25 June, 2017

First, There Were Hate ‘Crimes,’ Now, There Are Hate ‘Incidents’: Congress is Trying to Create Thought-Crime Laws

Posted by Socrates in 'hate', 'hate' crimes, 'hate' laws, federal government, federal laws, federal power, government mandates, government power, government tyranny, Orwell, Socrates, thought crime at 12:58 pm | Permanent Link

This joint resolution reads: Congress “calls on Federal law enforcement officials, working with State and local officials…to expeditiously investigate all credible reports of hate crimes and incidents and threats against minorities in the United States”[1].

It seems that no actual hate “crime” has to occur now: just saying bad things about Jews, Muslims and other minorities can be a “crime.” What exactly is the difference between a hate “crime” and a hate “incident”? Is an “incident” a crime, or not? This needs explaining. Also, America already has various federal “hate crime” laws [2]. Why are more of those laws needed? Furthermore, Whites are now a minority in California; will this law be used to protect the Whites who live there? (Nope!). Lastly, “hate crime” laws are unconstitutional, because they produce different punishments for the exact same crime.


More [Here].

[1] “Generally, there is no legal difference between a joint resolution and a bill” — Wikipedia

[2] some current federal “hate crime” laws are: the Civil Rights Act of 1968; the Violence Against Women Act; the Church Arson Prevention Act; the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act; the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act

  • 5 Responses to “First, There Were Hate ‘Crimes,’ Now, There Are Hate ‘Incidents’: Congress is Trying to Create Thought-Crime Laws”

    1. Emily Henderson Says:

      They had this as part of the Trans Pacific Partnership already, which was scrapped, but they will find a way, it’s only a matter of time. They can do it overtly or covertly-TPP was mostly regarding international business practices, ‘free’ trade, and Cyberlaw, but it had provisions against ”offensive speech” in it.

      It is illegal in many countries now to be ‘critical of religion’. If you want to say something about Christ Insanity–or the act of merely calling it that–you can be prosecuted. Same as the laws against ‘Holocaust denial’ in Germany.

      Hopefully Constitutionally protected free speech is something people value–and if one of these bills or ‘joint resolutions’ passes, I think the litigation in the U.S. would be interesting, as the First Amendment would come into conflict with any such bill, and the Constitution is still top dawg.

    2. fd Says:

      Hate crime is essentially thought crime. The criminals who run the courthouse tell the person charged what they were thinking at the time the so-called crime was committed.

    3. The Red Skull Says:

      Pretty Soon
      White Man
      It Will be. A Crime
      To Speak Out
      Against Your Dispossession Out of Your Own
      By Third World Scum
      That dont
      Or Think
      Like You
      They HATE YOU

    4. wulf Says:

      I can’t help but think the tighter they put a lid on us eventually we will explode in rage their faces. What I have found is like everyone here the more we speak up to everyone and anyone the easier it is and the clearer it becomes. I read Amazon and Google are working on their versions of Bitcoin. This would erode the remaining value of our Jewish controlled National money. Our governments will let Amazon trade in it freely and let it circulate in our economy without taxation because Amazon is Jewish like Uber and AirBnb.

    5. Lori Says:

      I just read NY passed a law that states parents go to jail if a child is bullying. I consider bullying to be normal within a logical range during a childhood. It should not be promoted but none the less I consider a lot of it to be normal growing and learning childhood experience. I have also read the US already has the highest incarceration rate on the planet. The US has further deteriorated in my lifetime and the mass incarceration clearly has not worked.