When Is A Criminal Mugshot Not ‘Politically Correct’?

In many ways the police are a bellwether of where a society is going. They represent the political enforcement of morphing laws that parallel societal recognition of morphing social norms, mores, attitudes and culture. More and more throughout Europe we see the effects of attempting to fit sharia norms into Western culture requiring a more and more schizophrenic approach by the police themselves. [German Police & Neo-Nazism]

As such, in countries such as Germany, what we used to understand as standard and practical police standards will change; in fact they must change to adapt to the quickly morphing cultural norms, mores and attitudes.

So, the answer to the title’s riddle is:

A pictorial depiction (a criminal artistic-rendition mug shot) is not a pictorial depiction when the police have to fundamentally transform their policing methods due to the underlying criminal culture changing from a Western, post-Judeo-Christian secular state to a sharia-compliant state, such as is currently the case in Germany.

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Suspected rapist of a 10-year-old girl in Leipzig (“I am not a picture; I am a culture; therefore you cannot show my picture or culture.”)

This image is to be published only in print media in the greater Leipzig area. Publishing this image on the internet, including on social media such as Facebook, is not covered by the court’s manhunt order and is therefore prohibited. [Beschluss zur Öffentlichkeitsfahndung] (-German police; courts)

In this case the practical, standard mug shot. And this mugshot of some perverted piece of crap has been “Prohibited!” Verboten! Well now, isn’t that nice?

Since the 1850s police in Europe and North America have been taking photographs of criminals and criminal suspects. It’s a very practical and standard thing to do, especially if you are actively looking for someone involved in a crime, and you want people to know what the suspect looks like, so that the public can help find the suspect, and perhaps even avoid them if needs must. But not any more in Germany¹ (and more and more places), because you see in Germany it’s suddenly not politic to try to find people involved in crimes. Nor actually find them, nor actually put them in jail. And how did Germany get ‘here‘?

When it comes to the feigned ignorants demanding ‘immigration‘: We all know the who. We all know the where. We all know the why. We all know the when. We all know the what. And we all know the how. When it comes to regaining freedom, true freedom, we just need to come up with a plan to remove and invalidate these feigned ignorants[LL&TNPOS]

Well, as we’ve all managed to do in the “West“: 1) uncontrolled, unaccountable and unexplained ‘immigration‘, and 2) a coordinated disbelief in the wonder, the awe, the sense of exploration of ourselves and our world around us that we were previously so passionate about. It seems simple. Yet this is where we, in the ‘West‘, find ourselves so much more often. And in so many more countries. And for so many more things that ever seemed even remotely questionable.

¹ Pamela Geller; ‘German Streets Descend into Lawlessness

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