On 28 November 2008, European Justice Commissioner, Jacques Barrot, informed us that, throughout the EU, the courts will soon be able to imprison those who dare to tell globalist truths the EU bosses do not want told.
Here is what he said at the Press Conference:
"It took nearly seven years of negotiations to achieve this... I welcome the introduction of strict and effective sanctions against these violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms which are common principles for European countries...
Racism and xenophobia have no place in Europe, and should have no part in the world".
This agreement will enable and, perhaps, force each individual member state to imprison those whom the EU's Justice Department deems guilty of "public incitement to violence or hatred against a group of persons or a member of such a group."
The Justice Department will, of course, be able to determine what constitutes "incitement".
For example, should I wish to warn the British people (as I do at this site) that a black individual living in Britain is at least a 100 times more likely to murder a white individual (an Asian is about 25 times more likely) than the other way around, (according to extrapolations drawn from the 2005 and 2006 British Crime Survey) I could be imprisoned for 3 years. Even though I would be telling the truth.
This because EU laywers could argue that such information might "incite violence or hatred".
The agreement consolidates this anti-indigenous law by making specific reference to Internet incitement thus:
"... by public dissemination or distribution of tracts, pictures or other material".
Truth-telling sites like this one will, therefore, be outlawed.