Julia Middleton On Freedom Of Speech

Tuesday, 7 July 2009

There's always a 'but'...



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'Freedom to fabricate?'

That would be 'using imagination,' or 'joining the dots,' or 'putting it all together,' I suppose.

7 July 2009 at 07:50
John M Ward said...

This seems to be a case of Newspeak — ounds plausible, but is in reality an attempt to divert attention from the "realfacts" to "goodfacts" (see the Babylon 5 episode "Deconstruction of Falling Stars").

7 July 2009 at 13:25
Anonymous said...

Ummm Freedom of speech is fine but they're fighting hard against freedom to fabricate. Sounds like what she really means is "you can say what you like as long as we agree with what you say".

Well, I have news for you Ms Middleton, I intend to live my life being free no matter what you say or do.

15 July 2009 at 09:29