On the criminalization of offensive language in private conversation (aka the ‘Sterling’ effect) through the eyes of a Nigerian

I believe that in Nigeria, we are lucky not to have the politics of the ‘other’, a situation that implies the complete objectification of another group to help to get the primary group to a mental state that will permit the oppression of the ‘other’ without moral repugnance. Continue reading “On the criminalization of offensive language in private conversation (aka the ‘Sterling’ effect) through the eyes of a Nigerian”

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