Friday, 19 June 2009

the worst thing about censorship is


Bastard

16 comments:

Custard said...

Trial by no jury will ensure that THEIR justice will be done.

Ampers said...

They have been bringing in Corpus Juris in dribs and drabs for over a decade.

Constantly Furious said...

Here's ## #### on the #########.
Why not ##### ## ###?

Anonymous said...

"Trial by no jury will ensure that THEIR justice will be done."

Nope, no trial - just top the bastards.

Fausty said...

Yeah. A personalised gift from GOT to each of them.

Anonymous said...

What is the meaning of 'redacted'? It isn't in my Pocket Oxford Dictionary. Is it just one of those trendy new American words that journos like and then forget about (remember semiotics?). Redacted certainly sounds better than 'deleted' or 'censored' or 'criminal' or even 'lying twisted thieving ratbags'.
DZ

JD said...

redact |riˈdakt|
verb [ trans. ] rare
edit (text) for publication.

i.e censored. jd.

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Lempit O'Prick said...

Anyone seen my wig?

TheBigYin said...

Wordweb Says about Redacted:

Prepare for publication or presentation by correcting, revising, or adapting

The Penguin said...

Fucking millions were spent "redacting" this shit, which is all cockcheese anyway as the Telegraph are knocking it out in full.

The Penguin

The Economic Voice said...

Custard said "Trial by no jury will ensure that THEIR justice will be done."......wells said...let them have a taste of their own medicine

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, trial by no jury means that we will get their (in)justice

Anonymous said...

Thanks people, but, arrgghhhh! I should of checked my French dictionary first (redact sounds French, and I am in a francophone country) because there it is as large as life: Rédacteur (sub-editor) and Rédaction (editorial board).
DZ

Dave H said...

Just when you think these fuckwits have gone as low as they can, they always manage to sink a bit more.

The next election has to be held on or before 3 June 2010.

Can the country really hold on for 349 days?

Newgates Knocker said...

Even if there was a General Election tomorrow. We would only have a choice of more of the same. I wish people would get angry,really, really angry,but when I talk to people they just don't know whats going on and worse they don't even fucking understand or care!!!

Taranis said...

What's wrong with not understanding and not caring? It's what the Government has been doing for decades.

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