@chobeat I live "here", german nazism worked that way too, all misinformation comes from the fact that being loud and violent convince idiots and scare/hurt the others, it's not related to the USA.
Here we just usually agree free speech do not include hate speech, but it's not obvious to everyone even in europe
@CobaltVelvet free speech is not freedom to tell bullshit. That's something that is considered a given in Europe but not in the USA. Anyway, this fight against free speech is tipical of the recent evolution of the public discourse in the USA, but it's not really a thing in Europe, come on. The only people that care about it are just heavily influenced by american ideologies (in both directions), but they are alien to european political discourse.
@CobaltVelvet I mean, there are some, you are among them if you say you are from Europe, but still you speak like an American. Maybe this concern will gain ground in Europe too, but it's not yet the case outside of some minor small anarcho/liberal groups.
I don't like this subjection to americans, you know. We should fight imperialism, not help it.