It's interesting that wrong doing is regarded as acts of malice or hate, negligence, ignorance etc, the first two being the most serious causes for crime. Hate crime is probably the worst type, as well as sexual crimes, although it's a close call. None of these things are excusable when in open conversation.
The effects of charged wording upon individual readers differ a great deal. For one person, a smile and a joke, for another, a poke and a stab at a fragile self esteem.
When making an effort to pacify turbulent social situations, it is important to remember that respect for all people is rule number one. Piss taking, mockery, or just plain name calling, will only provide energy to keep the divide open. In order to work effectively as a global union of beings, in order to become a peaceful people, we must all work together. When hatred and anger is prominent, it makes it impossible to create working partnerships with those of us who stand on opposite sides of the water.
Stances, positions on the map of humanity, points of view - none of these things matter to what is good for us.
What does matter is action, what we do with our beliefs. It is possible to have a person who feels very nationalistic or business minded, and so on, to be good natured, as it is possible for a person who feels very community orientated, socially active, etc. to be very bad natured. Only by the actions of individuals can we determine whether they are fit for society, and even when they are seen to be unfit, the way we describe it needs to be accurate and to the point.
Negative phrasing can easily be misinterpreted as a verbal assault, or a reason to avoid the conversation. When a person displays vitriol towards a thing or situation, this perspective is taken in by all who witness it. This then in turn creates thought patterns with charged emotive power within individuals, individuals who we have no idea how they think.
Adding negative emotive phrasing to a persons internal landscape only serves to harm their ability to think for themselves.
They are more likely pre-determined to judge future situations by the energy they felt in the previous context. This is why proper informative writing is written without emotive quality, and when art requires, the emotive quality is added in a professional and balanced way, with skill and precision.
To speak openly and emotively about a thing is of course our right to do, in our own space, and I also use this right of mine within good reason. However, I do not like the use of name calling, suggestion of stupidity, or generalising negative associations with particular groups, however exotic they may seem to me.