Leaving the Left for Liberty: Series Launch

What motivates a person to muster up courage in a time when it’s quite controversial to step out as an individual? And how many of us are there? Sienna Mae Heath has a plan to find out. In Free the People’s new series, Leaving the Left for Liberty, Sienna talks with whistleblowers, dissidents, and other alternative voices in the Western world who have left the culture of the political Left for more creative freedom, professional freedom, and personal freedom. They’re not necessarily leaving the Left for the Right. They are libertarians, independents, classically liberal, and newly outspoken voices, all cutting ties with dogma and in search of something new. No issue is off the table. We’ll explore critical race theory, woke comedy, censorship, mandates, the tango of individualism and collectivism, the desire for honest art, and more.

This series is also available as a podcast on your app of choice. Follow Sienna Mae Heath on Substack, Medium, Instagram, and Twitter.

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Sienna Mae Heath

Sienna Mae Heath is a growth writer. Sienna is the star and writer of the short documentary Real Unity produced by Free the People and screened at the Anthem Film Festival (FreedomFest) 2021. She now hosts Leaving the Left for Liberty on Free the People where she interviews whistleblowers, dissidents, and other alternative voices in the Western World. Empowering empaths through flowing truth in timely essays and poignant poetry, her most recent pieces have been featured on The Kim Iversen Show, The Equiano Project, Braver Angels Media, Medium’s Society, History, and Race pages, and The Independent’s “Conversations.” Locally in the Lehigh Valley, PA, she is known for inspiring victory gardens as The Quarantined Gardener and for creating The Hero’s Journey worksheet at Turning Point LV to guide survivors of abuse in telling their stories of liberation. Follow her on Substack, Medium, Instagram, and Twitter.

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  • Establishment orthodoxy can be a vast problem for individual freedom. “Someone” knows what is correct and proper, but that is not you.

    A cultural tribal identity can be established by those granted power — power corrupts, though.

    Standing up does require strength, courage, and sovereignty. Dogma is potent as the strength of the establishment orthodoxy. Submission is not the same concept as a commonality of ‘unity’ concepts in a diversity of persons.

    We need to get a good feel for the difference between persecution and debate based upon personal insights.

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