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July 29, 2007

Find the Felony

Via Michelle Malkin, which one of these represents a felony in America:

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Submersing a crucifix in urine.

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Torching Old Glory.

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Putting the Dark Ages version of Mein Kampf in the toilet.

Pace University student Stanislav Shmulevich knows the answer. He is facing not one but two felony charges for his tasteless prank with a Koran.

His Pace campus is in Manhattan, where nearly 3,000 Americans were murdered by Muslims not so very long ago. Nonetheless, dhimmitude has taken such deep root that the film Obsession, which describes the threat of radical Islamists, could not be shown there.

The purpose of dhimmitude is to subject us infidels to lives of shameful subservience. It's working.

On a tip from Wiggins.

Posted by Van Helsing at July 29, 2007 8:38 PM

Comments

This is crazy. A crime has to be against a person or a person's property. Or that's the way it should be. If the premise of this law is to punish a person for actions that harm no one but upset the sensibilities of some, the precedent is a frightening blow to freedom. There has to be actual harm to actual human beings for there to be a crime. The precident of this kind of law can only institutionalize tyranny.

Posted by: Kevin at July 29, 2007 8:59 PM

"this kind of law can only institutionalize tyranny"

I couldn't agree more Kevin. And it's the worst kind of tyranny - pure self-hating moonbattery.

I'll go out on the hopeful limb here and say this one is going to backfire on the dhimmis at Pace who let it happen.

Posted by: forest at July 29, 2007 9:53 PM

CAIR is also declaring that Islamic Rage Boy is hate speech.

Posted by: Panday at July 30, 2007 3:20 AM

The best comment on this event I've found (so far) was posted by Bryan on Hotair.com. To wit:

"Hate ought not be a crime. It’s an emotion. Hate can lead to crimes, but so can many other emotions and attitudes that we haven’t (yet) criminalized. Greed, envy, lust, jealousy — all of these can lead to crimes just as often, if not more often, than hate does. Are we going to criminalize all of them, too?"

Posted by: H at August 2, 2007 4:44 PM