Author: Beginning his working life in the aviation industry and trained by the BBC, Tony Gosling is a British land rights activist, historian & investigative radio journalist.
The only new rights on offer in the West today seem to be the sort of rights you could well do without.
What about this “right to assisted suicide,” or the “right to be forgotten.” No thanks very much.
Many people can see these expressions as pure “Doublethink” terms for taking away the rather more useful “right to life” and “right to know.”
First it was the “Telescreens,” hidden cameras the government used to spy on unsuspecting citizens in their living rooms and bedrooms. Edward Snowden revealed the NSA and GCHQ were doing something eerily similar by secretly filming and snapping us through “dormant” webcams and laptops.
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