Why should I? I don't know. As a member of the scientific community, which is, from cultural point of view, upper class, I have some traditional ideas about polite behavior, thus, even if I'm too angry to be really polite, I prefer some more subtle invections, like the "my friend" which seems quite popular here or so. But if people with another cultural background, and in another context, use these words, say, a gay meeting another one in a gaybar with "hey, old faggot", why should I care? And there will always be hate speech. Because people have feelings, among them hate. And they want to express their hate, and tell the people they hate that they hate them. If you forbid some forms of hate speech, other words will be used for the same hate speech. No reason. I'm brave enough to attack him openly. By naming his press propaganda press and his presstitutes liars. I have more sympathy for those who use such low level resistance against the Big Brother than for his faithful servants. A little bit only, the enemy of my enemy does not automatically become my friend. But essentially they fight the same fight: It is quite obvious that, in the long range, the fight against "hate speech" is a fight against me, my right to name their propagandists liars and presstitutes.