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Ziguem Switzerland?



The Lausanne court ruled that the Nazi salute is not always punishable, according to Fox News.

This is not the final straight. This is - the exit from the track, if in the language of auto racing. Apparently, the tragic comedy “Kranta Evropy” enters its final phase. Otherwise, this can not be regarded.

According to the decree, the traditional Nazi greeting is not racial discrimination if it reflects a person’s personal beliefs and is not aimed at spreading racist ideology.

Well, yes, the Nazis, by their personal convictions, everyone adores children and all vegetarians. And the rest is the machinations of the enemies of democracy and opponents of tolerance. Or what else to call it.

The ruling overturned a lower court decision issued earlier to a person who publicly demonstrated the Nazi salutation, accompanied by the statement "Heil Hitler" during the rally at the 150 man.

Yes, really, that clung? This scream does not call for killing blacks or anyone else there. True? True.
I did not expect that in a quiet and calm Switzerland, this would come out. Had a good time, didn’t put you in the death camps, tanks did not plow your banks ... A Pity. Then you would think, to whom you sing glory, idiots.

The gesture of the Nazi salute (“ridge” in Russian) is now a criminal offense in Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic. The rest, apparently, not to such details.

Apparently, the Swiss finally demolished the roof of his mind. Well, they did not have a spawn of Mazep, Shushkevich, Bander, who would fight the evil of the world. And apparently, I want to have this.

Gay, Europe, where are you going? Where is the limit of the fall of morality?

In April, 2014, the Russian State Duma adopted a law that introduces criminal penalties of up to five years in prison for rehabilitating Nazism. Here, lure, eat.

Apparently, in their sanctioning tricks, in Switzerland they reached the handle. All in Europe have calmed down, only the Swiss continued to invent more byaki to Russia.

But here you are boys and girls, in vain. This is an exhaustive search.

The first deputy chairman of the State Duma Committee on Public Associations and Religious Organizations, Mikhail Markelov (EP), called the Swiss court decision on the resolution of the Nazi salute a "cynical and despicable approach." And for the first time in the last seven years, I agree with United Russia.

"There is a complete feeling that the world has gone mad, and Europe is racing by leaps and bounds into the embrace of Nazism. The Swiss decision, however, is not surprising: during the Great Patriotic War, the Nazis kept their money in Swiss banks. And it is quite likely that for Switzerland rather than the welfare of ordinary citizens, "- said RIA News Markelov.

In the State Duma they are outraged by the resolution of the Nazi salute in Switzerland. Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Security Committee Ernest Valeev said that such a decision of the court can only be surprising.

“The wording itself already contains a logical contradiction. The fact that a person acts according to convictions cannot affect the public’s assessment of this act. If there is an objective side in the actions themselves that contain signs of a crime, then the person did it because of personal convictions, or of any other convictions, in principle, for qualifying these acts as crimes, does not matter. Therefore, apart from surprise, this court decision can not cause anything, "said the deputy.

Well said. Because as a deputy. But I'm not a deputy, I will say simply: “Have you already been completely fucked there?”. This is no longer conchita, this is the end. The end of morality and ethics.

The impression that in five years Europe will turn into some kind of anomalous zone, where there is no place for anything human.
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  1. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 22 May 2014 06: 21
    +4
    Switzerland neutral, what to take from it? there and during the war, neutral Nazis treated and rested neutrally, so nothing new ...
  2. mig31
    mig31 22 May 2014 06: 23
    +2
    In this case, it is time to liberate Europe again, and the Victory Banner is relevant ...
    1. nika407
      nika407 22 May 2014 07: 13
      +2
      The Germans demand to stop Nazism in Ukraine. The German Foreign Minister is outraged by such impudence of the Germans and yells.

      but there are normal Germans there and come out on demonstrations against Nazism. So let Steinmeier even burst ...
  3. mamont5
    mamont5 22 May 2014 06: 38
    0
    "The impression is that in five years Europe will turn into some kind of anomalous zone, where there will be no place for anything human."

