Freedom of (courteous) speech


At this time the tenets of Civilisation 3000 come to mind – an extract: 

A civilised society should be ordered so that every person has:

  • pure drinking water
  • clean air
  • uncontaminated food
  • adequate shelter
  • access to good medical care & education
  • right livelihood
  • freedom of (courteous) speech
  • effective participation in decision-making
  • freedom of association (political, religious etc)

and in which:

  • each person acts honestly and transparently in the workplace and in personal relationships
  • conflict is resolved by dialogue and other peaceable means




2 Responses to Freedom of (courteous) speech

  1. See speech in 4a room.. the House of Lords… Lord Parake in the chair Gandhi Foundation International reward for 2014 etc.

  2. Sums up what the ScottBader Commonwealth was about founding in late -90,s ! AND the means to live such a way !

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