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Yes, freedom of speech is extremely important just as important as individualism is. The thing is though, everyone agrees with freedom of speech, where is the line drawn in the " freedom of speech" when it comes to hate and violence? It seems like today there are some hate messages that are trying to get through based on popularity or something? Its like one person says I hate this or that then sets out to see who agrees with them and then the majority rules? Who sets the standards for right and wrong and that's based off of the persons spiritual, political, etc beliefs. Can everyone agree with one thing? Or are we all a bunch of choice brats?
First I would like to say that I have a limit on it. Don't say people should die or something or make any death threats. But you can't ban words. That's not how language works. If you don't like it, don't look at it or listen to it. Change the bloody channel, moron.
The freedom of speech is included in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as one of the most important rights in the declaration. As almost every country in this planet signed the declaration and it is one of the cornerstones of every one of that nations, then there is no doubt about saying that yes, it is important.
What? This isn't the PRC or the DPRK. Hell, we shouldn't use them fighting words in front of your antagonists, let them suffer on their own while we hate them back by walking away. I am too against internet censorship. We need a government, but we do not want too much politics. If so, our country will be like Nazi Germany or Soviet Russia.
The first amendment is crucial in American lives. It is the building block of all success. I say this because if Americans were not given the choice to speak their mind, many things would be taken away, such as: it's name "The Land of the Free". We, America, has earned this title because of freedom of speech.
Freedom of speech is and will always be significant to society. One person's words can change the world and improve people's lives and it is not right to take that away from people. Without freedom of speech, the majority of us would likely live our lives in misery, have low-self esteem, and anger due to the refusal of voicing what we think is right.
Are freedom is speech is important it is the first amendment of the bill of right ex:Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. We should speak for whats right and not be quiet.
If the government is for the people then this shouldn't be a problem but the fact that we are here discussing this says that the government can't read the document that gives them their power to rule and run the country. The first amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America grants its citizens the right to freedom of speech, press, religion, and to assemble to express their grievances and have the government redress them. The freedom of speech is always important and no one can control what you think, yet, but as time progresses if people sit by like they have been then the freedom of speech will disappear and then people will wonder what happened to America and why they didn't stop the problems that were so evident and able to be corrected. What will future generations think of our actions today?