Poland Lashes Back At EU, Abolishes “Hate Crimes” And “Racism” Units: ‘We Don’t Want To Become France And Germany’

The whole “hate crime” idea, so popular in the West, is one of the biggest legal scams in our history.

Think about it- who commits an actual crime because they like somebody or something? Hate is a precondition of criminality. Nobody rapes, murders, or beats somebody into a bloody because they love that person. The only reason that “hate crimes” exist is to create social sigma so that one group in society might subjugate another using the legal system as a means of oppression. It is a perversion of justice in the truest sense because truth is made irrelevant to the imposition of the agenda of the ambitious.

Thankfully, Poland and other nations of Eastern Europe, who adopted this “hate crime” legislation and other foolish measures, are finally coming to their sense and abandoning them like a sinking ship, because that is what Western Europe is – a sinking ship that is falling into the ocean of history, and the Eastern nations want off before it is too late.

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Poland’s reason for abandoning these “units” was because they were inefficient and, as one can infer from the article, actively promoting racism against the native Polish people and in favor of Muslims and others invaders. Even Polish supporters of these units openly admit that was the purpose of these units: to promote Muslims and other ideas at the expense of the Poles.

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One of the most basic ideas in the once-free West is that every people has a right to self-determination – the ability to govern themselves as they see fit and live a life in accordance with their principles, so long as they do not infringe on the basic rights of their neighbors. This is a rather basic and sensible request, and one which the EU proudly declares to be true, but in actual practice does not believe in at all. This was made perfectly clear when EC President Jean-Claude Juncker complained this week that European politicians in certain nations (i.e. Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, etc.) listen “too much to their voters” and not enough to the EU:

“Too many politicians are listening exclusively to their national opinion. And if you are listening to your national opinion you are not developing what should be a common European sense and a feeling of the need to put together efforts. We have too many part-time Europeans.”

Europeans, this is what the EU thinks of you, and the same goes for America’s politicians. They think you, John Q. Public, are their slaves to be manipulated by the will of the powerful to fulfill their own selfish, egotistical, dreams of grandeur in the eyes of men.

Poland is right to push to leave the EU and in doing so, to scrap all of the garbage that it accepted from the Euro system because, as the Poles themselves have noted, they do not want to become like Germany or France, where Muslim invaders are being given these nations and the people have no say in the matter:

The Law and Justice (PiS) party this week scrapped a public body designed to fight racism and investigate “hate crimes,” citing its inefficiency. Government spokesman Rafal Bochenek told reporters the council’s responsibilities will be taken over by “more efficient” state institutions.

The Council Against Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance was set up by the previous government led by the liberal Civic Platform party, who were voted out of office last October after they agreed with the European Union (EU) that the country would take several thousand non-European migrants.

The human rights Ombudsman, and parties opposed to PiS, have widely condemned the government’s abolition of the body as they say hate crimes are increasing in Poland. “It’s shameful. The council is absolutely necessary amid the increasing number of racially motivated attacks and rising xenophobia,” Ombudsman Adam Bodnar told AFP.

Comments below Polish television network TVN’s coverage of the story were broadly supportive of the move, with one person writing “‘Anti-racism council liquidated’ – rightly so, looking at what’s happening in Germany or France,” seemingly referring to the problems those European countries are facing as a result of having large numbers of non-European migrants.

The Law and Justice (PiS) party was elected in a major landslide victory in December that returned Poland’s first single-party government since the end of Communism. Although their ascent to power has left minority left-wing activists angered, and has triggered a series of protests by those who claim that the recently elected government lack democratic legitimacy, the party has pressed on with a programme of changes, including turning the nation’s back on the EU migrant resettlement programme

Article reposted with permission from Shoebat.com

*Article by Andrew Bieszad

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