Freedom of Speech

I grew up in a communist country where we have, perhaps mistakenly, thought that the difference between communist dictatorships and the western democracies was that in a free and democratic society “freedom of speech” meant that you still had your freedom after you have delivered the speech.

The sad thing is that people seem to be giving up this fundamental right willingly after their ancestors have fought revolutions and wars to have it.

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Last updated: October 31, 2018

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