John Dolva Posted March 23, 2014 Share Posted March 23, 2014 Ukraine is not the only country that seeks a way to stop fascism. This article in Aftonbladet ( http://www.aftonbladet.se/kultur/article18579661.ab posted under 'culture' ) has some answers. (rough summary of this particular contribution) It's a matter that must be taken seriously. Effective, active policy must be developed. Far-sighted resources to police and prosecution must be in place. The competence of persons need to be increased. Hate-crime laws must be applied as intended. Matters must be allowed to go to high courts to establish guidelines for police and relevant authorities. The police need more direction in handling demonstrations by hate groups. Fascism is anti democratic. Authorities must recognise that and act on it as such. Fascist organisations must be recognised as criminal networks and dealt with as such by all authorities. All authorities need to be resourced to deal with these groupings according to the law that forms as a result of the above. Education, wise leadership and an understanding that it is a complex problem that is paramount. The applied steps must be far-sighted and continuous. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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