To remove laws restricting expression of so-called "racist" or "racialist" ideas. Laws of the sort complained of restrict free speech in what is still an essentially European society.

Why is this idea important?

It cannot be right in a supposedly "democratic" European society to restrict speech or print which favours a fundamentally european society (both culturally European and ethnically European).

such laws have been misused repeatedly over the past many years, as in the attempts to criminalize Nick Griffin, the BNP leader. All but one such attempt failed thanks to that marvellous institution, the British jury, but the fact that the very oppressive and politicized Crown Prosecution Service made the attempts is telling.

The United States has no such prohibition; neither should the UK.

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