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There has been a lot of talk lately about incendiary rhetoric, racism, hate speech, hate crimes, and domestic terrorism. Every time some white guy with an opinion so much as contemplates breaking the law, those stupid enough to take CNN seriously are made to believe there is some kind of existential crisis in America. One which can only be solved by the pseudo-repeal of the First and Second amendments to the US Constitution.
You’ve surely heard just about the entire panel of soon to be failed Democrat Presidential candidates, blame Trump for a mass shooting in El Paso, Texas. According to them, Trump’s observation that millions of military aged males illegally pouring across a sovereign border constitutes an invasion, so warped the mind of one young man, that he threw his life away on a mass shooting. The Antifa cross dresser who killed 9 people in 30 seconds that same weekend, seems to have slipped beneath their radar, except as a footnote in their gun control propaganda.
Just yesterday, Courtney Hagle at Media Matters lamented that “Fox News has called immigration an “invasion” multiple times since El Paso“. Drawing a not at all subtle connection between calling a spade a spade, and mass murder, Hagle continues the Democrat Smear Machine’s vendetta against the only cable news network who dares to deviate from Democrat talking points.
It is easy, and likely even prudent, to dismiss such utterances as mere Jewish nonsense. Perhaps however, we would be well served to consider the implications of the premise. If speaking of a group, in terms which conjure in the mind the image of a threat, predictably results in criminal violence, then clearly our current legal system falls short of providing a remedy. Radical changes will need to be made, prohibiting a broad range of discussion, in order to moderate our discourse, and preserve the peace and prosperity of our society.
To analyze the situation rationally however, we’ll need to stop listening to Jews. We’ll definitely need to talk about something other than the hoax of the White Supremacist threat, if we hope to find ourselves in proximity to credible conclusions. So where else might we seek examples of inflammatory statements resulting in violence?
Not long ago, the New York Times lamented YouTube’s “algorithms” fostering right wing extremism. The Southern Poverty Law Center blamed Google’s search algorithms for radicalizing Dylann Roof. In response to these pressures, Google has blacklisted news sites, demonetized some YouTube producers, and outright banned numerous others.
Interestingly, a YouTube playlist titled “ACAB Fuck The Police Playlist – Kill-A-Cop Hip Hop” wasn’t caught up in the censorship, despite the playlist description reading “Music to kill pigs to” and receiving over 50,000 plays. The playlist contains 48 tracks, only three of which have been deleted. Considering the content of the remaining tracks, one might be justified in concluding the removed tracks were not removed due to community guidelines violations.
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