What a ridiculous rhetoric piece of mindless nonsenseFreedom and most types of governments do not mix.
Some of the "most free" nations in the world have governmentts that are fairly active. The difference is, The governments are still responsible to the people in those countries and their politicians and governments are still accountable to the voters.
USA for example has regularly been falling on the freedom scale, Not because it has a government, because it's government has been essentially overrun by corrupt business interests and conglomerates. This has been allowed to happen due to heavy deregulations of entire industries and how they are allowed to interact with the government.
So instead of actually taking stock, and looking at why th US government is currently failing, youre answer is that ALL GOVERNMENTS = BAD.
This is nonsense and cmopletely, UTTERLY nonsense thing to say because it has zero grounding in reality.
You can look no further than your own Neighbour to the north. That shares the longest border with your country to see exactly how provably wrong you are. Canada is regularly rated as one of the most free countries in the world, and yet has a very strong, robust federalist government, with strong Provincial governments. And yet, Here we are, Extremely free. So much so that our national anthem even says it
you may detest the idea of government from a personal level. And I can only guess why you came to that conclusion. But so far, the reality of the world is in direct counter to what you claim that governments and freedom don't mix.
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This is factually incorrect.socialism ok? you people are nuts. Socialism is just a bridge to totalitarianism.
any loss of rights or suppression of free speech is not ok.
socialism is just a slippery slope to economic disaster. we will all be equally worthless
Signed partially socialist countries around the world that haven't devolved into any sort of Totalitarianism.
this is also really unrelated to China situation as China isn't really socialist, but a party dictatorship masked as communism.