We have this really goofy society where the enormous majority of people think respect for the victims and their families' feelings trumps the right of some insane Aussie cunt and his cohorts to promote his racist views.
It's evil to respect victims' feelings but not evil to promulgate racist propaganda.
Good on you.
I can afford to be.
I know for certain some of my views are highly offensive to those in power. Just on euthanasia, the literature I promote is considered so evil the maximum penalty is 14 years in jail, but it doesn't stop me writing it or publishing it.
I haven't been disarmed in any way. People with semi-automatic guns got disarmed, and I believe Canada's going to do the same.
You just keep being proud to be number 1 in gun crime in the OECD.
USA! USA! USA!
Sure - I can discuss the crap, as long as I don't publish it, which is something I'd have no desire to do, because it's total shit.Rob Lister wrote: ↑Mon May 04, 2020 9:42 pmI take a different view: if the Kiwi's don't have a problem with that form of censorship, I certainly don't; I don't even feel bad for them. I think the UK is in the same situation.
I am curious how far this censorship's arm reaches, though. Could you, Atheist, publish information on it here without fear of prosecution?
If I thought it was something Kiwis needed to know, I'd have no problem breaking the law and publishing it, but it's not worth anything, except in the minds of alt-right morons who screech "free speech" while not even recognising that USA does not have complete free speech.
Holy shit, that is hilarious. Way to PWN yourself, mate.
You started the thread, not me.