Irish Legislation Make It Illegal to Possess “Hate” – Guilty Until Proven InnocentThu 7:49 am +01:00, 4 May 2023
Kyle May 1, 2023 3 min read
As I am sure you have seen, Ireland has turned into a racial jungle, with angry naked Africans roaming the streets and gangs of non-Whites assaulting the indigenous population. Some city streets are so dark that you would never imagine you were in Ireland. Many Irish people have had enough and are standing up against the ethnic cleansing and genocide they are facing, which is why the government is stepping up their prosecution of “hate crimes.”
Last week the hate crime legislation passed through the Dáil. It will now be debated and scrutinised by the Seanad, before becoming law later this year.The legislation attempts to define hate crimes and hate speech and make them easier to prosecute. Minority groups say the existing legislation makes it almost impossible to prosecute for hate speech and crime; however, there are concerns amongst some that the new laws will effectively outlaw offensive speech, something the Department of Justice has denied. …The hate crime legislation was opposed by two divergent parts of the Dáil last week, with both People Before Profit and the Rural Independents opposed to the proposed laws. Sinn Féin, the Labour Party, the Social Democrats and other assorted Independent TDs all ultimately backed the legislation.
Here is the text of the legislation:
As you can see, possession of “hate” will be enough to convict any Irish person, and that person is considered guilty unless they can somehow prove that they did not intend to share it anywhere.
Elon Musk, who pretends to be for free speech while still censoring on behalf of the US government and the ADL, chimed in on the matter:
Apparently not many people in Ireland even realize what is happening or what this new legislation really means for their rights.
Some people are still standing up for free speech, although the defense needs to be far more vigorous and fiery.
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