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“British authorities have gone along with a definition of hate-crime which allows the victim (real or perceived) to be the arbiter of whether an offence has been committed. This privilege allows a list of people who believe they have been ‘trolled’ or ‘abused’ online over their ‘race, religion, sexual orientation, disability or transgender identity’ to be arbiters as well as reporters of any and all such crimes.” – Douglas Murray, “UK’s hateful hate-crime hub” – Gatestone Institute, Oct. 23rd, 2017.
“Police forces across Britain are increasingly taking up the use of AI to aid them in carrying out the task of keeping citizens safe, but according to SJWs, the fact that AI machines have noted a disparity between crime levels in different social groups means that robots are now ‘racists’.” – Charlie Wythe, “Now robots are ‘racist’ moan SJWs” – Freedom Post, Oct. 14th, 2017.
“In his October Gloom, Boom and Doom Report newsletter, Faber wrote ‘thank God white people populated America, and not blacks. Otherwise, the U.S. would look like Zimbabwe, which it might look one day anyway, but at least America enjoyed 200 years in the economic and political sun under a white majority’.” – Canadian Press, “Faber booted from Sprott after racist comments” – Oct. 17th, 2017.
“Deputy Assistant Commissioner Mark Simmons claimed that giving up on investigating many offences was necessary so police constables’ efforts could be ‘focused on serious crime and cases where there is a realistic chance that we will be able to solve it…’ The move has raised eyebrows among members of the public, considering recent reports that the Met detained 867 out of the 3,395 people known to have been arrested for ‘offensive’ online comments under the Malicious Communications Act in 2016 – an increase of 53 per cent for the force area since 2014.” – Jack Montgomery, “Met say charging shoplifters, vandals ‘not practical’ as arrests for ‘offensive comments’ rise 53 per cent” – Breitbart, Oct. 17th, 2017.
“… ‘it was not driven by politics and it was not driven by race. It was an individual item done by one individual’… The arrest was one of several around the county over the past year in which an apparent act of racism or anti-Semitism was traced not to a hate group but to a suspect belonging to the targeted minority… Most arrests and convictions for hate-related crimes of violence or vandalism follow the traditional pattern.” – Washington Post, “African American man charged with anti-black graffiti that shook Eastern Michigan University” – Toronto Sun, Oct. 24th, 2017.
“…the severity of the problem, and the desperation to keep it under wraps can be most clearly seen in the U.K., where they have literally been arresting thousands of people every year for daring to say racially insensitive things on the Internet… Germany has turned to nearly complete censorship to keep things hidden. In the United States, where the First Amendment protects against government censorship, the censorship has been undertaken privately with social media companies removing untold thousands of accounts for wrong-think and domain registrars cancelling the domain registrations of web sites.” – John Young, “The mistress of diversity” – Western Voices World News, Oct. 25th, 2017.