By Mike Adams
(Natural News) Think you live in a free country? Think again: If you really lived in a free country, all sorts of things around you would look much different than the way they do now.
For example, if you really lived in a free country, you wouldn’t see people being arrested for selling fresh, whole milk.
People also wouldn’t be arrested for growing their own medicine in the form of cannabis.
If you really lived in a free country, you’d be able to seek out any form of medicine you wanted, including holistic medicine. And doctors would be free to practice holistic medicine without being criminalized by the state.
If you lived in a free country, you wouldn’t see people being threatened with arrest for growing food in their own front yards!
Watch the video below to learn the truth, Neo: You are a slave living in a police state.
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