Freedom, is freedom, no matter how you turn it around, it is still called freedom.
So whenever someone what to show that we do have freedom but we cannot do this or that, it won’t be called freedom.
Egypt is still striving for freedom, even after the elections, freedom is still not found.
and Egypt isn’t the only country, Ukraine, Syria, Thailand and many more, and even people inside a democratic country, it doesn’t matter, people want freedom.
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