by Artist and Teacher Fred Crellin
If I choose NOT to use card payments, but pay exclusively cash in shops from an account I hold, but are refused to do so to the point I cannot survive, are my human rights being violated?
If I choose NOT to have a mobile phone of ANY description, and rely entirely on my home landline number, but are refused entry into places just to survive, are my human rights being violated?
If I choose NOT to be vaccinated, but live a healthy lifestyle, being careful of what I eat, what I do, where I go and what what risks I take in life, but am refused any reasonable independent ability to survive for not doing so, are my human rights being violated?
If I choose to live as an autonomous, independent and private individual that does not wish to be chipped, tracked, traced, monitored 24 hours a day on my buying habits, movement, social habits and have my health constantly monitored. To be ‘advised’ (or more realistically coerced) by pharmaceutical corporations as to what I must do, and what limits I have placed on me as a consequence if I do not, including the ability and right to live freely, are my human rights being violated?
My concerns for the future are genuine. For myself and my children. Freedom is having the choice to do these things.
Tyranny,opression and enslavement is not being given the choice to live peacefully, independently and autonomously.
Fred Crellin (openglos.co.uk)