Africa has seen revolutions happen before, but none like we have now. The impact of our previous oppressors still weighs heavily on the minds and hearts of those that had a glimpse or even had the ordeals of the past narrated to them by their fathers and grandfathers. To understand where we came from we need to embrace that which our ancestors so passionately struggled to achieve FREEDOM. Not only the physical freedom but that which I passionately advocate for Free Thought.

Free thought is a philosophical viewpoint which holds that positions about truth should be formed on the basis of logic, reason, and empiricism, and not authority, tradition, or other dogmas. The cognitive application of free thought is known as “freethinking”, and practitioners of free thought are known as “freethinkers”. The term first came into use in the 17th century to indicate people who inquired into the basis of…

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