hate speech

“Brainwashed” and Other Dehumanizing Words
These days people sling the term “brainwashing” around like a Frisbee at a park or more aptly, like the fists, rocks, bricks and bullets which fly when some attempt at a rational discussion devolves into selfishness, hatred and bigotry.
Business Post’s Catherine Healy Uses Anti-Scientologists to Disparage Prominent Drug Rehab
John McGhee has an extensive record of trespassing on, defacing and vandalizing Churches of Scientology in addition to verbally and physically attacking and harassing individual Scientologists.
Five Things to Know About Leah Remini
Leah Remini’s stated intention is to strip Scientologists of their First Amendment rights and to destroy Scientology.
Game Show Network Host Calls Members of a Religion “P—sy-A-s B-tches,” “D—kheads” and “Sick A—holes”
Game Show Network considers its programming “family-friendly,” and “fun.” Meanwhile, its host publicly attacks, dehumanizes and spreads hate against members of the Scientology religion in obscenity-laced tirades virtually daily.
Hate Crimes Spike Again in the Nation’s Largest County
The Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations has issued an annual hate crime report for the past 40 years, amongst the most exhaustive and established reports of its kind anywhere.
Hate Speech a Burning Issue with Remini A&E Series
On December 15, 2015, a hate crime was committed against our Church of Scientology and Scientologists in Austin. A 31-year-old woman, Erin McMurtry, drove her car through the front doors of the Church, obviously intending destruction and harm to Scientologists.
Hate Speech: Why More Communication—Not Less—Is the Answer
I agree that hate speech has no place in civil discourse, but when people are afraid to communicate at all about entire subjects because they’re afraid of being labeled as something they aren’t, that climate of fear has its own far-reaching consequences on civil discourse that also tear at the fabric of what it means to live in an open, free society.
iHeart CEO Bob Pittman Continues to Greenlight Hate
Though advertisers have fled from a podcast that violates iHeart’s terms of service, CEO Bob Pittman continues greenlighting the streaming of hate.
Is Hate Speech Free Speech?
It is then up to the rest of us, the majority of people, the decent folk who choose to live in harmony with our fellow human beings, regardless of their creed, to stop the rhetoric from going any further.
It’s a Wonderful Life
Every Christmas I watch It’s a Wonderful Life with my family. It’s become a holiday tradition. Ninety-four percent of critics liked it on Rotten Tomatoes . The other 6 percent are miserable bastards.