By J L Samboma
This video was originally published on 12 January 2015. However, I removed it a few days later, prompted by a conversation I had with someone. Essentially, they said that everyone had the right to say whatever they wanted to say – or draw – and that anyone who took issue with it could either suffer in silence, or seek legal redress.
In a word, killing someone because of what they say, write, draw or think – however much we may disagree with them – is plain wrong. I of course agreed with her; it was axiomatic.