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Good thing we’re not living in some dystopian Orwellian nightmare, amirite guys? Guys?
She’s lucky she didn’t get the guillotine
Fellow americans: a word to the wise before going nuclear about free speech and stuff.
Free speech is constitutional pretty much everywhere in Europe, just like the US. But there may be limits when it comes down to abusive or offensive language, mostly in public settings.
“It’s my opinion that John Doe is an idiot” is often very different from publicly saying “John Doe is an idiot” with no objective base to say so.
Same goes for public figures: being disrespectful toward the head of state is ok. Calling them: “piece of filth” in a public gathering may not be.
Why? Because of the reason above and because in most countries the head of state represents the state.
It’s not always *that* simple… just sayin’
Wow, awful news. Did not expect this from France