Censorship Is Not Freedom, Morality, And Safety Of The People

1549 Words May 29th, 2016 7 Pages
When you think of the word, “censorship”, what do you think of? Secrecy? Morality? Oppression? Liberals often see censorship as a limit set by the government. A limit to suppress the capabilities of the human race. A limit that keeps a country’s citizens intact. A limit that keeps the people ignorant so that the powerful can stay powerful. But what if I told you that censorship isn’t what the liberals say it is? What if I told you that censorship is the thing that is keeping our country together? Ladies, gentlemen, and other, censorship is not oppression. Censorship is what protects the freedoms, morality, and safety of the people.
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