Germany bans my blog
I write controversial things on my blog, many of them unpopular (until they happen) because I write about the future and the future is always different then we think it should be. My blog exists because in the United States, under our constitution, doing crazy shit like the Germans are doing – cannot happen.
Don’t the Germans remember Hitler? The government must not be allowed to restrict speech, particularly not to protect an unpopular decision to allow Islamic refugees to flood into an unprepared Germany – this is politics, just naked politics dressed up as protection for a minority, a minority murdering and raping native Germans left and right. Questioning whether Islamic terrorists are a threat to their life and their way of life, is not hate speech, it’s self-survival.
Shame on any German person who reports such a “crime” like writing this blog — and shame on any police-person who enforces it. If Germans hadn’t been willing to load Jews onto the trains, they won’t have died. What will these idiots do when a Muslim wants to write about abuse in the Muslim community? Will he be abusing his own civil rights to simply write the truth? It is impossible to improve the civil rights of any minority group within a majority group, by restricting the civil rights of one group versus the other.
This will backfire badly on Merkel and Germany and cause more hate speech, more violence and this move, in combo with her other immigration positions and stupidity, will cause her (Merkel) eventual downfall.
She doubled down on this insane refugee policy and now that has also backfired badly, so I guess using the law to stop dissent is the only option left, because the Muslim/Islamic refugees are not going to stop raping and killing, that is for certain.
Germany passes law against online hate speech
BERLIN (AP) — German lawmakers approved a bill on Friday aimed at cracking down on hate speech on social networks, which critics say could have drastic consequences for free speech online. The measure approved is designed to enforce the country’s existing limits on speech, including the long-standing ban on Holocaust denial. Among other things, it would fine social networking sites up to 50 million euros ($56 million) if they persistently fail to remove illegal content within a week, including defamatory “fake news.”