Sunday, December 7, 2008

EU further takes steps towards censorship of thought and expression

The Ministry Of Truth Has Spoken!

Jacquis Barrot, the Eurocrat Commissioner of Justice, Freedom and Security within the EU executive body assaults Freedom of Expression overruling already existing national laws of Freedom of Expression - It sounds truly Orwellian, mzasures to do the exact opposite, curbing of freedom of thought and expression by a 'Commissioner of Justice, Freedom and Security', a sinister resemblance from what once enslaved millions - Comrade and Commisariat Barrot of the Ministry of Truth, Justice and Freedom of the EUSSR has spoken on behalf of the masses promising further measures to quelch dissent and thinking outside the framework approved by the Ministry of Truth.

The new set of laws are construed in such a way as to suppress any criticism of the social engineering project and deplacement of the masses in order to eliminate national cohesion and identity which is necessary for 'the common good', any resistance of the social engineering project of the EUSSR can now be punished with between 1 and 3 years of prison, together with the EUSSR's EAW, European Arrest Warrent, any person have to be extra-dicted withing 10 days from any member state if another member state or the Supreme 'Commisariat' in Brussels decides a thought crime have been permitted.

Moreover, with thought crimes the accused suspect is guilty and have to prove innocence which is convenient for the persecutor, the EUSSR which decides on which grounds a thought crime is committed.
Together with the UN's antisemitic hatefest and demands for further restrictions of speech and thinking the Durban II conference which will be held next year, of course, who can imagine otherwise, that the EUSSR will join such a hatefest as eager as a two years old child's eagerness to get an ice-cone.

Sarcasm aside, unfortunately a reality check isn't any different.

From European Jewish Press

Commissioner applauds adoption of EU-wide framework to combat racism and xenophobia

BRUSSELS (EJP)—“Racism and xenophobia have no place in Europe. Nor should it in any other part of the world. Dialogue and understanding should overcome hatred and provocation,” said Jacques Barrot, Vice-President of the European Commission.

Barrot, who is in charge of justice, freedom and security within the EU executive body, welcomed the recent adoption by the EU Council of Justice and Interior Ministers of the so-called 'Framework Decision' on combating racism and xenophobia, seven years after it had first been presented by the European Commission.

“I warmly welcome the introduction of severe and effective sanctions against racism and xenophobia that are direct violations of the principles of liberty, democracy, respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms and the rule of law, principles upon which the European Union is founded and which are common to the Member State,” Barrot stated.
The Framework Decision is considered as an important tool for sanctioning on the EU level racist and xenophobic crimes.

EU member states will have two years to introduce severe and effective sanctions of at least between 1 and 3 years of imprisonment against those who intentionally publicly incite to violence or hatred by dissemination or distribution of tracts, pictures or other material, directed against persons defined by reference to race, colour, religion, descent or national or ethnic origin.

Similar sanctions will apply to those who publicly condone, deny or grossly trivialise crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes as defined in the statute of the International Criminal Court and crimes defined by the Tribunal of Nüremberg

But EU ministers stopped short of specifically outlawing Holocaust denial.

Germany, which chaired the EU in the first half of 2007 had pushed hard for a blanket ban on Holocaust denial as a moral obligation because of its Nazi past, but the bid has consistently fallen foul of free speech concerns.

Countries like Britain, Ireland and the Scandinavian states resisted over the years unified legislation as a violation of civil liberties.

According to a report of the European Network Against Racism (ENAR), extremism and racism are on the rise throughout Europe and racist political discourse is increasingly common in mainstream European politics.

Data collected show that there is "evidence of public acceptance of racist crime and mistreatment of ethnic and religious minorities, including within the police and other relevant authorities".

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