WARNING: NASTY HATE SPEECH LAW COMING TO S.AFRICA: Jail time for Whatsapp, Telegram & other messages
Die Boere Staat Party
Van Jan: Dit is die ENIGSTE politieke party in Suid-Afrika wat ek sal ondersteun. Ek het hul leier ontmoet en ken hul geskiedenis. *ALLE* ander Politieke Partye in SA is ‘n totale mors van tyd vir Blankes. Hierdie politieke party gee om vir Blankes. Hulle sê: Ons veg vir ons Volk se Vryheid en Veilige voortbestaan in die nuwe Suid-Afrika!
[This very nasty thing is coming. The (((Liberals))) are behind this. This will be a nightmare for South Africans. At the link below you'll even get a PDF of the actual bizarre law. The South African Constitution only bans discussion on 4 topics (which is already too many). It is Race, Ethnicity, etc. But in this hideous law they will be criminalising 20 different topics. e.g. race, age, religion and much more. This is nasty. Jan]
The Parliamentary portfolio committee on justice and correctional services has published the updated Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill for public comment.
According to the committee, the purpose of the Bill is to provide for the offences of hate crime and hate speech, and the prosecution of people who commit those offences.
The committee stated that this gives effect to the South African government’s obligations in terms of the Constitution and international human rights instruments concerning racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia, and related intolerance.
In the Bill’s definition of hate speech, it makes provision for the use of platforms like WhatsApp, Facebook, and Twitter.
It criminalises any person who intentionally distributes or makes available a data message which that person knows constitutes hate speech.
The communications system used must either be public, or accessible by or directed at a specific person who can be considered a victim of hate speech.
Hate speech is defined as publishing, propagating, or advocating anything that could reasonably be construed to demonstrate a clear intention to be harmful or to incite harm, or promote or propagate hatred on the following grounds:
Ethnic or social origin
Gender or gender identity
Nationality, migrant or refugee status
Sex, which includes intersex
Harm is defined as any emotional, psychological, physical, social, or economic harm.
A hate crime is defined as an offence recognised under any law where the perpetrator was motivated by prejudice or intolerance based on any of the above characteristics.
These characteristics may apply to the victim, be perceived characteristics of the victim or their family member, or the victim’s association with, or support for, a group of persons who share the said characteristics.
Anyone convicted of hate speech faces a fine and a jail sentence of up to three years in the case of a first conviction.
For subsequent convictions, offenders face a fine and imprisonment of up to five years.
The proposed Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes and the Hate Speech Bill is embedded below.
Parliament must receive comments on the Bill no later than 1 October 2021.
Stakeholders commenting on the Bill may indicate their interest in making a verbal presentation.
Submissions and enquiries must be directed to Mr V Ramaano — Hatecrimes.
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