Skip to comments.Man in Denmark fined for hate speech on Facebook [against the “religion of peace”]
Posted on 10/12/2018 4:24:24 AM PDT by Olog-hai
A 39-year-old man from Aalborg must pay fines totaling 4,000 kroner for posting hate speech on his Facebook page in October 2017.
The man was found to have written macabre and threatening words against Muslims, local media Nordjyske reports. [ ]
He said that the words were intended as part of a poem and should be considered a cultural input.
But Aalborg District Court found that the 39-year-old made threats of violence against Muslims, judging him guilty of breaching article 266b in Denmarks criminal law code, also known as the racism clause.
(Excerpt) Read more at thelocal.dk ...
Free speech doesnt exist in the Worlds Happiest Place, apparently.
This too.....will change. Some changes will come quickly, but change is absolutely coming.
Islam is not a race, and only a racist would think it was.
Yet muzzies post their hate on FB every day.
Apparently, newspapers worldwide suck.
The article, all 160 words, (after an ad and a huge picture of the Facebook logo), does not mention the man’s name or what words he said against Muslims.
Then, more ads, self promotion (links to other articles (5)) and several sponsored ads.
If you think this is bad, just wait til the recently passed Articles 11 and 13 kick in...
I think that would be about $620 in US currency.
It’s always about Islam isn’t it? Yet you can chatter about Jewish slander or Christian bigotry and what happens?
Yes they do. And I have to wonder - do they ever get banned?
The Nordjyske article doesn’t give the man’s name either.
Muslim is not a race. It’s a mental disorder that can infect any human.
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