Tuesday, December 9, 2008

The velvet glove around the iron fist becomes a little thinner in Europe

So, it will now be a real crime to say anything "racist" in the EU. Seeing as how the EU gets to decide what is and is not "racist", and seeing as how EU representatives have outright stated that anti-white statements are not racist, we can be pretty sure who the EU is targeting with this law: white Europeans who aren't happy about the massive influx of nonwhites into their countries over the past 20 years. This would be like making lynching a crime in the South 100 years ago, but then declaring that when whites hang blacks it isn't really "lynching".
"Anti-racism will be to the 21st century what Communism was to the 20th," philosopher Alain Finkielkraut had warned us. We are now taking giant strides in this direction.
Europe will be a Muslim continent in 50 years (if current birth rates and immigration policies hold), Muslim immigrants in Europe commit a disproportionate amount of crime, and millions of native Europeans don't like either of these facts (if they're allowed to pay any attention to them at all by the puppet theater European media), yet bringing any attention to these facts whatsoever will now land you in jail for 3 years. As bad as America is, it's worlds better than the tyranny across the pond. For now, anyway. In four years though ...? (I shouldn't exaggerate. Even Obama and his screaming hordes can't do that much damage in four years. I hope.)

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