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Marxist Symbols Banned in Europe
04-13-2014, 02:12 AM
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Marxist Symbols Banned in Europe
Marxist Symbols Banned in Europe

It's amusing to see Jews in the Media saying it's okay to ban Nazi symbols, but they protest is when Poland's right-wing party amends an EU hate law to ban Marxist symbols.

The Marxists sure do come out of the woodwork.

Poland's right-wing people's government has banned Marxist symbols, just as the EU has forced every EU nation to ban Nazi symbols a few years ago, Poland has directly equated Nazism with Marxism to counter the Jews.,00.html

Quote:Vestiges of 'Genocidal System'
Poland to Ban Communist Symbols

By Andrew Curry
Reforming Poland's hate-crime legislation may mean criminalizing communism. An amendment to the criminal code awaiting the president's signature would ban a broad category of communist symbols. Left-wing politicians say the law does more to violate human rights than protect them.

Poland is on the verge of banning communist symbols in a change to the country's penal code that could make everything from the hammer and sickle and red star to Che Guevara t-shirts illegal.

The amendment would adjust the country's hate-crime legislation to criminalize the "production, distribution, sale or possession ... in print, recordings or other means of fascist, communist or other symbols of totalitarianism." The punishment could be a fine or up to two years in prison. Exceptions could be made for artistic, educational, collecting or research purposes.

Elzbieta Radziszewska, the Polish government's special representative for equal rights issues and a member of the country's ruling Civic Platform (PO) party, proposed the changes to the law in the spring. It has enjoyed broad support from other Civic Platform politicians as well as members of the conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party, of which Polish President Lech Kaczynski was formerly a member. The two parties control 375 of the 460 seats in the Polish parliament.

The amendment would beef up an existing hate-crime law that banned "public propagation of fascist and other totalitarian systems." Similar bans on symbols of the Nazi era exist elsewhere in Europe, including Germany, but the breadth of Poland's law -- and its application to symbols of communism -- is unusual.

'Communism Comparable to Nazism'

When the changes to the law were passed by the Polish parliament in early November, Jaroslaw Kaczynski -- the president's twin brother and head of the Law and Justice party -- spoke strongly in support of it. "Communism was a genocidal system that led to the murder of tens of millions of people,"

PiS head Jaroslaw Kaczynski said. "No symbol of communism has a right to exist in Poland, because these are symbols of a genocidal system that should be compared to German Nazism.",00.html
This is the hottest topic in the EU right now as European nations elect righ-wing White parties all across the continent.

Jews never in a million years would have thought this would happen. This is the first step to banning Marxism, banning Jewish Extremism who led Maxism rise.
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