Germany: Still Too Much Free Speech, Says European Commission Against Racism & Intolerance Authored by Judith Bergman via The Gatestone Institute, The European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) recently published its sixth monitoring report on Germany. Even though Germany has some of the most repressive hate speech laws in Europe, ECRI decided that, according to it, […]

via Germany: Still Too Much Free Speech, Says European Commission Against Racism & Intolerance — International Free Press

Read this and share your thoughts on this, especially as this issue is just as hot here in Europe as in the US.

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And this is why in order to end racism, we need to get to the root of the problem. It starts with the history and then works its way towards the systems in our country that exists and the question of how it can be changed. It continues onto the politicians and leaders who are willing to change them. And lastly, the will of the man to change it. Without understanding these elements, we will never be able to find out how racism originated, we will never be able to understand the cultural and historic backgrounds of each ethnic group and we will never be able to understand the history. While some say “History is history; it’s the future we’re worried about,” we should use this moment and learn about the past in the present- right now. Only then will we be sure about our future, living in peaceful existence and harmony.

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