hate speech

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hate speech

n.
Bigoted speech attacking or disparaging a social group or a member of such a group.

hate speech

n
(Sociology) speech disparaging a racial, sexual, or ethnic group or a member of such a group

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n.
speech that attacks a person or group on the basis of race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.
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In a statement, the embassy said British police has been working with an extensive investigation into the group behind such hate propaganda in British society.
Your role should be one of 'peacemakers' and, if you want to make a political statement, then have the decency to speak out about the whole story--not just the lies and hate propaganda.
India continues to suffer itself owing to its narrow nationalism and hate propaganda.
There are also those who are pushing out hate propaganda.
This hate propaganda resulted in his assassination was underscored by none other than Sardar Patel-led Home Ministry which went on to record: "It was not necessary to spread poison in order to enthuse the Hindus and organize for their protection.
The bill also aims to amend the Criminal Code to expand protection against hate propaganda to cover gender identity or expression.
People who follow hate propaganda and who groom vulnerable people with racist bigotry from sites like Britain First need to be banned.
SDS's destructive and hate propaganda, that this party, Soros's NGO's and their media intensively spread in the past three years, resulted in an attempted murder of former minister of health Nikola Todorov on the first day of Zoran Zaev term as PM, stress from VMRO-DPMNE.
When asked about the issue by CNA, the committee's secretary Petros Petrides commendably said the media had a responsibility to protect groups that are vulnerable to hate propaganda, but again he refused to give specific examples.
It will expand the list of identifiable groups that are protected from hate propaganda by adding "gender identity" and "gender expression" to the list.
It also proposes to amend the Criminal Code to add gender identity or expression to the definition of "identifiable group" for the purpose of the hate propaganda offences and to the list of aggravating circumstances for hate-crime sentencing.
167) Noting that individuals can be persuaded to believe "almost anything" if information or ideas are communicated using the right technique and in the proper circumstances, the Supreme Court of Canada cited the following passages from the report of the Special Committee on Hate Propaganda in Canada (the Cohen Committee), which paved a way for criminal ban on hate speech: