No Right to Be Offended
An Italian comedian, who made a joke about the Pope, faces five years in prison; a journalist is looking at 15 years imprisonment in Thailand for the serious crime of defaming the monarchy; and who would dare say a word about the Prophet Muhammad without Muslims jumping up and down and threatening to kill in response.
No-one is beyond criticism, satire or irreverence, and no-one has the right to not be offended.
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