FSFE and censorship - not true?

Andreas Nilsson emitter at hush.com
Sun Sep 16 09:05:02 UTC 2018

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Hi Reinhard.

Clarification regarding the emails. The quotes from emails that Daniel
Pocock posted on his blog were both the sender/author and the
moderation response. When I wrote that "the quotes from email were
lacking context" I meant that the emails Daniel Pocock posted was not
entirely detailed (according to Florian Snow). Hence my request for
full emails.

As far as I know, hate speech originated as a crime against a group of
humans based on demeaning them for what they look like or believe in.

Personal attacks are something else and are not criminal. Satire uses
personal attacks a lot in art and comedy without meaning a malicious

Kind regards,

On Sun, 2018-09-16 at 09:07 +0200, Reinhard Müller wrote:
> Hi, Andreas!
> Am 2018-09-15 um 06:26 schrieb Andreas Nilsson:
> > Yes, hate speech is generally unwelcome in a democratic society,
> > certainly. The recent discussions was although free from hate
> > speech,
> > such as instigating against a group of people based on race or
> > religion.
> I also consider hate speech and personal attacks unwelcome if it is
> directed at a single person, or a group of person not identified
> through
> race or regligion.
> > In any case I read the post by Florian Snow and the quotes
> > from emails are lacking context, therefore I kindly request that
> > Florian Snow fills out the lacking context with the full emails.
> This sentence confuses me, since I can't find a post by Florian Snow
> which contains quotes from emails.
> Thanks,
> Reinhard
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