posted on Aug, 12 2009 @ 02:19 PM
reply to post by HunkaHunka
I know more about manipulation of the masses than most people do. Words, syntax, capitalization, sentence structure, etc., can all play a part with
people online, and similarly can be said for people in crowds and rallies. This doesn't mean free speech should be restricted because of it. All
restricting free speech would do is, instead of having everybody have equal opportunities at manipulating the masses, only those with power would be
able. It's bad either way, and bad things must come with the good on this planet.
However, your analogy goes both ways. If you can shoot at somebody and use a baby as a human shield, they can do they same -- both just need to be
careful not to shoot the baby.