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VDARE Radio Is Up—If The State Department Wants Attack Clampdowns On Social Media, Attack The EU's "Hate Speech" Laws, Not Iran
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January 03, 2018, 11:38 AM
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The new VDARE Radio is up: go here to read or listen, here to download the MP3. Sample:
The lights are going out all over Europe, and the darkness may spread to America soon. I’m Virginia Dare and this is Radio VDARE.

Heather Nauert at the U.S. State Department is blasting social media restrictions in Iran, saying: “We support a  freedom of the press. When a nation clamps down on social media, we ask the question, ‘What are you afraid of?’”

Of course, it’s not Iran which we need to be saying this to. It’s Western nations which dishonestly claim they are free. We can start with Germany, which at this point is ruled by what is essentially an occupation government dedicated to the dispossession of its own people.

Germany has begun enforcing a new law which imposes fines of up to 50 million euros for each incident of so-called hate speech online [Brand-New Online ‘Hate-Speech’ Law Snares 1st Victim, WND, January 2, 2018]. By “hate speech,” of course, we mean any expression of opposition to immigration, Islamization, or the European Union. [More]

Also worth noting, from 12 years ago: “The Darkest Corners Of Our World”?—Bush Can Start With Europe's Hate Crime Crackdown by Paul Belien, January 20, 2005.