Adam Piggott

Gentleman adventurer

Beware of the soul readers.

soul reader

I searched for “soul reader hate crime’ on google and I got the actual image of the woman who came up with this law.

Nottinghamshire in the UK has become the first judicial code to record misogyny as a hate crime. Apparently they have an entire task-force ready to go which will descend on the streets to sniff out all this terrible hatred with the sort of ferocity that SJWs wet themselves about on a regular basis.

“Oh, imagine when we’re in charge! Imagine when we can get back at all those horrible bullies who always picked me last for sports! Now they will feel my wrath and they will suffer …”

Of course, there is no similar law for misandry but that doesn’t count so it’s all good. Here’s the part of the piece that is really disturbing which was brought to my attention by Mike Cernovich:

A force spokesman said: “Nottinghamshire Police has been working hard to understand exactly what hate crime means to the people of Nottinghamshire and has a clear definition.

“A hate crime is simply any incident, which may or may not be deemed as a criminal offence, which is perceived by the victim or any other person, as being motivated by prejudice or hatred.”

If that’s their idea of a clear definition I’d hate to see what they classify as ambiguous. So it “may or may not be deemed as a criminal offence”. Talk about having a bet each way. And it is anything as being motivated by prejudice or hatred as “perceived by the victim”. How incredible. It seems that ordinary people can now look into another person’s very soul and easily identify his internal motivating behavior. I thought that the entire basis of law and due process itself was based upon the idea that this was not possible. I mean, why even have courts? You already know that they’re guilty due to your high level soul reading skill and the fact that you rolled a natural 20 and got a critical soul reading hit. Seems that you can just pass straight to the sentencing stage at this point.

But I left out one other tiny tidbit from that quote. Did you notice it?

“… which is perceived by the victim or any other person …”

How about that? This soul reading is getting out of control! I mean, you could be with your girlfriend and having an argument, and she turns to walk away, and you grab her arm, and she flings you off. No big deal, right? But then again, you were spotted by the thought police, (really – we’re talking about the actual thought police now), who read into your soul and saw that you were filled with hatred for a woman and … oh boy, you’re in the shit now. Before you know it you get the knock on the door and the summons to appear before their little “tribunal”.

“If the victim feels that this has happened because they are a woman then we will record it as a hate crime. This doesn’t necessarily mean that a criminal offence has been committed, but means we will carry out risk assessments and offer support as we would to any victim of a hate crime.”

Get your head around this – if you disagree with a woman on anything, if you criticize her work, if you laugh at her for anything at all, if you have any type of communication or interaction with a woman that she doesn’t like under these laws, you’re history, bud. Maybe you’re on a stage as part of a panel having a debate about any subject at all. You better not disagree with your female opponent. She might just take that as a hate crime because of her feelings. Holy cow, we’re basing laws on women’s feelings now. You better hope it’s not that time of the month if you know what I mean, nudge nudge, wink wink. Heaven help you if you’re really effective at scuttling her insipid arguments and the poor thing cries on stage. Oh, the hatred! Oh, the prejudice! Oh, the misogyny!

Nottinghamshire Police is recording incidents such as wolf whistling, street harassment, verbal abuse and taking photographs without consent within the hate crime definition.

It also includes unwanted sexual advances, uninvited physical or verbal contact and using mobile phones to send unwanted messages.

Taking photographs without consent? There you are, a humble landscape photographer, out and about and getting photos of a new council estate. Then at 5am you get the knock on the door and it’s off to the tribunal for you! You took a woman’s photograph without her consent! Hate crime! She looked into your soul and knew that you were going to go home and do horrible things with her very own image! You disgusting pervert!

There exists an interesting intellectual conundrum whereby if you have been labelled as crazy you are not able to prove that you are sane by acting calm and demonstrating rational behavior because anyone who is insane by rights would do exactly the same thing. Or something like that.

Here too we witness that conundrum. How would you prove that you had no malicious intent? Do you see what has happened? The burden of proof has been reversed! You must prove that your intentions were noble and innocent. Your accusers do not have to prove that you are guilty. And why would they need to anyway?

For they are the soul readers.


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  1. This law will have a disparate impact on people of colour. Apart from that, I see no upside.

  2. Matt

    At least in the U.S. we have the First Amendment along with the rest of the Bill of Rights. While it gets ignored too often, it’s still a lot more than you poor Commonwealth sods have,

    • Adam

      Let’s hope that you guys can hang onto it.

  3. tomsmith

    The American constitution is pretty worthless at this point. Most of it has been circumvented by politicians and lawyers. I am sure you will have similar coming down the line.

    But really this kind of thing is insane. Hate crime IS thought crime. It is your thought that is the crime, not the actual crime. You get extra punishment for thinking in the wrong way..utterly crazy

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