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Thursday, May 13, 2004


WITH JUSTICE FOR NONE by Gerry Spence, Esq. (Chapter, "New Voices, Leashing the Corporate Cyclops", Page 296, First Paragraph) [Copyright © 1989 in the U.S.A. and Internationally by Gerry Spence. All rights are reserved.] "Freedom cannot exist in a muzzled world. Free people must speak to each other and hear each other--they must test and protest and raise hell and shake their leaders by the napes of their necks. Our Founding Fathers gave us the supreme weapon of liberty--free speech--and with the First Amendment, guaranteed us that most sacred of rights. But the people have been silenced. They have been administered a new sedative. There they sit placidly, like patients on the third floor of the state hospital, where the bad ones are locked up--their mouths open, their eyes lifeless and glazed, watching television. . . . ". . . .(M)edia techniques can be used--indeed, I argue that they are--to cause Americans to reject their precious rights. "As newly freed people, our forefathers not only endowed us with the right but charged us with the duty to openly and lustily debate matters of public concern, to warn eachother of new dangers to our liberty, and to hear each other and avoid the ensnaring traps of new masters..... "The idea that in a democracy a free people should quietly accept the theft of their voice is, indeed, very radical. Our 'eternal vigilance' must have flickered. Did we not understand what was happening to us? What was ours was transformed into the corporate Cyclops, and then turned against us. . . ."





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