Sunday, 19 December 2010

Meet the new nanny

This has been well-covered by my fellow bloggers, but I can't let this quote pass without my own Agincourt salute to Ed Vaizey:
I think it is very important that the Internet Service Providers (ISPs) come up with solutions to protect children.

'I am hoping they will get their acts together so we don't have to legislate, but we are keeping an eye on the situation and we will have a new communications bill in the next couple of years.'
Hmm, what a soft, velvety glove Mr Vaizey wears. See how delicately he caresses the throat of the ISPs. The aim, I imagine, is to ensure a default block on everything, until it has been approved by the state.

As usual, the assault on free speech comes via pornography with, no doubt 'extremism' following behind, a term vague enough to target any kind of anti-government comment, or any kind of information that the state does not wish us to know, such as information revealing the crimes their operatives commit, and the lies they tell us.

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