Friday, May 13, 2011

Heinz Uthmann Strikes a Blow for Islamic Terrorism

Subhuman dhimmi judge Heinz Uthmann struck a blow against free speech recently by filing a criminal complaint against German Chancellor Merkel for the "tacky and undignified" move of saying she was gladdened at the death of Osama bin Laden.  His move, which cites section 140 of the German Criminal Code, blatantly violates Article 5 of Germany's Basic Law, which apparently doesn't protect spooky white Christians of the type that terrify globalizing leftist do-gooders.  (Hat tip: HBD Chick.)

History truly does repeat.  Prior to Uthmann, another German with a record of opposing free speech and ignoring his country's constitution went out of his way to curry favor with murderous Muslims.  I don't know if Uthmann has any plans to murder millions of Jews and Slavs, but destruction of free speech would  certainly facilitate those ends.

Coincidentally, the Canadian government has decided that Part I (2b) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms doesn't apply to scary Caucasian kuffār of the type that panic internationalizing progressive schoolmarms.  (Hat tip: Dominion of Canada.)  In this case, it's a nominal conservative (Harper, whom I used to get a pretty good vibe from) doing the constitution shredding.  Canada's Human Rights Commission apparently retains the power to assess fines for hurting people's feelings.

Finally, it looks like the national security letter provisions of the USA Patriot Act are still in place, in blatant violation of America's First Amendment, which apparently doesn't offer any protection to terrifying European-descended infidels of the type that horrify world-uniting social-liberal crusaders.

Sorry to throw three completely random, unrelated snapshots of the world today into one rambling post.  I guess it's just that watching liberty and civilization get turned into garbage by an alliance of communists and their patsies leaves me all flighty and whimsical.

1 comment:

Cameron said...

The answer to our problems? The partition of Germany!