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Italy: jew politician wants to criminalize politically incorrect ideas and gestures

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The Italian parliament is discussing a bill that would ban "the propagation of Fascism and National Socialism". If the bill passes, then store owners who sell Mussolini memorabilia, or football supporters who perform the Roman salute, would be guilty of a crime, and could be sentenced to up to two years in prison.

The main backer of this disgraceful Orwellian bill is the despicable, anti-Italian, ethnocentric jew Emanuele Fiano:

The Italian parliament is currently discussing a bill that would ban propagation of “the images or contents of the Fascist Party or the German National Socialist Party.” A leading backer of the bill is Chamber of Deputies member Emanuele Fiano, who is Jewish and the son of a Holocaust survivor.
http://www.jta.org/2017/07/16/news-o...scist-messages

The jew Fiano's assault on freedom of expression has been met with opposition from Italians – i.e. real Italians, not jews living in Italy:

Predictably enough, Italy's conservative parties — who have an ambiguous but sometimes subtly sympathetic relationship with fascism — were outraged. "With this new law, my own existence would become illegal," said Alessandra Mussolini, the granddaughter of the dictator and a lawmaker with Silvio Berlusconi's center-right Forza Italia party, in a radio interview. Matteo Salvini, the leader of the anti-immigration Northern League, tweeted that it is "ridiculous" to prosecute someone just because he "wants to buy a lighter with [a picture of] Mussolini." The anti-establishment Five Star Movement, which eschews the left-right distinction, also issued a statement saying the bill violates freedom of expression.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...s-to-ban-them/

What do you think about this bill, folks? Should Italians be thrown in prison for performing the Roman salute, or for selling a cigarette lighter with a picture of Mussolini on it? All opinions are welcome.


Emanuele Fiano. "Trust me."





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