And in a democracy this is unacceptable because? All that you have quoted as examples have happened in the United Kingdom. Criticism of our soldiers have led to trials in criminal courts and soldiers imprisoned. On the other side of the coin there is a debate whether soldiers can have the right not to serve in certain situations. I have boycotted companies which traded with South Africa, personal choice, free market, my decision my money. Called a democratic choice Boycotting a university which say experiments on animals is unpatriotic in what way? Israelis often call for boycotts in Haaretz for our supposed occupation of Northern Ireland. Not to mention the calls even yesterday for war crimes trials over the bombing of Dresden. You cannot have it both ways. But again I'll ask the question, Who decides what is acceptable criticism and unacceptable criticism?
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