August 9, 2017
So here’s the deal: you can now legally spray-paint virulent anti-Semitic and otherwise racist hate-talk on public and private property in Germany.
All you have to do is be a Jew.
The cops won’t arrest you.
And here’s the thing: I think that Germans are so opposed to arresting Jews, that they won’t even ask you for proof you’re Jewish. So you can just go out and do this, then be like, “get off my BACK you NAZI I’m a JEW and you turned my grandpa into a LAMPSHADE!” and the cops will just drive off.
If they try to push it, be like, “well that guy with the viral YouTube clip did it.” You can even just tell that to the judge if they try to charge you. Also, just keep fake-crying and talk about how your grandpa is a lampshade.
German Nazis would be fools not to take advantage of this golden opportunity.
A German-Israeli artist who accuses Twitter of failing to delete hate speech tweets has taken matters into his own hands – by stencilling the offending messages on the road in front of the company’s Hamburg headquarters.
A post on video-sharing site YouTube showed Shahak Shapira and fellow activists stencilling tweets saying “Germany needs a final solution to Islam” and “Let’s gas the Jews” – clear references to the Nazi regime’s World War Two genocide of Europe’s Jews.
That reference is totally clear.
What’s not clear is if the Holocaust actually happened.
In fact, it is clear that it did not.
It is also clear that it should have.
Shapira said he had reported some 300 incidents of hate speech on Twitter but had received just nine responses from the company.
“If Twitter forces me to see these things, then they should have to see it as well,” he said in the video, posted on Monday, describing the comments as violations of the social network’s community guidelines.
How did they force you?
Did Twitter send someone to your home and put a gun to your head and make you read these tweets?
If that happened, you should have called the police.
People can’t just come into your house and force you to go to a website and read things against your will. That is illegal in Germany.
Hate speech is especially sensitive in Germany, whose history has been shaped by the struggle to atone for the crimes of the Nazis.
There it is.
Grandchildren and great-grandchildren atoning for something that allegedly happened 7 decades ago.
A spokesman for Twitter told Reuters the company would not comment on the specifics of individual accounts for reasons of privacy, but said it strictly enforced its rules and had stepped up its policing of abuse on its network.
Twitter is now taking action on 10 times as many abusive accounts now compared to the same time last year, he added.
Yes, I think our readership can confirm that one.
I’ve been banned since 2015.
But nothing is ever enough for the Jews.
You give them a single inch and they take your whole highway.
Jack never should have given in to “hatespeech” rules in the first place. If you have a position of “we only take stuff down if it’s illegal,” no one can really press you. I mean, they can press you, but you’re coming from a position that is a real position from whence you can easily say it isn’t your problem.
But Jack was a cuck. He didn’t even cuck for the Jews, he cucked for women and blacks and then the Jews rushed in and said “YOU HAVE TO SHUT EVERYTHING DOWN NOW GOY.”
Real bad move, Jack.