Tuesday, August 10, 2004
Free speech can really only be understood by the person speaking, and perhaps not then. If someone else were to understand it, it would no longer be free. The speech that our ears capture everyday is never free speech. The words in the media, heard by so many, are the least free of all. That is why there is so little truth value in what we see in the mass media. So the fewer people hear your speech, the better. This blog is a good example, as practically no one reads it, and it contains considerably more truth than your nightly newscast on NBC. It may not particularly pertain to anything you are interested in, but then you're not paying much for it either.