From The Gathering Storm Blog

On May 3rd, the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2007 (H.R. 1592) has passed the House and brings us closer to the criminalization of speech. See the WorldNetDaily article for background: tip to the 910 Group. Here’s their quick-look assessment. .

The bill potentially criminalizes written or spoken criticism of any group, if anyone who reads or hears that criticism then commits a violent crime.

The Left blows a kiss to Islamist organizations like CAIR, MAS and MSA.

We anticipate a test of internet communications as “incitement speech” (and therefore not protected under the First Amendment) since they cross state lines, if a violent crime is committed and it is established that the accused read blogs critical of Islamist groups.

That means us, folks. Giving Google’s past of taking the side of leftist issues, that means those of us on BlogSpot might find ourselves dumped by the Google watchdog.

This bill encourages trawling for “hate crimes” by any definition (remember, recently two pieces of bacon left in a Koran on a public sidewalk was treated by local police as a “hate crime,” and the FBI agreed to investigate it as such). A starter budget of $5 million is requested, with $100,000 going to each jurisdiction that claims not to have local resources to “investigate or prosecute the hate crime.”

And where do you think those grants will go? You guessed it.

Those grants of course will then go to “nonprofit, nongovernmental victim services programs that have experience in providing services to victims of hate crimes” – sounds like a real opportunity for CAIR, Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) chapters, Muslim American Society Freedom Foundation (MAS) and Muslim Student Assocation (MSA).

And let’s not forget the indoctrination of our children and those responsible for our protection in the ideology of our enemy.

The bill asks for ADDITIONAL funds “designed to combat hate crimes committed by juveniles, including programs to train local law enforcement officers in identifying, investigating, prosecuting, and preventing hate crimes.” So that extra money could fund “hate crime education” programs in schools, and more “sensitivity” training for law enforcement.

The grantees would be – wait for it – CAIR, ISNA chapters, MAS and MAS. And finally:

The bill’s drafters work overtime to make sure you understand that religion and national origin REALLY have to be treated as race, even if that means we use 19th century definitions:

“Both at the time when the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments to the Constitution of the United States were adopted, and continuing to date, members of certain religious and national origin groups were and are perceived to be distinct `races’. Thus, in order to eliminate, to the extent possible, the badges, incidents, and relics of slavery, it is necessary to prohibit assaults on the basis of real or perceived religions or national origins, at least to the extent such religions or national origins were regarded as races at the time of the adoption of the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments to the Constitution of the United States.”

Make sure this House bill is not passed by the Senate. Email (usually an online form), fax, phone or send a letter to your Representatives asking them to oppose H.R.1592. Your Congressional contacts are here:

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