Mizzou police ask students to report ‘hurtful speech’ as university replaces free speech with Orwellian political correctness

Wednesday, November 11, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: J. D. Heyes
NaturalNews.com
Wednesday, November 11, 2015

The rabid, radical Leftists organizing and encouraging racialist student protests on the University of Missouri campus now have a powerful ally: campus police who are now also assuming the role, literally, of “speech police.”

According to an email sent by the University of Missouri Police Department to students earlier this week, the department is asking everyone to report “hateful and/or hurtful speech” so they can pursue disciplinary action, as reported by Campus Reform.

The email, provided to the education-related news outlet on condition of anonymity by a student who chose not to be identified, instructs recipients to “call the police immediately” (emphasis in original) if they are a witness to any such incidents. Police have also asked students to collect as much info as they can about the incident, who is allegedly involved and so forth, so police can better identify the him or her.

“[MUPD] is asking individuals who witness incidents of hateful and/or harmful speech or actions to… [c]all the police immediately,” the email says.

“Delays, including posting information to social media, can often reduce the chances of identifying the responsible parties,” it continues. “While cases of hateful and hurtful speech are not crimes, if the individual(s) identified are students, MU’s Office of Student Conduct can take disciplinary action.”

Maj. Brian Weimer, a spokesman for MUPD, told Campus Reform that he is not aware of any specific incidents having been reported as of publication time. But he said the email had not gone out long before the website contacted the department.

So, what exactly is “hate speech”?

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