Dr. Pierce discusses the growing threat to freedom of speech in
America. For example, in Phoenix, AZ, the police department has a
special "bias crimes detail": an incipient thought police unit. Although
the Phoenix cops do not yet have the authority to arrest people for
expressing Politically Incorrect thoughts, they do keep official police
records -- "information cards," they are called -- on people overheard
saying things which might be used later as evidence against them if they
ever are charged with a "hate crime."
For example: a White man reports to the Phoenix police that he has just
been mugged and robbed on the street by two illegal aliens from Mexico.
While the police are taking his report he says, "I'd like to see all of
these wetbacks rounded up and shot." An "information card" reporting
that remark goes into the police files. Two years later the same White
man gets in a fight with a Mexican and beats him up. Has a "hate crime"
been committed? The "bias crimes detail" finds the two-year-old
"information card" in its files and on that basis charges the White man
with a "hate crime" carrying twice the penalty that a simple assault
This sort of thing is becoming more and more common -- and those making
sure that police in the future will be spending less time chasing
robbers and rapists and more time arresting "hate criminals" are