    In short, as soon as possible, turn to 180 and go east, and let Europe rot and gasp until it comes to its senses and crawls.
  4. Mihail29
    Mihail29 22 May 2014 06: 38
    +1
    These are all the fruits of US policy, to cultivate the same consumer society among our satellites and competitors, change school education so that such "people" appear, and most importantly the courts that make such decisions, by the way, we have the same complete mess with this in Russia ... (dancing right on war memorials or offering condoms to them, etc.)
    1. Lyokha79
      Lyokha79 22 May 2014 07: 37
      +1
      Yes, there is, but these disgusting antics, in Russia, are met with acute rejection of the population.
      In Europe, ultra-rightist moods are emerging, the result of a multi-stump policy. And Switzerland, which officially supported neutrality and did not know the horrors of war, made money in the accounts of the Nazis.
  5. Same lech
    Same lech 22 May 2014 06: 43
    +1
    After the triumph of END on EUROVISION, I won’t be surprised if EUROPE, in full force, goes to a crazy house.
  6. igor_m_p
    igor_m_p 22 May 2014 06: 44
    +1
    The gesture of the Nazi salute (“ridge” in Russian) is now a criminal offense in Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic. The rest, apparently, not to such details.


    The people in Switzerland do not like the Germans very much. In some ways, even stronger than Russian banderlogs. They prefer to correspond in French, although German is much closer to them. By the way, I don’t know how now, but until recently, Switzerland did not have its NATIONAL language, everyone tried to compose some kind of hybrid with something.
    Given the above, as well as the fact that Nazism is banned in Germany, this court decision could be taken purely in the peak of Germany.
  7. Alikovo
    Alikovo 22 May 2014 07: 13
    0
    all words about tolerance, human rights, democracy, freedom of speech will not bring Europe to good.
  8. Zomanus
    Zomanus 22 May 2014 07: 14
    0
    Well ... we know what to do.
  9. Russian jacket
    Russian jacket 22 May 2014 07: 15
    +1
    The formulation itself already contains a logical contradiction. The fact that a person acts out of convictions cannot be reflected in society's assessment of this act. If there is an objective side in the actions themselves, which contains signs of a crime, then whether the person did it for personal convictions, or from some other convictions, in principle, does not matter for qualifying these actions as crimes. Therefore, apart from surprise, such a court decision cannot cause anything, "the deputy said.

    He said correctly, only in Switzerland they don’t understand, there’s not enough drag angry
  10. just exp
    just exp 22 May 2014 07: 53
    +2
    in general, this Roman greeting, like the swastika, is not a Nazi, but a common Indo-European symbol, which is thousands of years old, the most ancient find of the swastika was in Transylvania and dated to 8 thousand BC .. and to write that the symbols themselves or greetings are a sign of the Nazi this is at least idiocy. in this case, you can write all Buddhists in the Nazis.
    it’s another matter when someone professes a racist ideology, here it is necessary to punish and punish severely, and there is nothing to do with the symbols, there, the tattered sector has neither swastika nor zig, but there is ideology.
    and then, judging purely by symbols, the Buddhist monk is a fascist, and the lawyer is a peaceful and decent citizen.
    "I myself am a Buddhist, the son of a monk, believe me, not everything is so simple here."
  11. rereture
    rereture 22 May 2014 08: 02
    +1
    I never thought that VO would be hysterical on such a ridiculous occasion.

    I don’t know what to call it, most likely cowardice, they are afraid of Nazi symbols to the shit, and shout what bad Swiss people are for allowing the use of the so-called "Roman salute". Prohibiting everything related to Nazism is like a war on monuments - stupid and graceless. Let's ban Mercedes?
  12. Cormorants
    Cormorants 22 May 2014 09: 23
    +1
    I would forbid to make this gesture as a fascist greeting. And so I consider the ban on it pointless, the ancient Germanic tribes used this gesture, with minor modifications it was used in the Roman Empire. If a person makes this gesture and pronounces fascist slogans, then yes, it must be punished. Just Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy distorted these gestures.
  13. Not angry
    Not angry 22 May 2014 11: 22
    +1
    According to historians, Hitler and his entourage were gay. We go further individual representatives of the gay junta + supporting geyropa. Taking events that are striking, one involuntarily raises the idea of ​​a gay and a fascist is the same thing.