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Old 09-11-2012, 07:36 AM   #50
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America and some other Western nations have a long tradition of defining speech as subversive or terroristic in order to respect in a purely formalistic manner the ideal of free speech.
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Free speech may be in a constitution, but it doesn't stop governments from trying to imprison people for publishing things on the internet governments don't want people to see.


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What does that mean? Any real examples or should we just take your word for it? Quite a statement...
I don't know how he did it, but chrischris was able to post a question without injecting a mention of global warming; and it's a good question, too.

Any response, Bartelby (if that is who you really are)!?
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