Hillary Clinton’s response against the video “Islam Innocence”
My reaction to this response video of Hillary Clinton is that, it is detailed response to me about “Islam Innocence”. Though I didn’t actually watch the actual video, watching this response video about “Islam Innocence” is very convincing that the video was offensive.
One of her comments that I recall is “To us, to me personally, this video is disgusting and repressible” she commented. When I heard this, the “Islam Innocence” must really be disgusting and repressible. Because if not she wouldn’t have commented it.
Also one of her comments that I recall is “…because to attack an embassy, is to attack the idea that we can work together to build understanding and better future…” I can only recall few of the words. To me she’s right about her comment, because without the embassy we cannot really work together with other countries well.
The people asked why the U.S Government can’t prevent videos like this from being distributed to the people of the country “I would note in today’s world with today’s technologies, that it is impossible...” she said. “But even if it were possible, our country does have a long tradition of free expression, which is enshrined in our Constitution and our law. And we do not stop individual citizens from expressing their views, no matter how distasteful they may be.” she continued, in this comment I disagree, because if they really care about the citizens of the country, they will not allow the video to be watch by the people, instead they will used all their resources to block or delete the video from the internet.
My overall reaction to this response of Hilary Clinton is that, it can be agreeable because she has a point that it should not be distributed in the internet, where people all over the world would be able to see it. In some point it can also be...