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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » And the Lights of EUnuchistan Continue to Go Out.

LC & IB Sig94 has a post about what passes for “Freedom of Speech” in Belgium, more specifically how the Belgian police while away the idle hours NOT spent arresting “youths” (of indeterminate ethno-cultural extraction) that beat locals using public transportation to death.

How, you ask?

By dragging citizens who dare mention such crimes in for “interrogation” regarding “racist hate speech”, of course.

As Sig94 observes, but do go read the whole thing:

I guess the “hate” speech the Belgium cops want to check out is that they “hate” to be shown up as incompetent. Public officials can no longer guarantee the safety of any Belgium citizen. So in a flash of sheer genius, the cops now quiet all public fears of violence by simply locking up anyone who says they aren’t safe! Brilliant!

Would the last one to leave the festering sore known as the Grand EUrinal please turn out the lights?

16 Responses to “And the Lights of EUnuchistan Continue to Go Out.”
  1. Panzermann403 Comment by Panzermann403

    And what would be the solution to this problem plaguing every major city in Europe ? Something that the American Foundin Fathers realized as early as 1787.

    Let your citizens keep and bear arms.

    Period. It’s just as easy as that.

    None of that pre-puberty idiots would have attacked the conductor if the Brussels Transportation Company would have made it clear that it endorses its employees to carry their legal, concealed arms to work.

    Nobody would attack a granny or her grandchild in a subway train if he had to suspect her to pack a nice Heckler&Koch P7 and put two in his chest and one in his face if he tried anything stupid.

    An armed people is a polite people. Europeans might have to learn this lesson in the face of these hideous attacks.

  2. Deathknyte Comment by Deathknyte

    And the lefties leadership wants us to be more like europe.

    No thanks, I’m fine.

  3. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    You know, I read this last night and thought, “just how crazy is this?“…

    Then I realized that actions by gutless, thoughtless Euro-Weasels shouldn’t come as a suprise anymore…

    The EU bureaucrats are at home in Brussels…

    I mean look at all the other silly crap the Euro-Weasels buy into…

    31/01/2005 - Tackling the Global Warming Impact of Aviation , Brussels

    EU Commission Proposes Tougher Rules on Firearms

    Brussels Prosecutes Aramaic Priest and Fugitive for Islamophobia

  4. Unregistered Comment by LC Xealot UNITED STATES

    Even European “leaders” realize that too much direct censoring of free speech and political thought could result in their removal. Some remnants of democracy and republican thought still exist in Europe…

    This article simply proves that Europe has found a more efficient, less risky solution to forced socialism. Indoctrination is the name of the game.

    If you can’t force everyone to agree with you, then indoctrinate their children so the next generations moves to the beat of the Jackboots.

    So of course the government(s) of Europe and the UN are against homeschooling or any form of education which does not adequately indoctrinate the next generation. In fact this sort of rhetoric sounds awfully familiar… it sounds like Russia circa 1917…

  5. Wishbone Comment by Wishbone UNITED KINGDOM

    I’d always wondered if our leaders were out to lunch when they handed out common sense in my country. The fact that we (in Britain) have no constitutional or legal right to bear arms is a crime of neglect in itself. Not three weeks ago, I was waiting for traffic to pass at a junction and the driver behind starts hammering his horn. I ignored the twit so he pulls round me an there are four smelly and unshaven troglodytes snarling at me and bitching about why I hadn’t pulled out yet. I told them straight, I’ll pull out when I’M ready. Then one of them pulls out a revolver and starts telling how he’s going to “Shoot my car up” if I carried on disagreeing with him…..

    ……At which point they pissed off, probably feeling very manly about what they’d just done…..Especially considering that i had my seven year and seven month old daughters in the car with me

    When Sporting handguns were banned in Britain, “They” said that it would stop the criminals from aquiring them. Back then, we told them this was just a pipe dream and look at the statistics today. It reads like this: The rise in Gun and violent crime worse than ever and the trend is set to rise

    Of course, far be it from anyone to point out that we told them so. But then, we can always fall back on that most modern and British tool of self defense that we have been left with these days……The “strong letter to you local MP”

    I tell you this…..If not for the fact that it would be impractical with regard to my ongoing relationship with my girls, I’d shift lock, stock and barrel to the US. At least you boys and girls have a constitutional right to defend yourselves.

