I think the thing that has scared me most out of all the debates on here lately is the immediate knee-jerk reaction to ban or boycott information that people don’t agree with. We’ve even had suggestions that books should be burnt. A favourite Nazi game.
Now, if you diagree with something and ahve no wish to view it then fine, but you can then legitiamtely say that it should be banned because you don’t like it - as essentially that is free speech for you but not the person you disagree with.
Where do you draw the line?
Do you burn Marx’s Das Capital and the Communist Manifesto becasue you live in a capitalist country?
Considering some of the derogatory comments addressed towards female emancipation and the freedom of sexual empowerment amongst other things, I expect “The Female Eunuch”
is on the hit list.
Don’t forget that nasty terrorist manual ‘The Koran’, while you’re at it.
You can add it to the fire with the nasty Harry Potter books that the Southern Baptists love so much.
Essentially, it comes down to this for me, if you have a reason for something state the reason, not: That Michael Moore is a whiny liberal asshole and should have his funding pulled.