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Hommunism – what is it?

Hommunism – what is it?

Yes, it sounds like “communism”. That is why better to explain it in North Korea’s example. These are actual dissident words of North Korea’s citizen from the first hand;

“In North Korea, freedoms of speech, press, religion, and association have suffered greatly due to government pressure. The debate over the Party that is taking place in the United States could not legally exist in North Korea today. Because of legal restrictions on speech, if you say or write anything considered “hostile” (including, by definition, anything questioning the Party), you could face discipline, termination of employment, or prosecution by the government.

Why do police prosecute speech under the guise of eliminating “hate speech” when there are existing legal remedies and criminal protections against slander, defamation, threats, and assault that equally apply to all North Koreans? Hate-crime-like policies using the terms “party members ” and “officials” create unequal protections in law, whereby protected groups receive more legal protection than other groups.

Anyone who is offended by something you have said or written can make a complaint to the Human Rights Commissions and Tribunals. In North Korea, these organizations police speech, penalizing citizens for any expression deemed in opposition to the Socialism or protected groups identified under “party members.” It takes only one complaint against a person to be brought before the tribunal, costing the defendant tens of thousands of North Korean Wons in legal fees. The commissions have the power to enter private residences and remove all items pertinent to their investigations, checking for hate speech.

The plaintiff making the complaint has his legal fees completely paid for by the government. Not so the defendant. Even if the defendant is found innocent, he cannot recover his legal costs. If he is found guilty, he must pay fines to the person(s) who brought forth the complaint.

Parents can expect state interference when it comes to moral values, parenting, and education—and not just in school. The state has access into your home to supervise you as the parent, to judge your suitability. And if the state doesn’t like what you are teaching your children, the state will attempt to remove them from your home.

Under the Constitution North Korea citizens were supposed to have been guaranteed: (1) freedom of conscience and religion; (2) freedom of thought, belief, opinion, and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication; (3) freedom of peaceful assembly; and (4) freedom of association. In reality, all of these freedoms have been curtailed…”

That is said from brave dissident North Korean. Indeed, poor people of North Korea! From which we can hear only censored information of tyrannical government. The man feels indignation because sense of justice. The minority – members of the Party prosper great, while the majority is not asked for anything. In fact the tolerance for this minority is asked. The minority is in diversity from majority.

…Well, I was not perfectly honest with you. You need to still work on deciphered text. Please exchange these words in whole text:

North Korea -> Canada
the Party -> same-sex marriage
hostile -> homophobic
party members -> sexual orientation
officials -> gender identity
North Korean Wons -> dollars
the Socialism -> particular sexual behaviors
Constitution -> Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

After exchanging these 8 words you will get the text as is written, which speaks about Canada in the year 2015, not about North Korea. If I did not make the text “northkorean-ish”, you would not believed. And it is very much true. Here finally the original:

In Canada, freedoms of speech, press, religion, and association have suffered greatly due to government pressure. The debate over same-sex marriage that is taking place in the United States could not legally exist in Canada today. Because of legal restrictions on speech, if you say or write anything considered “homophobic” (including, by definition, anything questioning same-sex marriage), you could face discipline, termination of employment, or prosecution by the government.

Why do police prosecute speech under the guise of eliminating “hate speech” when there are existing legal remedies and criminal protections against slander, defamation, threats, and assault that equally apply to all Americans? Hate-crime-like policies using the terms “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” create unequal protections in law, whereby protected groups receive more legal protection than other groups.

Anyone who is offended by something you have said or written can make a complaint to the Human Rights Commissions and Tribunals. In Canada, these organizations police speech, penalizing citizens for any expression deemed in opposition to particular sexual behaviors or protected groups identified under “sexual orientation.” It takes only one complaint against a person to be brought before the tribunal, costing the defendant tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees. The commissions have the power to enter private residences and remove all items pertinent to their investigations, checking for hate speech.

The plaintiff making the complaint has his legal fees completely paid for by the government. Not so the defendant. Even if the defendant is found innocent, he cannot recover his legal costs. If he is found guilty, he must pay fines to the person(s) who brought forth the complaint.

Parents can expect state interference when it comes to moral values, parenting, and education—and not just in school. The state has access into your home to supervise you as the parent, to judge your suitability. And if the state doesn’t like what you are teaching your children, the state will attempt to remove them from your home.

Under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Canadian citizens were supposed to have been guaranteed: (1) freedom of conscience and religion; (2) freedom of thought, belief, opinion, and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication; (3) freedom of peaceful assembly; and (4) freedom of association. In reality, all of these freedoms have been curtailed…”

I am convinced that you believed to the first text while it spoke about North Korea. Only 8 terms differ these, by non-freedom, similar realities. Now I ask you, dear liberals, for which “the Freedom” is the main argument for supporting LGBT – do you find this frightening? Still think we are paranioc?

As North Koreans do not know about anything else, so Canadians are not aware they are in the Hommunism, in the parallel communism of non-freedom. Stop33They do not know how it is called. They have no communist experience of totalitarianism, so they do not know what happened to them.

You may be in shock now to question the veracity of this Canadian witness (in the North Korean case you probably would not). Here now comes even greater absurdity: Shame for all of us that for the freedom need to stand up a child of gay parent from Canada. She is the one of the signatories of the letter of children of LGBT parents, appealed to US Supreme Court regarding the decision whether the right to same-sex marriage is a constitutional right and mandatory to all federal states, The founders of the United States of America are surely rolling in theirs graves.

So, this is the definition of Hommuinism, where homosexualization is just transforming society into totalitarianism and communism-like tyranny.

Full original text: (“Gay activists claim redefining marriage won’t hurt anyone, but that’s a lie. Just ask Canadians.”) read on this link: 

https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/gay-activists-claim-redefining-marriage-wont-hurt-anyone-but-thats-a-lie.-j

Thanks to brave author, Dawn Stefanowicz : http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2015/04/14899/

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