The Framework decision below is a sharpening of a Joint action/96/443/JHA of 15 July 1996 adopted by the Council on the basis of Article K.3 of the Treaty of the European Union.

Herein is stated: “providing information to another Member State to enable that Member State to initiate, in accordance with its law, legal proceedings or proceedings for confiscation in cases where it appears that tracts, pictures or other material containing expressions of racism and xenophobia are being stored in a Member State for the purposes of distribution or dissemination in another Member State.”
Comment
I see this as a clear signal that whatever a blogger legally writes in Denmark can be destroyed by the verdict of e.g. a British judge, if it is offensive according to British law. Legal proceedings even mean that a British judge will be able to convict the Dane according to British law and vice versa.

It could, of course be of help, if it were to tackle the many racist pronouncements and the hate speech by immigrants against native Europeans. However, that is not the way it works! These decisions – like The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights – is directed against indigenous Europeans protesting against being exposed to the immigrants´racism and violence in order to secure the multicultural, pseudoreligious world state of the New World Order.

The Framework Decision on Racism and Xenophobia of the European Council on 19th April 2007

Pending the lifting of some Parliamentary reservations, the Council reached a general approach on this Framework Decision.

The text establishes that the following intentional conduct will be punishable in all EU Member States:

Publicly inciting to violence or hatred , even by dissemination or distribution of tracts, pictures or other material, directed against a group of persons or a member of such a group defined by reference to race, colour, religion, descent or national or ethnic origin.

Publicly condoning, denying or grossly trivialising

– crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes as defined in the Statute of the International Criminal Court (Articles 6, 7, 8 ) directed against a group of persons or a member of such a group defined by reference to race, colour, religion, descent or national or ethnic origin, and

– crimes defined by the Tribunal of Nüremberg (Article 6 of the Charter of the International Military Tribunal, London Agreement of 1945) directed against a group of persons or a member of such a group defined by reference to race, colour, religion, descent or national or ethnic origin.

Member States may choose to punish only conduct which is either carried out in a manner likely to disturb public order or which is threatening, abusive or insulting.

The reference to religion is intended to cover, at least, conduct which is a pretext for directing acts against a group of persons or a member of such a group defined by reference to race, colour, descent, or national or ethnic origin.

Comment: Not the violence or the burning of the car are punishable by 1-3 years of imprisonment – but reporting about it and stating that this behaviour is in accordance with the Holy Quran, which actually commands this kind of behaviour (e.g. sure 2:190-193, 2: 216, 2:218, 3:82, 3:119, 3:122, 3:151, 8:39, 9:5, 9:29, 9:133 etc.)

Member States will ensure that these conducts are punishable by criminal penalties of a maximum of at least between 1 and 3 years of imprisonment.

The Framework Decision will not have the effect of modifying the obligation to respect fundamental rights and fundamental legal principles, including freedom of expression and association, as enshrined in Article 6 of the Treaty of the EU.

Member States will not have to modify their constitutional rules and fundamental principles relating to freedom of association, freedom of the press and the freedom of expression.

After its adoption, Member States will have 2 years to comply with the Framework Decision.

Statement to be inserted in the minutes of the Council at the time of the adoption of the Framework Decision:

“On (date) the European Council of Ministers has adopted a Framework Decision on Combating certain forms and expressions of Racism and Xenophobia by means of criminal law. The aim of this Framework Decision is to approximate criminal law provisions and to combat racist and xenophobic offences more effectively by promoting a full and effective judicial cooperation between Member States.

The Framework Decisions deals with such crimes as incitement to hatred and violence and publicly condoning, denying or grossly trivializing crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. The Framework Decision is limited to crimes committed on the grounds of race, colour, religion, descent or national or ethnic origin. It does not cover crimes committed on other grounds e;g; by totalitarian regimes. However, the Council deplores all of these crimes.

The Council invites the Commission to examine and to report to the Council within two years after the entry into force of the Framework Decision, whether an additional instrument is needed, to cover publicly condoning, denying or grossly trivializing crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes directed against a group of persons defined by other criteria that race, colour, religion, descent or national or ethnic origin such as social status or political convictions.

The Berlin declaration adopted on 25 March 2007 stated that “European integration shows that we have learnt the painful lessons of a history marked by bloody conflict“. In that light the Commission will organise a public European hearing on crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes committed by totalitarian regimes as well as those who publicly condone, deny, grossly distort or trivialize them, and emphasizes the need for appropriate redress of injustice and – if appropriate – submit a proposal for a framework decision on these crimes.”

Comment
This ritual language is symptomatic of the illuminist (explanatory statement) background of these globalists, i.e. our elected prime ministers!!!, in their pseudoreligious striving for their multicultural world state. Danes and the Irish still have the option to preserve our protection against this dictatorship.
However, our governments will try to wring this protection away from us – through our very last referenda.
After that we shall have no other expediency than to be silent and let Islam have a free hand without protests.
According to paragraph 52, subsection 1 of the EU “Charter of Fundamental Rights” the EU has a free hand to prosecute the freedom of expression, if it is in the interest of the EU!!!