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"Chatroulette" was not made as a movie; it was first used as an internet message board. I would assume that this was because it was so well executed, and it was something that the users of the chatboard found very intriguing.
In a way Chatroulette is a sort of online pornography. It is a way for a user to get into another user's personal information and then use that information against them. The fact that the information could be used against them in this manner is what makes it such a concern.
In the movie Chatroulette the "Nazi" group chats about how to commit crimes, using the information they have gathered. This is exactly what the chatroulette Nazi's plan was. In the movie itself they were planning to do something violent; one of them even says "one more Jew and I'm outta here!" This is just the start of the plot, and the end of the movie showed that the group did commit their crimes.
In addition to the plot of the movie Chatroulette, the use of language used in the film was also considered disturbing and inflammatory. The language and imagery used in the movie were offensive to many people and there was a strong debate as to whether or not it was indeed "hate speech."
Now this doesn't mean that Chatroulette was somehow a bad thing; it was just being used in a way that some people didn't like. The thing that I find most problematic about the movie and the use of similar imagery is that the chat group used their knowledge of the Internet to gather this information about Jews. This wasn't just someone sitting in their basement gathering information on Jews; they were using resources from the Internet to carry out their evil intentions.
Now then, if you want to say that the Internet is a great resource for this sort of information; fine. But at the same time you have to realize that we can't allow people to get away with hate speech on the Internet and get away with it because they can easily get a site shut down or have their account terminated.
Many people argue that because a large portion of the Internet is open to the public, that we should allow this kind of material to remain on the Internet. However, when a hate group decides to take this type of action and use the power of the Internet to do harm; there must be some form of retribution taken. Not allowing them to spread their hateful messages is the only way to prevent them from using the power of the Internet to continue this kind of thing.
I personally would have preferred to see the "chatroulette nazi" group being taken out into the streets to show what they are really all about. I feel that this would have been a better approach than letting the hate continue to run riot on the Internet.
I also think that the fact that the Chatroulette Nazi group was trying to draw attention to how Jews live their lives in the United States was rather pathetic, and they did this in a rather small way. They might as well have called themselves "Hitler fans." It's one thing to be a fan of someone, but to come out with hate speech and attempt to incite violence in a community that you are not from is not only wrong; it is disgusting.
In addition, I don't understand why the "chatroulette Nazi" group thought it was a good idea to come out and say that they were trying to defend the Jews. If they wanted to come out and tell the whole world that Jews are evil and that Jews use the Internet to control people, then maybe the only reaction they were getting was "good job!"
Why then would anyone want to hear hate speech from a group that is trying to make their point? I would rather listen to a group of terrorists tell the truth, rather than hear hate speech from some hate groups trying to promote their agenda?
When a terrorist group comes out with an anti-Semitism agenda, they only get more publicity; they do nothing to stop hating from taking place. I guess you can see where I'm coming from here. Please consider all this.