Freedom is speech is a fundamental right.
Fundamental to you, perhaps, but not to me. I refer back to the earlier poster who claimed that free speech was in some way a human right. It's not, it's merely a constitutional, legal right, in certain territories. In other territories, the "right" to shout whatever evil you want is weighed against other, more pressing rights, such as the right to life, for example.
I, being in the UK, quite literally have no right to make this post for example. Of course, neither does anyone else have the right to stop me, provided I stay within the law.