May 20, 2017
Ask the BBC about this, and you might lose your job.
If stupid goyim can say what they want, it’s just a slippery slope to the gas chambers – because White people are genetically predisposed to not understand that we’re all the same.
The BBC has revealed it will use people’s “personal information” to “stop” them being “disruptive” or “offensive” online, as well as threatening to inform users employer if they are perceived to have broken the law.
The national broadcaster revealed the threat in a new 28-page ‘Privacy and Cookies Policy’ document, which contained a section on “offensive or inappropriate content”.
“If you post or send offensive, inappropriate or objectionable content anywhere on or to BBC websites or otherwise engage in any disruptive behaviour on any BBC service, the BBC may use your personal information to stop such behaviour”, the section claimed.
In Britain the speech laws are so demented that you don’t even have to be “racist” or “sexist” or whatever to be arrested, just being mean is enough to have police knocking at your door at four in the morning.
This is what we call the “nanny state” AKA the “Hey! Teacher! Leave those kids alone! State.”
Britain doesn’t have any serious crimes going on, so it’s good for the cops to stretch out their legs from time to time.
It is unclear how the BBC would deploy user’s personal information to alter their behaviour online, and there are not detail given as to what actions they would include within the broad and subjective bracket of “offensive, inappropriate or objectionable”.
The threat to contract third parties such as “your employer, school email/internet provider or law enforcement agencies” about “content and your behaviour” is limited to “where the BBC reasonably believes that you are or may be in breach of any applicable laws”.
However, why the BBC might want to peruse people via their job or education – rather than allowing the criminal justice system to run its course – is also unclear.
It’s only unclear if you have the White Privilege to not see clearly how your hatred genocides people of color, minorities, women, human rights and the environment.
Shame on you!
The world is hell for anyone who isn’t a White man
They give the example of a post that “may be defamatory”, but do not rule out perusing people for so-called “hate crimes”, which are recorded as a crime so long as they are “perceived” as hateful by the “victim”, with no evidence required.
Furthermore, the phrases “reasonably believes” and “may be in breach” appear to give the BBC the ability to interpret the law themselves, and even scope to potentially ruin lives or reputations when the law has not, in fact, been breached.
All White people are racist, so they’re guilty by default of any hate crime law there is.
What’s so complicated, goyim?
Learn the facts!
Personally, I’m very happy about this. I’m one of those “the worst things are, the better” people, and I know that for every person who gets arrested under these Orwellian laws there’s a few dozen friends and family members who go from being indifferent to disliking or even hating the System. Measures like these are our best recruitment tool, and we should support them whenever we can.
The two most important things we can do at this stage is organize and radicalize, and if the kikes who run our countries want to help us with the latter, I see no problem with it.
If you scribble “nigger” on the wall in a public toilet in London, it’ll get more coverage from the BBC than this girl did.