Thanks so much you all, and especially Raven.
Quote from: ravenscape on July 11, 2016, 09:41:28 AMKevin and I are working on getting us set up with gray webhosting today. When I know the schedule and when we'll transfer this forum to the new server I'll let you guys know. The forum will be offline for a little during all that.That is awesome news, thanks raven and Kevin!
Kevin and I are working on getting us set up with gray webhosting today. When I know the schedule and when we'll transfer this forum to the new server I'll let you guys know. The forum will be offline for a little during all that.
Art 9. - As an amendment to Article 24 of the law of July 29, 1881 on the freedom of the press, article 24 (a) is as follows written: <<Art. 24 (a). - those who have disputed the existence of one or more crimes against humanity such as they are defined by Article 6 of the statute of the international tribunal military annexed in the agreement of London of August 8, 1945 and which were a carried out either by the members of an organization declared criminal pursuant to Article 9 of the aforementioned statute, or by a person found guilty such crimes by a French or international jurisdiction shall be punished by one month to one year's imprisonment or a fine.Art 13. - It is inserted, after article 48-1 of the law of July 29, 1881 on the freedom of the press, article 48-2 thus written: <<Art. 48-2. - publication or publicly expressed opinion encouraging those to whom it is addressed to pass a favourable moral judgment on one or more crimes against humanity and tending to justify these crimes (including collaboration) or vindicate their perpetrators shall be punished by one to five years' imprisonment or a fine.
It's ok to deny the Armenia genocide though because freedom of speech kissing Turkey's arse.
So . . . someone could get extradited to France?The holocaust never happened!