Opinion  Ben-Dror Yemini
Freedom of speech and the march of radicalization
Ben-Dror Yemini
Published: 17.05.17, 23:27
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1. censorship looks great to those. who...
Bluegrass Picker ,   Afula   (05.18.17)
...think they have a good chance to get appointed to the (salaried) job of being the censor
2. You don't want to go down this road, Ben
Matt ,   Oregon City, OR   (05.18.17)
Please look into how this precise argument is playing out on the campuses of American universities in 2017, Berkeley, Middlebury, Harvard, etc. Forbidding speech because your tribe considers it hate speech has proved absolutely disastrous in the U.S. and violent clashes (originating from the left), including assaults against offending professors, has ratcheted up the possibility of widespread violence across the land. Anything and everything that doesn't agree with the ideology of the left is being labeled hate speech, and protesters, having seized the moral high ground, have no qualms about demonizing and (physically) attacking their opponents.
3. It's becoming quite tedious this comparison between Religion
of Organized Genocidal Aspirations (Islam, the one and only) and sporadic outbursts of frustrated revenge on our part. Time to STFU Yemini & try to find new horse to ride, 'cause this one is lying dying by the roadside...
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