Accordingly, last week, Boulder launched it's very own Anti-Hate Hotline:
BOULDER - The Human Relations Commission on Monday night allocated $8,000 so a private group can start an anti-hate hot line, which encourages residents to telephone if they have been victims of discrimination or witnessed it.Think of it — finally, we have a place to report our neighbors, our family, or even total strangers if we witness them doing something, or saying something, racist, sexist, ageist, genderist, humanocentric or against our Beloved Brothers in Space Who Will Show Us the Way as soon as They land! This is wonderful news!
I'm hoping that Boulder's teachers, who have already shunned Dead Europen Males and all that crappy literature written by the punks and thieves who founded this mysogenistic, racist, genocidal society that we live in, will help our children understand that it is right and societally proper to turn in parents or even grandparents for even the slightest slur against even the most obscure Society of Victims. And it's important that we expand that Society of Victims, because Boulder is 95% pure-D lilly white, a town with few minorities and lots of "Celebrate Diversity" bumperstickers.
Perhaps over the door of our schools, our public buildings — except, of course, the library, which we will soon be referring to as, "the Public Barbecue Pit" — and our new "Anti-Hate Orientation Camps" we can inscribe something appropriate to inspire us all. I'm voting for:Here's a good example! Sigh...how quickly we forget, and how blindly we follow! If you don't want to have to use the protections of the Second Amendment, you need to unconditionally and unequivocally protect the First Amendment! There is no such thing as "hate speech;" there are only words you don't agree with!
Arbeit Macht Frei
Work Leads to Freedom!
And, yes, Jon Benet Ramsey is still dead and her killers are still free. First things first!