June 28, 2019
If Sweden were an anime, it would be this one. Because even though nothing funny ever happens, you just can’t stop laughing.
Try to, like, not use your real name online if you don’t live in a free country.
And by “free” I mean “not controlled by kikes.”
A 52-year-old Swedish man has been convicted for “hate” comments posted in a social media group, despite the comments having been written by other people.
The “hate” comments were written in the Facebook group “Stand up for Sweden” and contained material that was deemed to have broken Swedish law against threats or intimidation towards ethnic groups, Swedish broadcaster SVT reports.
Has this law ever been applied to any of the invaders attacking Swedes?
The 52-year-old, who was the administrator of the group, was found guilty of breaking the BBS Act of 1998, according to news website Nyheter Idag, which held him liable for not deleting the comments made in the group, even though he had not made them himself.
Should the case not be overturned by appeal in the supreme court, it will be the first conviction under the law.
And now, many, many more will follow.
Remember – once the Jews find a way to successfully jew you once, they just keep repeating it until 6 million of them get turned into detergent for absolutely no reason.
The 52-year-old denied having committed a crime saying that he had not even seen the comments that were highlighted and it was noted that the group has around 162,000 members and saw three million comments per year.
A witness from the NGO Juridik Fronten (Legal Front), a group which engages in “opinion-forming activities related to nationalist right-wing populism and violent offences”, claimed that they had sent a pdf file of hate comments to the defendant.
The man claimed that he had not opened the file, telling the court he did not open attachments from people he did not know and therefore had not seen the comments.
What do you wanna bet that this (((NGO))) sent him a PDF hoping he wouldn’t open it, and they could use him to set a precedent for this idiotic law?
After finding the 52-year-old guilty, the court sentenced him to 60 days of daily fines, a conditional sentence, and required him to pay 40,250 Swedish kronor (£3,425/$4,347) for legal fees.
One day, meanspeaking online will carry the death penalty, trust me.
They do that everywhere they gain enough power.
The case was reported to police initially by the online social justice activist group Näthatsgranskaren which has been touted as being responsible for a rise in investigations and prosecutions for online hate speech in Sweden.
The group was founded in 2017 by former police officer Tomas Åberg who described the group’s work in 2018 saying: “We have developed a programme that searches for criminal networks on social media by searching for keywords, combinations of words, and phrases that can constitute criminal acts.”
There are creatures out there who literally make (((a living))) from getting old people prosecuted for posting online.
And there are people, many people, who honestly think they’re building some kind of utopia by doing this.
And the only good thing I can say about that is that those are gonna be the first people to get killed in the so-called “utopia.”
If Hitler were alive today, he’d be a very sad panda