Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Censorship rears its ugly face (and butterz body) again

We've been here before. The Good Ship Censor has reared its ugly head again. We may be sounding like a broken record cassette CD MP3 record (because, like, downloading music is, like, so, like, mainstream), but Censorship is a major issue in all of society. Indeed, the UN have put it in the Rights Of A Child the school so dearly loves, with Article 17 (Access to information; mass media), which states that "Children have the right to get information that is important to their health and well-being. Governments should encourage mass media – radio, television, newspapers and Internet content sources".

So, why are we moaning about this for the one millionth time, in particular? Well, just look below:

Seems like we'll have to study Level 2 Catering BTEC in the Ecuadorian Embassy
Yes, the school, in their infinite wisdom have decided to block Wikipedia, the world's most renowned online encyclopedia, because of a page that pertains to our existence, their worst enemy and most hated foe.

What really gets us is the fact that we are linked to their Wikipedia page, we are, as two entities, existentially linked to one another, whether they like it or not. This is just them proving to us once more how narrow-minded, self-centred, egotistical, hypersensitive, can't-take-criticism-so-buries-their-head-in-the-sand-with-their-fingers-in-their-ears-shouting-lalala and frankly censorious they are. We hear that Kim Jong Un is taking his father and has become (Kim Jong) ill, We fully suspect the Head will be vying for the vacancy.

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