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    Britain's Soviet Style Hate Crime Laws



    This podcast explains how the police investigate so-called ‘hate crimes’ and how these investigations are totally subjective and based on feelings, not facts. But worse still, the British police are now building a database of people who have been accused of ‘hate incidents’ – non-criminal incidents where individuals are accused of being motivated by hate and the accused is considered guilty without their accuser having to present any-evidence what-so-ever!

    The British College of Policing’s Hate Crime Operational Guidance

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    It's a good video, not exaggerated or alarmist.

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    But we copied this stuff from America . . .

    https://www.britannica.com/topic/hate-crime

    "The concept of hate crime emerged in the United States in the late 1970s. By the end of the 20th century, laws mandating additional penalties for bias-motivated crimes had been passed by the federal government and by most U.S. states. (Unlike many broader state laws, the federal law allowed for the prosecution of hate crimes motivated only by the colour, race, religion, or national origin of the victim.) Increasingly, criminal conduct motivated by bigotry came to be regarded as substantially different from, and in some respects more pernicious than, other kinds of crime. Reflecting the politics of the issue as well as the actual incidence of bias-motivated crime, racial and religious minorities and women have been recognized in many statutes as potential victims of hate crime, whereas other groups, such as the elderly and children, have not."

    However, we haven't copied the protection of free speech, so it has ended up being even worse for us.

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    Top Cop Slams Politicised ‘Hate Crime’ Obsession, Demands Focus on Real Crime


    One of the UK’s most senior police officers has slammed the prioritisation of “hate crimes,” calling for officers to solve more burglaries and violent attacks by focusing on “core policing.”



    National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) Chair Sara Thornton CBE also said she did not want to see “misogyny” and offensive comments about women specified in law as hate crimes. She implied political pressure was put on police to record “hate incidents” that do not qualify as crimes when resources are stretched and some violent crimes are rising to record levels.

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    said “investigating gender-based hate crime… cannot be a priority for a service that is overstretched” and that “core policing” has not “received enough attention in recent years.” The statement comes on the same day the government seeks to drive up hate crime reporting further by launching a “new nationwide hate crime campaign aimed at increasing awareness and understanding of what constitutes a hate crime.”

    Speaking at the NPCC nation annual conference, Ms Thornton said: “We do really need to refocus on core policing. The public expects an effective response to organised crime, to terrorism, to the focus on the venerable.“But, they the public also expect the basics: responding to emergencies, investigating and solving crimes, and neighbourhood policing. “It is this core policing that is seriously stretched – This is surely part of the police covenant with the public.“We are, however, asked to provide more and more bespoke services that are all desirable. But the simple fact is, there are too many desirable and deserving issues. “For example, treating misogyny as a ‘hate crime’ is a concern for some well-organised campaigning organisations.”

    Some police forces began treating “misogyny” and offending women as hate incidents back in 2016 and London’s Metropolitan force revealed last year they are considering following suit. Ms Thornton appeared to suggest that “well organised” groups and some officers wanted “non-crime” incidents recorded for political reasons and to pressure the government.

    Breitbart London has reported that UK forces are urging people to report “non-crime hate incidents” and “offensive” online comments to “re-emphasises the need” for officers to “tackle hate.” An investigation by this website also found that “dislike” and “unfriendliness” are considered hate incidents by many forces and the Crown Prosecution Service has said no evidence is needed to report a hate incident.

    Ms Thornton continued: “In July, chiefs debated whether we should record such allegations, even when no crime has been committed. “It was argued that this information might be useful to highlight the issue, send a message about acceptable standards of behaviour, or put pressure on government. “But we just don’t have the resources to do everything that is desirable and deserving. “I want us to solve more burglaries and bear down on violence before we make records of incidents that are not crimes. “And I hope the Law Commission’s review on ‘hate crime’ takes account of the pressure on forces before suggesting that the law is changed.”

    Last month, the government asked the Law Commission, an independent body that reviews laws, to “consider if there should be additional protected characteristics,” such as “misogyny and age” to be targeted has hate crimes. While the number of hate incidents reported to and recorded by police has been rising to record levels, CPS figures from last year show the number being prosecuted successfully has been falling.


    Breitbart
    , 31 Oct 2018.

