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Dec 17 2021

Dutch Judge Forbids Comparing Unvaxxed to Jews

“Never again,” they said after the Holocaust. That didn’t last. Now, it is illegal to prevent it from happening again by objecting that a disfavored group has been systemically demonized and oppressed by the authorities.

Ironically but unsurprisingly, ultraliberal Holland leads the march back into tyranny — and on behalf of Jews — by forbidding right-leaning politician Thierry Baudet from drawing an obvious parallel on Twitter between anti-Semitic oppression and alarmingly repressive Covid measures.

Associated Press reports:

Among the tweets was one that called people who are not vaccinated against the coronavirus “the new Jews, the exclusionists who look the other way are the new Nazis and NSBers.” NSB is the acronym for the National Socialist Movement, the Dutch branch of the Nazi party.

As if to confirm this, an unnamed judge ruled that Baudet’s viewpoint “goes beyond what can be justified in the interests of robust public debate.”

The court ordered Baudet to remove the tweets from his Twitter feed within 48 hours. If he does not, he must pay 25,000 euros ($28,000) each day that they remain online. …

Baudet is leader of the right-wing populist party Forum for Democracy which has five seats in the lower house of Dutch parliament.

The Jewish groups that started the civil case against Baudet welcomed the ruling, saying in a statement that it “made an important contribution to indicating the limits of the public debate.”

Unlimited public debate might have saved a few lives during the Holocaust. But authoritarians didn’t allow it.

On a tip from Dragon’s Lair.


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2 Responses to “Dutch Judge Forbids Comparing Unvaxxed to Jews”

  1. […] As they used to bark in the Third Reich, “Ihre Papiere bitte!” But watch the Nazi comparisons in Holland, where they are forbidden. […]


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