1984 is seemingly already in full-effect in the EU.
On Tuesday, Sussex police arrested 50 year-old Nigel Pelham; charged with eight counts of “publishing… written material intending to sir up religious hatred against Muslims”, it’s laughable to consider what he’s being punished for – it’s surreal! The “offensive” posts spanned between February 24 and November 16, 2015.
On that same day, German police raided the homes of 36 people accused of hateful postings over social media. Yes, the biggest problem facing the EU is hate but not the kind they’re punishing. Thus, Mr. Pelham and the 36 who had their homes raided had their fundamental human rights violated…
At least, in the U.S. they did…
Thank God for our forefathers. Thank God for their foresight to decree and memorialize our fundamental rights in the Constitution. I fear of the repercussions and injustices that would be perpetrated by our already corrupt and power-hungry government if we didn’t have the Constitution and its protections.
Interestingly, the two things protecting us from Islam is also protected under our Constitution:
The Freedom of Speech and Press
The Right To Bear Arms
Therefore, without the Constitution – we would probably already be sliding down the slippery slope of hate crimes and thought police a la in Europe. Reaction to terrorist attacks from European leaders writes off the threat. Dying in a suicide bomb is just “part and parcel to living in a big city”, according to London mayor, Sadiq Khan. The Independent instructed citizens of Britain there was only one way to respond to attacks like Manchester; that saw scores of children killed at an Ariana Grande concert. Their advice? To carry on exactly as before.
Europe holds no future if they begin to prosecute the only ones standing up against the invasion of a conquesting hoarde.
— Insp Mark Evans (@Inspmarkevans) June 21, 2017
Notably, here’s some replies to the tweet above: