Posted December 07, 2018
I truncate your statements because truncation doesn't change context. Like your "it's ok to infringe individual rights" statement. Rights are called rights for a reason. And the reason is that every law-abiding citizen is granted these rights and no one can devoid this citizen of those rights. The only authority that can "warrant" human rights infrigment is a court of law. Which means that as long as a speech is not illegal, it shouldn't be restricted.
firstpastthepost: I'm ignoring your words? You deliberately truncate what I say to change the context of it
If you think of another example of my truncation that "changes context" - name it.
But video's description and comments that mention that video was flagged and removed and later restored, do.
firstpastthepost: FYI. The existence of antifa videos on youtube calling for violence doesn't prove anything regarding your point. Video's don't get removed until they are flagged some how. It doesn't prove a removal bias on the part of youtube.
Post edited December 07, 2018 by LootHunter