    Another step in the building of the European Soviet State / EUssr which will be a classic communist state for which there must be a communist ideology and a police force that does what it is told without question.

    Reason and logic will not change or shift the ‘lefts’ agenda.

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    The idea of hate crime is defining itself out of existance because, logically, it must include any kind of dislike of a characteristic which the victim cannot help. It eventually becomes so broad as to be useless. But, yeah, ageism is probably a bigger problem than racism now.

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    Arrests For Offensive Facebook And Twitter Posts Soar In London

    The Communications Act 2003 defines illegal communication as “using public electronic communications network in order to cause annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety”. Breaking the law carries a six-month prison term or fine of up to £5,000.

    The figures, obtained from the Metropolitan police via a Freedom of Information request, only apply to the London area.

    The legislation has been used to arrest Twitter users responsible for racist hate speech. According to Vocativ, among many recently arrested was a Scottish citizen who had posted hate speech about Syrian refugees on his Facebook page.

    A recent study found the words ‘slut’ and ‘whore’ were used by UK Twitter users 10,000 times in three weeks.

    In 2010, Paul Chambers was convicted under the Communications Act after tweeting a joke about blowing up Robin Hood Airport in Nottingham. His conviction was overturned after a two-year legal battle.
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    Arrests For Offensive Facebook And Twitter Posts Soar In London
    Meanwhile, many parts of the city are virtual no-go zones and knife crime is spiralling out of control.

    This is what happens when you have a Muslim mayor in charge and the police force is run by a lesbian midget!

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    The metropolitan police in London has actually claimed that it may not allocate as many resources to the investigation of some crimes such as shoplifting and criminal damage because it is "not practical" to do so. Deputy Assistant Commissioner Mark Simmons said that officers must be "focused on serious crime". When it comes to "hate speech" however, there can be no such shortage. In 2017, London mayor Sadiq Khan launched a new unit to tackle online hate crime to which cca. 1.7 million pounds were allocated. The same year British police arrested approx. 9 people/day for online "hate speech".



    Citizens were also encouraged in a tweet (this time by the South Yorkshire Police) to report "non-crime hate incidents" that "feel like crimes", which can include things like offensive or insulting comments, in "addition to reporting actual crimes". The message infuriated the public, prompting over 3,500 replies, most of them critical of the message and skeptical of the priorities adopted by the police unit.

    The London Metropolitan Police also released new guidelines for defining hate crimes within their jurisdiction. The guidelines state that hate crimes motivated by "disability, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, religion, or any other perceived difference" need not be physical crimes in the traditional sense, but may include "using offensive language" about "who you are," whether spoken in person or posted online. The broadness of these guidelines has sparked renewed fear over authorities crossing the line from policing crimes to persecuting thought. Even the Metropolitan Police Commissioner believes that the focus should rather be on violent crimes, instead of policing people's speech and thoughts.

    “In my view, we should be focussing on the things that public tell me they care about most,” said Ms Dick.

    “My officers are very busy, they are very stretched. We have young people in London subject to gang violence, getting involved in drug dealing, stabbings, lots and lots of priorities.

    “We can’t go on increasing the scale of the mission, unless we are given more resources, or the public is prepared for us to do some things not very well.”

    “My focus is on violent crime. Every single one is ghastly when we have teenagers stabbed. In London I’m glad to say that the figures have stopped going up and up as they have in the last three to four years. They have plateaued and I’m going to keep driving it down.”
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    Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange interviews people on the street about their thoughts on these latest developments and people being arrested over offensive speech. They randomly ran into Vernon Mussington, an entrepreneur who was arrested for "misgendering" a trans person by calling them "geezer".


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    The real problem is at the very top. There is little difference between having an outright enemy running things or just a gutless go-along-to-get-along fool in that position, who lets the poisonous anti-white mechanism run on unchecked. It is functionally the same, with the same results.

    We absolutely need some sort of absolute dictator with strong military support who will ruthlessly ferret out the anti-white communist establishment which seems to believe so fervently in its mission. Then those who can be re-educated, should be.

    A new pro-white order MUST be established, since it seems some element in society needs some sort of cause to pursue. Let them pursue a cause in SUPPORT of our people rather than against it.
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    Man who painted 'No Blacks' on African family's front door jailed for 12 months


    A MAN who painted "No Blacks" on his new Congolese neighbours' front door has been sentenced to 12 months in prison for racially aggravated criminal damage.


