It's easy to argue for free speech when it's not you or your children in the firing line | Nyadol Nyuon
The ‘right to be a bigot’ ceases to exist without a target. We need to accept hate speech has consequences
It's easy to argue for hate speech when it's not you or your children in the firing line | Nyadol Nyuon
Will, Folk Devil of the Internet
And it’s easy to argue against free speech when you believe you or your children will be allowed to speak.
"Arguing for offensive speech to be allowed is easy, and not impressive, when it is not you, your children, and at times your entire race and its right to exist, that is in the firing line."