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The “Minority Report” is Now
« on: March 21, 2019, 01:49:47 PM »
Very scary article!!

Michigan to Create Thought Criminal Database!  ??? ???

http://fashthenation.com/2019/03/michigan-to-create-thought-criminal-database/?fbclid=IwAR0NRqQsGKSh2V8CTxS0t3kHhstOz9veHzLcFtrrJbNAO0vIVUUX0H6G9nk

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has announced plans to create a “hate crime” unit in order to track Michigan residents who disagree with the official government ideology, the Detroit News reports. The term “hate crime unit” is misleading, because the group’s purpose will not be solely to prosecute hate crimes, but also to create a database of people who do not submit to globohomo ideology.

Nessel stated that she will surveil anyone listed on the SPLC’s hate group tracker, along with anyone else she deems to have committed a thought violation. It is important to understand that these are not convicted criminals or people who the state has reason to believe have committed or are planning to commit a crime. The new database is specifically designed to target law-abiding Americans. The SPLC list is simply a list of people with whom the SPLC disagrees. The government will investigate citizens based, not on their actions, but what their political opinions are.

The SPLC already decides what content can appear on YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook. Now, along with the Michigan government, it will decide who does and does not have First Amendment rights.

Michigan Civil Rights Director (whatever that means) Agustin Arbulu stated that he is making a database documenting “hate and bias incidents that don’t rise to the level of a crime.” In case that was unclear, he said he is making a database to track the legal activity of residents. That means if the eye of Arbulu, Nessel, or the SPLC falls on you, your communications, personal associations, and thoughts will all be documented and scrutinized.

Arbulu also said he wants “to be proactive and address issues before they rise to the level of a crime.” So, not only are they watching wrong-thinkers, they actually plan on intervening and somehow stamping out dissent. There is no mechanism by which the state can prosecute legal behavior, so it is unclear what exactly Arbulu plans on doing to the law-abiding citizens. He ominously warned Michiganders, “We are watching, and we won’t allow hate to divide us.”

This is obviously extremely illegal, but it is unlikely that will stop it from happening. Non-governmental organizations like the SPLC, ADL, and others have been in the business of monitoring and attacking political dissidents for years. Now the Michigan government wants in on the game.

So, who will be on the list? The SPLC has over 1,000 listed groups, ranging from pro-White organizations to Christian groups listed because they support the biblical definition of marriage. The list consists of thousands of people, many of whom have views that are totally mainstream outside of the hyper-liberal echo chamber of government and (((elite society))). In addition to that, the state reserves the right to add anyone it wishes to the list. Criticism of Israel, race realism, pro-White activism, and many other forms of expression could land you on the list. Any public political expression from a White person that is not explicitly globohomo in nature could land him on the list.

As of right now, there appear to be no legal challenges to this clear infringement of rights. What if Michigan tried to put together a list of “hateful” Muslims and Jews? Undoubtedly it would be challenged and struck down by the courts. However, it is perfectly acceptable to make this list, which is sure to be almost 100% White, if not entirely White.

When paired with the increasingly anti-White rhetoric of politicians at the national level, this is extremely concerning.

The model set in Michigan could be the blueprint for other states, and eventually the federal government. The people in charge of Michigan and the United States are determined to shut down White political dissent and eliminate free speech in America.
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Re: The “Minority Report” is Now
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2019, 04:55:20 PM »
Maybe this Michigan "thought crime" database is patterned after the one the feds have?  Seems there have been different names for it, where "observant citizens" are urged to report "suspicious behavior" which could including "eating hommus while wearing a beard and having swarthy complexion" or some other such nonsense. 

Can't recall the details, but this Michigan thing is reminiscent of it.

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Re: The “Minority Report” is Now
« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2019, 06:03:36 PM »
Is that sort of like DWB (Driving While Black)?

