Visitors should start here.
The first public presentation of Freedom Force,
2006 June 11. History in the making.
There have been many proposals for ways to reverse the global tide of collectivism, but none have worked. In this address, G. Edward Griffin, explains why. The reason is so simple, it will astound you. Once we clear away that single barrier, the plan for a counter-force falls quickly into place. 67 minutes that will reveal … An Idea Whose Time has Come.
Now. let’s go deeper. The following presentation was delivered on December 13, 2016, (ten years after the one above) at the 3rd Freedom Force Congress in Phoenix, Arizona. It is an extension of the topic of political power that was touched upon in the 2016 presentation but here it is more fully developed. It is called This Thing Called Power and it is essential for understanding the Freedom Force motto: Impotentes defendere libertatum non possunt (Those without power cannot defend freedom).
The mission of Freedom Force International is to build a coalition of men and women from all parts of the world and all walks of life who are concerned over loss of personal liberty and growth of government power. In response to this concern, we are willing to devote a major portion of our lives and resources to reverse that trend. To achieve this goal requires unity without conformity, diversity without conflict and power without coercion, and it requires a statement of the principles that bind us together despite our many differences. The ideological and ethical gyroscopes for this task are The Creed of Freedom, and The Code of Conduct. These are the rock-solid foundations that allow us to stand firm against all the political nostrums of our day and into the future as well. Members of Freedom Force include many religious faiths, but we all share a common, spiritual understanding of these principles that best can be described by a phrase from the United States Declaration of Independence: “Faith in Nature and Nature’s God”. In short, we are born free, and it is the intent of our creation that we should remain so.
Unity without conformity Diversity without conflict Power without coercion