Yes. Eat the rich. Except now, if that’s hate speech, if I was in Canada I might be liable for Happy Canada Day Est 1867 Shirt “eat the rich.” I wonder if “death to America” is hate speech. I wonder if calling Trudeau a Maple Frog is a hate speech. I wonder if song lyrics are hate speech if they express a sentiment the government doesn’t like. I’m inclined to are with the aclu, even the most reprehensible lyrics, be they Moonman or NWA or Cannibal Corpse or Toby Keith’s ‘courtesy of the red white and blue’ or even Disney (jungle book I Wanna Be You comes to mind, or In Der Fuhrer’s Face, a song Disney really hates being reminded exists even though it’s anti-Nazi), speech itself shouldn’t be regulated. I’m not discussing calls to action, like threats of actual violence, but every of those has what can be classed as hate speech. Canada has had laws against hate speech since 1970 as well as laws against inciting hate or creating and distributing hate propaganda and denial of genocide like the holocaust for example, but there has never been a minimum sentence, this is simply an update to that law as it has become easier too evade it online.
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Also, how is denying a historical event hate speech? People believe the Happy Canada Day Est 1867 Shirt landings are fake, people believe tianamen square was a justifiable action by the Chinese military, or that Uighurs aren’t being ethically cleansed and/or forced to integrate into Chinese society. I mean we’re both effectively discussing Holocaust denial right here, even though both of us accept it was real. If it’s merely talking about it that’s illegal, then are we both guilty of hate speech for even bringing attention to that belief? Facebook makes any mention of a particular leader of that atrocity an offense punishable by account suspension, even if it’s just to make fun of him. Things like Holocaust denial shouldn’t be illegal, they should be given a platform to make absolutely clear how stupid they are. Denying a historical event isn’t hate speech, I don’t think, any more than discussing or teaching how the atrocities happened is. A fair number of people believe that even mentioning a thing gives it power (it’s a Jewish teaching, after all), and it’s just as bad to teach about it as it is to glorify it or whatever.
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