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Right Choices

Submitted by Charles, Jan 24, 2012 10:37

I believe that any free nation (recognizing human liberties, and equality of the sexes) should ban all access to TV, Radio, Internet sights that promote an ideaology that not only disagree's with other's personal/private, political/religious views, but overreaches to the point to defacing the image of anyone who believes differently then the view they are pushing. Such actions (banning) is politically correct...because the (pushing of intolerant ideaology) is not freedom, it's intolerance supported by hate speech which promotes violence, and distruction of anyone, anything that doens't agree.

There are religious views that say, they are the only way. Some will preach it to you, and others will kill you if you disagree... I am speaking against those that would kill you because you don't agree, that type of thinking can not be excepted as anything other than what it is....muder in thought, then in action.

I am proud of Ofcom's decision...


Iranian political messages.

Submitted by Josue Griego, Jan 23, 2012 19:28

Boo hoo. Who wants to hear hate messages.Britain's Laws must be followed.


Britain Fighting Back

Submitted by Kristy Howard-Clark, Jan 23, 2012 15:27

I concur with the British on this one.


Press TV

Submitted by gary fouse, Jan 21, 2012 21:39

I guess that leaves George Galloway and Yvonne Ridley out of a job.


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