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Re: The “Minority Report” is Now
« Reply #3 on: June 04, 2019, 04:06:05 PM »
Looks just like the movie that came out a while ago ..

Episode #359 Great New Law Will Make America Safer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPOB-fmZsRE
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Re: The “Minority Report” is Now
« Reply #4 on: June 05, 2019, 01:58:59 PM »
Thanks for posting, Max.  Aren't we all feeling safe now?

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Re: The “Minority Report” is Now
« Reply #5 on: June 09, 2019, 03:01:07 PM »
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-06-09/tyranny-taps-hunting-down-future-threats

Every once in a while, there comes a piece of legislation that is so abhorrent to the very concept of liberty that it seems almost doomed to failure from the outset. Sadly, the same prognosis cannot be made for the Threat Assessment Prevention, And Safety (TAPS) Act of 2019, which, due to broad bipartisan support, may actually make it into law.

The act is set to create mini-task forces of threat assessment personnel for deployment in schools, places of work, NGOs, tribal communities, and pretty much anywhere they can perceive a future threat. These officials will be operating in all communities and serve under the guidance of an as-yet-undecided “National Strategy.” The bill seeks to identify those individuals who may, at some point in the future, be a danger to themselves or others.

TAPS is being presented as a “bipartisan, bicameral solution to prevent targeted violence and make local communities safer.” Removing the sugar-coating for a moment, in plain language it means to create a register of people who may commit crimes at an unspecified time in the future, such as potential school shooters.
The Tyranny Of TAPS

In the House, there are presently 84 representatives signed up to co-sponsor TAPS, split evenly between Republicans and Democrats. It was also introduced to the Senate, by Marco Rubio (R-FL), Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ), and Thom Tillis (R-NC). Representative Brian Babin (R-TX), who brought the bill to the House, stated at a May 15 press conference:

    “We do this first to honor the sacrifice of these men and women in blue, who put their life on the line every single day to protect us in the vital role that law enforcement plays in the safety and well-being of our communities and our districts … And secondly to highlight a bipartisan solution — that we all are working on — to protect our communities and schools from the terrible acts of violence that we have seen and are getting to be almost routine.”

Babin finished up his opening statement with an almost perfectly-crafted sound bite: “We know that once the first shot is fired, it is too late. We failed.” But what result would be measured as a success? If the individual has committed no crime, why should they have their privacy invaded and their life chances hindered with a government record deeming them to be “threat”? If the individual in question has committed a crime, then there are already laws in place to deal with them.
Hunting Down “Threats”

The legislative guide released by Rep. Babin’s office, which presents guidance on how to support this act, helpfully offers a “frequently asked questions” section to allay the concerns of citizens who are not yet convinced. When answering the question as to whether threat assessment teams are an invasion of privacy, the document points out that, “[T]hese requests arise because the individual in question has made public statements verbally, in writing, or on social media, that cause concern, with no expectation of privacy.” This should give some indication as to who will be targeted if the legislation passes.

It will be aimed at hunting down those on the internet who post “concerning” ideas, profiling them, putting them on a “threat register,” and beginning an investigation into their lives. However, those who pose a genuine danger may simply stop using the internet for such activities, making it more difficult to track people involved in actual criminal behavior.

Both the Senate version (S. 265) and the House version (H.R. 838) of the bill contain an even more worrying provision. They ask to create:

    “…  a grant program for states, local governments, tribal organizations, educational entities, and nongovernmental organizations to help establish community-based behavioral threat assessment and management units.”

Which clearly suggests that the threat assessment units will be involved in every aspect of Americans’ lives, from schools to the workplace, to the very streets on which they live. Monitoring, judging, creating files that can and will be shared with other agencies. And all it costs you is your privacy, your dignity, and your tax dollars.
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Re: The “Minority Report” is Now
« Reply #6 on: June 09, 2019, 06:20:50 PM »
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-06-09/tyranny-taps-hunting-down-future-threats

Every once in a while, there comes a piece of legislation that is so abhorrent to the very concept of liberty that it seems almost doomed to failure from the outset. Sadly, the same prognosis cannot be made for the Threat Assessment Prevention, And Safety (TAPS) Act of 2019, which, due to broad bipartisan support, may actually make it into law.

