Question: is freedom free?
Answer: Hell, no.
The bricks we use to build concepts cost five dollars each. That’s not even counting the cost of labor.
No, no, freedom costs.
Question: what all do these bricks make?
Answer: What don’t they?
The Berlin wall was made of these bricks.
Ronald Reagan’s presidency was made of these bricks.
And President Bush was of these bricks.
And his son was of these bricks.
And Bill Clinton was of these bricks.
And Barrack Obama is of these bricks.
In fact all presidents, all politician’s, all campaigns were and are of these bricks.
Nazi Germany was built from these bricks.
And the Nazis built their death camps from them.
And their ovens.
And their ghettoes.
People have died and suffered, imprisoned in structures made of these bricks.
Children have marched in sand and jungles, carrying guns, fighting wars against and for the concepts man has built from these bricks. They have bled and they have seen the bleeding of others, they have made others bleed, and they have then came home to their family, watched television and cried.
The governments of all the nations were made of these bricks.
Churches are made of these bricks.
The most powerful armies are of these bricks.
All the most wondrous art are from these bricks.
All things subjective are made from these bricks.
All thing of beauty are of these bricks.
Question: Where do these bricks come from?
Answer: these bricks are cooked in factories of the mind.
You are a factory.
The children are all factories.
Even I am a factory.
Question: What is freedom?
Answer: it’s critical thought!
There is a problem, my dearest factories.
It has infested our homes like bed bugs.
And like the bed bugs, it is sucking us dry.
Not of our blood. No. No. Our blood is safe.
These bed bugs are draining us, the factories, of critical thought.
Answer: they do this so we’ll make the bricks the way they like them to be made.
I write this morally anxious,
and physically sound.
This is my attempt at picking the bed bugs from my flesh.