July 14, 2016
The Jews will only stop crying about the holocaust once 6 million Germans are in jail. Just kidding – they’ll never stop.
We have the privilege of living in the free world. This means that unlike in China or Russia, we can do whatever we want and can say anything without fear.
Unless you say things on the internet the government doesn’t like, of course. In that case, you get arrested.
Police in 14 German states reportedly conducted raids on 60 individuals in an attempt to root out the sources of anti-Semitic and other hate postings on the internet.
The raids on Wednesday marked the first time that Germany has conducted a nationwide hunt for internet hate purveyors, according to German Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière, who said he hoped the operations would send a strong message that criminals cannot hide from the law in the seemingly anonymous internet.
Step aside, amateur. We internet shitposters are the true criminals.
According to German news reports, the raids followed months of observing one Facebook group that glorified National Socialism and broke German laws against promoting hate.
Suspects were accused of posting anti-Semitic, extremist and xenophobic messages, including denial of or relativizing the Holocaust, celebrating aspects of National Socialism and using Nazi symbolism, and calling for attacks on refugees and politicians. Evidence was seized at several locations.
Maizière said in a statement that hate speech paves the way for actual violence, thus the urgency of the crackdown.
In Germany, those who encourage violence based on religious or ethnic background can face up to three years in prison.
So… Saying you don’t like Moslems, for example, “paves the way” for violence against Moslems. And thus it’s basically encouraging violence against them. And that’s a three years sentence.
These Kikes will pay for their crimes!
While Germany is being overrun with Jihadists and serial rapists from the third world, the occupation government is ignoring them and instead spending all it’s resources tracking down native Germans who voice their frustration on Facebook.
Make no mistake, this operation is meant to instill fear in the hearts of Germans in order to quell dissent. In this sense, kidnapping these random people was an act of state-sponsored terrorism.
I’m disgusted. Whoever condemns these men to prison deserves hell.
But, in a sense, this is good news. It means the German occupation government is feeling like things are slipping out of their control, and public opinion is shifting rapidly outside of “safe” boundaries.
Their careless, arrogant handling of the migrant crisis will be their undoing.