  6. Panzermann403 Comment by Panzermann403

    The fact that we (in Britain) have no constitutional or legal right to bear arms is a crime of neglect in itself.

    Wishbone, that is very true. And it holds true for every other European country, except some of the Eastern European ones. I have wondered for a very long time why this has happened.

    In my fatherland, we have virtually the same problems. Too much violent crime and complete disarmament of the population.

    But in Germany it has not always been that way. In the time of the 2nd Reich, between 1871 when Germany was first united and until the rise of Hitler, there was no restriction on civilian gun ownership. My parents still own a mail order catalogue from 1912. It sports a large selection of rifles, revolvers and some early pistols.

    What I want to say, government monopoly on effective weapons is no natural state. Nor is it a sensible one. It is merely imposed on us due to a certain political agenda. From my point of view it is a mixture of PC dreams, socialist ideals and the simple fear of an armed and politically aware population.

    But when the shit hits the fan, and it will sooner or later, the people will demand the right to arm and protect themselves. And once that demand is prevalent enough, it will prevail.

  7. L.C. Rowane Comment by L.C. Rowane UNITED STATES

    Always remember, a disarmed populace is a defenseless populace

    This is what the libtards want for us, here in America.

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  8. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Well we know the gutless, spineless Euro-Weasels tend to bend over backwards for the so called, “religion of pieces“…

    Note how these devout followers of the religion founded by the sociopathic pedophile Mohammed teach peace to their kids via the cartoon theme: VIEW HIZBULLAH “TERROR-INDOCRINATION” CARTOON FOR CHILDREN

    FYI the Israel Reporter notes that people are still moving to Israel: http://www.israelreporter.com/audionewslatest/IBA20jul06-12-30.mp3

  9. Kristopher Comment by Kristopher UNITED STATES

    The Eurotards are having a conceptual problem here.

    If islamatards are killing you, and the police arrest you for even complaining, then why obey the law?

    Go to eastern europe, buy a Krinkov, and just hose the islamatards down and walk away the next time they try to kill you.

    If the police are going to make you into a criminal, then you should try to enjoy the few benefits of outlawry.

  10. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Hey Kristopher
    I assume when you mention the Krinkov you are talking about one these lusty puppies, right?

    Yeah I think you have a point, in for a dime, in for a dollar…

  11. Kristopher Comment by Kristopher UNITED STATES

    That would be the bastardized US non-NFA version.
    This is what the real thing looks like.

  12. NCLivingBrit Comment by NCLivingBrit UNITED STATES

    When Sporting handguns were banned in Britain, “They” said that it would stop the criminals from aquiring them. Back then, we told them this was just a pipe dream and look at the statistics today. It reads like this: The rise in Gun and violent crime worse than ever and the trend is set to rise

    Wishbone, you need to come over here (here being North Carolina, USA) and fast. Not only am I, an immigrant allowed to buy, own and use firearms, but they are inexpensive and easily available with only the amount of Guvtard intervention we got back home for buying a kitchen knife.

    To all Americans reading this: Thank you once again, for having a country that half-way lets me defend me and mine.

  13. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Thanks Kristopher for the education on what the real deal is…

  14. Xystus Comment by Xystus

    Q. Why Belgium?

    A: To make France look better.

    Belgium: The land of the poltroon & the home of the slave.

    P.S.: G-d save the Queen–from her criminal-friendly government!

  15. rat patrol Comment by rat patrol UNITED STATES

    If Fwance is populated with FROGS, is Belgium populated with PHLEGMS ? (Flems, for those in Cambridge, Massholechusetts)

  16. aaron Comment by aaron UNITED STATES

    As you’re discussing the EU…

    I’m running a contest over at the Dead Pool. Which will be deadlier this summer, the IDF or French neglect of their geriatric parents and grandparents as they go on vacation?

    Chat it up.