Freedom of Speech Sucks, and this is why


So last night I watched the hilariously offensive ‘The Interview’, which is the key inspiration behind this post.  The basic premise of the movie is that two of the dumbest men in America are able to take down the regime in North Korea and assassinate its President, Kim Jong-un. Naturally, the movie sparked a great deal of outrage from the North Korean regime which threatened retaliation. Sony Pictures was subsequently hacked, cinema screenings of the movie were cancelled and Obama even made a statement against the acceptance of any form of censorship from a foreign country.   So this got me thinking: where do we draw the line when it comes to free speech? And can all or any act  be justified simply due to the grand principle of freedom of speech? Although I’m risking sounding like a dictator,

I’m going to say: no. And these are the reasons why:

1-It doesn’t exist

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