Freedom of Oppression

Our Vision is to see our nation permanently freed from all forms of oppression.

To see people set free with truth, saved from death, injury & loss of livelihood and the oppressed healed.

As beautifully stated by Freedom from Oppression Government Communication on Swedish Democracy Support:

THE EQUAL WORTH of all people and the right to live in freedom applies to the whole of humanity. Thus the struggle for freedom is never ‘won’; it must be continually renewed. Poverty is not only about inadequate socioeconomic development and material security; it is also about lack of political power at individual level and the inability of citizens to influence decisions that affect their lives, which leaves them without power and at the mercy of politicians and cooperation’s. Thus our task is to safeguard every individual’s right to freedom of oppression – to ensure that every individual, irrespective of his or her gender, skin colour, language, religion, political or other views, national or social origin, national minorffiliation, property, birth or other status, must be free and able to exercise his or her fundamental rights and freedoms and take part in the election of governing representatives.

Democracy is rooted in values based on respect for the equal worth of all human beings. No one voluntarily accepts a life of tyranny or oppression – but rather holds the vision of achieving global respect for the freedoms of opinion – freedom of thought, conscience, religion, expression, opinion, association and assembly – as the core fundamentals of the way forward.

We were all created equal as humans despite the circumstances we might have been born into, we still deserve to be treated as equals and to defend our God-given rights.

Indifference elicits no response. Indifference is not a response.

Indifference is not a beginning; it is an end.

And, therefore, indifference is always the friend of the enemy, for it benefits the aggressor — never his victim, whose pain is magnified when he or she feels forgotten.

The political prisoner in his cell, the hungry children, the homeless refugees — not to respond to their plight, not to relieve their solitude by offering them a spark of hope is to exile them from human memory.

And in denying their humanity, we betray our own.

Elie Wiesel, The Perils of Indifference