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Korbel states on the city website: This department echoes Minneapolis mayor, Betsy Hodges’ resolve and commitment when she stated: “I will not compromise the public safety of the people of Minneapolis to satisfy Trump’s desire to put politics before public safety.Minneapolis is being built and strengthened by people from all over the world and I am grateful for their commitment to our city.Mark Dayton, said Debra Anderson, who chairs the state’s ACT! “Communities throughout Minnesota are suffering greatly from the never-ending demands of Muslims and their civilization jihad, and there is growing alarm about the increasing threats of and acts of violence perpetrated by Muslims against non-Muslims (jihad terrorism),” Anderson wrote in an email. A search of the Star-Tribune’s stories printed since Jan.“This resolution and the hate-speech hotline serves to not only invalidate the legitimate concerns of indigenous Minnesotans, but also to silence them,” she said. 1, 2017, lists only one alleged hate crime against Muslims. He has been a reporter and editor at several suburban newspapers in the Atlanta and Charlotte, North Carolina, areas and also served as managing editor of Triangle Business Journal in Raleigh, North Carolina.His latest book is "Stealth Invasion: Muslim Conquest Through Immigration And Resettlement Jihad." The city, which will operate the “service” through its 3-1-1 helpline, is targeting any “harassing behaviors motivated by prejudice,” according to a press release.I stand with them today and will continue to take that stand as the President-elect prepares to take office.” Michele Bachmann, former congresswoman from Minnesota, decried the new hotline as a form of fascism in which citizens are encouraged to turn in their neighbors for holding opinions deemed forbidden by the state. “Hate speech hotlines operate as government enforcement of fascism,” she said in an email to WND.
“So what, the next time I give a presentation, if someone gets offended, are they going to report me? “That’s where we’re headed with this.” Outside of Minneapolis-St.
“This is trying to normalize the concept of trying to turn people in, and if that doesn’t send shivers down your spine when you think of 1930s Germany, nothing will,” Hadian said.
The Minneapolis City Council last fall passed a resolution condemning violence and hate speech against Muslims. “You have people arrested there, various examples of it, and charged with crimes for something they said about Islam.
Pushed by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the only speech the resolution sought to criminalized was speech critical of Islam, Bachmann said.
After years of failure, the resolution only passed after the language was somewhat watered down.