Type: Adverb Phrase
Accepted meaning: A word or phrase that convey hatred toward a usually marginalized group that is beyond the pale.
Actual meaning: Any utterance which might challenge or question any potential ally of the cultural elites and/or their accepted order or desired goals.
Purpose of accepted meaning: To immediately discredit enemies who might ques
Results of said purpose: An excuse to turn the censorship of any speech which question the power or privileges of the cultural elites or their servants into a public virtue.
While there were once perfectly acceptable words or phrases to describe vulgar speech directed at others (such as “slur”, “racial epitaph” ,”vulgarity” or even “profane”) such words and phrases hey were too clear and specific to be manipulated by the left. By using the broad term “Hate Speech” once can censor any speech that one hates, usually speech that challenges a premise so ridiculous that one would not bet a prune danish on it.
Be wary of: Hiring people who constantly use this phrase, as a rule they are psychologically unable to handle adversity.