From holocaust denial to race/gender equality denial

Lawyers and historians who testified in court in defense of holocaust deniers, are threatened with prosecution1. Such a blanket prohibition of speech, where truth is no valid defense2, can lead down the slippery slope to hate speech laws and repression of #TrueSpeech.  Denying that the Nazi holocaust killed 6 million Jews is a felony3 in many countries. “Scholars have pointed out that countries that specifically ban Holocaust denial generally have legal systems that limit speech in other ways, such as banning “hate speech.”[Laws against Holocaust denial|Wikipedia]

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Switzerland: Prison Term for ‘Holocaust Denial’

On April 10, 2000, a Swiss court sentenced 79-year-old publicist and retired teacher Gaston-Armand Amaudruz to one year in prison for “denying” the existence of homicidal gas chambers in World War II German concentration camps. […]

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Social media “community standards” don’t allow “content” that encourages hatred against protected groups.

  1. As in hate speech laws1 *2, it is not allowed to say anything negative about a “protected group” aka “minority”3
  2. It is irrelevant if the disallowed “content” is factually true (#TrueSpeech).
  3. It is ok to encourage hate against an unprotected group4

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“Community standards”5 are just  another version of the #PCGagOrder re-formulated6. Community standards are another WRITTEN PROOF of repression of #TrueSpeech with PesseKodex12.1’s restrictions

“Encouraging hatred” is interpreted very widely[12].  with typical PC dishonesty.   Negative facts might encourage “hatred” against “protected groups” aka “minorities”. The #PCGagOrder is officially enforced by YouTube and FaceBook. Forbidden to say anything negative about minorities, to avoid stirring up prejudices.   This #PCGagOrder is enforced by Hate speech laws, and social media.

“We also don’t allow any content that encourages hatred of another person or group of people based on their membership in a protected group”

That interview was one of fourteen videos that YouTube banned from the E. Michael Jones channel on YouTube in June. As with other thirteen, the only explanation YouTube gave was that the video violated its rules concerning hate speech, I.e., “We also don’t allow any content that encourages hatred of another person or group of people based on their membership in a protected group.” YouTube’s notice did not identify the offending hate speech or the “protected group.Source

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