Saturday, May 26, 2012

Criminalizing Dissent: Hyper-Policing, De-Policing, and the New Totalitarianism

By Nicholas Stix

What year is it for America’s whites? It seems an awful lot like 1938.

We often hear, from both sides of the political aisle, that people aren’t being arrested and prosecuted merely for their opinions, as opposed to their acts, but that isn’t true. The government—under Democrats and Republicans alike—has been persecuting white Americans for engaging in symbolic expression that is protected by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution since at least the late 1990s.

Mockery is a classic form of political protest, protected under the First Amendment, and by the Supreme Court. But mocking blacks has been transformed into a felony, the law be damned.

Meanwhile, those same authorities have given blacks license to commit hate crimes against whites with impunity.

Every night in America, somewhere it is Kristallnacht.

Read the whole thing, at VDARE.

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