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  1. Their words fuel hatred. While they don’t bear direct responsibility, Spencer’s writing alone was cited 162 times in the manifesto of Norwegian mass-murderer Anders Breivik, who killed 77 people in Oslo in July 2011 in the hopes of setting off a war against Muslims, and stopping the “Islamization” of Europe.

    Comment by Agnes J. Avila — June 29, 2013 @ 2:19 am

  2. So I assume you believe that Al Gore’s “Earth in the Balance” “fueled the hatred” of the Unabomber?

    Or that the movie “Taxi Driver” “fueled the hatred” of attempted Reagan assassin John Hinckley?

    Or that Helter Skelter “fueled the hatred” of Mark David Chapman?

    All of the authorsa and creator involved “don’t bear direct responsibility.” Neither does Spencer. He has never advocated killing or even destruction.

    If that’s all you have as an “argument,” you don’t have an argument, and your stated position is the path towards banning all speech which might conceivably “inspire” anyone, no matter how twisted. IOW, it’s a recipe for the end of free speech.

    Comment by Tom — June 29, 2013 @ 6:03 pm

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