liberty might not mean the same. But... back to the first sentence of the present comment.

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