11 July 2010

Internet Censorship - No music for Australia

The effects of internet censorship are REAL and IN FORCE today.

The government 'claims' it needs to censor the internet from predators, and throws out words like CHILD PORNORGRAPHY, to entice the public to follow it's lead, as who would DARE oppose this when child pornography is at stake.

The truth could NOT be further from reality. This whole censorship has NOTHING to do with child pornography, as examples like China show that it's really about FREE SPEECH.

An example shown in this illustration show that if someone in Australia wants to listen or watch Ke$ha (Kesha) - Your love is my drug, they are NOT allowed.

This has NOTHING to do with CHILD PORN, as purpoted by the government.

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