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Today's proof of this is the brouhaha over whether some Congresspeople were called niggers by individuals in a tea party rally.On one side we have the black Congresspeople themselves telling us it happened, and telling us that we need to explore why this kind of divisive and reprehensible language is still making it into our political debate." On the other side, we have Andrew Breitbart saying that it never happened, and offering a reward to anyone who can prove it did. To start with, seeing grown people afraid of printing a word as a word (not directed at anyone) is so infantile I never thought to see it in my lifetime.Speech, words, and even inflection have already been criminalized, even when there is no threat or chance of riot or incitement. The Congressman's argument about divisive language is also nonsense.We think we have made great social progress because we can now say crap and ass on TV, but we have actually digressed since the 60's.Back then coarse language was frowned upon, but we were further from outlawing words than we are now.
But in politics, no such assumption is necessary anymore.
The various media present us with a debate where both sides are speaking nothing but nonsense, and no one seems capable of passing through it.
by Miles Mathis How is it that both sides of every debate fail to state the obvious these days?
I have shown that both art and science are defined by misdirection and propaganda, so that we should not be surprised that politics is, too.
We are just a slight cough away from criminalizing the word nigger as hate speech, even when it is used like I am using it (undirected at anyone).
This would be like outlawing the word murder, even in reportage.