Jews not Prosecuted for Violating Canada’s Hate Laws
June 13th, 2010
Canada’s so-called “hate laws” have for long been among the most draconian and tyrannical in the world, including the establishment of extra-legal kangaroo courts called “Human Rights Tribunals” that have all the powers of a court. The purpose of these infamous tribunals is to silence all criticism of the Canadian government’s racial and immigration polices, but more particularly to silence any criticism of Israel or the Jews. Not too surprisingly, one of these tribunals has decided that Jewish hatred of non-Jews should get the blind eye.
According to the Canadian National Post: “The Canadian Jewish Congress says the Toronto Police Service is pushing anti-hate law ‘to its most absurd level’ by listing ‘non-Jewish Shiksa’ as a victim category in its latest hate crime study. The statistical report reveals that officers investigated hate crimes in Toronto last year against such unusual victim groups as teachers, feminists, infidels, police, Nazis and pedophiles. But it is the redundantly named category of ‘non-Jewish Shiksa’ — a slur for a non-Jewish woman, from a Hebrew root meaning ‘a detested thing’ — that has especially baffled the CJC, a prominent advocate for stronger hate crime laws. ‘You just can’t apply it to literally everything,’ said CEO Bernie Farber.” (Read: You can’t apply it to Jews.)
The National Post goes on. “The 2009 shiksa incident, classified as mischief, happened in 53 Division, a central uptown area colloquially known among police as ‘Sleepy Hollow’ because it includes the city’s most pleasant residential communities, including some of the Jewish neighbourhoods around Bathurst and Lawrence. It is not known whether a charge was laid, or a prosecution successful.” (I would love to know the details of that “incident.”)
Nowhere else is the liberal hypocrisy of so-called “hatecrime” laws more blatantly on display than in cases where the Jews are involved.
For starters. the entire Jewish religion is, of course, based on a concept of racial supremacy. The Jews seriously believe they are better than the rest of humanity. Yet I very much doubt that any rabbis will be summoned before any Canadian Human Rights Tribunals any time soon for possession of the Babylonian Talmud. (Although a few years ago some legislators in Russia did attempt to outlaw the Talmud as “hate literature”.)
Jews habitually refer to other people as Goyim, “stupid cattle”, but for some reason that never appears on any official list of legally banned racial slurs. Apparently, in Canada, it is quite all right to call any non-Jewish woman a “side of beef” or “slab of meat,” which is what shiksa means in Yiddish. Presumably it’s also acceptable to refer to some Jewish slut’s Gentile toy boy lover as a shaygets, which is another Yiddish term of opprobrium referring to a portion of a male animal’s anatomy. (That’s animal, not human. The Jews repeatedly refer to non-Jews as animals, but apparently that’s not “hate”.)
In Leo Rosten’s famous work The Joys of Yiddish, I noticed that almost a third of all the words listed in Rosten’s lexicon are terms of insult, abuse, degradation, opprobrium and belittlement. Do police get special training to arrest these Jewish haters, speaking Yiddish? Of course not. The hate crime laws are designed to oppress and humiliate White people, who lose their temper and say what they really think of the Third Worlders destroying their homeland. All other cases are unimportant.