Odious pricks should be allowed to express their views too

Both Tim and Anorak News link to Lionheart, a blogger threatened with stirring up racial hatred, presumably although not explained to him because of the highly anti-Muslim tone and rhetoric of his posting.

The slightest glance at his site will show that he and I don’t exactly share the same views. Despite that, there is nothing on his site that should be in way deemed to be illegal; it’s fairly run of the mill anti-jihadi anti-Muslim sentiment, with a local flavour based on happenings in and around Luton. If we can tolerate behaviour like that in the Dispatches Undercover Mosque documentary, we can quite easily deal with the other end of the scale. He is in any case only to be interviewed over the matter, has not yet been charged, nor is there any suggestion that he will be.

I agree. Whatever his views, however stupid he is, he should be allowed to express them. Those who don’t like these views can ignore him.

Free(d) speech


1 Response to “Odious pricks should be allowed to express their views too”

  1. 1 dawood January 7, 2008 at 8:58 pm

    The post title says it all! We have our fair share down here as well

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