The only free speech Jews don’t like is that of neo-Nazis calling for the destruction of Jews. Other than that they are among the greatest supporters of free speech in the world and Israel is the most open, tolerant country in the Middle East, surrounded by Arab nations who are dedicated to its destruction. I’m not saying this for your benefit, my neo_nazi friend, only for those who might read the commentary section. There are also many Jews who support the rights of even neo-Nazis like yourself to speak your lunacy and will defend you in court.
When the proposed boycott of The Birth of a Nation failed to stir significant white opposition to the film in Los Angeles and New York City, the NAACP changed its tactics, arguing instead that the film’s most egregiously racist scenes must be excised from release prints. An April 17, 1915, letter from NAACP national secretary Mary Childs Nerney describes the NAACP’s efforts, largely in vain, to get local film censors to remove particularly racist scenes from The Birth of a Nation. The NAACP’s ongoing national campaign to censor the film had decidedly mixed results. Despite successes in Boston and Chicago in getting sympathetic officials placed on newly formed film censorship boards, by year’s end distributors could show The Birth of a Nation almost anywhere in the country (the exceptions included Kansas), though with several minor cuts in the film’s release print.
With the change announced today, those pets and other premium items can now be sold for in-game currency, a move that Black Desert's developers made because "there will always be players who, for whatever reason, do not get to experience all the features Black Desert offers, including Pearl Shop Items. Adding a mechanic that grants access to Pearl Shop items with in game currency will allow more players to enjoy such content." A seemingly large portion of the players don't see it as a benefit, however, with many arguing that this encourages players to spend real money in order to sell items and horde vast sums of silver, which is a crucial resource in Black Desert's economy.