Yesterday we posted on the standards of desecration of religious symbols, where a British man was killed for a bacon sandwich while serving a year prison term, while a muslim who delivered some Indian takeaway to a Christian home got exactly nothing at all for actual vandalism of property of the family’s Cross.
Video below again:
Another example of selective enforcement, or more commonly called a ‘double standard’ happened this past week in Germany.
Germany has, wrongfully in my opinion, the most harsh laws against Holocaust denial.
If anyone wants to know what is true about that period of history, the Nazis were meticulous record keepers and there is more evidence of what took place there than most historical events of the 20th century, And if people wish to invent its non existence, no amount of evidence will suffice but forcing one belief will certainly add gravitas to their cause.
On top of that, people critical of Islam or mass muslim immigration in Germany have found themselves visited by police and worse. Many have been arrested for stating their opinions on social media where they are critical of islam or critical of government policies favouring islam.
And then we have this:
Two German rappers will not be prosecuted after an outcry over lyrics about Auschwitz and the Holocaust.
Critics attacked Kollegah and Farid Bang for comparing their muscular bodies with those of Auschwitz inmates, and suggesting a new Holocaust.
But prosecutors said the artistic freedom was guaranteed by the constitution.
The gangsta rap lyrics, while offensive, did not amount to Holocaust denial or inciting violence, they said.
Düsseldorf prosecutor’s office spokesman Ralf Herrenbrück told German media that while the genre might be vulgar, misogynistic and homophobic, it would not be possible to bring charges.
The controversy surrounding the duo centres on two lines in their latest album JBG3 (Young, brutal, good looking 3).
One track includes the words: “My body is more defined than those of Auschwitz inmates.”
Another has the lyric: “I’m doing another Holocaust, coming with the Molotov.”
And so we see even more clearly how this whole thing works from this example than most.
For muslims, all the constitutional guarantees and freedoms of law apply. But for the indigenous, and non-muslim and non communist people of Europe, all the little unconstitutional hate crimes laws and an endless list of highly interpretable set of regulations apply such that we have in effect sharia.
Muslims can say and do as they want, and the rest of us are…