So 'protesters' who hurl vile abuse at the mourning of Her Majesty are inevitably moaning at the reaction of the police and public - particularly if they face arrest for 'offending' people. They have the right to free speech, they say.
Yet people are being arrested for making 'offensive' remarks about ethnic minorities, gays, transgenders etc etc etc - with a young teacher in Ireland jailed because he refused to use transgender applications to his children.
So what's the difference?
Oh yes! Of course! In this cockeyed country, anything which is deemed 'offensive' to the populist left has to be clamped down upon with a rod of iron - it's their way of ensuring the political correctness and communist conformity that is so dear to their repressive hearts ( just like in Red Square or Beijing)-
but it's an exercise in 'free speech if a yob tells the King to f*** off at a time when he's mourning the death of his mother.
We see you all for what you are.