Police in a United Kingdom precinct are urging residents to call for help when they feel insulted.
In a world where “snowflakes” regularly complain of “microaggressions” such as addressing an audience “ladies and gentlemen,” the South Yorkshire Police are encouraging people to “put a stop” to hate and report what they have loosely defined as “non-crime hate incidents.”
They admit the only can prosecute “when the law in broken,” but they say some comments “can feel like a crime to those affected.”
The Christian Institute said it successfully pressed the government in 2013 to modify its hate-crime provisions to protect free speech.
The Christian organization was joined in that [READ MORE HERE]