- and ban any "defamatory comments" of the following kind.
racism, colour bias, ethnic discrimination, religious intolerance, totalitarian ideologies, xenophobia, anti-Semitism, anti-feminism and homophobia
- Governments MUST "Take concrete action to combat intolerance, in particular with a view to eliminating racism, colour bias, ethnic discrimination, religious intolerance, totalitarian ideologies, xenophobia, anti-Semitism, anti-feminism and homophobia."
- Governments MUST give special privileges to underprivileged genders, races, sexual orientations, etc.: "The special protection afforded to members of vulnerable and disadvantaged groups may imply a preferential treatment. Strictly speaking, this preferential treatment goes beyond mere respect and acceptance lying at the root of tolerance "
The texts quoted and highlighted above are from the EU (Europan Union) document itself. I kid you not.
Political correctness dominates the United Nations and the European Union. Hate speech laws went down the slippery slope from outlawing incitement of violence and lynching to hampering discussion and even academic research about race and iq, domestic violence, wage gap, immigration law.
We at Human-Stupidity bemoan that Men’s Right’s Activists and Race Realists do not embrace each other and see that they face the same problems: Gender Quotas, Race Quotas, "reverse discrimination", Hate Speech Laws, and systematic privileges for women, colored races, immigrants and non-native religions.
EU to ban anti-feminist speech continues >>
The EU’s latest document is a called: “The European framework national statute for the promotion of tolerance” which is a document elaborated with a view to being enacted by the legislatures of all the 28 unfortunate nations that are members of this club.
What’s wrong with “promotion of tolerance” one might ask. As you will see in the following lines, “promotion of tolerance” means something entirely different than what it means to reasonable people. And basically the entire document looks more like a statue of the Thought Police and the Ministry of Truth.
In the Section 1 of the document, the EU defines its terms. So terms like “hate crime”, “group” and “tolerance” are being introduced. Of particular interest is the EU’s definition of “group libel”:
“Group libel” means: defamatory comments made in public and aimed against a group as defined in paragraph (a) – or members thereof – with a view to inciting to violence, slandering the group, holding it to ridicule or subjecting it to false charges.
As we will soon see, feminists are also de facto part of the “group” notion – so holding feminists to ridicule, as they deserve, will now be a crime.
- Defending George Zimmerman‘s right to fight for his life and to shoot thuggish Trayvon Martin 2 ,3 will be a crime too. If you are a MRA and irritated about our "racism", read the links in this paragraph, plus research about race and iq and crime.
We know this from the Section 2e of the document which says:
The purpose of this Statute is to: […]
e) Take concrete action to combat intolerance, in particular with a view to eliminating racism, colour bias, ethnic discrimination, religious intolerance, totalitarian ideologies, xenophobia, anti-Semitism, anti-feminism and homophobia.
Yes, you read it correctly. The European Union is dedicating an entire law to force the governments of 28 nations to take concrete action to combat anti-feminism. The other elements of the list should also be looked with suspicion despite the fact that they seem well-intended. For instance, campaigning against male circumcision can bring you criminal charges of “Islamophobia” under this law.
Again, the same applies to people who publish criminal statistics about blacks, who think that low IQ, high crime populations should not invited to come into their land to live on welfare
And if this amount of feminist privilege isn’t enough, here’s some more. The Section 6 of the document, dealing with implementation explicitly tells us that the State must make female privilege the rule of the land. The section 6a reads:
To ensure implementation of this Statute, the Government shall:[…]
a) Be responsible for the special protection of vulnerable and disadvantaged groups.
(i) Members of vulnerable and disadvantaged groups are entitled to a special protection, additional to the general protection that has to be provided by the Government to every person within the State.
(ii) The special protection afforded to members of vulnerable and disadvantaged groups may imply a preferential treatment. Strictly speaking, this preferential treatment goes beyond mere respect and acceptance lying at the root of tolerance (…). Still, the present provision is justified by the linkage between historical intolerance and vulnerability.
Does this kind of rhetoric sounds familiar? Because it sure does to the World War II veterans who fought for the freedom and the independence of several European nations in order for now to be told that they are privileged
- It is just mindboggling. 28 nations obliged to engage in "positive" discrimination, repression of speech
It is an act of extreme naïveté to think that this provision will not be used to advance the cause of the long march through institutions of feminism and its connected ideologies. The EU makes it perfectly clear that this is the case. Section 6b reads:
Without prejudice to existing control mechanism, set up a special administrative unit in order to supervise the implementation of this Statute.[…]
ii) The special administrative unit should preferably operate within the Ministry of Justice (although the Ministry of the Interior is another reasonable possibility).
It is a chance of one in 30 billion for such a body not to be lead by a politically correct ideologue. Also, the Ministries of the Interior are the ones managing the secret services in most (if not all) European nations. In Sweden there have already been reports of the FRA (the Sweden’s NSA) closely supervising Fathers’ Rights Activists in a STASI-like manner. What makes you think that this might not come to your country next if this law is passed?
Section 7 deals with penal sanctions and basically opens the door to criminal charges and arrests for people who dare to disagree with the politically correct ideologues that run the European Union. Section 7a reads:
The following acts will be regarded as criminal offences punishable as aggravated crimes:
(i) Hate crimes (…)
(ii) Incitement to violence against a group(…)
(iii) Group libel as defined in Section 1(b).
(iv) Overt approval of a totalitarian ideology, xenophobia or anti-Semitism.
(v) Public approval or denial of the Holocaust.
(vi) Public approval or denial of any other act of genocide the existence of which has been determined by an international criminal court or tribunal
- These aggravated criminals certainly include
- the Turkish Government, and most of the Turkish Nations for denying the Armenian genocide,
- any US American approving of the genocide of the native Red Indians,
- and most likely even religious people defending genocides of entire cities upon orders of the Almighty God, according to the Holy Bible.
So, basically, ridiculing feminism shall be regarded as a criminal offence punishable as aggravated crime. This is exactly how the Criminal Code of Romania looked like during the Marxist-Leninist dictatorship. In the 1950s, one could get up to 10 years of imprisonment for speaking against “the social order.” The social order was Stalinism back then. Now it’s Marxism-Feminism. The differences between them are becoming increasingly harder to notice. [EU to ban anti-feminist speech]
- We need a lot of Davids to fight against the Goliaths, these super-national powers of United Nations and European Community. Oh, I probably already engaged in the aggravated crime, Group libel