Le vendredi 26 mars 2021 à 23:12:45+0100, Gerardo Ballabio a écrit : > Ulrike Uhlig wrote: > > That said, let's escalate your example a bit > > "Escalate a bit" is quite an understatement, as you turned it into an > example of criminal behavior. Which makes it irrelevant to the subject > of this discussion, i.e., whether people can be discriminated for > expressing their opinions without violating any laws. Being a douchebag is not something criminal /per se/, and, well, it can be enough to be fired from a job. > The rest of your message is basically a repetition of the concept that > if people do bad things, they should face consequences, which I agree > 100% with. Where we seem to disagree, instead, is whether exercising > the right to free speech is a bad thing. Honestly, exercising it in order to hurt others is a bad thing. One can protect a right and still thing some of its usages are bad. -- Pierre-Elliott Bécue GPG: 9AE0 4D98 6400 E3B6 7528 F493 0D44 2664 1949 74E2 It's far easier to fight for one's principles than to live up to them.
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