This is a story that is reminiscent of the time Sweden banned a gay right’s parade through a Muslim majority area, because it “might offend the Muslims”. A Dutch watchdog has made a decision that it’s perfectly OK for Muslims to call for the violent and brutal murder of gay people, because they have freedom of religion and that is their religious belief. It’s completely mind blowing to me that they’re still trying to pretend this multicultural experiment has been anything less than a complete disaster for the indigenous populations, because only the most clueless of people out there must still be buying into the lies.
FURIOUS Dutch MPs have demanded an immediate public inquiry after a government-backed watchdog said it was acceptable for Muslims to send gay people death threats.
Honestly, it’s a really bad sign that it has gotten to the point were things like this don’t shock me anymore. It’s so completely obvious at this point that all of our governments in the Western world are actively attempting to commit genocide against us and have us replaced by Muslims, that I’m really not surprised that they allow this. They’ll go on about how much they care about gay rights, but if the choice is between protecting the lives of homosexuals and appeasing Muslims, they’ll support the Muslims every time, no matter what.
In a shocking move, the taxpayer-funded hotline said it would not pursue a criminal complaint over horrific messages from radical Islamists because the Koran says gay people can be killed.
Oh well that’s fair enough then. Because a book written 1400 years ago by a desert warlord, whose followers have been trying to conquer and enslave us ever since, says it’s OK for gay people to be killed, I guess that means it’s OK for gay people to be killed.
The disgraceful stance came to light when a member of the public complained about death threats posted to an online forum which called for homosexuals to be “burned, decapitated and slaughtered”.
Wow, what a hate filled Islamophobe, that person must be. How could anyone possibly take offence to comments like that, when it has already been established, that the Koran says this is OK?
Dutch MPs today reacted with horror to the revelations, demanding an immediate inquiry into the remarks and calling for the hotline to be stripped of public funding.
According to Dutch media advisors from the anti-discrimination bureau MiND said that, while homophobic abuse was usually a crime, it was justifiable if you were Muslim due to laws on freedom of religious expression.
Does that mean extremist Christians who also oppose homosexuality will be free to call for the death of gay people because of their “religious freedom”?
Yeah… we already know the answer to that question.
They argued that the Koran says it is acceptable to kill people for being homosexual, and so death threats towards gay people from Muslims could not be discriminatory.
In a jaw-dropping email explaining why they could not take up the complaint, they wrote: “The remarks must be seen in the context of religious beliefs in Islam, which juridically takes away the insulting character.”
I know I said before that nothing surprises me anymore, but that doesn’t mean that I’m able to actually understand this. I really can’t comprehend the mental gymnastics that has to be done to think this way and to believe that it makes sense.
They concluded that the remarks were made in “the context of a public debate about how to interpret the Quran” and added that “some Muslims understand from the Quran that gays should be killed”.
WHY WOULD YOU LET PEOPLE LIKE THIS INTO YOUR FUCKING COUNTRY? WHAT BENEFIT IS THERE IN HAVING PEOPLE LIKE THIS IN EUROPE?
And they went on: “In the context of religious expression that exists in the Netherlands there is a large degree of freedom of expression. In addition, the expressions are used in the context of the public debate (how to interpret the Koran), which also removes the offending character.”
The death threats had been made in the comments section for an article about a Dutch-Moroccan gay society, which had been posted to an online platform for Holland’s large Moroccan community.
The revelation that they were so easily brushed aside by the anti-discrimination hotline will fuel an intense debate in the Netherlands over freedom of expression.
Personally, I’m very much in favour of freedom of speech. I think unless a direct threat is made (ie., at a specific person, or laying out a specific plan to make an attack), people shouldn’t be arrested for saying offensive things. However, if they have laws like this in place anyway, then everybody should be equal under them. It isn’t right that a Muslim person can make a statement that “gay people should all be killed”, but if a non-Muslim, Dutch person said the same thing, they would be arrested for it. Fair’s fair.
Far-right politician Geert Wilders, whose party is expected to win next spring’s general election, is currently on trial for inciting racial hatred after telling a rally there were “too many Moroccans” in the Netherlands.
Muslim says gay people should be killed. Perfectly acceptable.
Dutch politician says there too many members of an alien group in the country. Hate speech.
Does this make any sense?
And two right-wing MPs, Joram van Klaveren and Louis Bontes, have now announced their intention to bring up the incident in the Dutch parliament by asking questions of the Justice Minister.
Good. Put him on the spot and force him to try to defend this insanity, thus exposing himself as a traitor.
The pair argued that public prosecutors must be permitted to take up cases of homophobic abuse, especially where it concerns threats of violence, no matter who is making the discriminatory remarks.
As I said, fair’s fair. Why should Muslims be immune from certain laws?
Mr Van Klaveren will ask: “Do you share our disgust at the fact that this explicitly states that inciting violence is not a problem if it comes from the Islamic belief?”
A spokesman for the MiND hotline admitted that after “further research” of the issue it had concluded that the complaint had been “unjustly assessed”.
Translation: “We didn’t expect anybody to call us out on this, but now that they are, we have to make it look as if it was just a silly mistake, rather than a deliberate decision”.
He added that when the complaint involved calling for violence against a particular group, the beliefs of the person making the threats should not matter.
No, they really shouldn’t.