Is Genocide A Hate Crime?

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ANSWER: Not according to television.

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Pittsburgh synagogue suspect identified as Robert Bowers

Television will devote a lot of time to the synagogue shooting because a right-wing nut job did the killing, not because Jews were killed.

The most troubling thing about television is that genocide against Jews gets a lot less coverage than does a cop killing one black man in self-defense —— ditto killing a homosexual. Indeed, killing a black man, or a homosexual, have a category all of their own —— HATE CRIME. It seems to me that genocide against Jews qualifies as a hate crime. From the little I have seen on TV the hate crime label never escapes a media mouth.

All things considered, I concluded that to be a hate crime one cop must kill one black man.

Parenthetically, hate crime is a bigger travesty than hate speech. Murder is murder. Codifying “Hate Crimes” is discriminatory in that it makes one victim more important than another in the eyes of the law. If ever the slippery slope argument was applicable it is convicting an accused defendant based on motive alone. One unrelated remark defined as hate speech made by a defendant years before he was arrested and tried can be used to prove he or she committed a hate crime.

The logic used by liberals never cease to amaze me; never more than trying to pass “Hate Crime” legislation. Such philosophical legislation boggles the mind because it assigns a psychological motive to selected criminals.
The most outlandish example of defining a hate crime was the time President Clinton blamed Rush Limbaugh for the Oklahoma City Bombing.

According to President Clinton it was Rush’s conservative views that triggered hatred in Timothy McVeigh. Bubba apologized as soon as he realized he had a bull by the tail. After Clinton’s faux pas no one called the Oklahoma City Bombing a hate crime because the Clinton Administration did not want the public to know the reason McVeigh did it. Hating the federal government enough to blowup a federal building is not the place advocates of Hate Crime legislation want to go.

McVeigh was eventually punished for blowing up a federal building and killing 169 people. His trial and punishment were pure and simple —— unclouded by talk of a hate crime.

Finally, the Chicago sewer rat is still trying to pass himself off as this country’s spiritual leader. Most recently, he is doing a variation on the Clinton-Limbaugh accusation —— Trump-talk is responsible for the violence.

If you compare the things then-President Obama said and did to the things President Trump is saying and doing Charles Krauthammer nailed the rat pretty good:


Pay no attention to what he says. Watch what he does. Charles Krauthammer (1950-2018)​
 
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Another load of human rights excrement deposited by NYU:

The murderous attack in Pittsburgh should compel us to put those differences aside. This is a moment for our political leaders, including the President, to desist from any language that fuels discrimination or hatred of any kind. Words matter, especially those coming from our leaders. It’s also time for federal, state, and local agencies to enforce reporting requirements and pursue prosecutions of hate crimes, including anti-Semitic attacks. And it’s an opportune moment for the broad network of human rights advocates, here and abroad, to join the fight against the growing tide of anti-Semitism in the U.S. and worldwide.​
What in hell is a secretary of state for democracy?

I am the Jerome Kohlberg professor of ethics and finance at NYU Stern School of Business and director of the Center for Business and Human Rights. I served in the Obama Administration from September 2009 until March 2013, as the assistant secretary of state for democracy, hu... MORE​

Oct 28, 2018, 08:54pm​
Why Anti-Semitic Attacks Are Human Rights Violations -- And Should Be Treated That Way​
Michael Posner​
genocide (noun)​
The systematic and planned extermination of an entire national, racial, political, or ethnic group.​
Muslim Turks were guilty of the world’s first genocide based on religion decades before the word was coined in 1944.


See the still frame from the 1919 documentary film Auction of Souls:

The Forgotten Genocide: Why It Matters Today​
By Raymond Ibrahim on April 24, 2013​
Determining government mass killing comes and goes like the Summer wind. Basically, not every government slaughter is genocide. It depends upon who gets slaughtered.

I posted many, many messages about every aspect of governments killing their own citizens; too many to cover here. I could post a million words about genocide —— what it is and what it is not —— but I will only put up a few examples that I covered in the past 18 years.

I wonder how the "reliable black vote" would react if Hillary Clinton & Her Sisters explained that the "sacred sacrament of abortion" was devised by Margaret Sanger and her crowd as a means of genocide —— eradicate blacks in America?

In the not too distant future the number of deaths caused by the U.N.’s ban on DDT will overtake the number of deaths caused by all of the wars in history, yet not one bleeding heart liberal talks about lifting the ban. In fact, Democrats are so committed to the U.N.’s infallibility they dare not speak out against U.N. genocide.

Eugenics was the first attempt to excuse killing millions through selective breeding. Few fought against that ideology and the world got Nazi genocide.

Overpopulation will be the new justification for genocide at the same time Democrats in government refuse to control U.S. borders. There is definitely a global government plot hidden in that anomaly.

Pol Pot’s genocide was a result of the America Left engineering this country’s defeat in Vietnam. Pol Pot was a Communist in case you forgot. The American Left never fought against Communist genocide despite predictable results.

Ace reporter for the New York Times, Walter Duranty, covered up Soviet genocide long before Raphael Lemkin defined it:

. . . an artificial famine engineered by Stalin's regime which, by some accounts, cost more than 10 million lives.​
The famine was part of a war against peasant farmers, loathed by Stalin because they were hostile to communism.​

Ukrainians want pro-Stalin writer stripped of Pulitzer​
Askold Krushelnycky, Prague​
Sat 3 May 2003 20.59 EDT​
Bottom line: This U.S. should never pass a law against genocide when murder is sufficient. In addition, a law against genocide is too close to human rights and the United Nations.
 
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UPDATING HATE

Parenthetically, hate crime is a bigger travesty than hate speech. Murder is murder. Codifying “Hate Crimes” is discriminatory in that it makes one victim more important than another in the eyes of the law. If ever the slippery slope argument was applicable it is convicting an accused defendant based on motive alone. One unrelated remark defined as hate speech made by a defendant years before he was arrested and tried can be used to prove he or she committed a hate crime.
Whenever a single organization define anything the people in charge of that organization make the decisions for everybody. The SPLC is one such organization:



The Southern Poverty Law Center has become the go-to “expert” on “hate groups” for establishment media and companies such as Amazon, but when a Washington Post Magazine reporter was commissioned to produce an in-depth feature on the organization, he came away with a least some doubt about SPLC’s credibility as an arbiter of “hate.”​
The reporter, David Montgomery, clearly is an admirer of SPLC, but his article was titled “The State of Hate: Researchers at the Southern Poverty Law Center have set themselves up as the ultimate judges of hate in America. But are they judging fairly?”​
The Post writer points out that SPLC has expanded its scope of “hate groups” from the Ku Klux Klan and other white supremacists to conservative organizations that defend traditional marriage, opposed illegal immigration and warn of the threat of supremacist Islam to Western civilization.​

Now Washington Post questions SPLC's credibility​
Posted By Art Moore On 11/09/2018 @ 10:05 pm​

Note that the United Nations hierarchy ——not member states —— decide everything from the atmosphere’s temperature to mass migrations. Not only do those filthy bums define human rights, they created International law and a judicature to rule favorably on the U.N.’s political agenda, while lesser organizations like the SPLC are stuck with forcing their political agenda on a real judiciary.
 

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