International Agreement That Makes “Racist” Comments Illegal in the Works

Some of us have predicted this was coming. The UN has been anxious to regulate the internet. New Zealand is “considering joining an international agreement” making it illegal to make a “racist” comment online. These people are nuts!

The turmoil they’re nurturing by continually ignoring the realities of race will continue to culminate until this world bursts at the seams with more global violence than we’ve seen in a long time. Perhaps that’s what they want. People of the same ethnic backgrounds often times find it most difficult to keep from killing one another in wars, yet these crackpots are going to continue to forcefully mix every possible ethnicity together.

They can’t control Negroes from burning and destroying major cities, but they’re damn sure going to try to put a stop to someone pointing out the people doing the burning, raping, murdering and destroying. It’s apparent that they’re hellbent on it, so we all know how these types of personalities are; they will not quit until they get what they want, or we die with them trying it. The schemers that want to breed whites out of existence with their psychopathic plan of globalization are nudging their way closer to making their dream our nightmare.

Thanks to DIEversity202.

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One Response to “International Agreement That Makes “Racist” Comments Illegal in the Works”

  1. This is a necessary step, since the internet is a global system. Obviously a regulating org is needed to insure that a global system has no opposition. Set the standards of civil behaviour because we all global n sheet.

    I’m Jewking of course, itz just a jewk. /\ \/

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