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Date  2020-09-04 10:32:04

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  • Newsbot: Rights group urges defence minister to turn cases of racism in the ranks over to police

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    2020-09-04 11:32:04

  • llama66: Also, serving members of the Military fall under the Defense Act, ergo.. They must be investigated by and tried under the Military Justice System.
  • Thanos: Rights group wrong, because it's not illegal to be a racist. It's not criminal to have any kind if thought, no matter how dark and evil the particular thought might be. Only the violent acts themselves that racists commit are illegal, and they're already amplified in terms of punishment by existing hate crimes laws. So this "rights" group is basically advocating punishment for what they consider to be thought-crime. And ignoring the reality that the employer these days, especially an arm of the government, will rapidly throw out of service anyone who announces these kinds of thoughts in public or is found to belong to a racist organization.

    The consequences are already there, but the hard left wants any thought that it's opposed to criminalized. Take this far enough and the woman in DC (a genuine hero IMO) who refused to raise her fist in support of BLM, even though she's already a BLM supporter who attended protests against police brutality, could one day be marched up the steps of a guillotine for not being "correct" enough. This is where the left always kills itself and disgraces it's own cause, in that the will ALWAYS depart from the logical real-world things that can be done and instead turn to purity testing. Idiots. :roll:
  • DrCaleb: "Thanos" said
    Rights group wrong, because it's not illegal to be a racist.


    The Simon Wiesenthal Center is right to call out:

    "Change needs to happen. It needs to be decisive," Kirzner-Roberts told CBC News. "We need to end this culture of tolerance for neo-Nazis and neo-Nazi activities within our Armed Forces and it needs to be done now."

    Because they have seen where tolerance of Neo-Nazis in the ranks of a countries armed forces leads. They aren't saying it's illegal, they are saying it's not appropriate for serving members. Go be nazis somewhere else.

    The rest of your post T, is just push back for what you see as intolerance leading to more opposite intolerance. But that has never happened, anywhere but the USA.
  • raydan: If someone is Neo-Nazis, do I actually need another reason to kick him out of my house?

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