Do you support violence against people with a different opinion than you?
You seem to be a reasonable person who is concerned with everyone being able to freely express their opinion. We’re assuming you’re writing to us because Richard Spencer got rocked in DC on Saturday.
We think you need to understand the difference between an opinion and advocating for genocide. Opinions are defensible; undefensible opinions are unjustified beliefs.
When those unjustified beliefs consist of things like questioning if Jews are human or calling for genocide against black people and the person publicly espousing them is trying to lead a political movement, they are a clear threat to people and should be prevented from expressing themselves at every opportunity, by any means necessary (instead of, say, being given a platform by the national media to present their beliefs).
In virtually every country in the western world save the United States, calling for a racist genocide is considered hate speech and is illegal. Because these countries recognize what this leads to.
As a RASH skinhead once told us, “when you publicly advocate and organize for the enslavement and extermination of the majority of humanity based on skin color or religion or sexuality, you have forfeited your right to a polite and civil debate.”