Candidates competing to represent Ireland in the European Parliament next year have been told they should sign a pledge promising what they say and what they don’t.
The “Immigrant council of Ireland” have said there is “no place in Irish politics” for “hate speech“, and have told candidates in the election to sign a pledge whereby they don’t use “hate speech“, or “target minority groups” during the course of their election campaigns.
The council says all political parties and candidates should “keep extremism out of all debates and ensure that no community is being unfairly targeted for the continuing economic difficulties”.
Chief executive of the “immigrant council”, Denise Charlton, said “that hate speech and racism have no part to play in the debate in Ireland”, calling for all parties and sides to oppose it.
She wanted political parties not to blame economic problems on immigrants, and compared those who do so to “Nazis“.
Ms. Charlton asked all parties to condemn any campaigns or statements that might “incite hatred“, also they should use “appropriate and inclusive language and words” when referring to non-Whites or non-Irish.
“In addition each candidate will be asked to engage with all migrant communities throughout the campaign.”
Hate speech of course means anything that isn’t anti-White.
Why? Well “Hate speech”, is just the modern day version of “HERESY!”. When the Christian church had control of countries you were allowed “freedom of speech”, as long as it wasn’t anything “Heretical” – anything the church disagreed with.
This is similar to “anti-racism” today – you are allowed “freedom of speech” as long as it isn’t “Hate speech” – this could be a direct quote from just about any anti-White.
“Anti-racism” teaches that White people are genetically evil and must be gotten rid of. In other words, anti-racist is a codeword for anti-White. If you disagree with their position, you offend them are “hateful!”.
The point of freedom of speech IS to offend people. A country can either have real freedom of speech where every idea and belief can be criticized . . . or you have a country that allows every other belief to be criticized, but where criticizing the ruler’s beliefs is a crime.