Soddy Barbaria Declares Jihad on Satire

Hungary asks concerning immigration: “What’s wrong with the Swedes?” 

The Hungarian government is openly asking “What’s wrong with the Swedes?”…. while the leader of Poland’s governing Law and Justice Party has said his country must avoid Western Europe’s “social diseases”…. Hungarian government spokesman Zoltán Kovács posed the question: “Why are these senior Swedish figures portraying Hungary as Europe’s bogeyman, spreading falsehoods and distorting facts about our government’s policies on migration?…

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Nine year-old child gang-raped, eyes gouged out and murdered in Indian-administered Kashmir

Should read Moslem occupied Kashmir.

Malaysia goes full sharia:

Malaysian Islamic Court Canes Two Women for Alleged Lesbian Sex Attempt

Disagree with public caning and you could easily find yourself accused of being anti-Islam for disagreeing with it.

Saudi Prince Declares War on Cyber Satire

Saudi Arabia to punish “content that ridicules, mocks and disrupts religious values” with 5 years, $800,000 fine

Yep. The fake news industrial complex tried to sell this despot as a “reformer” and a “human rights” champion.

“Producing and distributing content that ridicules, mocks, provokes and disrupts public order, religious values and public morals through social media … will be considered a cybercrime punishable by a maximum of five years in prison and a fine of three million riyals ($800,000).”

Remember this one the next time you hear about how the Kingdom is “modernizing.” But the implications are larger than that. Right now, nearly everyone takes for granted that one must not ridicule or mock or otherwise provoke Islam. Can criminal penalties be far behind in the West? Ridiculous, right? Preposterous, no? Is it really, however, nowadays when having the wrong political opinions can get one deplatformed and denied services by the social media and online fundraising giants? If it is already an open-and-shut case, as far as the social media giants are concerned, that it is wrong to criticize Islam and violent jihad, then criminal penalties are just the next step. Watch this space — while you can.

Online satire that “disrupts public order” is now punishable with up to five years in prison, the Saudi Arabia public prosecutor said Tuesday, as the kingdom seeks to end dissent questioning its absolute monarchy.

“Producing and distributing content that ridicules, mocks, provokes and disrupts public order, religious values and public morals through social media … will be considered a cybercrime punishable by a maximum of five years in prison and a fine of three million riyals [$800,000],” AFP reports the public prosecution declared.

The social networks falling under the purview of the new law includes Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram and Snapchat.

Declaring the end of online humor is just the latest step from Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s attempts to put his mark on Saudi Arabia.

Sweden, continued:

Those who support immigration, including in this case members of the Swedish government, will not shy away from falsehoods and politically-motivated criticisms of democratically elected governments that, in representing the will of the citizens, oppose mass immigration and open borders

Sweden — like many countries that are afflicted with globalist leaders — does not grasp the difference between responsible immigration and reckless immigration. Swedish leaders have traded their democratic heritage for an anything-goes brand of multiculturalism; that’s what’s wrong with Sweden. Given its current, chaotic state, there may as well be no jails in Sweden and no application process for potential immigrants, since many no-go zones have spread into once-peaceful areas, are like war zones and jihadists are running free. In fact, “shootings, hand-grenade attacks and gang warfare have made some city areas no-go zones.” It certainly is not Hungary that is “Europe’s bogeyman”; it’s now Sweden (Germany and the UK), thanks to indiscriminate immigration policies.

The Hungarian Foreign ministry “cited Sweden’s Minister for Migration Helene Fritzon as criticizing Hungary’s immigration policy,” but there may be hope for Sweden yet, as election day is approaching, with the “Euroceptic” Sweden Democrats becoming significantly popular, with talks circulating of a future possible “Swexit.”

“Hungary Asks ‘What’s Wrong with the Swedes?’ as Poland Vows to Avoid Western Europe’s ‘Social Diseases,’” by Jack Montgomery, Breitbart, September 4, 2018:

The Hungarian government is openly asking “What’s wrong with the Swedes?” as the Scandinavian country’s pro-immigration government lashes out at Budapest, while the leader of Poland’s governing Law and Justice Party has said his country must avoid Western Europe’s “social diseases”.

In a public blog post on the official About Hungary website, Hungarian government spokesman Zoltán Kovács posed the question: “Why are these senior Swedish figures portraying Hungary as Europe’s bogeyman, spreading falsehoods and distorting facts about our government’s policies on migration? Could it have something to do with the fact that the country faces general elections on September 9th?”

Sweden’s ambassador to Hungary was recently summoned by the Central European country’s foreign minister, Péter Szijjártó, after his Swedish counterpart Margot Wallstrom claimed Hungary was forming an alliance with Italy’s Matteo Salvini against “democrats and the left” and told them to “bring it on”.

“Those who support immigration, including in this case members of the Swedish government, will not shy away from falsehoods and politically-motivated criticisms of democratically elected governments that, in representing the will of the citizens, oppose mass immigration and open borders,” railed Kovács, asserting that his government’s policy is to oppose illegal mass migration, not democracy.

He also repeated Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s claim that France’s Emmanuel Macron has become the EU’s globalist-in-chief, but quoted Foreign Minister Szijjártó’s suggestion that “the northern countries are also attempting to gain as much credit as possible in this battle by… launching a competition about who can criticise the countries of Central Europe to the greatest extent.”

To this Kovács added: “Thus far, Sweden seems to be winning this miserable game.”….