There's an old Soviet joke about the freedom of speech. It was invented by the writer Boris Polevoj:
American and Soviet journalists are arguing about the Freedom of Speech. The American says, " I could stand in front of the White House in Washington D.C and yell 'President Truman is a full!' and nothing would be done to me. The Russian replies, " We also have the freedom of speech. I could stand in the middle of Red Square and shout 'President Truman is a full!' and nothing will be done to me either."