27 May, 2010

Italy: Tell the Truth, Get Six Months in Jail

Posted by Socrates in Italy, jewed culture, Socrates, Zionism, Zionist lobby at 4:13 pm | Permanent Link

But what happens when you tell lies?

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  7. 6 Responses to “Italy: Tell the Truth, Get Six Months in Jail”

    1. Doug Says:

      If only whites had had laws against “instigating racial hatred” that could have been so broadly used against jews back in the 1930s-60s when they essentially did exactly the same thing against us as they now put us in jail for doing against them, which is pointing out the jewishness of the power structure, the exact same way they attacked the white power structure of our nation. They complain that every president has been white, but if we point out every major film studio or neo-con or communist is jewish they have their laws to protect against speech against them. Jews don’t fight fair. That’s the lesson for us.

    2. festerbestertester Says:

      You never hear the Jews saying anything about the NBA being largely Black do you?

    3. M. Kraus Says:

      But what happens when you tell lies?

      You win elections, and decide other people’s fate.

    4. Tim McGreen Says:

      Those European laws against “hate speech” are criminal, but at least for now the punishment seems to be rather light in most cases. No doubt that will eventually change, though, as the Jews are never satisified and can never be placated.

    5. Curious Says:

      On the other hand, Jewish power in Europe is waning due to the rise of Islam.

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      I hope you’re right about that, C. We can easily fight back against the Moslems, but the Jews are a lot more sneaky, a lot more insidious.