May 7, 2007

Fjordman on Hate Crimes

Fjordman, the noted Scandinavian blogger to whom I often link to asks What Do We Fight For? and coins two new words: “Caucasophobia” for anti-white racism, and  “self-termination” for organized Western self-loathing and the Western policy of unilaterally dismantling our own culture.

Here's what he has to say about hate crimes.
Hate crime legislation constitutes a radical departure from the idea of equality before the law. You will be punished differently for assaulting a black Muslim than for the same crime against a white Christian, a Hindu woman or a Jewish woman, a gay man or a straight man etc. Some would argue that this already happens in real life. However, the point here is that this principle has now become a formal aspect of the law. This constitutes a gross perversion of justice. It mirrors Islamic law, which mandates different punishments for the same crime, depending upon the religious background and the sex of both the perpetrator and the victim.

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