Thursday, August 06, 2020

Hate Speech: When It Is Deserved and Morally Necessary

I hate Hitler, Stalin, and Mao for their scores of millions of murders. I’m glad they’re dead and I hope they suffered as greatly as possible both in dying and throughout their lives. My words are speech and they are as full of hate as it is possible for speech to be.

Whoever objects to this hate speech signifies that he believes that monsters should not be hated, that they should be able to go through life free of this consequence of their evil. He thereby gives aid and comfort to the monsters and thus deserves himself to be hated.

Who are the morons who have dared to attach a stigma to hate speech in and of itself? Who are the morons who have listened to them?

There are two types of hate speech: justified hate speech, as against Hitler, Stalin, and Mao, and unjustified hate speech, as used by such monsters against the founding principles of the United States and their offshoot the capitalist economic system.

Our culture has become so filled with morons, that hardly anyone even notices that every day there is a massive campaign of hate speech carried on by Marxists/Socialists against the principles of individual rights and economic freedom.

Every day, Marxists denounce capitalists as “exploiters,” who steal their profits from wage earners, and urge the wage earners to rise up and seize the capitalists’ allegedly stolen property. Uneducated, brain-dead “intellectuals” never realize that this is hate speech.

The same intellectuals endlessly prattle on against “discrimination” and the need for “inclusiveness,” while simultaneously accepting the blatant discrimination implied in the slogan “Black lives matter” and its utter lack of inclusiveness of any lives but those of blacks.  

We live in a society that is essentially uneducated in the realms of economics and political philosophy. Fortunately, this great flaw can be rectified, by reading and studying the works of Ludwig von Mises and Ayn Rand, who provide the knowledge required to fill this void.

My membership in Mises’s graduate seminar for ten years concluding in the earning of my Ph.D. under him, and also in Ayn Rand’s “collective” for a comparable period, provided the foundation for my own contributions to the cause they lead and allow me to add my works to theirs.

So I conclude by recommending that everyone who wants to fight for freedom and capitalism read the works of Mises, Rand, and Reisman. Search under these names at