Poland’s Penal Code makes it an offence to insult the Polish nation, the president, foreign and public officials and has been applied fairly regularly. However courts have been reluctant to pass custodial sentences, applying only fines - stupid Polish cunts.
In Germany defamation of the President is an offence, as is insult to the Federal Republic, its states, the flag, and the national anthem. However, the Federal Constitutional Court, in 2000, notably stated that even harsh political criticism however unjust or unobjective, does not constitute insult of the Republic. - Stupid German cunts
In the Netherlands it is a crime to “intentionally insult” the King and certain members of the royal family. In a rare instance of application in 2005, there was an attempt to convict a protestor for throwing paint at the passing carriages of the Crown Prince and Princess, but this was changed to charges of attempt to cause injury. The most recent insult convictions were as long ago as the 1960s. - Dutch bastards
Other countries where there exist insult laws include France where the 1881Press Law makes it an offence to insult the President, courts, armed forces and other public bodies. However since 2000, the law was amended to remove the option of imprisonment, and now only fines can be applied Although the World Press Freedom Committee’s report notes that the Press Law has been invoked with increasing vigour, there have been no recent successful prosecutions. - French tossers
Italian law contains provisions that make it an offence to insult the republic, constitutional institutions, the armed forces and indeed the Italian nation, but there has been no successful prosecution since the 1950s. It is an offence to “offend the honour” of the President (and indeed the Pope) and there was one successful conviction in 2004. - Shit Eyeties
In Belgium and Spain, there are laws that make it an offence to insult members of their royal families, but in neither country have these laws been recently applied. Similarly laws in Portugal against insult to officials have not been enforced. - Twats