November 22, 2013
I reported yesterday that the Croatian soccer player, Josip Šimunić, was under media attack for having expressed love for his country after the Croatian team qualified for the World Cup.
The defender has now been fined 3200 euros ($4635) by the Croatian public prosecutor for “spreading racial hatred,” even though no race or ethnic group was mentioned when Josip grabbed the mic and shouted “for the Homeland.” It is claimed that because this phrase was used during the by the Ustashas, the Croatian pro-Nazi regime that ruled during World War II, any use of it somehow amounts to “race hatred.”
FIFA says they are also considering punishing the player for using words.
The continued attacks on basic speech by the Jew-dominated governments of Europe is, in my opinion, a very good thing. It shows that the Jews are losing all touch with reality, and think they are capable of getting away with anything.
For every action there is a reaction, and the backlash against this degrading assault on basic human freedom will continue to intensify, as the peoples of Europe begin to wake up to the fact that they are being occupied and dominated by a hostile alien force.