ECtHR thinks that “freedom of expression” includes the right to thrust sodomy propaganda at school children. Only the Russian judge objects.

russia_homphobiabully_ap_im_12The (by now, thanks to a long series of ideoligy-driven judicial miscarriages) deservedly infamous European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has delivered yet another outrageously silly judgment. In the case of Bayev and others v.Russia it has decided that a Russian Law that was enacted to protect minors agaist the propaganda and recruitment tactics of sodomites failed to serve a legitimate aim and therefore violated the freedom of expression of the applicants, three “LGBT Rights activists”. Continue reading

European Parliament: the nice videos you will soon not see anymore

With the coming into force of the EP’s new Rule 165, the President (or whoever presides over a session of the plenary or a committee at any time) will have the right to interrupt live broadcasting of the session in case of “defamatory, racist or xenophobic language or behavior” by a member. Furthermore, the president may decide, “to delete from the audiovisual record of the proceedings” the parts in question. Continue reading

EU Fundamental Rights Commissioner uses alarmist tactics to push fake rights

BELGIUM-EU-POLITICSThe EU’s Commissioner for for Fundamental Rights, Gender etc, Vera Jourová has issued a call to “action in defence of fundamental rights, democracy and the rule of law”. Speaking at the 10th anniversary ‘celebrations’ of the deviant EU Fundamental Rights Agency in Vienna, Ms Jourová outlined an agenda which really amounts to the Commission attacking freedom of expression and traditional values. Continue reading

Danish dhimmis protect the Quran, but not the Bible…

23denmark-01-master768A man who set fire on a copy of the Quran is the first Danish national charged with blasphemy in 46 years.

The 42-year-old man, who remains unidentified, filmed himself burning the Muslim holy book in his garden in north Jutland in December 2015, and then posted the video on Facebook.

In 1997, a Danish artist burned a copy of the Bible on a news show by a state broadcaster but was not charged.

Some religions enjoy the protections of the law, others not.