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Inciting racial hatred

I wish my council would do something like this. Then I could have them prosecuted for inciting racial hatred.

It's about time all these loony lefties had their own laws turned on themselves. There isn't one law for working white people and another, more indulgent, version for racial minorities and their panderers.

When the extreme, politically correct zealots seek to ban Christ from Christmas, the people most offended by such actions are the Muslims and other religions, the very ones they claimed to be being sensitive about. In reality of course they are using 'inclusiveness' as cover for their own militantly atheist agenda. The unintended consequence, however, is that antagonism between religions and races is likely to be increased.

The Public Order Act 1986 states:

18 Use of words or behaviour or display of written material

(1)A person who uses threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, or displays any written material which is threatening, abusive or insulting, is guilty of an offence if—

(a)he intends thereby to stir up racial hatred, or

(b)having regard to all the circumstances racial hatred is likely to be stirred up thereby.

Therefore, in this mad, politically correct, illiberal piece of legislation it is no defence that you didn't intend to stir up racial hatred. Doing it accidentally is sufficient to have you convicted. This clearly applies to many of the actions of local authorities, including the one I link to above where threatening and abusive remarks are made about anybody who raises objections to a new gypsy camp near their home.

If you live under a council that behaves like this, write to them to let them know. With a civil unrest phase of the downturn possible perhaps as soon as within a year, you never know, you might prevent a riot.

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