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XxDarkSasuxX wrote:
I am officially bored of you. Expect no further reply on this tangent.


Oh, I see, you're arguing the semantics of when the statement becomes a fallacy and not how either statement winds up being related. That is a fair bit more boring.
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qwueri wrote:

Oh, I see, you're arguing the semantics of when the statement becomes a fallacy and not how either statement winds up being related.

Lmao. I understand you are trying to damage control, but there are no semantics involved. It is simply as put.
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Politeness shouldn't be so difficult.
Posted 7/3/17

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But hate speech is allowed in Canada. Now if you make threats against another person based on your hatred, then that's a crime of course and it would be with or without your prejudice being involved, but there's no penalty for not liking certain groups. By all means, keep desperately trying to compare Canada to North Korea though. It makes you look really smart.



Does your brain just go blank whenever you read something that is contrary to your beliefs?



The charge of public incitement of hatred carries a maximum of two years in prison, while uttering threats has a maximum five-year sentence

Also did some more reading myself
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Keegstra
The man made no threats, yet was still charged with 'hate speech'

At his original trial, Keegstra was given a fine of $5,000. A subsequent decision by the Alberta Court of Appeal reduced that to a one-year suspended sentence, one year of probation, and 200 hours of community service work.[7] While the Supreme Court upheld the original conviction and the constitutionality of the law, they did not restore the original sentence.


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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R_v_Keegstra
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XxDarkSasuxX wrote:
Lmao. I understand you are trying to damage control, but there are no semantics involved. It is simply as put.


That erroneously presumes I was carrying on the conversation for more than the exchange of views. But it really is boring if all that's going to occur is arguing past each other and shitposting.
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Posted 7/3/17

Amyas_Leigh wrote:


octorockandroll wrote:


But hate speech is allowed in Canada. Now if you make threats against another person based on your hatred, then that's a crime of course and it would be with or without your prejudice being involved, but there's no penalty for not liking certain groups. By all means, keep desperately trying to compare Canada to North Korea though. It makes you look really smart.



Does your brain just go blank whenever you read something that is contrary to your beliefs?



The charge of public incitement of hatred carries a maximum of two years in prison, while uttering threats has a maximum five-year sentence

Also did some more reading myself
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Keegstra
The man made no threats, yet was still charged with 'hate speech'

At his original trial, Keegstra was given a fine of $5,000. A subsequent decision by the Alberta Court of Appeal reduced that to a one-year suspended sentence, one year of probation, and 200 hours of community service work.[7] While the Supreme Court upheld the original conviction and the constitutionality of the law, they did not restore the original sentence.


More reading:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R_v_Keegstra


You're seriously bringing up Keegstra? are you a nazi apologist or something?


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qwueri wrote:


XxDarkSasuxX wrote:
Lmao. I understand you are trying to damage control, but there are no semantics involved. It is simply as put.


That erroneously presumes I was carrying on the conversation for more than the exchange of views.

Was that not your intention? Excuse me for jumping to conclusions: because it was pointless to resume conversation on that topic, at all, past the point that one party declared that they were done trying to work with the other unless the aforementioned was assumed.


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You're seriously bringing up Keegstra? are you a nazi apologist or something?

I would just like to point out who it is you are talking to.
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XxDarkSasuxX wrote:


papagolfwhiskey wrote:

You're seriously bringing up Keegstra? are you a nazi apologist or something?

I would just like to point out who it is you are talking to.


Sorry I'm not familiar with the poster. should I have done research?


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papagolfwhiskey wrote:


You're seriously bringing up Keegstra? are you a nazi apologist or something?




He is.
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geauxtigers1989 wrote:


papagolfwhiskey wrote:


You're seriously bringing up Keegstra? are you a nazi apologist or something?




He is.


Duly Noted.


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Amyas_Leigh wrote:


octorockandroll wrote:


But hate speech is allowed in Canada. Now if you make threats against another person based on your hatred, then that's a crime of course and it would be with or without your prejudice being involved, but there's no penalty for not liking certain groups. By all means, keep desperately trying to compare Canada to North Korea though. It makes you look really smart.



Does your brain just go blank whenever you read something that is contrary to your beliefs?



The charge of public incitement of hatred carries a maximum of two years in prison, while uttering threats has a maximum five-year sentence

Also did some more reading myself
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Keegstra
The man made no threats, yet was still charged with 'hate speech'

At his original trial, Keegstra was given a fine of $5,000. A subsequent decision by the Alberta Court of Appeal reduced that to a one-year suspended sentence, one year of probation, and 200 hours of community service work.[7] While the Supreme Court upheld the original conviction and the constitutionality of the law, they did not restore the original sentence.


More reading:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R_v_Keegstra


More lies from the liemaster.

James Keegstra was charged because he tried to spread hateful lies in the public school he worked at. If you really want to pretend that's the same as being arrested for any sort of insensitive speaking then go ahead, it would be a good way to extend your bullshit streak, but I'll bring it up if you bring out the waterworks about "propaganda" in public schools in the future.

There would have been no legal repercussions for Keegstra had he not tried to spread his bullshit in schools, him being an anti-semite was not what landed him in jail, he couldn't have even been impeached from his position as mayor for it.
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How'd we end up invoking Godwin's Law? it's topic about courtesy and somehow real Nazis come out of the woodwork...
Posted 7/3/17
Bruce Jenner comes and has coffee all the time here at the local starbucks and guess what the coffee house calls him Mr. Bruce Jenner
not Caytlin he has quite a entourage following him, my husband and myself just drink our coffee's and watch him get chased by media?
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I identify as a king and my preferred pronoun is "Your Highness". As a king I need extensive lands and a vast wealth to be able to feel "normal".



Also why would you want to hire the mentally ill? You have to constantly worry about being harassed or sued for micro aggressions or saying the wrong word. Just imagine if anorexics had special rights so they could sue anyone that calls them skinny while they self identify as fat.


refusing to hire someone who is mentally ill because they are mentally ill is usually in most circumstances against the law.

Atleast in most sane countries.


Tell me what country your talking about because I dont want to visit those locations. We dont need mentally I'll people flying planes.
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papagolfwhiskey wrote:

How'd we end up invoking Godwin's Law? it's topic about courtesy and somehow real Nazis come out of the woodwork...


Meh- just the internet at work, I guess. What was the topic about anyway? Pronouns or something??
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