You Can Now Be Arrested for Sexism in Belgium
By The Daily Bell Staff - March 07, 2018

A Belgian court fined a man €3,000 ($3,700) for telling a female police officer that she should do a job more “adapted to women.”

It is the first time that anyone has been convicted of sexism under a new Belgian law.

The driver was found guilty of three charges: contempt of a police officer, making threats and sexist remarks in public, and a serious violation of another person’s dignity because of her gender.

He was warned that if he failed to pay the fine, a prison term of a month would be imposed.

“This is the first time we have used this law to prosecute someone,” said Gilles Blondeau, spokesman for the public prosecutor’s office. “It is quite common for people arrested by the police to insult and threaten. But to personally blame a policewoman because of her sex is different.” …

Under the law, any behaviour expressing “contempt towards a person, because of their sexuality” or treating a person as “inferior or as reduced essentially to their sexual dimension“, which entails a serious attack on their dignity is punishable by up to a year in prison and/or a fine.

Some men are rude. Some men say mean things. They shouldn’t do that.

But how weak must people be when they need a law to protect their feelings? It is almost as if some women think they need the state and their guns to protect them because women are unable to protect themselves.

That is an actual sexist attitude. It seems to suggest women are too frail to fend off mere words.

A strong self-assured woman would not need the law to retaliate against men who insult or offend her.

The fact that this criminalizes speech against a public official is even more concerning.

It doesn’t matter how rude, nasty, or offensive someone is, the right to free speech is more important.

You don’t have to play by the rules of the corrupt politicians, manipulative media, and brainwashed peers.

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  • The Tuna Fairy

    As a female who tends to do work that is not classically feminine, I hear this sort of thing a LOT. If I had $500 for each incident in my life, I’d have topped a million dollars easily by now. Pay up guys, I need more money this week, I have some tools I need to buy for my next big project!

    • If you would move to Belgium you might have your million dollars in a couple week’s time.

      • The Tuna Fairy

        I can’t imagine being that much of a wuss 🙂
        My usual response is to outwork the guys and humiliate them. I heard a supervisor (the day before the guy got fired) tell a guy “that little girl is working you into the ground, if I were you, I’d be ashamed to call myself a man!”

  • Varangian Guard

    What do you get for putting a pink hat on unsuspecting juvenile Girl Scouts and making them listen to some adults on a soap box making terroristic threats about a nation’s capital and others on said soap box telling all how vile and degradable they are as gender specific humans?

    • Alan777

      Praise from the weak minded PC progressives.

  • Don Duncan

    In Belgium social justice is valued over reason and rights. Social justice is an emotionally based concept, not subject to rational criticism. The next social justice law will be to criminalize rational discussion of this law. It’s only logical, i.e., anti-speech is anti-verbalization of ideas, which is anti-mind. This anti-mind attack starts in the public schools with “socialization” which is both overt and covert. Conformity to the rules is rewarded. Independent thought that challenges authority is punished.
    Authority is equated with order by statists but when that lie is exposed the initiation of force shows it is the ugly basis of all political authority. For example, when an individual is not protected by the rules but exploited, then the argument is made that the common good justifies sacrifice of individuals. When it is pointed out that the common good is the good of each individual, then the injustice remains, and reason is ignored. Force prevails. It is up to each of us as individuals to stand up for ourselves and reject the violence of collectivism. It’s self defense. It’s only logical.

    • Alan777

      Funny how the SJWs are only concerned about the dignity offended policewoman’s feelings, not the “offensive” man’s feelings day after day as he rots in some prison and/or is relieved of his property/cash because of some comment.

  • defevve

    Divide et impera …

  • What % of media and higher ed is controlled by Jews?? Serious Q because even in Sweden, which is <.03% Jewish, a few Jewish families dominate the media and it was organized Jewish groups who most advocated the immivasion in the name of the ‘diversity’ they value so highly in Israel…

  • Ol’ BS hates identity politics… except when its Jewish Supremacism and Jewish ethnonationalism.

    How about jail for *doubting* that Nazis murdered 6 m. Jews? Wheres Shapiro on freespeech then?

  • That’s nothing! I got strip searched because I told a woman cop she should find other work more suited to her sex. Turns out the cop was a man. 😉 (rim shot)

    On the plus side they gave me a free prostate exam. The exam was a little suspicious because he put both his hands on my shoulders.

  • jymm

    Thought crimes. We all knew it was coming. Orwell warned us.

    • Peter Henderson

      Why stand for it? An ounce of prevention …

  • Peter Henderson

    I remember the first time I saw a young woman handcuff a man and lock him in the back of van on a hot day. It seemed “creepy” to me and somehow unnatural, perhaps because I think of women as girlfriends, wives, and mothers, who would not appeal if they were good at roughing up men. I sympathize with the driver and think his remark expresses a thought that many men have had, even if it was rude to say it. It will be interesting to see what happens if women are drafted into the military and forced into actual hand-to-hand combat. Likely the government will try to avoid this scenario by any means possible for it will expose an underlying contradiction in our approach to sex-specific behavior.