Europe has taken another step down the road to total slavery and subservience to the Jews. According to the prestigious Financial Times of London, "Laws that make denying or trivialising the Holocaust a criminal offence punishable by jail sentences will be introduced across the European Union, according to a proposal expected to win backing from ministers Thursday. Offenders will face up to three years in jail under the proposed legislation, which will also apply to inciting violence against ethnic, religious or national groups."
"Trivialising" the so-called Holocaust, or should I say "trivializing" to give the word its American spelling? That's now a criminal offense? What the devil does that mean? Who defines what constitutes "trivializing" the Holocaust? (Don't bother to answer that. I guess we know who defines it.)
The Financial Times goes on: "Diplomats in Brussels voiced confidence on Tuesday that the controversial plan, which has been the subject of heated debate for six years, will be endorsed by member states. However, the Baltic countries and Poland are still holding out for an inclusion of Stalinist crimes alongside the Holocaust in the text – a move that is being resisted by the majority of other EU countries."
So, in other words, you could be arrested for denying so-called atrocities that never occurred, but not for denying real historical atrocities that actually did occur?
The Financial Times continues: "The latest draft, seen by the Financial Times, will make it mandatory for all Union member states to punish public incitement to violence or hatred directed against a group of persons or a member of such a group defined by reference to race, colour, religion, descent or national or ethnic origin." (Define "incitement to hatred," please.) They will also have to criminalise publicly condoning, denying or grossly trivialising crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes when such statements incite hatred or violence against minorities...Diplomats stressed the provision had been carefully worded to include only denial of the Holocaust - the Nazi mass murder of Jews during the second world war - and the genocide in Rwanda in 1994."
Oh, okay, so now blacks have equal Victim Status alongside Jews? Wonder how the Jews feel about that? Some aren't so lucky, though, like the poor Armenians. According to the Financial Times, "In an attempt to assuage Turkish fears, several EU diplomats said the provisions would not penalise the denial of mass killing of Armenians by Ottoman troops in the aftermath of the 1915 collapse of the Ottoman empire. Turkey strongly rejects claims that this episode amounted to genocide."
Okay, so let me get this straight: if you deny the so-called Jewish Holocaust of World War Two, which did not occur, you go to prison. If you deny the fact that a lot of African monkoids chopped each other up with machetes in 1994, you to prison. (Why would anyone want to deny it? Who cares?)
But if you deny that Joseph Stalin murdered forty million human beings, you get a pass. (Much to the relief of left-wing academics in Europe and America, no doubt.) And if you deny that a lot of people were killed on both sides during the Turkish-Armenian war of 1915, you get a pass, at least if you're a Turk.
But what if a European chooses to deny the Armenian "Holocaust?" Does he get the same pass as a Turk? What is some historian denies the atrocities committed by Napoleon during the early 19th Century or the mass murder of White farmers in Rhodesia? What if a European writes an article claiming that Genghis Khan wasn't such a bad guy after all, or trying to prove that no British civilians were massacred during the 1857 Sepoy Mutiny in India? This law seems to leave so much untouched...
Here it is, simply put: the Jews are godlike, immune from any criticism of any kind, and so are blacks. Everybody else is still fair game until they find some way to use democracy to further restrict what their fellow citizens can say and think and believe.
That about cover it?