In most of Europe stringent laws funnel our thoughts through the globalist matrix. Expressing thoughts not keeping with the approved cultural Marxism narrative is illegal.
Marine Le Pen, for example, will face trial for comparing Muslim occupation to Nazi occupation.
Le Pen took note of the grating street prayers of Muslims and thought -- aloud -- that such obnoxiousness was reminiscent of Nazi troops dominating the daily lives of French people.
What exactly did Le Pen say?
"For those who like to talk about World War II, to talk about occupation, we could talk about, for once, the occupation of our territory," she said.
"It is an occupation of part of the territory, suburbs where religious law is applied. Sure, there are no armoured vehicles, no soldiers, but it is an occupation nonetheless and it weighs on residents."
That, prosecutors determined, constitutes inciting racial hatred.
Le Pen heads France's National Front political party.
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The move to put her on trial comes after the the European Parliament has stripped National Front leader of her immunity as a lawmaker In July 2013.
That decision left her open to face prosecution in France.
The populist far-right leader, who was first elected to the European Parliament in 2004, has said that the move by the EU was an attempt to "intimidate" her because she was "a dissident" and she invoked her right to freedom of expression.
"I will now defend myself in court and I am absolutely convinced that it will rule in my favour and defend my right to tell the French the truth about the situation," she said at the time.
Le Pen believes her views are shared by "a majority of French people" and that the lawmakers' vote "will bring to the fore the issue of daily violations against secularism in France".
Tuesday's announcement will be a blow to the party just as it was hoping to build up momentum ahead of the regional elections in December and the presidential election in 2017, in which Le Pen is expected to perform strongly.
Some political analysts doubt however that putting Marine Le Pen on trial is the right move.
“She will no doubt try to turn this to her advantage and make herself out to be the victim of some kind of plot between the mainstream parties, who have had her right to free speech taken away from her,” French far-right specialist Jean-yves Camus told The Local.
“If they really wanted to deal with Marine Le Pen it would have been much wiser for the mainstream political parties to just concentrate on themselves and on what they say. For example, the more the centre-right party talks about Islam the more they give legitimacy to the National Front.”
But anti-racism campaigners say whether or not Le Pen's enjoy's the publicity, the right thing to do is put up before a judge.
"What Marine Le Pen said was disgraceful. When we take people to court as an organization we always ask ourselves: 'Is this person going to get publicity out of it and will they benefit?', but you cannot decide on these grounds," Philippe Schmidt from the International League against Racism and anti-Semitism (LICRA) told The Local.
"If the person simply has to be prosecuted for what they've said, then that's the most important factor to consider, especially if it's the state that is prosecuting. The most important thing to consider is not whether she will be able to claim she is a victim but simply whether what she said was illegal."
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