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#3 - **agrofenlas used "*roll picture*"** **agrofenlas rolled i… 07/21/2016 on Hanis Byen Feiccavow 0
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#28 - Nazis can have their cake, but they can't eat it. They can yap… 07/20/2016 on Haa 0
#26 - I want free speech, I don't care if your opinion is idiot, you… 07/20/2016 on Haa 0
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#24 - Banning opposed opinions is freedom of speech. Do yo…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/20/2016 on Haa 0
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#27 - platinumaltaria (07/20/2016) [-]
>>#26
Good for you, you're in the vast minority. That is of course assuming that you actually do want free speech; which means you have to let the nazis say their piece like everyone else.

Yeah, we call those people "humans" and they occupy roughly 99% of the earth...
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#28 - agrofenlas (07/20/2016) [-]
Nazis can have their cake, but they can't eat it. They can yap at the mouth on whatever site they want, but they aren't burning crosses on someone's lawn and that is what counts.

Talk is cheap so them run up the bill because it can be afforded. Actions cost.
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#25 - platinumaltaria (07/20/2016) [-]
On a private forum? Banning it on the internet would be bad, on one insignificant platform it's fucking fine. Don't fucking use twitter...

No.

Obviously, however the majority of people will call you out on your shit and eventually silence you. As I said before people don't actually want free speech, we want to hear our opinions parroted back at us.
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#26 - agrofenlas (07/20/2016) [-]
I want free speech, I don't care if your opinion is idiot, you'll deal with people telling you so. Free speech promoted directional thought in the right direction. And if you don't want free speech, then you're part of the problem, you're what is creating these echo chambers, these idealists that by the way, are gaining ground because of shit like this.
#22 - >Giving the people the freedom to speak is the opposite of …  [+] (6 new replies) 07/20/2016 on Haa 0
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#23 - platinumaltaria (07/20/2016) [-]
*Forcing freedom on people is a sign that they are not actually free.

Yes. If people genuinely wanted to be white supremacists and had their own platform where they banned anyone who said otherwise that would be fine. That's what real free speech is.
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#24 - agrofenlas (07/20/2016) [-]
Banning opposed opinions is freedom of speech.

Do you know how ridiculous that sounds?

I don't like America. Should I not be allowed to express that in the United states?
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#27 - platinumaltaria (07/20/2016) [-]
>>#26
Good for you, you're in the vast minority. That is of course assuming that you actually do want free speech; which means you have to let the nazis say their piece like everyone else.

Yeah, we call those people "humans" and they occupy roughly 99% of the earth...
User avatar
#28 - agrofenlas (07/20/2016) [-]
Nazis can have their cake, but they can't eat it. They can yap at the mouth on whatever site they want, but they aren't burning crosses on someone's lawn and that is what counts.

Talk is cheap so them run up the bill because it can be afforded. Actions cost.
User avatar
#25 - platinumaltaria (07/20/2016) [-]
On a private forum? Banning it on the internet would be bad, on one insignificant platform it's fucking fine. Don't fucking use twitter...

No.

Obviously, however the majority of people will call you out on your shit and eventually silence you. As I said before people don't actually want free speech, we want to hear our opinions parroted back at us.
User avatar
#26 - agrofenlas (07/20/2016) [-]
I want free speech, I don't care if your opinion is idiot, you'll deal with people telling you so. Free speech promoted directional thought in the right direction. And if you don't want free speech, then you're part of the problem, you're what is creating these echo chambers, these idealists that by the way, are gaining ground because of shit like this.
#20 - Its just twitter. They're only making tumblr an echo cham…  [+] (8 new replies) 07/20/2016 on Haa 0
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#21 - platinumaltaria (07/20/2016) [-]
No I really don't, you can't force freedom on people you moron, that's the opposite of freedom. Free speech has to be something people want, and right now no one actually wants that.
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#22 - agrofenlas (07/20/2016) [-]
>Giving the people the freedom to speak is the opposite of freedom.

If we let large groups of people, who control the outlets of speech restrict what goes in, the only ideals that come out will match their own. Nothing to oppose them. Would you have said the same, if the tweets were about equality, togetherness, and they were shut down by white supremacists?
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#23 - platinumaltaria (07/20/2016) [-]
*Forcing freedom on people is a sign that they are not actually free.

Yes. If people genuinely wanted to be white supremacists and had their own platform where they banned anyone who said otherwise that would be fine. That's what real free speech is.
User avatar
#24 - agrofenlas (07/20/2016) [-]
Banning opposed opinions is freedom of speech.

