This poem is based about the theme: The Sound Of Truth
It's about how throughout the ages, the government of certain countries leave their people starving and dying. In the beginning, the people who dare to speak up, they let 'the sound of truth' be heard, so they are silenced because the government doesn't want to be challenged. This has happened way too many times throughout the years. The government always tries to put down the Sound Of Truth until they provoke the people a bit too much, and the people set out for Revenge. A revolution is sparked!
So yea that's what the poem is about.
And as for the Title, basically, after silencing so many people, only more and more people rise up to fight back and let the sound of truth be heard! So that's what I meant by 'It's Easier To Speak Without A Tongue'...