“America has, All the rights and no freedom!- but – Russia has, All the freedoms and no rights!”

Years ago, I heard a perfect quote about America and Russia! I wished that I could have made it up because it is exactly how I see Russia and the US…

“America has, All the rights and no freedom!-  but – Russia has, All the freedoms and no rights!”

This quote is by Paul O’Brien owner of Starlight Dinners in Moscow, Russia. Paul has been in Russia for a whole bunch of years and knows Russia…

Now that is the difference between America and Russia in a nut shell and I guess that is what I have been trying to say when I say Russia is freer than America. Freedoms are totally different than rights. So do not confuse the two…

I prefer freedom because I’ll deal with my rights in my way and this all points to a huge issue in the U.S. America has lost both freedoms and rights, for a majority of Americans. Remember that word, “majority!”

I have serious freedom in Russia and that is the way I like it…

Posted by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

PS: When you live here it becomes clear to you the big difference…

What is the difference between a Right and a Freedom?

A RIGHT is a legal, moral, or social claim that people are entitled to, primarily from their government. A legal right is something that cannot be given to you one time and then denied another time. If you have a legal right, then some other person has a legal duty to see that this right is honored. If it isn’t, you can rely on the law to see that something is done about the matter…

A FREEDOM is the right to conduct one’s affairs without governmental interference. Unlike a right, no one has a duty to oversee or enforce this freedom. The government, however, still has an obligation not to unduly limit individual freedoms…

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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