Known as the Hate Incident Reporting System, the app has been branded as a tool to help fill the alleged "gap" in hate crimes reporting, which is apparently tracked by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). But in reality, the app is actually a weapon for the Left to use against people they don't like who merely exercise their free speech rights in accordance with the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.
According to an official announcement from UoU, the Hate Incident Reporting System "accepts reports beyond crimes captured in police records," including "derogatory epithets written in bathrooms to slurs yelled from a car window in addition to violent assaults."
"The major problem we're dealing with is that hate crimes are so underreported, not only to police, but from police to the federal government," claims Emily Nicolosi, a graduate assistant within UoU's Geography Department, an obvious Leftist brownshirt who hates free speech, and one of the app's developers.
"There are cases when it can be difficult to report hate to the police especially for undocumented people," the apparent Trotskyite went on to state in defense of her totalitarian, and deeply unconstitutional, technology invention. "We're hoping that this could be a space where people feel comfortable."
While Nicolosi and her fellow statists claim that all reporting via their Hate Incident Reporting System is "confidential," the MassPrivatel blog correctly points out that this is just a first step towards implementing a totalitarian society where only "approved" forms of Leftist speech are considered socially, and eventually legally, acceptable.
"Where in our Constitution does it say that it is acceptable to report someone who has not committed a crime?" asks the MassPrivatel blog.
"Creating a national blacklist of people who use derogatory epithets and slurs will turn this country into a mirror image of China ... Handing pictures, videos and detailed descriptions of someone or something that offended them to law enforcement will essentially turn them into speech police."
What Nicolosi and her fellow speech police jackboots are aiming to implement with their little app is a 1984-type snitch society throughout America, where speaking your mind is completely off-limits.
It's a concept that they obviously hijacked straight from the Communist Manifesto, and one that makes no qualms about openly assaulting the precious free speech liberties that were long enshrined by our Founding Fathers for our own protection and freedom.
"Since 9/11, Homeland Security has tried to turn the entire country into home-grown spies with their "See Something, Say Something" campaign that essentially does the same thing as DIGIT LAB's Hate Reporting app," warns the MassPrivatel blog, illustrating how the neoconservative war hawks who worked within the George Bush Administration used 9/11 as a pretext for laying the groundwork for the abolishment of the First Amendment.
"What makes this app and DHS's See Something, Say Something program so disturbing is how it encourages people to report on one another ... With each passing year, one thing has become painfully obvious, America is moving closer and closer to adopting China's social credit score," the blog adds.
Read ThoughtPolice.news for more news about the orwellian thought police that are now attempting to control what you're allowed to say or think.
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