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    Arrests Over Anti-Semitic Remarks on Facebook

    Five men and a 15-year-old youth have been arrested in East Renfrewshire and Glasgow after anti-Semitic remarks were posted on social network site Facebook.

    Almost 50 police officers raided seven addresses after complaints from members of the Jewish community in Giffnock.

    It followed a number of offensive posts on a page entitled: "Welcome to Israel, only kidding you're in Giffnock."

    The six people arrested were charged with a breach of the peace with religious and racial aggravations.
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    But its OK for jews to say that our country should be flooded with immigrants and thats not racism against us? why arent those jews arrested?

    The ZOG system is loaded against us.

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    Heres the thing: you cant speak your mind. Not in real life and barely even on the internet. They will always be there, watching and waiting. And they have people brain-washed to think that they get something out of reporting you. Which they dont, all it does is fly back in their face when the times comes that they want to speak freely, but most people are too dumb to think about that. So what can be done? Keep your views to yourself unless you know your in trustworthy company. facebook. What? Come on, you would have to be very naive to post controversial views on there. No I dont agree with the arrest, but you have to be smart and choose a site wisely. These people werent.

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    Which is why internet privacy is becoming more important.

    https://www.torproject.org/index.html.en

    Download and use it.

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    It shouldn't be "controversial" to support freedom of speech and expression. Expressing an opinion is not a terrorist action, yet people get harassed, their houses stormed and arrested and treated like criminals for opening their mouths. An opinion would normally be countered with another opinion or there would be some community rules regulating content, but not by witch hunts and ruining people's lives and locking them up. This is 2012 but 1984 was not that far off track. It's particularly disturbing that a 15 year old gets arrested for this. A teenager, come on... It's also amazing how easily comments get labeled as hateful and anti-Semitic.

    The spread of all types of hatred on social networking sites and similar media is a growing problem”

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    No, the spread of hatred against all kinds of "right wing extremists" and similar labels is accepted and even encouraged.

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    Didn't just recently another teenager get arrested and sentenced in Britain for some indecent Twitter posts about a negro soccer player? And then we also had the case of Emma West last year in London or the old woman who got into trouble for a golliwog in her window... We all know that we don't have free speech in Europe, but Britain lately really seems to push the envelope in regards to what kind of statements they already prosecute with police action and legal intimidation (like taking the children of Emma West away, even if only temporary, shortly before Christmas).

    State sanctioned antifa violence against right-wing demonstrations or even private meetings also seems to be on the rise - from Germany to the USA. And in Germany the secret service seems to have been involved in creating this NSU right-wing 'terror cell'. Things really seem to be in motion as of late and change for the worse quicker than expected.

    Maybe it will at least lead more people to realize in what kind of ethno-suicidal tyrannies we live if they keep prosecuting people for such harmless things while on the other hand even ignoring violence against our people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aeternitas View Post
    It shouldn't be "controversial" to support freedom of speech and expression. Expressing an opinion is not a terrorist action, yet people get harassed, their houses stormed and arrested and treated like criminals for opening their mouths. An opinion would normally be countered with another opinion or there would be some community rules regulating content, but not by witch hunts and ruining people's lives and locking them up. This is 2012 but 1984 was not that far off track. It's particularly disturbing that a 15 year old gets arrested for this. A teenager, come on... It's also amazing how easily comments get labeled as hateful and anti-Semitic.

    No, the spread of hatred against all kinds of "right wing extremists" and similar labels is accepted and even encouraged.
    Multikulti and free speech cannot be combined in a peaceful society just as Jews cannot be openly discussed if we want a society free from anti-Semitism.

    That would be a great slogan for a campaign. "Free speech or Multiculturalism? You cannot have them both."

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