Any politician currently in a government office that is not spending all their time and effort to permanently eradicate corruption is a complete waste of oxygen.
Oh, hello there reader. I was just talking about how much I disliked and lacked respect for all those elected and nominated officials who’d much rather make their pockets than their country grow – you know, pretty much all of them. The same ones, ironically, concerned with “hate speech”.
I’m not going to pretend like I’m some legal demi-god know-it-all – like misterNV, esq. But I asked around before writing this. Supposedly, it is not hate-speech to utter your opinion. Even in a public forum. But, once you not only contort facts but incite violence and things of that nature, then you’re liable to be arrested and such. Which is cool with me. Hey, liars pants are meant to be set on fire, are they not?
But here’s what I wonder. If our little blog/site/thingy told our thousands of readers the truth – the whole truth and nothing but the truth – about how disenfranchised they really were, and that translated into revolution – real revolution – would we be charged with hate-speech?
Are we not allowed to speak out for what we believe in and fight for our own rights? If I’m lying prove me wrong. But to arrest me and charge me…well, now you’re opening a Pandora’s box Hercules couldn’t close.
The problem with this approach, like many other of the government’s approaches is that the power is taken away from the people. Such that the government decides what is inciteful, or inflammatory, or – more scarily – true. And it’s not that we don’t trust our government, it’s just that…oh, wait. WE DON’T.
Like I said earlier, 99.9999% of them: idiots, liars, incompetent greedy sloths that probably should
f**k theirselves and die like David Carradine knot their ties on a door knob and sit down on the floor very quickly.
Yeah, like that.
Now is that hate-speech?