‘Dislike’ and ‘Unfriendliness’ Can Be Hate Crimes, UK Police Confirm

‘Dislike’ and ‘Unfriendliness’ Can Be Hate Crimes, UK Police Confirm, by Liam Deacon.

Official guidelines insist a hate crime must be driven by “hostility”, but when contacted, many UK forces are unable to give a definition of what they mean by “hostility” in the context of hate crimes.

Breitbart London contacted dozens of forces to ask for their working definition of “hostility” and was referred on to the “dictionary definition” which includes “unfriendliness” and “dislike”.

Others referred Breitbart London to national bodies, including the College of Policing (CoP) and the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), which both admit there is an “absence of a precise legal definition of hostility”, with the latter also referring individual forces onto “dictionary definitions” for the purpose of investigating hate crimes.

Hate crimes are given harsher sentences than other crimes, and therefore it is possible that claims of “unfriendliness” with no supporting evidence could land someone in jail for a substantial amount of time.

So it’s a hate crime in the UK for PC virtue signalers to hate deplorables? Hah! Just joking, only deplorables can be guilty of hate crimes; silly me.

hat-tip Stephen Neil