Once upon a time there rose an idea, an interesting goal.
The idea that rose was an idea that we should understand better nowadays, an idea we should feel stronger connected with than we do.
It was the idea of freedom. But not just freedom. It was the idea of freedom in responsibility.
Too often nowadays freedom is used as a shield to hide behind. Not from what it was supposed to protect us from. No, it is used as a shield against the very sword we should use to defend freedom. For the fight for freedom is just.
The fight we are fighting now, however, is not. The sword that we should use, but cast away instead (only to have our dear shield of Freedom be raised and dented when it comes back to us), is the sword of Responsibility.
Freedom is misunderstood. It is not the allowance of being able to do what you want, of saying what ever you want. It is the possibility to grow and develop yourself. You might want to say something and freedom allows you to do so. But you can only grow and make the world a better place if you use responsibility as well, if you think about what you are about to say and the consequences it may have.
Then, when you have considered this, and only then, and you decide to act to the best of your conscience, you may say that you have used freedom in its true purpose.