If I understand correctly, freedom of speech does not, in many countries, include speech that glorifies illegal activity.
What is the legal status in such countries of songs like Convoy, which do that? Convoy, for example, refers to speeding ("we crashed the gate doin' 98 [miles per hour, at a time when 55 MPH was the national speed limit]"; "Well, we rolled up Interstate 44 like a rocket sled on rails"; a rocket sled on rails goes faster than 55 MPH, and the simile doesn't make sense at normal speeds), evading police (evading police is basically the theme of the entire song; you can't really quote a short section that specifically mentions), failure to keep mandated records ("We tore up all of our swindle sheets, And left 'em settin' on the scales"), violation of radio regulations (use of CB radio to coordinate illegal activity is illegal, and is a separate offense from the main illegal act; also, a two-way conversation between Rubber Duck in New Jersey and Pig Pen in Nebraska would almost certainly require a linear unless skip conditions were perfect, which is unlikely considering that the song was published in 1975 in the solar minimum between cycles 20 and 21 ), and probably other crimes that I missed.
What about ones like Four Wheel Drive, where illegal activity is also glorified initially (evading police is the main thing here, too; "Well, the chase was on, but I had the edge with a rig that'll never fail; got a CJ-5 with a four wheel drive with Smokey on my tail"), but end with consequences for the illegal act ("Got a CJ-5 with a four-wheel drive sittin' out back of the jail")?
Are there any countries where my question would be illegal to write?