By Tony Blizzard — (henrymakow.com) May 19, 2014
“Hate-speech” laws are in reality a program to force us to accept the actions of those who hate Christian culture.
They allow the Illuminati to destroy everything the western world holds sacred while criminalizing anyone who defends our cherished way of life. In the U.S., as far back as the 1930s, the question of whether hate should be outlawed had been broached by the enemies of truth, due largely to the Nazi movement in Germany and the America First movement’s exposures of Talmudic drum beating for U.S. involvement in WWII.
Patriots who saw no reason for America to enter that war–except to save communism–were rounded up and tried for sedition in a soviet style political show trial.
While every effort was made to present the defendants as haters of America, it was their internationalist accusers who harbored real hatred for our national principles.
The propaganda barrage stigmatizing patriots as “haters” only escalated when the globalist United Nations came into existence after that destructive war, which did save communism utilizing American might.
In a 1947 publication approved by Cardinal Spellman of New York, Rituale Romanum, the anti-hate issue was put into proper perspective.
“The long-range effects of this campaign [to criminalize selected hatreds] are even now evident. It is producing the ‘spineless citizen,’ the man who has no cultural sensibilities, who is incapable of indignation, who faces moral disaster, political disaster and impending world catastrophe with a blank and smiling countenance. He has only understanding for the enemies of his country, nothing but kind sentiments for those who would destroy his home and family. He is universally tolerant, totally unprejudiced. If he has any principles he keeps them well concealed. He is a faceless, characterless puttyman.”
Real men of that generation despised such people as “gutless wonders.” Today they are praised as “politically correct.”
G. K. Chesterton, always ahead of his time, mused: “Modern toleration is really a tyranny. It is a tyranny because it is a silence. To say that I must not deny my opponent’s faith is to say I must not discuss it.”