Should "Hate" speech be decriminalised?

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Re: Should "Hate" speech be decriminalised?

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Do hate blogs fall under the same umbrella as hate speech? Or are we talking about all speech in general?

Just wondering if you are referring to vocalized speeches, or writing, texts, etc.

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Re: Should "Hate" speech be decriminalised?

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AlistaireCook wrote:Do hate blogs fall under the same umbrella as hate speech? Or are we talking about all speech in general?

Just wondering if you are referring to vocalized speeches, or writing, texts, etc.

AC
Yes, everything that is regarded as Hate Speech is blocked on the Internet to be downloaded. Of course, what is Hate Speech is everything regarded as Right wing, which is essentially to do with racialism, because all racialistic notions essentially conflict with the aims of global capitalism, so that ultimately it is necessary to be a National Communist (which is not necessarily my political perspective) if you consider that racialistic notions are politically coherent, which is probably the case in regard to the exigencies of the ecological imperative (i.e. the prospects for civilisation in the face of world overpopulation and finite resources). I am naturally banned from a racialistic website http://www.stormfront.org because they are ignorant and do not have any understanding of political dialectics, and do not understand how the concept of "Communism", which is usually associated with the Left wing, can be a Right wing concept within the theoretical context of dialectical political philosophy.

There are various other kinds of Hate Speech, for instance, such as "AIDS denialism" ( http://thinkprogress.org/lgbt/2012/07/1 ... ?mobile=nc ), anti-Semitism, possibly even anti-anthrogenic global warming denial (http://www.nolanchart.com/article805-an ... sense.html ), and anything else that in someway conflicts with the aims of the established ruling classes. I only ever use publicly available computers to access RODOH, or any other website which could be regarded as hosting Hate Speech (in this case "Holocaust denial") because I know that all computers are monitored ( http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ ... lance.html ). AS for accessing blocked websites on publicly available computers ( which usually block Hate Speech) I would recommend the anonymous proxy server http://www.proxify.com , to which I subscribe, and has various ways to overcome all blocking.

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Re: Should "Hate" speech be decriminalised?

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ralphgordon wrote:
AlistaireCook wrote:Do hate blogs fall under the same umbrella as hate speech? Or are we talking about all speech in general?

Just wondering if you are referring to vocalized speeches, or writing, texts, etc.

AC
Yes, everything that is regarded as Hate Speech is blocked on the Internet to be downloaded. Of course, what is Hate Speech is everything regarded as Right wing, which is essentially to do with racialism, because all racialistic notions essentially conflict with the aims of global capitalism, so that ultimately it is necessary to be a National Communist (which is not necessarily my political perspective) if you consider that racialistic notions are politically coherent, which is probably the case in regard to the exigencies of the ecological imperative (i.e. the prospects for civilisation in the face of world overpopulation and finite resources). I am naturally banned from a racialistic website http://www.stormfront.org because they are ignorant and do not have any understanding of political dialectics, and do not understand how the concept of "Communism", which is usually associated with the Left wing, can be a Right wing concept within the theoretical context of dialectical political philosophy.

There are various other kinds of Hate Speech, for instance, such as "AIDS denialism" ( http://thinkprogress.org/lgbt/2012/07/1 ... ?mobile=nc ), anti-Semitism, possibly even anti-anthrogenic global warming denial ( http://www.nolanchart.com/article805-an ... sense.html ), and anything else that in someway conflicts with the aims of the established ruling classes. I only ever use publicly available computers to access RODOH, or any other website which could be regarded as hosting Hate Speech (in this case "Holocaust denial") because I know that all computers are monitored ( http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ ... lance.html ). AS for accessing blocked websites on publicly available computers ( which usually block Hate Speech) I would recommend the anonymous proxy server http://www.proxify.com , to which I subscribe, and has various ways to overcome all blocking.

Thank you for this explanation.

AC

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Re: Should "Hate" speech be decriminalised?

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Would it be too much to ask why AllistaireCook got the boot? Seemed like an inoffensive chap to me.

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rollo the ganger wrote:Would it be too much to ask why AllistaireCook got the boot? Seemed like an inoffensive chap to me.
I will not allow malicious individuals to wreck the new Holocaust forum. Alistarecook was a SP of someone who has already been warned about this type of conduct. The trolls and spammers are free to use Siberia for their puerile activities.

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Depth Check wrote:
rollo the ganger wrote:Would it be too much to ask why AllistaireCook got the boot? Seemed like an inoffensive chap to me.
I will not allow malicious individuals to wreck the new Holocaust forum. Alistarecook was a SP of someone who has already been warned about this type of conduct. The trolls and spammers are free to use Siberia for their puerile activities.


I have no connection to Allistair Cook. If you choose to be the errand boy of a hate blogger that is your issue. But he is no sock puppet of mine, I'd appreciate it if you cease making such implications. We already have another one disrupting the forum claiming I am someone I am not

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Blogbuster wrote:
Depth Check wrote:
rollo the ganger wrote:Would it be too much to ask why AllistaireCook got the boot? Seemed like an inoffensive chap to me.
I will not allow malicious individuals to wreck the new Holocaust forum. Alistarecook was a SP of someone who has already been warned about this type of conduct. The trolls and spammers are free to use Siberia for their puerile activities.


I have no connection to Allistair Cook. If you choose to be the errand boy of a hate blogger that is your issue. But he is no sock puppet of mine, I'd appreciate it if you cease making such implications. We already have another one disrupting the forum claiming I am someone I am not

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Re: Should "Hate" speech be decriminalised?

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AlistaireCook wrote:Do hate blogs fall under the same umbrella as hate speech? Or are we talking about all speech in general?

Just wondering if you are referring to vocalized speeches, or writing, texts, etc.

AC
Yes they do. Depending on the jurisdiction of laws to you are subject to and the definition of what constitutes "hate speech".

Another thing to realise is that some people have the ability to use words as powerful weapons to get other people to do their bidding. The best example being hitler. This is a major reason why those laws exist.

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Blogbuster wrote:

I have no connection to Allistair Cook. If you choose to be the errand boy of a hate blogger that is your issue. But he is no sock puppet of mine, I'd appreciate it if you cease making such implications. We already have another one disrupting the forum claiming I am someone I am not

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Why don't you get off the government dole and get a job? You have far too much free time on your hands.

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