Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Society & CultureOther - Society & Culture · 1 decade ago

are we living in free world?

After my experience, I do not believe that we live in free world. If somebody told me that such thing may happen, I would considered him as fool - but it really happen!

Because it happen to me, it can happen to you also.

if I could explain to you in detail, I would be free person but I am not. Therefore I have to be carefull and always afraid.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    This is not at all a Free World. Yes you have to be conscious and cautious every time to live a normal life. The problem and anxieties will increase as your family increases ( I mean to say, now you are worried for yourself, then after marriage for your partner, your children and so on). World is becoming a tough place to live on.

    Take Care.

  • 1 decade ago

    You are so cryptic about the experience you had that led you to be that you do not live in the ‘free world’ so that part cannot be address. However, one can contemplate exactly what the ‘free world’ is that you no longer live in. The term came into existence during the Cold War and defined the countries where the people got to elect their government as opposed to the countries that forced their people to accept the government by force. The Free World composed mostly of America, Australia, New Zealand, England, and Western Europe. In many writings Free World is synonymous with the West.

    Now does living in the Free World mean that each individual is free to do as they like? Of course not, the elected government passes law with which the individual must comply or get in trouble with the law. And in the best of governments corruption will find a home and individuals will find themselves a victim of that corruption. Also, an injustice can results by mistakes being made. It is the concept of Due Process that is designed to minimize miscarriage of justice, but in spite of all our safeguards no government is infallible, and sometimes gets over jealous in it desire to enforce law and punish the violators of its laws. I believe that the Duke rape case is a good example of this. I am sorry that you have to always feel afraid in the world you live in, and I hope that you are able to redress whatever injustices you had to suffer.

  • fire
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    From a biblical point of view, the bible state the whole world is lying in the power of the wicked one , which is Satan. That is a fact because Satan tempted Jesus with all the kingdoms of the earth. So hopefully you would not be afraid and hopefully you read the bible and come to an understanding of Gods purpose for everyone.

  • 1 decade ago

    We were until 9/11 and now the world has done a complete turn

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Within the confines of what we call a civilised society, we are all free to fit in or not. If we choose not to fit in, then watch out ...

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    in a free world you could do whatever you wanted to with NO consequence... the world we live in is anything but free

  • 1 decade ago

    You are free to do what ever you want, but others may disagree and punish you for some of your choices.

  • jackie
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    Nothing is free in life. There is always a price to pay.

  • 1 decade ago

    you are free to make decisions, however the world doesnt allow freedom without consquence...but thank goodness for that or the word safety would no exist

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