The act is set to create mini-task forces of threat assessment personnel for deployment in schools, places of work, NGOs, tribal communities, and pretty much anywhere they can perceive a future threat. These officials will be operating in all communities and serve under the guidance of an as-yet-undecided “National Strategy.” The bill seeks to identify those individuals who may, at some point in the future, be a danger to themselves or others.

TAPS is being presented as a “bipartisan, bicameral solution to prevent targeted violence and make local communities safer.” Removing the sugar-coating for a moment, in plain language it means to create a register of people who may commit crimes at an unspecified time in the future, such as potential school shooters.
The Tyranny Of TAPS

In the House, there are presently 84 representatives signed up to co-sponsor TAPS, split evenly between Republicans and Democrats. It was also introduced to the Senate, by Marco Rubio (R-FL), Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ), and Thom Tillis (R-NC). Representative Brian Babin (R-TX), who brought the bill to the House, stated at a May 15 press conference:

    “We do this first to honor the sacrifice of these men and women in blue, who put their life on the line every single day to protect us in the vital role that law enforcement plays in the safety and well-being of our communities and our districts … And secondly to highlight a bipartisan solution — that we all are working on — to protect our communities and schools from the terrible acts of violence that we have seen and are getting to be almost routine.”

Babin finished up his opening statement with an almost perfectly-crafted sound bite: “We know that once the first shot is fired, it is too late. We failed.” But what result would be measured as a success? If the individual has committed no crime, why should they have their privacy invaded and their life chances hindered with a government record deeming them to be “threat”? If the individual in question has committed a crime, then there are already laws in place to deal with them.
Hunting Down “Threats”

The legislative guide released by Rep. Babin’s office, which presents guidance on how to support this act, helpfully offers a “frequently asked questions” section to allay the concerns of citizens who are not yet convinced. When answering the question as to whether threat assessment teams are an invasion of privacy, the document points out that, “[T]hese requests arise because the individual in question has made public statements verbally, in writing, or on social media, that cause concern, with no expectation of privacy.” This should give some indication as to who will be targeted if the legislation passes.

It will be aimed at hunting down those on the internet who post “concerning” ideas, profiling them, putting them on a “threat register,” and beginning an investigation into their lives. However, those who pose a genuine danger may simply stop using the internet for such activities, making it more difficult to track people involved in actual criminal behavior.

Both the Senate version (S. 265) and the House version (H.R. 838) of the bill contain an even more worrying provision. They ask to create:

    “…  a grant program for states, local governments, tribal organizations, educational entities, and nongovernmental organizations to help establish community-based behavioral threat assessment and management units.”

Which clearly suggests that the threat assessment units will be involved in every aspect of Americans’ lives, from schools to the workplace, to the very streets on which they live. Monitoring, judging, creating files that can and will be shared with other agencies. And all it costs you is your privacy, your dignity, and your tax dollars.

MadMax, what is the number of the Bill (TAPS) I will try to find it in the Library of Congress site. First will try to find with abbreviation.
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Re: The “Minority Report” is Now
« Reply #7 on: June 09, 2019, 06:29:49 PM »
I am not a fan of the whole mental health field. The TAPS Act, apparently making it a federal project is really one of the worst things we could do. I understand why many people would think this necessary, but it's not... and would cause so much harm.

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Re: The “Minority Report” is Now
« Reply #8 on: June 09, 2019, 08:25:08 PM »
I am not a fan of the whole mental health field. The TAPS Act, apparently making it a federal project is really one of the worst things we could do. I understand why many people would think this necessary, but it's not... and would cause so much harm.
This TAPS thing is totally wrong!

 

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