Wikipedia, YouTube, and the "Hate Speech" Fraud

The following sentence is found on YouTube's website at "We encourage free speech and defend everyone's right to express unpopular points of view. But we don't permit hate speech, which is content intended to attack or demean a particular gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, ethnic origin, veteran status, color, age, disability or nationality." (Emphasis added.) That is one of the most stupid and deceptive sentences I've ever read. Translated logically, it says, "We encourage free speech unless we disagree with it, and then we pretend it is 'hate speech' so we can censor and suppress ideas we disagree with, and work for laws to persecute individuals who dare to speak and publish those heretical ideas."

Never forget, dear reader, that at the bottom of all suppression and censorship (e.g. "hate speech") movements lies the sinful desire to keep simpler minds from understanding the mechanisms (e.g. "law", "government", "money", etc) by which more devious and clever minds steal the labor and produce of the simpler, and more honest, minds.

As you may know, one of my passions is teaching music to children. (You can read a little about my teaching philosophy on this website.) Part of this passion includes a belief that children should have the right to decide important issues in their lives AFTER they're old enough to weigh all the considerations and ramifications. So how does that have to do with Wikipedia's and YouTube's deceptive and oh-so-subtle "hate speech" propaganda. I'm so glad you asked! I enjoy explaining my reasoning.

As society becomes more technologically knowledgeable and competent, it cannot escape the notice of any person possessing  a teacher's heart what a powerful education tool the Internet is. It's like a giant mind full of thoughts, some "good", some "bad", and many which are boring and irrelevant.


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