Free Speech and Europe
Reader comment on: European Parliament Censors Its Own Free Speech
Submitted by JoAnn Leichliter, Mar 11, 2017 07:18
Europe, unlike the United States, has never had a particularly strong tradition (or presumption of the right to) free speech. This has made them particularly vulnerable to totalitarian regimes, including the European Union. Given its origins, who can be surprised that it seeks to muzzle its subjects?
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