Freedom of speech and human rights: Case of Louis Duxbury and criticizing offensive religious verses

Published June 27, 2021 6 Views

Louis Duxbury was sent to prison in UK for 18 months for daring to lambast Islamic extremists on Facebook: see https://crimebodge.com/the-hate-crime-that-never-was-the-persecution-and-prosecution-of-louis-duxberry/ for fuller details.
Freedom of speech is an essential human right, to criticize and although that right may offend some people, no one really has the right NOT to be offended. Yet our human rights are continuing to be eroded, by well-meaning but deeply flawed legislation in the west, by western courts of law, by growing censorship from social media, by "wokespeech" etc.

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