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What hate speech has become in the new religions.

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Expressing hatred or intolerance toward any social group is the core of hate speech. Hate speech is a subjective term that is used to call out attacks, threats, or insults a person or group. It can come in many forms but always focuses on several main indicators of speech that could classify what you say as hate speech. In the new religions of the world, this subjective phrase has been used as blasphemy was used in the older religions. Essentially, if your feelings are hurt, it’s hate speech. Therefore, you are wrong because it’s hate speech. This is further promoted by criticizing ideas is equal to criticizing the person presenting them.