Thursday, 25 July 2013
"New Internet Troll Law For Jersey - Will It Continue To Protect Jon Haworth?"
"Why Do We Need A Law?
& Why Are There Blogs?
The J.E.P says "Ministers back new law to allow action against online bullies" yet the J.E.P, Channel TV and BBC Jersey all allow multi avatar trolling from the same inadequate halfwit, Jon Haworth.
Isn't that just a touch hypocritical?
Well actually, no, when Jon spews his bile in favour of the establishment party, its just fine. Given that JEP, BBC Jersey and Channel TV all do the same, we begin to wonder just what the real motive is behind this latest move.
If any of the State Media reported honestly and openly,
would this alleged law even be necessary?
Would there even be any bloggers if the State Media did their job properly?
I think it is fair to say (especially in Jersey) that most corruption and criminality these days stems from government, and because the State Media have failed to investigate and report the truth, we have seen the emergence of blog after blog.
It is plain as a pikestaff, the reason why this new law is being thrown together, we know its to try and gag citizens media. They don't want the unsuspecting public getting wind of the utter criminality government is engaging in.
As each day passes, the people are waking up to the oppression's that government have held them in servitude with for so long. Governments all over the world are beginning to lose their grip on their power over the people, and they don't like it.
Now ask yourselves this....
Why would people like myself, Stuart, VFC, Rico, Trevor, TJW, Cyril, Mike, or any other blogger for that matter, waste our time and our lives blogging?
Could it just possibly be that we want a fairer, freer, happier and more equal world for ourselves and our fellow human beings without the tyranny of government trying to steal everything we own from us.
And that we have the courage to follow that dream to its conclusion.
"That which I hold dear, I will defend to the last.
No matter the odds or the consequences."