Saturday, September 20, 2014

Anti-Racist Bill Criminalizes Ideas, Not Actions



One of the most disturbing political developments in Greece, after the illegal detention and conspiracy against elected parliament members, is the new “anti-racist law”. This unconstitutional abomination suspends the guaranteed right of free expression of Greeks, utilizing purposely vague language so that the law can be applied depending on who the current dictatorship in Greece wants to silence.




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The omissions and inconsistencies are vast. For example, the arbitrary criminalization of “Holocaust denial” is penalized, yet not a word of the numerous individuals sitting in positions of power over Greeks who insist that there was never a Greek or Armenian genocide.  The law makes clear that directly criticizing immigration is “racist”, but incitement to hatred by Turkish, EU, or Zionist backed interests against Greeks (as has been seen in numerous mainstream media publications around Europe since the start of the Greek crisis) will most likely never be prosecuted either.    
The public opinion in Greece since the infancy of this bill has been that it holds absolutely not sense, but the government does not care and instead is seeking to assert its loyalty to foreign centers of power, who fearing for their interests, demand and require the destruction of Golden Dawn, the only political movement in Greece they cannot buy and will always stand up for Greeks first.
All of the charades about “racism” invoked by this new law are motivated by specific political orders from alien interests. The Greek government is specifically targeting Golden Dawn because it is an electoral threat.  Key concepts outlined by the piece of legislation do not specify what they mean by “incitement to discrimination” or “hate speech”. The reason for this vagueness is because the establishment wishes to grant immunity to those, especially but not exclusively on the Left, who openly proclaim hatred for Greece and Greeks, while simultaneously punishing any political discourse against illegal immigrant-an issue that resonates with the vast majority of citizens.
The best spoof here is that the establishment Left and Right who approved of this law have been incessantly talking about how it “appeals to everyone”. In truth, it only appeals to everyone who created and voted for the law, as it provides numerous safeguards for all of them, while giving them another tool to use to silence the voice they do not want to reach the ears of the Greek people: Golden Dawn.
The general and age-old Greek rule, as proven by history, is that anything the Turkish state supports is generally bad for Greece. Not surprising that Turkey, who is backing extremists and secessionists in Thrace, officially congratulated the Samaras regime for passing this bogus law, and silently was glad that they and their supporters can continue to deny the Holocaust of Greeks and Armenians with impunity.
We eagerly anticipate to see how these nation-retarders will apply this reckless, totalitarian, and unconstitutional law. Will they begin by burning all copies of the 1965 film “Oyranokatebatos”,    which contains the satirical and ‘racist’ George Zambetas song “The Nigger”.