Hate crime legislation is racist, and so are the people who support it


Hate crimes legislation is racist against the people it protects, and if by the end of this article you still don’t get it you’re hopeless.

Whenever I argue this point with someone, they always assume that I mean it’s racist against white people, and that I’m some kind of white supremacist asshole.

First, let’s look at the idea of protection. Protection is usually something you use to defend yourself against someone or something that you believe you cannot fend off on your own. We’ll skip over the pedantic bullshit and say that for the purpose of this article, protection constitutes a third party object, person, or device.

Hate crimes legislation offers extra protection to groups deemed to be in need of protection. For example, if a white person throws a rock at another white person, it’s just a regular crime. But if a white person throws a rock at a person who is a member of a “protected” group, it becomes a hate crime, and the victim is provided with all kinds of extra tools to punish the culprit.

Most people see this as treating non-protected groups as inferior, but if you look closer, it’s the exact opposite. By giving these groups extra protection, you’re actually saying that they’re inferior to the non-protected group and need an advantage to win against the culprit.

Imagine someone walking up to you and punching you in the face. You go to fight back, only to be stopped by someone else who tells you you’re too much of a pussy to win the fight without a weapon. They give you a set of brass knuckles and tell you that using them is the only way you’ll be able to beat the person. Yeah, that’s pretty much what hate crimes laws are: The government saying that minorities are inferior to whites, and thus must be given extra protection to beat them in court. The people passing these laws must be giggling like a bunch of school girls talking about their crushes. Minorities, they’re making fools out of you.

I want to put aside my purposeful racism for a minute and be completely down-to-earth about this. The whole intent behind these laws is to further divide the people and keep them fighting amongst themselves while the elite continues to chip away at the Bill of Rights and solidify their grip on society. In laymen’s terms, divide and conquer. Just because the public faces of this legislation may look like you or come from the same ethnic background as you doesn’t mean they give a shit about you. These people want a race war, because it will divert our attention away from them raping all of us in the ass, not to mention help cull the population and make it easier to subjugate us in the end. They’re capitalizing on bigotry to further their own fucked up agenda, and the best way to send the bigots into an uproar is to pass laws that protect the people they hate. The public faces may be “minorities” like you, but they’re just as complicit in this as the non-minorities. They don’t see you and I as white, black, Hispanic, or whatever. They see us all as servants.

Disregard all that, I’m the racist for thinking that these groups don’t need extra protection. Hey white people, instead of throwing rocks at random minorities, here’s some better people to throw rocks at:

Ban Ki Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations.

Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserve.

Abraham Foxman, Director of the Anti-Defamation League.

Al Gore, Global Warming Alarmist.

Kofi Annan, former Secretary-General of the United Nations and Morgan Freeman’s evil twin.

Fred Phelps, Founder of the Westboro Baptist Church. Doesn’t support hate crimes legislation, but should still have rocks thrown at him for being an asshole.

George Soros, rich businessman who wants to create a one-world government modeled after China.

Tony “Fuckears” Blair, former Prime Minister of Great Britain


By the way, this isn’t a private party. Pissed off minorities are more than welcome to join in on the fun. In fact, it’s encouraged. Let these assholes know that you’re not a bunch of weak pussies who need special protection.

The founder and owner of AJnet, and the current king of internet ranting. Hailing from the fine village of Northeast Philadelphia, AJ has been creating content on the internet for over 15 years. None of it has really been funny or entertaining, but he keeps trying anyway. When he’s not creating new articles for the site, he can be found watching anime or playing retro video games.