Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Meanwhile the government moves ahead with assault on internet freedom

Back in the dying days of the last government, in the 'wash-up', i.e., in the last session before the general election, there was an incident which sent up a flare that the Tories had no intention of making good on any of that civil liberties stuff they were happy to mouth while out of power. They voted through the Digital Economy Act.

They could have killed it as easy as crushing a snail under the heel of a hobnail boot, but they didn't. Why didn't they?

Because the Tory Party are scum, who hate our freedom. How can anyone with a conscience support this rank, despicable government?


DeeDee99 said...

Apart from all their other 'socncerns' the internet is destroying traditional politics in the UK and elsewhere.

No longer can the political elite control the agenda, the message, and the means of delivering it. The serfs are 'doing it for themselves' and are deserting LibLabCON (particularly the CON) in droves.

The upstart serfs must be brought back under control.

Trooper Thompson said...

Well, certainly the gate-keepers have been by-passed and the wall is down, but the majority are choosing to remain ignorant it seems. The question is which minority can prevail?

James Higham said...

It's not the party per se - it's those who have hijacked it.

Trooper Thompson said...

Yeah, but James, the rest of the party have Stockholm Syndrome!