December 23, 2019
Only what Mama Merkel’s Jewish masters decide is free speech is actually free speech.
Everything else is just pure hatred, and pure hatred isn’t free speech.
It’s not even speech at all.
Angela Merkel’s government is preparing a new bill that will force Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to hand over data, including passwords, of those accused of engaging in “hate speech” online.
Minister of Justice Christine Lambrecht, a member of the Social Democrats (SPD), is preparing the bill, which will force service providers, email hosts, online retailers, and others to give the government the usernames, passwords, IP addresses, and more of suspects, MDR reports.
Christine Lambrecht is the lowest form of life on the planet – a fat, ugly childless woman.
I hate these creatures far more than I have ever hated any kike.
Lambrecht was slammed by many over the proposal, with Hamburg’s data protection officer Johannes Caspar calling it an attack on privacy.
“The fight against the ugly phenomena of right-wing extremism and hate crime apparently acts as a door opener for a comprehensive expansion of state control powers,” he warned.
If I were that guy, I’d start looking for another job (after he gets out of prison for indirect fascism, or whatever it is he’s gonna get sentenced for).
The German minister defended herself and the bill, claiming that the passwords and data would only be requested as part of a court order and only in serious cases.
“It is not a question of asking for passwords en masse, it is a completely wrong representation and not at all the point and purpose,” she said.
Some guy posting online is already not a serious case, at least if you’re a serious country, which Germany clearly isn’t.
Arguably, it’s not even a real country at all at this point, just some appendix of ZOG.
Germany already has one of the most draconian sets of laws concerning “hate” on social media, including approving legislation imposing fines of up to 50 million euros on social media companies who do not remove hate content in what the government considers a timely manner.
The German authorities are also known to engage in large-scale raids of citizens accused of spreading “hate speech” online, with a 2016 raid seeing 60 homes searched across 14 states.
If you think this won’t affect you if you don’t live in Germany, just remember that Ernst Zundel was convicted in Germany of a “crime” he committed in Canada – where said “crime” wasn’t even a “crime.”
His house was also firebombed, presumably by people who think symbolically burning books is a horrible thing
If you really are worried about free speech and stuff, the best things you could do are:
- Learn how to use TOR
- Learn how to use crypto, especially Bitcoin and Monero
- Donate to the Daily Stormer, because a few years from now there’ll only be a handful of sites on the internet that have any real free speech, and we’re very likely gonna be the only one that isn’t about hentai.