DHS Snitch Culture Expands to National Hockey League
December 30, 2011
On Thursday, Department of Homeland Security boss Janet Napolitano took to her government blog to announce a new partnership with the National Hockey League.
Napolitano promised that fans at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia will be subjected to “see something, say something” government snitch propaganda during a game between the Philadelphia Flyers and the New York Rangers.
Not only will hockey fans be pestered by this useless and expensive propaganda, but so will commuters in the City of Brotherly Love (and Big Brother):
As part of the Department’s “If You See Something, Say Something™” partnership with the NHL, a Public Service Announcement will be read before and during games, and campaign graphics will appear on the videoboard and on ribbon boards. Safety messaging will also be printed on the back of NHL Winter Classic credentials for staff, players, and volunteers. In addition, the Department has partnered with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and City of Philadelphia to place “If You See Something, Say Something™” advertisements throughout Philadelphia at airports and gas stations, and on buses, trains and billboards.