Freedom to HATE!

I don't think it shopuld be allowed on social media and websites: hate, racism and violence. You could get people to join in and cause arguements. Is freedom of speech the same as freedom to HATE? People should only be allowed to say the good things, not be mean about other people.

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  • Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC
    02 Oct 2018

    This is an interesting point, and I think it relates to the Myanmar and Rohingya topic. Can you explain the connection?

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  • St-Edwards-logo-250x250.jpg chatty_expression | St Edward's Catholic Primary School
    02 Oct 2018

    I think Aung San Suu Kyi is afraid to step up and make a stand for the Rohingya groups. 90% of Myanmar is Buddhist and they are using their freedom of speech in a hateful way to be predjudiced against the 10% of the population that have different beliefs.

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