Wednesday, March 12, 2014

CombatHate App Released To Report Hate

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Simon Wiesenthal Center has created an iPhone app targeted to teens. This app will allow teens to anonymously report on "hate" speech.  This data is then sent to the Simon Wiesenthal Center's database where they can create a file on the suspected hater.

In many cases children are living with parents that may state politically incorrect views. This app is a great tool to allow children to photograph and document the evidence and send it anonymously to the good folks at the Simon Wiesenthal Center. This is currently being rolled out to the Chicago Public Schools.

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10 comments:

  1. Wasn't reporting on your parents in "1984"? Sure it was.

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  2. I am always astounded that people actually take the concept of "hate" (speech/act/site etc...) seriously. It sounds like something a kindergarten teacher would say to her class of 4 year olds...but I have actually heard ADULTS use these terms in supposedly serious political discussions.

    What kind of adult uses terms like "hate speech" or "love speech" in a serious context with other adults? It really creeps me out.

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  3. Things are getting more and more creepy. And the fact that this app is put out by Simon weisenthal Is perhaps the most creepy part about it

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  4. Same thing in the Soviet Union up until the mid-sixties. Kids who ratted out teachers or family members for Thought Crime became 'Heroes Of The Soviet Union' and lived happily ever after.

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  5. Just leave the app running during any meeting of the ADL, and they'll have enough hate compiled to raise Atlantis.

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  6. You should ask for money like this feminist: http://www.patreon.com/rebecca

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  7. Fantastic! We can send pictures of all the haters protesting AmRen next month. Rabbi Berman and his lovely mrs. ZZ Top's retard half brother, Tubby Token tuckered out from his long bus ride, and all the Komsomol red neckerchief wearers. Oh boy! What jolly fun we can have anonymously.

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  8. The story on the Chicago Tribune covering this states: "Teens who install the CombatHate app on their phones can take pictures or write descriptions of online hate speech or terrorism" Then it's followed by: "Rabbi Abraham Cooper, the Wiesenthal Center's associate dean, said the app was a way to “empower our young people,” who he said “see this stuff every day.” Really? Terrorism... Our young people see terrorism every day? I love the way the media uses key words to get idiots to buy into their bullshit, yet at the same time it's so obviously absurd it should be offensive. I feel like I'm losing my fucking mind.

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  9. just used my new CombatHate App to report on an evil, racist, anti-Irish picture called "Irish Yoga" that was sent to me on Saint Patrick's Day! As an individual of 1/90th Irish heritage, I take great offense at such malevolent hatred towards my peeps! Thanks ADL, I feel so much safer with Jews like you around! What would us stupid goy do without you!

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  10. http://washingtonexaminer.com/shocked-anti-defamation-league-slaps-fbi-diss-on-hate-crimes/article/2546305

    The SPLC has been dumped by the FBI. The ADL as well.

    Maybe not long till Simon Weisenthal is considered as irrelevant.

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