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At what point am I inciting violence though? What is the hard line where it stops being a crapp opinion and becomes dangerous? How do you prove that I somehow incited violence? What is to stop someone from calling out any random person as pushing them to violence? Marilyn Manson was the scapegoat for Columibine even though the shooters didn't even listen to him (some people still insist its his fault). Do you think he would have gotten a fair shake in the emotionally charged aftermath? Again, how do you enforce this? Should I be jailed even though I did not order anyone to go out and commit violence? Do I share capital punishment? What does enforcing this and punishment look like? Because every scenario I can think of is disturbingly familiar to how many dictatorships handle dissenters.