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Taking Liberties. By Louis P. Burns aka Lugh © 2008.

Posted: Mon May 19, 2008 6:31 pm
by Louis P. Burns aka Lugh
Taking Liberties
By Louis P. Burns aka Lugh © 2008. All rights reserved.

In post number 3 of this thread I wrote:


Lugh wrote:* I spoke out against these barbaric savages beating children and whoever that person is doing the voiceover and compared their hatred to the hatred they enforced on many people living in Northern Ireland during the Troubles. Please note, you may have to open a YouTube account and verify you are over 18 years old.

I'm now concerned that under sweeping changes in British/UK law rushed through today, that I may be guilty of the crime of discrimination towards British service personnel. Am I? If I addressed or argued with some bloke dressed in his military fatigues about the savage attack mentioned above. Could I be arrested?

Michael Evans, Defence Editor - Times Online wrote:legislation is also to be introduced to make it a criminal offence to discriminate against military personnel in Service dress or combat fatigues.

Source = http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/u ... 962535.ece

Please don't dismiss this out-of-hand. I'm serious. Are the British/UK government, the House of Lords and the Ministry of Defence (MoD) suggesting that if someone finds or picks fault in the armed services they could now either be fined or given a custodial prison sentence?

Isn't that a severe form of censorship and breach of people's freedom of speech. Isn't it also in violation of their liberty under Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?

The British/UK government, the Law Lords and the MoD are TAKING LIBERTIES..!

Taking Liberties...

Posted: Mon May 26, 2008 5:54 pm
by Louis P. Burns aka Lugh
Taking Liberties

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Re: A very last resource

Posted: Sun Nov 23, 2008 3:34 pm
by Louis P. Burns aka Lugh
Salvador Oria wrote:We're used to watch the performance of these 'tactics' in Argentina, and it is perhaps the deep knowledge we've learnt about our rulers' foul play that 'my humble opinion' should I've rather given its true name, i.e. Dreadful Experience Of A Common Citizen.

Cheers :P


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRzeCaJTWp4

any comments Salvador?

:wink:

Re: Defining Censorship...

Posted: Mon Nov 24, 2008 2:23 pm
by Salvador Oria
An insane, assasin, ex-police officer on one hand and a stupid clown on the other. He died as he deserved to die. No one, except his wife and children, will shed a tear for him.

The TV channel that put his suicide live on the air was sanctioned for doing so during a 'children protection' time of the day (07:00 to 22:00).

I don't think this could be regarded as undue censorship. The channel could have released the news - commenting it 'in off' - without showing the actual shocking images.

Re: Defining Censorship...

Posted: Mon Nov 24, 2008 10:02 pm
by Louis P. Burns aka Lugh
Salvador Oria wrote:An insane, assasin, ex-police officer on one hand and a stupid clown on the other. He died as he deserved to die. No one, except his wife and children, will shed a tear for him.

The TV channel that put his suicide live on the air was sanctioned for doing so during a 'children protection' time of the day (07:00 to 22:00).

I don't think this could be regarded as undue censorship. The channel could have released the news - commenting it 'in off' - without showing the actual shocking images.


I agree but, couldn't it be contested that all the victims still alive had a right to witness the only justice this parasite would ever truly face? Just my thoughts for what they're worth.