Im all for free speach,but sometimes if you say something there are repercussions.
Originally Posted by Nigel Incubator-Jones
If i kept taking the **** out of you for dressing like some sort of 50,s retard and keep asking why you go to rod events in a car that isnt a rod.,do you not think in the end you may want to punch me.
To keep doing stuff to get a reaction,is a bit daft.expecially if they have guns
Its not about rights or wrongs. Irrational people dont think like that. And as individuals we all have different veiws of of whats right.
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I appreciate that every action has consequences, but we should still have a society where you're safe to say where you can express any opinion without fearing for your safety. How do you know that Charlie Hebdo published their cartoons just to get a reaction? If you asked them, they'd probably say they were presenting a sincere political point. In my opinion, any sincere view ought to be expressed - the more ideas there are floating around for people to consider, so much the better.
Originally Posted by nobody
If you wanted to make me the specific target of persistent ridicule, I may end up finding it hard to react rationally. However, if you wanted to publish a satirical cartoon lampooning people who dress like '50s retards and go to rod shows in cars that aren't rods, I doubt I'd bat an eyelid. It's your opinion, you're entitled to it and it does me no harm.
Point is that we shouldn't have any fear to say what we think. As you say, we all have different views. One man's joke is another man's offensive remark. People are never going to agree on how the world should be run so the best thing is to accept that different ideas exist and not make any apologies for violence that opposes certain thought.
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