http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-34613855 It is not falsehood that causes the greatest offence, but truth. You can endure insults and abuse when you know them to be false. But if the remarks that offend you are true, their truth becomes a dagger in the soul - you cry "lies!" at the top of your voice, and know that you must silence the one who utters them. Is this a cutting and true statement that lays bare the psychology of those who would criminalize certain opinions, or is Roger Scruton just another usual suspect who should check his privilege?