Saturday, March 28, 2009

Sex, lies & internet filters

While my first point grabbed your attention and my second is a compulsory part of modern life, it’s the third obscenity that is the controversial one; at this particular point in time.

Sex has always been around, we wouldn’t exist without it.

Lies were found to be useful in the Garden of Eden.

Internet filters, on the other hand, have yet to be proven a good or bad thing and more to the point, a connection to the ability to know the difference between good and evil. Now while no decent person would object to spam being ejected from our daily electronic discourse, those who would censor free speech are a scourge who camouflage themselves as purveyors of morality. I don’t know about you, but I think the Chinese governments’ track record of riding rough shot over their characterized google-ing ability and their you tubing, voyeuristic, human right is a travesty of international proportions.

Nothing said here breaches the stable datum of current thinking but if I venture to say, or comment upon Australia’s preoccupation with becoming the world’s most filtered consumers of digitalized porridge, then no doubt I would raise the hackles of many a social guardian. Never the less, thoughtful, law abiding and erect citizens of our great nation take heed; because if you go down to the woods today be sure of a big surprise, tomorrow a powerful elite of bureaucratic wolves will be in charge of you children’s future and there will be no governing them.

DON’T confuse a minority of sexual degenerates with the somewhat maligned, outspoken dissidents who, rightly or wrongly, criticize the dem-mock-rat-ically elected ruling class because in the end they maybe putting their freedoms on the line for your rights.