Pros And Cons Of Free Speech

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Canada Are we sacrificing free speech for others protection? Freedom of speech in Canada is not absolute like for an example in America. Canada has always had a few rules to limit the grotesqueness of some of their books that were published in the past and present. I might not be a fan of restriction of speech whatever form it takes, but i can see what they are trying to do by creating a safer environment for the citizens they have and so on so forth. But now canada has implemented a new law restricting free speech even more. The 18th of november 2017 bill c-16 was passed. Bill C-16 is supposed to protect transexual people from harassment and other aggressive factors, that may or may not be playing a part in making life worse for transsexual people. The law sounds pretty innocent in…show more content…
A cultural war between the liberal left and various shadows on the right. A middle-aged professor of psychology has suddenly ended up in this fight. One of the most known opposers of the bill is professor of psychology at the university of toronto, Jordan B Peterson. Jordan Peterson is a really big figure in the fight against language restrictment. ‘’I will never use words I hate, like the trendy and artificially constructed words "zhe" and "zher." These words are at the vanguard of a post-modern, radical leftist ideology that I detest, and which is, in my professional opinion, frighteningly similar to the Marxist doctrines that killed at least 100 million people in the 20th century.’’ sentences like this has gained a lot of revolt from supporters of the bill. Jordan B Peterson does not really have a problem with the pronouns themselves but much like me he has a problem with language restriction and unnatural language development. Giving the any type of government that much power is a
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