To limit speech doesn't always mean to limit your thought. It's just that you must have to examine well the substance of your speech. That is the time to blunt it if thats what your critical thinking is leading you!
Oh no? When a person cannot speak aloud or express themselves fully, there exists a control over us. In many places of the world, certain topics cannot be discussed in an attempt by the government to change public opinion on these matters. If you control speech, you have a form of control of thought.
Don't believe me? Watch what happens to NL if we ban people if they say that Naruto is bad. We'd be left with only people who like it here. Now let us pretend that NL is actually a country. We execute people for speaking ill of Naruto. We do not allow outside commentry on Naruto (if it is of the opinion that the show is bad). Public opinion will always be that Naruto is wonderful.
Are you offended if I decide to call all women bitches? Too bad. That's my personal opinion. To penalize me for saying that is to control my thoughts. Get it?
Hence why I am against ANY form of speech control.
But mocking religion, races will cause people go angry. Freedom of speech should considerated other people feelings and things that are sensitive to them .
And? So WHAT if people get offended if I make fun of them? They get angry and do shit? Too bad. It is my RIGHT to THINK and FEEL as I so choose. If I want to announce to the public that I think that Jews are all dickheads, then it is my right.
(Note: I don't think ill of Jews. I am Jewish. ...That's why I used it as an example.)