In an earlier post, some time ago, I argued that the curbing of media messages railing against a successful revolution is justified due to the outside influences which may be too strong for that revolution to sustain. I was speaking about, in specifics, the situations in Venezuela and Cuba.
But I was wrong. The freedom of speech should never be quelled due to the fact that the marketplace of ideas is where revolutions should have to stand at their tallest.
This piece by The Guardians Glenn Greenwald really opened my eyes.
(I tweeted this piece yesterday first on our Twitter feed, if interested)