About Hate Laws
"Anti-hate," hate crimes legislation now before Congress is touted as a sincere attempt to end violent crimes of prejudice. Yet nearly identical laws in Canada and some European countries have led to a virtual ban of public discussion on certain "taboo" topics. Also, public criticism of some "identifiable groups" can be a crime, subject to large fines and years of imprisonment.In this unprecedented expose, author and filmmaker Ted Pike rips the cover off this little-known conspiracy against freedom by B'Nai B'Rith and its "Anti-Defamation League." Now is the time to protest to your elected representatives in Congress - before it is too late.
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