Tuesday, June 24, 2008

The Iron Heel Is Coming

This one is pretty damned chilling. The Slow Coming Dark is descending, people, make no mistake.

TV 7's website reports: "A Louisiana teenager has been indicted on federal hate-crime and conspiracy charges after police say he drove past a crowd of civil rights protesters with two nooses hanging from the back of his pickup. Eighteen-year-old Jeremiah Munsen was arrested after the incident last September in Alexandria, Louisiana. The marchers had taken part in a demonstration on behalf of the so-called Jena Six, a-half dozen black high schoolers regarded as unfairly prosecuted in the beating of a white student. Munsen was initially booked on state charges of inciting a riot, driving while intoxicated and contributing to the delinquency of a 16 year-old boy who was riding with him in the pickup. Protest co-organizer Al Sharpton says he hopes the federal indictment means the Justice Department now takes 'hangman's nooses and hate crimes more seriously.'"

People, we need to understand what is going on here. It's official now: hatecrime no longer consists of any kind of act, however drunken or violent. Hatecrime now covers acts of symbolic speech and protest, the very kinds of speech that the Constitition was designed to protect.

Even the pretense that hatecrime involves an actual crime has now been dropped. No one has even suggested that this kid attacked anyone, threw anything out of the truck, or even was speeding. Unless you want to count the possibly bogus drunk driving rap, which may still be technically necessary for a hatecrime charge and may be disregarded. This boy is looking at years in federal prison for an act of political speech, for publicly mocking the mighty Al Sharpton. Years in federal prison for his thoughts.

What's next? What else will the government decide constitutes a hatecrime? Sending a donation to David Duke? Buying one of David Duke's books? Owning a Northwest independence novel? Posting to Stormfront or Truth Commission? Driving around with a Ron Paul for President sticker on your car?

It's coming, people. The total surveillance state and Big Brother (and I do mean Bruthuh) is coming.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does this mean all you have to do is put a noose on the back of someone's bumper, unbeknownst to them, and then wait for the fun to start?

If it gets to the point where police can stop you for anything and call it a hate crime, then unfortunately the war is on.

One of our greatest enemies, and one to which, sad to say, we can't show any mercy, will be the law officer who comes after us with the excuse "I'm only doing my job."

4:39 AM  
Anonymous Nicholas said...

During and prior to our FIRST revolution, the people would burn effegies of King George in the streets. Now, please tell me if we burned effegies of them HOW MUCH OF A HATE CRIME THAT WOULD BE. Of course, they will never ban ever ban I should say, the amandments, but just make them all impossible to be used.

Hail the Northwest American Republic, what we SHOULD of been, but didn't!

9:14 AM  
Anonymous Keith Frost said...

I heard about this some weeks back and I am glad to read that I am not the only one who's appalled by all of this, but can any of us say that we're truly surprised? Just give it a few more years and the white man who refuses to bow his head to a nigger will be guilty of a thought crime.

2:49 AM  
Anonymous Lee Jensen said...

Keith said it well. It will become hatecrime to not kiss a nigger or jew ass sufficiently--and only the nigger or jew can tell just what is sufficient.

The time to start moving to the NW is NOW--not "sometime." You don't want to be trapped somewhere in the NE or South when things get really bad. It's a long way to the NW from there.

9:10 AM  

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