EU votes for total ban on organizations opposed to mass Muslim migration, thought police to be created

“The Parliament is concerned by the increasing normalisation of fascism, racism and xenophobia and calls on EU states to ban neo-fascist and neo-Nazi groups.” The problem with this is that the EU labels as “neo-fascist” and “neo-Nazi” all those who oppose their agenda of mass Muslim migration and want to preserve European states as free societies.

“MEPs argue, that there is a legal laxity towards ‘right-wing organisations’ in some member states and that this is one of the reasons behind the “rise in violent actions, affecting society as a whole and targeting particular minorities such as people of African descent, Jews, Muslims, Romas, non-EU nationals, LGBTI people and persons with disabilities.”

The MEPs are living in a fantasy world. The rise in violent actions against Jews is not because of “right-wing organizations.” It’s because of the Muslims they are bringing into the continent in large numbers, while moving increasingly to stifle and criminalize all dissent from their agenda.

“The European Parliament also wants member states to set up special police forces to combat so-called hate crimes and hate speech. And they want to bring even more action to counteract the spread of ‘fascism, racism and xenophobia’ through the internet, in cooperation with social media companies.”

Consider this in light of the European Court of Human Rights’ recent ruling that criticism of Muhammad is not free speech, and can be criminalized. These special police forces will be devoted to silencing all criticism of Islam and mass Muslim migration into Europe.

Europe is, of course, finished.

“EU targets the right and calls for total ban on ‘xenophopic’ [sic] organisations – Special ‘thought police’ to be created,” Voice of Europe, November 3, 2018:

The European Parliament recently voted for a ban on so-called neo-fascist and neo-Nazi groups in all EU member states. The resolution received 355 votes in favour and 90 against, and 39 abstentions.

“The Parliament is concerned by the increasing normalisation of fascism, racism and xenophobia and calls on EU states to ban neo-fascist and neo-Nazi groups”, the EU Parliament writes in a press release….

MEPs argue, that there is a legal laxity towards “right-wing organisations” in some member states and that this is one of the reasons behind the “rise in violent actions, affecting society as a whole and targeting particular minorities such as people of African descent, Jews, Muslims, Romas, non-EU nationals, LGBTI people and persons with disabilities”.

The European Parliament also wants member states to set up special police forces to combat so-called hate crimes and hate speech.

And they want to bring even more action to counteract the spread of “fascism, racism and xenophobia” through the internet, in cooperation with social media companies.

Communist, Islamic, and left-wing organisations are not included and will therefore be allowed. All European right-wing parties have been called xenophobes, racists, extremists, fascists or Nazis by the mainstream media.

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