Tag Archives: Internet Censorship

IT’S NOT WHAT YOU SAY BUT HOW YOU SAY IT

EDITING IS EASY All you need do is change a name to make more sense of the following story:
Grant’s Bookshop in Melbourne is under fire for trying to sell a 1930s photograph featuring a smiling Josef Stalin with a young child. The bookshop was trying to sell the image for $300 at the recent Melbourne Fair, which prompted a complaint to Ethnic-European support groups.

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THE MIKE WALSH SHOW HITS THE HIGH NOTES

There are good shows and great shows. On a Scale of 10 Likes, this impassioned Mike Walsh Broadcast hits the high notes. As always, rather than being a one-topic wonder, Mike Walsh, assisted by the show’s acclaimed broadcaster, Andrew Carrington-Hitchcock, cover a number of high-octane stories. Throughout the show, there are reaks to sound off about, well, you listen to yourself and don’t forget to throw your penn’worth in too. 

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BE AFRAID FOR THEY WALK AMONG US

Be afraid, be very afraid for they walk among us. There appears to be a never-ending chronicle of lurid stories about ‘Silicon Valley’ Big-Tech executives.
If these dodgy-dealers were habitual offenders on the local police force’s sex pest register there would be little cause for concern. What should be a matter of reflection is that many deviants now control mind-manipulating social media. It was recently pointed out by a Google whistleblower that Google now has the power to swing elections any which way it chooses.

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