We're a group of young adults (18 - 30s) who hold the values of the freedom & truth movement. We stand for:
- Our bodily freedom. We educate the youth that the Government must uphold our basic individual freedom and rights, without medical mandates or restrictions.
- Truth. We exercise open, independent, fact-based thinking with research, face-face discussions & debates.
- Unity. We bring young people together through local groups, which are run by individual's initiatives & offer an enjoyable social life for all.
Any donation is greatly appreciated. Click the image above or follow this link to find out Crowdfunding page
We stand for everyone's inalienable rights. History reminds us of the terrible human suffering which arises from removal of such rights.
We exercise independent, fact-based thinking
Lockdowns have caused more harm than done good. Small businesses have closed, mental health crises have deepened & many haven’t received the healthcare they needed. How is this supporting our health & wellbeing?
We openly minded explore the reality of what constitutes real health & happiness as human beings. Are genuine, close & caring relationships not the basis for all happiness? Do feelings, arising from depression & anxiety, not have the most profound impact on the Immune System?
We believe we all have rights to keep medical information completely private, freely choose our healthcare by informed consent, especially in the case of dangerous, experimental injections. Mandating and kind of medical intervention removed this
“Well, youth for freedom literally changed my life. I joined back in January, I was feeling blue after spending a semester at “university" in a time when it was illegal for people from different households to meet indoors. This led to the insanity of it being fine for us to attend “nights out” at the union (booked in advance, masked, socially distanced, and temperature checked at the door of course), but not fine for us to enter the homes of the other students in our accommodation complex.
I’m kinda shy and was looking forward to coming out of my shell at university, but the aforementioned circumstances messed that up. And the students I did get to meet by breaking the rules, were still taken in by the COVID narrative. It felt like there was just a huge gap between me and them that couldn’t be bridged.
So in January I came across youth for freedom, and had a little rant about all the frustration I’d been through at university. It felt amazing to let it all out around other young people who could relate. I mentioned how I wanted to get off grid ASAP as I just don’t feel safe in society anymore. So someone added me to another telegram group for off grid networking, a miracle happened, and really quickly, I found the perfect fit. I now live at an awake commune.
I think Youth for Freedom is awesome because it’s growing the youth presence in the anti-lockdown movement. Young people who are critical of the agenda for total, technocratic control of our bodies and minds do exist. And I think the bigger presence we can generate online and through word of mouth, the more young people who have been keeping quiet and even taking the vaccine because of social pressure will start to make some noise!”
“I came to youth for freedom as I was seeing a distinct lack of young people within the freedom movement, which felt isolating. I’d been to my local stand group which although is great, is mostly older people. My experiences in YFF so far have been overwhelmingly positive - I’ve met other openminded individuals like myself who I’ve been able to discuss difficult realities with whilst also being able to laugh about everyday things people are age should. The reality of what’s happening is different for young people – we have our entire lives ahead of us and with the world as it is, it can feel daunting and scary, so having a community is so important so we don’t face these things alone.”
"I came to YFF not necessarily thinking that everyone will have the same opinions as me, but I can knowing that as a group, we allow full and diverse conversations without ridicule. The last 18 months I have felt that i have had to tiptoe around people and keep my thoughts and feelings to myself. YFF gives me that breath of fresh air where I know I have the opportunity to speak freely knowing that I won't be met with hostility and constant name calling.
It also gives me hope that the younger generations have not succumb to social pressures. We still have freedom of thought and are willing to help spread this further and help others"
“When I visit Stand in the Park meet up spots, there was really no one my age but it was refreshing and comforting to converse with similar views , we also exchanged any knowledge that can come handy e.g common law, foraging, survival (in preparation of winter blackout and food shortage) etc, also served as some kind of mental support in a way since each of us are dealing with deal some form of isolation as a result of being awake in our day to day lives. Not everyone has the luxury of having an awake circle in their day to day lives. I understand that this platform will strongly emphasis activism but I think there's should be something similar to Stand In The Park that will be targeted to our demographic.”
“I think YFF (also SITP etc) has been a fantastic silver lining that has made an otherwise mental situation not feel quite so mental.”
Bring young people together under our common values, to build friendships with fun events and partake in activism. Our groups are decentralised, without leaders & are instead built "bottom up" by individuals offering their initiative to a group
Raise awareness amongst young people of the growing totalitarianism within Government policies by arranging talks or workshops on common law and self-sufficiency themes
We are particularly concerned with discrimination or bullying of young people who choose not to take the Covid-19 injection. We believe it is an unalienable right to choose, without coercion and with full accurate medical information, whether or not to take the injection. Contact us if you know someone or a group in need of help: Contact us here
To give young people the knowledge to understand & exercise their inalienable rights.
Outreach to local businesses to encourage not to discriminate on health or injection status. Assist 'OpenGlos' with achieving this
Act now to secure our futures from totalitarianism. Let's stop history repeating itself, before it's too late.
Rhys (founder of Youth For Freedom) had the opportunity to be invited on the 'Right Now Show' with Gareth Icke. They talked about what freedom means for them, what Youth For Freedom represents and what steps we need to take to take this growing movement further.
I took the initiative to build “Youth For Freedom” after attending local freedom groups where I experienced a distinct lack of young people. Sensing I was not alone in wishing to meet people of my own age who care for the values of the freedom movement, I reached out. Firstly, however, why were there so few young people? I think it’s self-evident that there is no purpose to a freedom movement without the youth. Our future and then our children’s and so forth is what we’re fighting for! Also, the youth usually bring lots of passion and energy for revolution, but this was nowhere to be seen. My view on this, is their youthful spirit has been slowly drained out of them. Speaking from experience, the education system barraged me with information, often wrong or useful, just for the sake of passing an exam. Never was I properly taught independent, thinking. Rarely was I encouraged to consider my real passion nor to nurture my creativity. Out of education, I felt my life in thought had become deadened and error filled. Youth For Freedom is a space young people can develop real, independent thinking faculties through truth seeking discussions. Furthermore, this can be done openly, in a welcoming social group.
We use Telegram, among other networking techniques, to gather young people who are interested. The Telegram chat is only a practical means to meet face-to-face. We’ve become accustomed to using social media as if we’re building real relationships through it. The reality is we’re continually having to project the meaning behinds the words we each write and often misunderstand each other, sometimes completely. Consequently, I believe, nothing genuinely meaningful or significant can be achieved on group chats. So, the purpose of “Youth For Freedom” became to create a real, social circle for young people interested in building friendships, in light of the common values of the freedom movement. From this basis, each group can discover the activities to do together. The beautiful aspect of the local groups is that they’re setup by an individual taking an initiative, meaning our networks remain decentralised. The life of the group then stems from the coordinator organising face-to-face meetings, encouraging the active involvement of all by taking on suggestions of members. From such meetings new activities, to contribute to the freedom movement arise
Rhys (Founder of Youth For Freedom)