May 25th, 2004  

Topic: censorship?

What do you think about that?
May 25th, 2004  
Mark Conley
well i dont know much about the organization that put this on but heres another slant written in the sarcastic view:


Sounds like someone certainly went overboard...but without seeing the actual poem, or the posters its kind of hard to say what the kids were guilty of.

But in this case...it cant be total censorship. The story got out and is being reported.
May 25th, 2004  
Hey you can say whatever you want, but the higher ups can try to block others from hearing it.
May 25th, 2004  

Sounds as if there were problems with the class long before the "Revolution X" poem was read. Two adults disagreeing and using children as the ammo in their war, IMO.
May 25th, 2004  

Topic: Re: censorship?

Originally Posted by Pollux
If it's true, it's up. But it's only one side of the story. The second link is based on the first, so it doesn't add anything new.
Every democracy has to hear all opinions. If an opinion is really useless or stupid (I mean KKK-stupidÖ), the rest of the people will see that and disregard the message. Donít ever tell a party to keep his/her opinion to him(her)self, because that would mean people canít learn whatís wrong with those opinions.