However, having a view and mistreating others are two very different things. I do agree with McMaster on this one stand point but it is not enough to make me against regulation.
Genocide is an extreme action caused by hate speech and it is one of only a few kinds of attitudes that is identified as a crime under international law, similar to other cruel crimes. Every people who practices hate speech and offends others should be punished by law with imprisonment, fine or volunteer work, depending on the case.
Outrage, indignation and demands for change are the responses to these incidents - understandably, given the lack of racial and social diversity among students, faculty and administrators on most campuses But with hate speeches becoming increasingly common, many wonder if it is too great of a price to pay, or one that we should have to pay at all I will analyze hate rhetoric stemming from the years to present day.
As it would be wrong to kill ten carriers of a dangerous disease to prevent its spread to a thousand others, it would be wrong to punish people for holding unpopular or even reprehensible beliefs