336 search results for "hate speech"

Aaron Jay Danielson’s murder, at the hands of an as yet unknown assailant, in Portland on the weekend was met with suspicion, not sympathy from the Left and mainstream media.

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The UK Government is continuing its war on words and they’re now setting its sights on those who verbally insult other people for the way they look. UK Home Office shared a minute-long video on social media on Friday saying it is now a “hate crime” to insult someone’s appearance. “No one should be abused and insulted because of the way they look,” Home Office tweeted. “If you are – it’s a hate crime.” The video features a number of individuals with facial birthmarks, scarring and deformities recounting negative comments they’ve received because of their appearance. “Every day we get…

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If advocates really want to help the “LGBTQ community”, they would do well to stop telling LGBTQ people that they are hated and despised by everyone who does not affirm the rainbow worldview.

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In a speech for the National Press Club on Wednesday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison delivered the equivalent of a State of the Union address. From its content to his delivery, it was obvious that the Prime Minister was addressing the nation, not just the top end town. His address didn’t present a government in damage control, but a government that is in control. Morrison was right to not use the opportunity to give ground to noisy dishonest critics on social media. Many of whom come across as detached from everyday Australia, and seem to exist only as a deliberate distraction…

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A former police officer is suing UK police after being accused of a ‘hate crime’ before having his “thoughts checked” by an officer claiming to represent the LGBTQ community. Humberside Police tracked former police officer, Harry Miller, to his place of work after acquiring several tweets suggesting ‘transgender women are not real women.’ Police told Miller that an anonymous person had reported him for hate speech, saying his workplace would not be a “safe place” for trans people. Despite being told that he had committed no crime, the officer told Miller, “I need to check your thinking.” After being subject…

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A UK doctor who was told by a judge that his Christian beliefs were “incompatible with human dignity” has responded to the ruling, calling it “beyond reason, logic, and science.” Dr David Mackereth lost his Employment Tribunal case last week after he was fired by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) for refusing to identify his patients by anything other than their biological gender. The DWP’s case against the 56-year-old father of four claimed the doctor’s belief in Genesis 1:27 was not a belief protected by the Equality Act 2010 but was rather a ‘mere opinion.’ “In essence, I’m now being compelled…

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Covington student, Nicholas Sandermann’s $250 million defamation case against The Washington Post was dismissed late last month, after a federal judge ruled that the Washington Post hadn’t slandered Sandermann in its reporting of the infamous, so-called “standoff” between himself and Native American, Nathan Phillips on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Saurabh Sharma of the Dailycaller said the “judge threw out the case” saying that The Washington Post didn’t defame the Covington students, but were irresponsible with their use of “loose, figurative,” and “rhetorical hyperbole”. [i] This is despite The Washington Post, along with some Twitter users and others within…

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It’s said that bias isn’t what you put in, it’s what you choose to leave out. Kristina Keneally has demonstrated at best a factual ignorance, and at worst, a deliberate attempt to use US tragedy’s as a means to score political points. In the past week, two mass-shootings, one in Dayton Ohio, the other in El-Paso Texas, rocked the United States. The Labor Senator and Home Affairs spokeswoman in a Sydney Morning Herald op-ed titled, We can’t bury our heads when it comes to right-wing extremism wrote: On Sunday a wave of sadness consumed me as I saw Dayton, Ohio…

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Tommy Robinson has been permanently banned from Facebook and Instagram after the social media giant accused him of repeatedly breaking the platforms’ policies on hate speech. A statement released yesterday by Facebook claims: “Tommy Robinson’s Facebook Page has repeatedly broken these standards, posting material that uses dehumanizing language and calls for violence targeted at Muslims. He has also behaved in ways that violate our policies around organized hate. As a result, in accordance with our policies, we have removed Tommy Robinson’s official Facebook Page and Instagram profile. This is not a decision we take lightly, but individuals and organizations that…

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Tommy Robinson has slammed the BBC and fake news media in a speech delivered to thousands of supporters gathered outside the Old Bailey yesterday. “If we went and found members of the British public and they met me, they’d shake my hand and tell me to carry on going,” Robinson said. “If you told them that you work for the BBC, you’d get a completely different response to what I get. You wish to try and portray that I am hated, whereas in reality, it’s you that are hated. “You have lied, you have played your part, and all of…

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The Scottish Government has launched a new campaign targeting Christians in an effort to tackle “hate crime” in Scotland. The ‘Letters from Scotland’ campaign, produced in partnership with Police Scotland, include letters to bigots, transphobes, and homophobes and urge citisens to report any “religious hate” they may see or hear. One poster reads: Dear bigots, division seems to be what you believe in. We don’t want your religious hate on our buses, on our streets and in our communities. We don’t want you spreading your intolerance. Or making people’s lives a misery because of their religious dress. You may not…

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The Australian Labor Party’s consultation draft claims to “distill the policies and enduring values that Labor aspires to implement in government.” According to the document, “all Australians have the right to exercise their freedom of speech” (p.187; 120), but with that freedom comes the responsibility not to “harm” others with your words. “Australia’s anti-vilification laws strike an appropriate balance between the right to free speech and protection from the harm of hate speech” (121). Words, either written or spoken, can cause actual harm, beyond “mere offence,” according to the ALP. Those who abuse the “responsibilities that come with freedom of…

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A 51-year-old Canadian man was arrested and charged with a “hate crime” two years after distributing “anti-gay” pamphlets at the Toronto Pride Parade. The Toronto Police Service charged William Whatcott with, “willful promotion of hatred against an identifiable group, namely the gay community,” a Police statement said. The pamphlets warned that homosexuality is associated with sexually transmitted diseases, including HPV of the rectum, which the U.S. Centers for Disease Control confirms is true, according to The Federalist. The pamphlets were also said to contain negative comments about the Liberal party and left-wing politicians. A Christian message was also included, suggesting “eternal…

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Earlier this week Liberty Victoria awarded Yassmin Abdel-Magied the 2018 Young Voltair Award. In a series of tweets, Abdel-Magied announced, “I won an award for Free Speech y’all. This one is for all those young Muslims and POC [people of colour] in Aus and around the world who know their equality is conditional, but know they need to speak anyway… And for all those who tried to silence me… Eat your hearts out.” This one is for all those young Muslims and POC in Aus and around the world who know their equality is conditional, but know they need to speak…

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“It clearly shows how vague ‘hate speech’ laws allow government to weaponize the legal process as a punishment for opposing views.”

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Following Google in 2017, Apple cancelled free speech, Christian social media app, Gab, under the false premise of “hate speech” and “far-right extremism.”

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‘Hate speech’ is really nothing more than speech truth-haters hate hearing.

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“Disney you have a problem, you call others what you yourselves are, you do and are the things you tell others not to do or be,” she said.

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“Prayer is a revolt against the disorder of the world.”

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“The only way the authorities can prevent children from accessing social media is by requiring adults to submit some form of personal identification as proof of eligibility.”

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