posted on Feb, 16 2018 @ 07:29 AM
a reply to: airowineSailorcat
it's a real shame that someones right to express themselves and done so in order to point out a fallacy or a flaw in our judicial system has come this
far in a trial which basically makes a mockery of our judicial system has forced him to suffer needlessly had common sense been applied in the first
place this would never have happened.
Of course we need to protect citizens from harm , but words cannot cause physical harm to someone directly
directed abuse to a person can cause mental distress but the words do not cause physical harm as pain receptors do not fire in the brain when people
are offended , its their ego that is offended not the human being , the consciousness behind the ego
cant be physically harmed ti doesnt experience pain it is simply consciousness.
If he is suffering PTSD and has been medically diagnosed , then the person who reported his "hate speech" should be made to pay for his treatment from
their own pocket !
as physical and mental distress has been created on the Count Dankula
funny that this law is designed to prevent harm , yet the only harm that has come is to the person who made the joke.
I guess in essence yes , you should be careful what you say , and yes ,there are better ways to tackle flaws in our society by the correct channels.
But if we cant express ourselves freely without suffering then what is the point in self expression in the first place. Self expression should be
liberating not debilitating .
If he goes to jail for this , then even more harm has been caused, as he will suffer and possibly could end up institutionalised. Why "aye ma dugs a