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Originally posted by Crakeur
reply to post by Illusionsaregrander
what a diabolical way to pre-empt.
implies that it was planned and perpetrated, by the jews for the reason of protecting future generations.
he's suggesting, contrary to what he's now saying, that the jews planned the holocaust to protect themselves down the road.
Originally posted by
The Holocaust is the reason you cannot attack the Jews for whatever reason, what a diabolical way to pre-empt future attacks on your people and ensure a carte-blanche for your offspring.
Originally posted by Mynaeris
How about anti-Christian and anti-Alien and anti-Palestine. I have seen some seriously hatefilled speech against people who believe either of these. How about anti-scientology? But as someone raises the issue of holocaust deniers - this is what I am speaking about a restriction on free speech. If someone comes up with valid input on why they believe that either the holocaust or Jesus or any other not being factual why should it be classed as hatespeech?
[edit on 5-2-2009 by Mynaeris]
Originally posted by skeptic1
Play nice and don't call anyone ugly names.
Originally posted by Chance321
Just to make sure we understand. If someone says something against obama under hate speech, does the same rule apply to someone saying something against President Bush does the same rule under hate speech apply? Just want to be perfectly clear on this.