|G. Edward Griffin: The Future is Calling - The Future is Calling Part One|
|Commentary/Politics - Guest Commentaries|
|Written by G. Edward Griffin|
|Tuesday, 12 May 2009 14:20|
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THE THREE COMMANDMENTS OF FREEDOM
The Creed of Freedom is based on five principles. However, in day-to-day application, they
can be reduced to just three general codes of conduct. I consider them to be The Three
Commandments of Freedom:
Do not sacrifice the rights of any individual or minority for the assumed rights of the
EQUALITY UNDER LAW
Do not endorse any law that does not apply to all citizens equally.
FREEDOM OF CHOICE
Do not use coercion for any purpose except to protect human life, liberty, or
THE THREE PILLARS OF FREEDOM
Another way of viewing these principles is to
consider them as the three pillars of freedom.
They are concepts that underlie the ideology of
individualism, and individualism is the
indispensable foundation of freedom.
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