The interesting dynamic of free speech and the protection of it has the potential to be a big deal for the UN’s annual meeting of the General Assembly. One voice who will definitely have the floor is Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the president of Iran, known for some hateful remarks. Eliot Spitzer thinks we need to be unapologetic for our protection of free speech but we do need to understand how certain things can be viewed by places in the world that do not embrace such beliefs. Spitzer’s opinion on this is very in-depth and raises some very valid points. Check out the clip and let us know what you think of this? Also do you think that some countries manipulate the concept of free speech for their particular policies and beliefs? Will countries on opposite sides of the matter of free speech ever be able to find a common ground?