    Vaughan Dowd, 55, daubed the message on the home of Jackson Yamba, 38, just five days after the solicitor moved into the same block of flats in Salford, Greater Manchester.

    Mr Yamba's young son David, 10, became tearful and afraid after seeing the graffiti as he left home for school.

    Identical white-painted graffiti was also found on an internal communal door and the entry door to the block of flats.

    Manchester Crown Court heard on Thursday how Dowd – a single self-employed gardener with no children – led a "sad life" drinking alcohol and watching TV each day after work, with "Brexit and immigration" having been "playing on his mind" at the time.

    Jailing him for a year, Judge Alan Conrad QC described Dowd's attack as an "outpouring of racist views" and slammed his attempt to use his struggles with anxiety as an excuse.

    "This country, in particular this area, the cities of Salford and Manchester, have a long and proud history of diversity and inclusivity," the judge said. "We welcome those who, having a right to come here, do so and when they do, lead decent and productive lives. "What you did was not welcome in any civilised society... it must be made clear that imprisonment will follow offences such as this."

    Dowd had pleaded guilty to a single count of racially aggravated criminal damage on February 8 but sentencing was adjourned for the preparation of a psychiatric report.

    His victim Mr Yamba, who moved to the UK from the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2006, said the attack has left him scared and angry.


    Irish Post Man who painted 'No Blacks' on African family's front door jailed for 12 months

    16 May 2019.


    I have this in the right thread and the EUssr is much worse than post Stalin USSR.

    What about ‘Looking after our own first’?

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    Police State Britain: Women Arrested for Calling Trannies “He” on Twitter

    While Britain stumbles from one meaningless Monty Python-type “Brexit” disaster to another, that country’s finest have been busy arresting two women in separate incidents for the crime of having called a trannie “he” instead of “she” on Twitter.

    The first incident saw 38-year-old Kate Scottow, of Hitchin, Hertfordshire, arrested in front of her children by three burly offices from Hertfordshire constabulary and locked up for seven hours after referring to a trannie as a “man.”

    According to reports, Scottow had her photograph, DNA and fingerprints taken and “remains under investigation.”

    More than two months after her arrest, she has had neither her mobile phone or laptop returned, as they are still being “investigated” by the police. She was told that she had been “harassment and malicious communications because I called someone out and misgendered them on Twitter.”

    Confirming the arrest, Hertfordshire Police said: “We take all reports of malicious communication seriously.”

    Earlier, sitcom writer Graham Linehan—perhaps most famous as the writer of the “Father Ted” comedy TV series—was given a “verbal harassment” warning by West Yorkshire Police after “transgender activist” Stephanie Hayden reported Linehan for referring to him by his “previous names and pronouns on Twitter.”

    In the latest incident, Caroline Farrow, a broadcaster and writer for Roman Catholic newspapers has been the “subject of a five-month police investigation after she was accused of calling a transgender woman a ‘he’ on Twitter.”

    Farrow told media that she had a phone call from an officer on Monday asking her to attend an interview. She apparently posted the tweet following an appearance on the TV show “Good Morning Britain” last September, during which she took part in a debate on “transgender” children.

    She said she was prepared to go to jail, adding: ‘I don’t know what I am suspected to have done. The only thing I can think of is that I may have referred to a 23-year-old transgender woman as someone’s “son”.

    “I try at all times to be polite on Twitter, but it is my belief on both a religious and scientific basis that you cannot change the sex into which you were born.”

    She said the police had told her that her tweets had “misgendered” an individual by using the wrong pronoun, which could be an offence under the Malicious Communications Act. Sentences for those found guilty under this act can be as long as two years.

    The law makes it a crime to send messages that are “indecent or grossly offensive, threatening, or contain information which is false or believed to be false, if the purpose for sending it is to cause distress or anxiety.”

    Media reports said that the case was being pursued by Surrey Police, whose former Chief Constable Lynne Owens said in 2015 that as a result of £25million in cuts and the loss of 250 officers, minor crimes would be ignored in favor of investigation of offences against vulnerable people.
    http://newobserveronline.com/police-...he-on-twitter/

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