With the debut of The Great Awakening, the Great conversation has expanded from an awakening about the tyranny into which we have been flung to an awakening about freedom denied.
Produced and narrated by filmmaker Mikki Willis, the documentary begins by using Canada as its “exhibit A” of tyranny. Highlighting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s love of dictatorship and his contempt for Canadians and their freedom, the documentary offers Canada as a perfect example of what’s wrong with socialism.
Most significantly, the film challenges the legitimacy of the so-called political “spectrum,” arriving at the correct conclusion that the ultimate political polarity is the struggle between collectivism and individualism.
But “waking up” is just the first step on the road back to freedom. The real challenge ahead requires “staying awake” in the spirit of eternal vigilance.
One cannot awaken to the nature of tyranny in a vacuum. Tyranny is the condition that exists in opposition to the condition of freedom. And unless freedom is understood in a way that is Just Right, tyranny will continue to triumph for the lack of freedom’s being seen.
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