What about the language of Aquinas?
[quote=Aquinas]While the most grievous is the sin of bestiality, because use of the due species is not observed. Hence a gloss on Genesis 37:2, “He accused his brethren of a most wicked crime,” says that “they copulated with cattle.” After this comes the sin of sodomy, because use of the right sex is not observed.
I suspect if someone said that in Canada or in certain European nations, they would be charged with a crime. In Canada, I know, people have been brought before “human rights” tribunal for precisely this kind of thing.
In any event, your moderation of freedom of speech is disturbing in and of itself
Because, in the countries involved, it’s not just fun conspiracy theory to play around with, it’s propaganda by the very political groups responsible for the whole morass in the first place and Germans, in particular, tend to be rather touchy on the subject of Nazis and Nazi propaganda.
To the extent that Germany and other European nations and Canada and others restrict speech against the principle set forth in the 1st Amendment of the US Constitution, they have already become Nazi-esque and have engaged in the totalitarinism they are ostensibly seeking to prevent. You can’t become totalitarian to prevent totalitarianism. Are you German? I understand that Germans are sympathetic to their past judging from opinion polls which state that many Germans believe there were “good” elements in that past. That’s not surprising given the freedom of speech they do not honor.
I love European nations and enjoy German cuisine and shnitzel, but I really think you guys should take a second look and also look at our Constitution and see if there are not good values there you would want to incorporate into your own and into new EU law. I mean no disrespect towards Europeans and wish you all the best.