Anti-Masking Unmasked


A new anti-mask bill, H.R.6054 – Unmasking Antifa Act of 2018, is causing some controversy, mostly because it includes the word “antifa” in its title. The body of the bill doesn’t mention “antifa”. The core of it is instead stated in seemingly neutral terms:

Ҥ 250. Interference with protected rights while in disguise

“(a) In general.—Whoever, whether or not acting under color of law, while in disguise, including while wearing a mask, injures, oppresses, threatens, or intimidates any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured to him by the Constitution or laws of the United States, or because of his having so exercised the same, shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 15 years, or both.

Anti-mask laws aren’t new. Dishonest discussion of them swirls around the judeo-liberal charade known as “civil liberties” or “equal rights”. Taken at face value, the bill only reinforces existing “rights” laws. These laws are interpreted to privilege “protected classes” over Whites. Critics of the bill use this same “rights” rhetoric, fretting that the law will somehow infringe these existing anti-White “rights”. Republican Congressmen Are Pushing Anti-Antifa Bill is a typical jewsmedia example:

The legislation, which could send people to prison for up to 15 years, mirrors controversial state laws originally designed at cracking down on the Ku Klux Klan. But unlike those state laws, Donovan’s bill is a direct shot at leftist protesters. And it might be unconstitutional, experts say.

“The thing I think is kind of funny is that the title is refers to ‘antifa,’” Ruthann Robson, a law professor at the City University of New York told The Daily Beast. “One issue there would be: is this law targeting a certain group of people?”

Just to be clear, these jewsmedia “experts” are concerned that anti-White/pro-jew thugs continue to enjoy their constitutional “rights” to use violent extralegal political terror tactics against Whites. These “experts” have some cause for alarm because even existing anti-mask laws, which were created by jews to target White groups, are nowadays sometimes hampering anti-Whites.

The screeching about the bill gives the impression that it might somehow set back the anti-White agenda on a federal level. But that’s not likely given the current anti-White/pro-jew interpretation of “rights” laws, never mind more recent explicitly anti-White/pro-jew legislation. Whatever its author’s intent and despite the title it is entirely possible that this bill, if it ever becomes law, would only make interference with anti-White/pro-jew “rights” a federal offense. For example, it could be used to prosecute someone for anonymously “oppressing” jews on the internet.

7 thoughts on “Anti-Masking Unmasked”

  1. William Pierce said the republicans were more dangerous than the democrats. He said he hated and loathed the democrats but he feared the republicans.

  2. The bill is really redundant. There are already laws for the protection of constitutional rights, they are not enforced, if the victim is White.
    Just enforce the laws , as they are.

  3. loljews screeching about treason because the kikeservative-in-chief of the JewSA met with the kikeservative-in-chief of Russia

  4. This strategy of taking apart the society patiently by using small, incremental changes is indicative of a real commitment. The work they did in Germany and Russia in the early 1900s was much faster paced, and that pace turned out to be indicative of a more swiftly violent end, but the stuff they’re doing in the U.S. now is more like Europe after Christianity, where they try to make the decay small enough that people aren’t smart enough to notice it or to see where it’s leading. That suggests total destruction by China isn’t intended for the near future. A comparatively mild occupation, perhaps, but not something at the level of the holodomor or what they did to Germany.

    Still, the question remains, who is going to protect Israel from the Arabs if America keeps getting weaker? No matter how they prop up the dollar, it’s just not going to survive mestizo control for very long. Mexico is relatively stable with Europeoids controlling the infrastructure, but it isn’t wealthy, and the only reason all those central American “republics” don’t light up as often as they would is because the U.S. is so close. If certain groups of mestizos get power in America, they might well take some outdated revenge, that Europeods wouldn’t understand even after an Atlantic article on it, on some other central American country.

    More importantly, the mestizo dollar won’t be able to keep the Arabs out of Israel. Do they plan to have Russia or China take over the protective big brother role? The Sino-Arab war would make for a really weird 22nd century.

  5. Jews protected by anti-racial discrimination law, U.S. federal judge rules:

    A federal judge said that Jews are protected by a law banning racial discrimination when seeking employment.

    Magistrate Mark Hornsby said that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 does not define what constitutes “race,” but that Jews were entitled to protection under it. In a court filing Friday, the Louisiana judge said that though there was debate about whether Judaism is a race, since many people view it as such, the law applies to Jews

    Religion or race, jews are a constitutionally privileged “protected class”, i.e. the opposite of White.

  6. Civil Rights law amended by adding #250 below:

    241.Conspiracy against rights.
    242.Deprivation of rights under color of law.
    243.Exclusion of jurors on account of race or color.
    244.Discrimination against person wearing uniform of armed forces.
    245.Federally protected activities.
    246.Deprivation of relief benefits.
    247.Damage to religious property; obstruction of persons in the free exercise of religious beliefs.
    248.Freedom of access to clinic entrances.
    249.Hate crime acts
    “250. Interference with protected rights while in disguise.

    its intent is exactly as you note – “…to prosecute someone for anonymously “oppressing” jews on the internet.”


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