Yes, Dear. That’s What We’re Afraid Of…

In Liverpool, through our ongoing campaigns to ban the Sun and win justice for the 96 who died at Hillsborough, we are reimagining the kind of community and society that we want to live in, and we are collectively working together to make this a reality.

It would appear you want a society where your word is law, and if you decide a person or company providing a service is persona non grata, then they are to be tun out of town and out of business.

I guess you’ve found a natural home in Corbyn’s Labour Party…

Politics is about so much more than the Westminster bubble, news rooms and stale traditions. Politics is everywhere – in our classrooms, workplaces and communities – and it involves everyone. When people experience injustice in their lives, as many in Liverpool have done, we need political institutions that can reach out and support grassroots campaigns which have the power to engage people of all ages, identities and background and unite them around common causes.

Such as censorship, for their own good.

We want our festival to be a home for anyone who wants to be part of creating a fairer and more just society which is run in the interests of the many.

Apart from the many that might prefer to choose their own reading material over their morning cornflakes, that it…

That’s why excluding Sun reporters isn’t censorship or an attack on freedom of press – it is an act of solidarity with Liverpool activists, campaigns and the wider community at large.

Keep telling yourself that, love. No-one’s fooled.

5 comments for “Yes, Dear. That’s What We’re Afraid Of…

  1. Ed P
    September 26, 2018 at 10:26 am

    The World Transformed, or TWaT for short, are seemingly engaging in the double-think (or cognitive dissonance) beloved by Labour.
    War is Peace, etc., etc.

  2. Penseivat
    September 26, 2018 at 2:47 pm

    Ah, Liverpool. The land of eternal grievance, victimhood, and compensation claims. The city in which the word “Liver” has two pronunciations, every man is a natural comedian (I remember how that funny man Hatton made us all laugh with his running of the place), and an airport named after John Lennon because it was the first place he headed for when he started making money.
    If I was the owner of The Sun newspaper, I would insist that the place be described as “some shitty place in the north west” or be ignored completely.

  3. Voice of Reason
    September 26, 2018 at 4:21 pm

    I wondered if ‘ban the Sun’ meant living in the dark.

  4. Errol
    September 26, 2018 at 4:46 pm

    We’re for the people, we want a fair society, we want every voice to be heard yadda yadda.

    We are for the people – just those who agree with us
    We want a fair society – where if you work we’re steal from you
    We want every voice to be heard – except those we disagree with

    Same old tired lies. Same Lefty rhetoric. same utter manure.

  5. Pcar
    September 26, 2018 at 10:20 pm

    We want our festival to be a home for anyone who wants to be part of creating a fairer and more just society which is run in the interests of the many.

    Let’s try this:
    “As a M-F TG I believe a fairer and more just society would be one where state legalised theft of one’s money would not be welcome and a bare minimum tolerated – 20% max. Will I be welcome?”

    What do you think?

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