A little over two years ago, I wrote a post, that dealt with an article demanding that Ireland bring in “Hate Crime” legislation. I gave my thoughts on the topic then, and I am forced to do so yet again today, because the topic is back on the agenda.
Ireland has the highest rate of hate crime against people of African descent and transgender people in the EU.
No statistics or details on how this information was obtained are provided in this article whatsoever. We aren’t told how many so called “hate crimes” have occurred, what exactly constitutes a “hate crime”, nor are we told how this data was even collected or analysed. Feel free to read the rest of the article and see for yourself if you don’t believe me.
A new report also criticises the fact that hate crime is not recognised in Irish law.
And why should it be? A crime is a crime, and a victim is a victim. Lets say I was out one night and I decided to attack an innocent man just for fun. I severely injure him, and am rightfully convicted of assault, and get a 5 year prison sentence. Now lets imagine another scenario, were I’m out one night and I decide to attack an innocent gay man, just because he’s gay. I inflict the exact same injuries on him as I inflicted on the person in the first scenario, but this time I’m given a 10 year prison sentence, because of the added “hate” element to the crime. What is the actual justification for this? My crime is just as brutal in both cases, and my victim suffers just as much, so why should the sentence be any different?
South Park pointed out the stupidity of this concept years ago.
The Irish Council for Civil Liberties is calling for the urgent introduction of regulations in this area.
Another parasitic group that has to justify its own worthless existence. I wonder where they get their funding from.
For those who aren’t aware, the Open Society Foundation, is an organisation founded and run by the evil Demon, George Soros (whose subversive and destructive activities I’ve covered here.)
I’d also suggest watching this BPS video on Soros, if you haven’t already.
“This is an Irish report but it’s part of a wider European project which analyses how hate crime is reported and recorded across Europe,” said the council’s executive director, Liam Herrick.
Of course it’s European wide. All European countries need to desperately clamp down on all dissent against their genocidal policies against their native populations. People are starting to wake up to what is going on, and fight back. Their only response is not to listen to our grievances and work with us to resolve things, but to become ever more tyrannical and oppressive. They’re trying to sell this hate crime nonsense as a positive thing to protect vulnerable minorities, but that’s not what it’s about at all. It’s about treating the majorities as second class citizens and punishing us, if we dare to stand up for ourselves.
“What we find in the Irish study is that hate crime, which is not defined in Irish law, is not recorded or reported in a systematic fashion.
Again, I ask this question. “Why should it be?”
Minister for Justice, Charlie Flanagan welcomed the report.
Of course he did. Politicians love any excuse to increase the power and reach of the state.
“Hate motivation for crime results in vulnerable groups and individuals being targeted simply for who they are.
So does that mean you’ll be cracking down hard on anyone who has a problem with white people and commits crimes against them, specifically because they’re white?
Yeah don’t bother answering that, because I already know what your answer will be.
That is not acceptable to me or the Government, and I know that it is not acceptable to the Irish people.
You speak for yourself you fucking prick. I’m an Irish person, and you don’t speak for me. I find it perfectly acceptable that we treat victims of crimes equally, rather than giving special treatment to some and not to others.
“This report on hate crime is a hugely important piece of research,
Saying something is important, doesn’t make it important. Also as I mentioned before, this “important” report, is not provided in the article at all. We just have to trust in it, sight unseen.
and makes a series of recommendations on how our criminal justice system can do better in combatting hatred.
Yes a fantastic idea. Instead of combatting actual tangible crimes such as murders, rapes, vicious assaults etc., lets put resources into fighting the universally held emotion of “hatred” instead. What a fantastic idea to focus our attentions on.
“I am making arrangements for this report and its recommendations to be urgently examined by my Department, in consultation with all of the relevant agencies, including of course the Irish Council for Civil Liberties, with the aim of bringing forward proposals to address the findings of the report.”
And I can guarantee that what they will implement on the basis of the report, will be strict laws that give a harsher punishment to those who point out certain politically incorrect truths about the sources of certain crimes, rather than those who do the crimes themselves?
Don’t believe me? Just look at the likes of the UK, Sweden, or Germany, to see what is coming to Ireland, if this happens.