Often considerations about hate speech are based on old results. They are then either outdated, or urgently need newer research. Conspiracy theories are often a stylistic device of, let's say "unpleasant people". Here the work of Richard Hofstadter (the social darwinism guy) is almost always quoted, which is from 1966.
Therefore, I extraordinarily welcome the willingness to approach the topic anew, and to find new means against it.

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