Do you know how ridiculous that sounds?

I don't like America. Should I not be allowed to express that in the United states?
User avatar
#27 - platinumaltaria (07/20/2016) [-]
>>#26
Good for you, you're in the vast minority. That is of course assuming that you actually do want free speech; which means you have to let the nazis say their piece like everyone else.

Yeah, we call those people "humans" and they occupy roughly 99% of the earth...
User avatar
#28 - agrofenlas (07/20/2016) [-]
Nazis can have their cake, but they can't eat it. They can yap at the mouth on whatever site they want, but they aren't burning crosses on someone's lawn and that is what counts.

Talk is cheap so them run up the bill because it can be afforded. Actions cost.
User avatar
#25 - platinumaltaria (07/20/2016) [-]
On a private forum? Banning it on the internet would be bad, on one insignificant platform it's fucking fine. Don't fucking use twitter...

No.

Obviously, however the majority of people will call you out on your shit and eventually silence you. As I said before people don't actually want free speech, we want to hear our opinions parroted back at us.
User avatar
#26 - agrofenlas (07/20/2016) [-]
I want free speech, I don't care if your opinion is idiot, you'll deal with people telling you so. Free speech promoted directional thought in the right direction. And if you don't want free speech, then you're part of the problem, you're what is creating these echo chambers, these idealists that by the way, are gaining ground because of shit like this.
#18 - Ban the head of the idea and the body falls. That is the premise.  [+] (10 new replies) 07/20/2016 on Haa 0
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#19 - platinumaltaria (07/20/2016) [-]
Or it's just fucking twitter... no need to get assmad
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#20 - agrofenlas (07/20/2016) [-]
Its just twitter.
They're only making tumblr an echo chamber.
Its only most of the large media outlets.
Its alright, they still have a small space for free discussion.
They will make due with their small free speech areas.
They are happy in the camps, it is free there.
Rights? No, they are political prisoners, of hate crimes and treason.

Free speech on the internet is important, especially on major outlets.
Free speech on the soil of a country even more so.
And when you start to ban ideals and their idealists, you mock freedom.
You mock the idea of freedom as a concept, and reduce that concept in size.
In structure until there is nothing to oppose your view.

Look at college campuses. That started online.
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#21 - platinumaltaria (07/20/2016) [-]
No I really don't, you can't force freedom on people you moron, that's the opposite of freedom. Free speech has to be something people want, and right now no one actually wants that.
User avatar
#22 - agrofenlas (07/20/2016) [-]
>Giving the people the freedom to speak is the opposite of freedom.

If we let large groups of people, who control the outlets of speech restrict what goes in, the only ideals that come out will match their own. Nothing to oppose them. Would you have said the same, if the tweets were about equality, togetherness, and they were shut down by white supremacists?
User avatar
#23 - platinumaltaria (07/20/2016) [-]
*Forcing freedom on people is a sign that they are not actually free.

Yes. If people genuinely wanted to be white supremacists and had their own platform where they banned anyone who said otherwise that would be fine. That's what real free speech is.
User avatar
#24 - agrofenlas (07/20/2016) [-]
Banning opposed opinions is freedom of speech.

Do you know how ridiculous that sounds?

I don't like America. Should I not be allowed to express that in the United states?
User avatar
#27 - platinumaltaria (07/20/2016) [-]
>>#26
Good for you, you're in the vast minority. That is of course assuming that you actually do want free speech; which means you have to let the nazis say their piece like everyone else.

Yeah, we call those people "humans" and they occupy roughly 99% of the earth...
User avatar
#28 - agrofenlas (07/20/2016) [-]
Nazis can have their cake, but they can't eat it. They can yap at the mouth on whatever site they want, but they aren't burning crosses on someone's lawn and that is what counts.

Talk is cheap so them run up the bill because it can be afforded. Actions cost.
User avatar
#25 - platinumaltaria (07/20/2016) [-]
On a private forum? Banning it on the internet would be bad, on one insignificant platform it's fucking fine. Don't fucking use twitter...

No.

Obviously, however the majority of people will call you out on your shit and eventually silence you. As I said before people don't actually want free speech, we want to hear our opinions parroted back at us.
User avatar
#26 - agrofenlas (07/20/2016) [-]
I want free speech, I don't care if your opinion is idiot, you'll deal with people telling you so. Free speech promoted directional thought in the right direction. And if you don't want free speech, then you're part of the problem, you're what is creating these echo chambers, these idealists that by the way, are gaining ground because of shit like this.