Same thing with 9/11 conspiracy theorists. Is it hate speech to claim that the Humanity Trust Issues Faith Shirt government had something to do with it? I’m not convinced they did, but I don’t think it’s hate speech to question the official stance either. Quelling or chilling speech on any topic necessarily stops dialogue. Even if the dialogue is reprehensible, it’s still just dialogue. If we can’t question the Holocaust, then we also can’t question the Irish famines or apartheid or whatever. We should absolutely not frame anyone who asks questions as a denier, either. I realize that you may not exactly see this as the same thing, but if you’ve ever asked a person questions about something they’re defensive about, or they’re emotionally invested in, to them even genuine good faith questions about a thing are perceived as hateful endorsement of the thing. We’re fucked. If “misgendering” counts as hate speech, how can women fight for our rights? How can we call out male rapists transferring to women’s prisons? It is deffinately a useful strategy to just keep moving the goal posts for “hateful language”.
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Frog is a slang term for French, an identifiable group. It’s like calling a Humanity Trust Issues Faith Shirt a kraut or a Irish American a redneck or an Italian a wop or a swede a meatball. America/Americans is an identifiable group. There’s plenty of rap, or even religious church music that identifies non-believers as worthy of death, hell, damnation, and so on. In America at least, atheism is protected as a religion, though I appreciate maybe Canada isn’t that progressive. Are things like Chick Tracts hate speech in Canada I wonder? Like, is it hate speech if I claim Jimmy Hoffa was never killed, he just took a long vacation? Is it hate speech if I think Benedict Arnold did nothing wrong? Is it hate speech if I bring up the fact that native Americans were just as violent as the European settlers they encountered, including between tribes, but the Europeans just happened to have superior weapons? Am I denying the eradication of the Mohicans just because I point out that other tribes helped the Europeans eradicate them, and so on? Is that hate speech or not, what we do here? I don’t think it is. My friend who previously wrote for a women’s health publication in NYC was banned from using the word “women” because it wasn’t considered inclusive. Instead, she was instructed to use the foul term “vulva haver” so your prediction is really not that conspiratorial.
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