Destructive Messages: How Hate Speech Paves the Way for Harmful Social Movements (Critical America)

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It is also dangerous when it is systematically developed over time, becoming part of a culturally acceptable dialogue which can foster the persecution of minorities.

Tsesis traces a causal link between racist and biased rhetoric and injustices like genocide and slavery. He shows that hate speech and propaganda, when left unregulated, can weave animosity into the social fabric to such a great extent that it can cultivate an environment supportive of the commission of hate crimes.

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Tsesis uses historical examples to illuminate the central role racist speech played in encouraging attitudes that led to human rights violations against German Jews, Native Americans, and African Americans, and also discusses the dangers posed by hate speech spread on the Internet today. He also offers an examination of the psychology of scapegoating. Destructive Messages argues that when hate speech is systematically developed over time it poses an even greater threat than when it creates an immediate clear and present danger.

Tsesis offers concrete suggestions concerning how to reform current law in order to protect the rights of all citizens.

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The Politics of Savagery and Indian Removal. A Glance at Contemporary Hate Speech. What we need is not something weaker than a free speech right, but something stronger. He seeks only a freedom to challenge them. His stance on free speech is, in that respect, classically liberal. But it is not rights-based.

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He rightly avoids, however, the value-pluralist weighing and balancing [8] characteristic of most rights regimes, [9] whereby government may legitimately limit provocative speech in order to serve some competing value. Contrary to popular opinion today, [11] however, those were crimes not of speech but of mobilisation, occurring under regimes not of free speech but of constrained speech. He knows all about offensive speech.

That certainly is not because he—of all people—underestimates the force of oppressive ideas. Some leftists today certainly reject censorship. Perhaps the only one to do so unequivocally is Raoul Vaneigem. In the current climate, Vaneigem has found little resonance among fellow travellers. Judith Butler has moved towards free speech, [15] though leaving unclear whether she would accept any viewpoint-selective limitations.

Destructive Messages: How Hate Speech Paves the Way For Harmful Social Movements

But he need not worry about a betrayal. Karl would be best pleased.

Theorie des kommunikativen Handelns. Frankfurt a. Ibid, , Heinze, above n.

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