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    • Isaac
    • 19.05.11 | 17:10 (IDT)

    L von T enjoys full freedom of speech as it is understood in a civilised society, as far as not one of his civil rights was abused. He was only kicked out of a cultural forum, and justly so, no admirer of genocid theorists or perpetrators shoul have a cultural tribune to spill his venom. Although in Trier's case it seems more like a toxic hyper-ego case.

    from the article: Cannes Film Festival bans Lars von Trier over Hitler remarks
    First published 14:26 19.05.11 | Last updated 14:26 19.05.11
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